What we're about

The Atlanta Java Users Group (AJUG) is organized by Java Developers for Java Developers in order to:

Provide a forum for exchanging information and for brainstorming with other developers on how to successfully implement new Java solutions.

Deliver monthly technical presentations on the latest Java/JVM technologies.

Support the needs of both newbies and experts through related Study Groups targeted at Java Certification and Java-OO architectural issues.

Promote the advantages of Java as a development and deployment environment to the business and educational communities.

While our focus is around Java and the JVM, we also cover a wide variety of other related topics such as Agile development methodologies, mobile and client-side software development frameworks and tools.

Our website: http://www.ajug.org

How to join?

There are currently no dues or other formal requirements for joining AJUG. Simply join this Meetup group and start attending our meetings.

About Our Meetings

AJUG meets generally on the third Tuesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the Perimeter area:

Roam Interactive Workspaces
1155 Mount Vernon Highway, Atlanta, GA

Our meetings emphasize high-quality technical content and we encourage interaction among attendees.

From 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, we usually have a pre-meeting hangout at a local Pub before the meeting starts officially at 7:00 PM:

the Royal Oak Pub next to the venue, so come early, hang out, have some food & drink, then head over to the venue for the main event!

Annual DevNexus Developer Conference

The Atlanta Java Users Group also organizes the annual DevNexus developer conference. For more information see: http://www.devnexus.com

Upcoming events (1)

Online Meeting - Reactive Relational Database Connectivity with R2DBC

https://zoom.us/j/94545002801 Abstract: More and more projects are taking advantage of reactive programming. A key discovery is that the entire stack must be reactive. Reactive Relational Database Connectivity (R2DBC) is the new standard that brings full reactive support to SQL-based database systems. Discover why R2DBC is becoming the Java community's favorite mechanism for merging the most popular database engines with functional, reactive applications. Bio: Greg Turnquist - As a test-bitten script junky, Greg works on the Spring team as a principal developer at VMware. He is a committer to Spring HATEOAS, Spring Data, Spring Boot, R2DBC, and Spring Session for MongoDB. He also wrote Hacking with Spring Boot 2.3: Reactive Edition. He founded the Nashville JUG in 2010 and hasn't met a Java app (yet) he doesn't like. https://zoom.us/j/94545002801

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