What we're about

The purpose of this JUG is to provide a forum to share ideas, discuss and to promote Java and JVM. Anybody with an interest in Java & JVM is encouraged to join. We meet once a month. The meetings will include tech talks, workshops, code jams on various topics related to Java. Come, connect and collaborate at the BOJUG home page, the mailing list, slack and facebook and be a part of something awesome
We are a group of Java JVM developers in Bangalore, engineers (to say the least) we hope to create a thriving Java community in Bangalore. Java being open sourced is easily one of the greatest piece of news in recent memory for us developers. Now, Java will be adopted even more widely than it was. Part of being open source means to build communities. Communities of developers, users, experts and beginners, which are needed for the greater adoption of Java. These communities are the life-line of any open source product, and as users, it is our responsibility to strengthen Java's life-line.

Upcoming events (3)

[Online] Typesense - An easier, faster, open source alternative to Elasticsearch

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For the longest time ElasticSearch and Solr were the primary options available to developers to build onsite and in-app search experiences. Elasticsearch and Solr are versatile and flexible software products for a variety of use-cases. However this flexibility comes at the cost of high ops overhead in production and a steep learning curve.

This talk introduces a modern, in-memory, easier-to-use alternative to Elasticsearch and Solr, that optimizes for instant search-as-you-type performance, low operational overhead and developer productivity.

We’ll cover how Typesense differs from other search engines, what use-cases it's built for (and not) and give you a quick walk-through of how to build an instant-search experience with Typesense and its UI adapters, using a public 2M recipes dataset.

Speaker - Jason Bosco
Jason Bosco is Co-founder of Typesense, based out of Houston. Previously, he was VP of Technology at Verishop, a multi-category e-commerce store where he headed the Engineering, Product and Design teams. Before that, Jason was VP of Engineering and 2nd Engineer at Dollar Shave Club, a men's grooming subscription service, where he headed the Frontend, Backend, Infrastructure, Data and QA Engineering teams.

CodeCraft: Elevate Your Java Development Skills with Raja Master('s) class

In today's fast-paced software development landscape, the demand for high-quality code has never been greater. Join us for an immersive workshop, "CodeCraft: Elevate Your Java Development Skills with Raja's Quality Masterclass," where renowned expert Mr. Raja, known for his obsession with code quality, will guide you on a transformative journey.

The goal of this workshop is to dispel the misconception that quality code is time-consuming, and instead, demonstrate how it can make you twice as productive. Throughout the workshop, Mr. Raja will share his insights, best practices, and tools that will empower you to significantly enhance your daily development work.

During the workshop, you will delve into various aspects of Java development, exploring techniques to improve code readability, maintainability, and efficiency. You will learn how to leverage a series of cutting-edge tools and frameworks that streamline code analysis, debugging, and testing processes. Through hands-on exercises and real-world examples, you will gain practical experience and develop a keen eye for identifying and rectifying code quality issues.

By the end of this masterclass, you will leave with a comprehensive set of skills and knowledge to produce high-quality Java code consistently. Embrace the transformative power of code quality, and embark on a journey that will revolutionize your development practices, making you a sought-after Quality Java Developer. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the best and take your Java skills to new heights.

Modulo: Unraveling Spring Boot Microservices by Sathish Kumar Thiyagarajan

Microsoft Reactor Bengaluru

Software development today is witnessing a fierce battle between Microservices and Monoliths, with passionate advocates on both sides. However, amidst this contentious debate, the impact on software development itself often gets overshadowed. Join us for a hands-on workshop, "Modulo: Unraveling Microservices on the Cloud," conducted by industry expert Sathish Kumar Thiyagarajan, as we explore the intricacies of this ongoing paradigm shift.

The goal of this workshop is to provide a deeper understanding of Microservices and their deployment on the cloud. We will navigate beyond the compulsion-driven decision-making and instead focus on the logical reasons behind adopting Microservices. Throughout the workshop, you will gain practical insights and discover the transformative potential of Microservices in software development.

During the workshop, we will embark on a journey to build, test, and deploy Microservices into the cloud. You will learn how to design and develop scalable and loosely coupled services that enable flexibility and resilience. By leveraging industry-leading tools and frameworks, we will unravel the entire development and deployment process, demystifying the complexities along the way.

Through hands-on exercises and real-world examples, you will witness firsthand the benefits and challenges of Microservices. You will acquire the necessary skills to architect Microservice-based systems, harness the power of containerization, and orchestrate services in the cloud environment. This workshop will empower you to make informed decisions regarding Microservices and equip you with the knowledge to embrace this architectural approach effectively.

Join us for "Modulo: Unraveling Microservices on the Cloud" and gain a comprehensive understanding of Microservice principles, enabling you to leverage their potential in your software development endeavors. Expand your horizons, bridge the divide, and embark on a journey that will revolutionize your approach to building scalable and resilient systems.

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