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Welcome to the Detroit Java User Group!

The Detroit Java User Group brings together members of the Metro Detroit software development community to share ideas, discuss industry advances and explore the use of Java, JVM based technologies, development methodologies and practices.

Our members are a community of inquiring individuals seeking first hand, practical exposure to code, best practices, tools and cutting-edge solutions. We meet regularly in the Metro Detroit area to network, attend quality technical presentations and to support the education of Software Engineering in general, and the use of Java and related technologies in particular. Meetings are free and open to the public.

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Upcoming events (1)

April DJUG: High Performance Java


The April DJUG meeting will be at WeWork in Campus Martius, centrally located in downtown Detroit at 1001 Woodward Avenue. Meet on the 5th floor. Speaker Topic: In the keynote presentation, Azul Sales Engineer Paul Nauman will explore how you can make your Java applications start up fast, stay fast and run even faster. He’ll use real workloads and show how you can solve common Java performance problems and improve performance without changing a line of code. Speaker Bio: The speaker for this meeting is Paul Nauman, coming in from the Chicago area. Paul is a Sales Engineer for Azul Systems, helping Azul’s customers validate Azul’s products in their environments and maximize value from their use. Paul was previously a JVM engineer at Oracle and a Telecom Architect at Sun Microsystems before that. Paul has presented talks on JVM Internals at JavaOne and regularly attends several JUGs in the central US. In his free time Paul enjoys reading philosophy and theology, and traveling with his family. Rundown: 6:30pm - Doors open. Pizza, beverages, and networking. 7:00pm - Opening Remarks, Industry News, Peer Review, and Jobs in Java. 7:10pm - Main presentation (60 mins approx. with Q&A) 8:30pm - Lights out.

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March DJUG: Fast Big Data made Easy


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