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 (https://bojug.dev.java.net/), the mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/bojug), slack (https://join.slack.com/t/bangalorejug/shared_invite/enQtNTAwMDU5OTE5NzY3LWEzYTY1NzRmNDgyZjJmMjcwN2QzMjJjZDExMmYyYzA0YjJjNTBjNDliZGMzZjIyNmQwMTU4YmRhMWRlZDBiNTg) and facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1018617618156273/?ref=bookmarks) 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.

Organizers:-

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Ranganath.S: Ranganath is a Functional programming enthusiast, Haskell newbie, codes on JVM with scala and Java on Distributed systems, Machine learning.

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Vaibhav Choudhary: Vaibhav works in Oracle (previously Sun) in Java Platforms Group. He is working in JDK for 10 years. His likes working in JVM, Optimization, GC, JIT

Upcoming events (3)

#AzureJavaDays - Building Java Applications on Azure

Online event

We are pleased to announce #AzureJavaDays is a two-day virtual community-led event organized and hosted by Microsoft Reactor Bangalore.

Bangalore Java User Group is a community partner for this event.
We invite the different Java User Groups across India (Delhi & NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune), the Server less communities, Container & Kubernetes communities in India for partnering with Bangalore JUG for this event.

We will explore how the Azure ecosystem can help Java developers build new applications or migrate existing applications on Azure. How is Azure helping the Java community expedite the learning curve, how can Azure help make it easy to learn and experiment with new technologies working in conjunction with Java.

#AzureJavaDays is a remote event so you can join from anywhere. In case this is your first time at an online conference, relax we will help you making it smooth ride.

* Call for Speakers Open - 12th April[masked]:00 AM to 03rd May[masked]:59 PM
* Call for Speakers (CfS) Submission - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfITxINuZUHzdaPPLs6U-1edSQ2O4v_7U7Yd84RCWE51jIr4g/viewform
* RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/microsoft-reactor-bengaluru/events/277518117/ for joining the event.

#AzureJavaDays - Building Java Applications on Azure

Online event

We are pleased to announce #AzureJavaDays is a two-day virtual community-led event organized and hosted by Microsoft Reactor Bangalore.

Bangalore Java User Group is a community partner for this event.
We invite the different Java User Groups across India (Delhi & NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune), the Server less communities, Container & Kubernetes communities in India for partnering with Bangalore JUG for this event.

We will explore how the Azure ecosystem can help Java developers build new applications or migrate existing applications on Azure. How is Azure helping the Java community expedite the learning curve, how can Azure help make it easy to learn and experiment with new technologies working in conjunction with Java.

#AzureJavaDays is a remote event so you can join from anywhere. In case this is your first time at an online conference, relax we will help you making it smooth ride.

* Call for Speakers Open - 12th April[masked]:00 AM to 03rd May[masked]:59 PM
* Call for Speakers (CfS) Submission - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfITxINuZUHzdaPPLs6U-1edSQ2O4v_7U7Yd84RCWE51jIr4g/viewform
* RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/microsoft-reactor-bengaluru/events/277518117/ for joining the event.

J4K 2021 - The best of JAVA on Kubernetes

Online event

J4K 2021(https://www.j4k.io/) - A Virtual Conference for Java Developers on Kubernetes is an industry leading conference that combines the best of open source and middleware communities for developing applications on Kubernetes.

The event is hosted in US Eastern Time

Containers and Kubernetes have been gaining serious traction in the market within the last year and organizations are now exploring and leveraging the benefits of hybrid and multi-cloud environments. We are at a convergence point where middleware and application services need to be made efficient to run on containers and Kubernetes.

This conference is targeted to developers and industry influencers of middleware and application services on Kubernetes.

Last year’s J4K conference(https://www.j4k.io/past-conferences) was a big in the US, India, Europe, South America and other countries around the world.

This year’s conference is going to be even more exciting. We have opted for a shorter, more compact, but packed with top-shelf content, bringing the best of JAVA on Kubernetes to the international community of developers, all in one day: June 9, 2021. It will still be virtual as things are still a bit uncertain with the COVID evolution. Let’s cross our fingers that by fall we will be able to meet all in person!

This year’s Keynote is Mark Little(https://www.j4k.io/mark-little) (Red Hat VP of Engineering) and we have a special guest: Astronaut Patrick Baudry(https://www.j4k.io/patrick-baudry) who flew on the Discovery Shuttle for a fireside conversation!

The event will be livestreamed on Whova(https://whova.com/portal/registration/jkmay_202105/), the platform chosen by the organizers.

So to be able to watch the conference, attendees have to register at the link above and watch from the web application (once you register you’re in on desktop) or the mobile app. (iPhone - https://apps.apple.com/us/app/whova-event-conference-app/id716979741 or Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.whova.event)

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5 Star Deployment for Java Applications

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