The New York City Java Meetup Group

This is a social networking group for NYC area Java developers, managers, recruiters, basically anyone with an interest in Java technologies. We feature technical presentations (round table demos from anyone) depending on the meeting location. Feel free to bring a presentation, a demo, flyers, make an announcement or ask questions. We usually adjourn to a nearby bar afterwards.

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Past events

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    28-29 Jan 2013 in New York, United States

    Thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!! If you have a location or would like to speak - please email the organizers! Note: meetings generally meet 3rd Mondays but are subject to change! Currently this is a place holder for all future meetings.

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    15-16 Oct 2012 in New York, United States

    Thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!! If you have a location or would like to speak - please email the organizersNOTE: Tentative schedule is every 3rd Monday - subject to change to accomodate location, speakers.

  • Yearly JavaOne Recap + Finding and Solving Java Deadlocks Lab w/Dr Heinz Kabutz

    10-11 Oct 2012 in New York, United States

    A Special Meetup:JavaOne 2012 Recap (1 hour)networking break - refreshmentsa special hands-on lab: Finding and Solving Java Deadlocks Workshopwith Dr Heinz Kabutz! (you must bring your laptop!)more details coming soon!note: if you are coming to JavaOne - please contact organizers for special JUG events at J1 and for those still interested there's still a JUG member discount (J1 is also free for students)

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    20-21 Aug 2012 in New York, United States

    Thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!! If you have a location or would like to speak - please email the organizersNOTE: Tentative schedule is every 3rd Monday - subject to change to accomodate location, speakers.

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    16-17 Jul 2012 in New York, United States

    Thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!! If you have a location or would like to speak - please email the organizersNOTE: Tentative schedule is every 3rd Monday - subject to change to accomodate location, speakers.

  • June Java Meetup

    18-19 Jun 2012 in New York, United States

    Here's our speakers this month (so far that is - you too can still add a short talk if there's time):Chengpu Wang will speak on "Type Expressiveness and Its Application in Separation of Behavior Programming and Data Management Programming"Staffan Friberg, from Oracle's  Java Platform Group, will be talking about G1, which Oracle just released (7u4) and will talk a bit about when and why to use G1.A special thanks to our location sponsor: http:// | Space-4-Work.com

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    21-22 May 2012 in New York, United States

    Thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!! If you have a location or would like to speak - please email the organizersNOTE: Tentative schedule is every 3rd Monday - subject to change to accomodate location, speakers.

  • Monthly Java Meetup resumes

    16-17 Apr 2012 in New York, United States

    The meetings will soon resume - thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers!!details forthcoming - meetings will resume monthly the third Mondays!

  • Monthly Java Meetup resumes

    9-10 Apr 2012 in New York, United States

    The meetings will resume - thanks to location sponsorship offers and speakers.- details forthcoming

  • JavaOne 2011 Recap + JSE Embedded Development

    31 Oct-1 Nov 2011 in , United States

    Several of us (led by Timothy Fagan who represented the group at J1 2011) will give a recap of all of the highlights of this years JavaOne conference in SF.We also have a special guest speaker, Jim Conners from Oracle who will reprise a presentation based on a hands on lab he gave at JavaOne:Java SE Embedded Development Made EasyAbstract

  • April NYC Java Meetup

    18-19 Apr 2011 in New York, United States

    Featured Speaker: Justin Lee, Member of the GlassFish and Grizzly teams, Oracle.Building Websockets Applications with GlassFish and GrizzlyJustin has been an active Java developer since 1996. He has worked on projects ranging from Web applications to systems integration. He has spoken internationally and at local user groups and is an active member of the open source community.

  • February NYC Java Meetup

    21-22 Feb 2011 in New York, United States

    Intro Speaker: Timothy Fagan on Java Best PracticesFeatured Speaker: Reza Rahman, Author, EJB 3 in Action; Member, Java EE 6 and EJB 3.1 expert groupsTopic: Effective Caching Across Enterprise Application TiersIncreasingly, caching challenges span multiple tiers within the enterprise. Architects and developers are discovering cache and clustering settings are crucial to understanding the life cycle of scalable critical components.

  • Monthly Java Meetup: Java IDE Smackdown, Java Questions Challenge

    19-20 Jul 2010 in New York, United States

    Intro Speaker: Timothy Fagan ongoing series on Java Best Practices (part 4)Featured Topics:Java IDE Smackdown: Eclipse vs Intelli-J vs NetbeansJava Questions Challenge: studying for interviews or SCJP?Win some door prized as we go over some challenging Java questions.Featuring Dario, Tim, Michael Mellinger and additional speakers tba soon (we need a Netbeans developer!)Refreshment Sponsor: TBA (here's your chance to promote your services/company

  • Monthly Java Meetup - moved to June 14 and June 16 special event

    21-22 Jun 2010 in New York, United States

    Please RSVP for the special Java Bus Tour events on June 14 and June 16 - the third monday monthly meetings will resume in July!thanks! see you on June 14 and/or June 16 for the special "Endless Summer" Java Road trip stop in NYCfree refreshments, beer, door prizes and rides courtesy of Oracle.

  • Java Bus Tour Encore - Wed Jun16 2010!

    16-17 Jun 2010 in New York, United States

    A special stop on the nationwide Java Bus Tour!Topic: Java Road Trip: Code to Coastfree refreshments and beer before and after the meeting starting at 6:30pmFeatured Speaker: Octavian Tanase, vice president, Java platforms group! 7:30-8:30There will be a technology demo showcase.There will be rides, including a ride on the Java Bus!Special thanks to the refreshment and location and door prizes sponsor: Oracle!

  • Monthly Java Meetup: Special Java Bus Tour Stop!

    14-15 Jun 2010 in New York, United States

    A special stop on the nationwide Java Bus Tour!Intro Speaker: Timothy Fagan ongoing series on Java Best PracticesTopic: Java Road Trip: Code to CoastFeatured Speaker: Octavian Tanase, vice president, Java platforms group!There will be a technology demo showcase.Additional details forthcomingSpecial thanks to the refreshment and location and door prizes sponsor: Oracle!

  • Rescheduled April Java Meetup - Joint meeting with NYC-GTUG

    13-14 May 2010 in New York, United States

    Featured Speaker: (remotely from CA) Stephen Ng (and Noel Yap)Topic: Android Development and Testing: an unauthorized guide to some unorthodox techniques.The primary development language for Android is Java, which means you get to write mobile apps in a familiar language with great IDE support. But because Android runs on a custom (Dalvik) VM, writing tests that run quickly and locally can be a challenge.

  • Monthly Java Meetup

    19-20 Apr 2010 in New York, United States

    Intro Speaker: Timothy Fagan ongoing series on Java Best PracticesFeatured Speaker: TBARefreshment Sponsor: TBALocation: special thanks to Oracle!

  • March NYC Java Meetup

    15-16 Mar 2010 in New York, United States

    Intro speaker: Timothy Fagan: Java Best Practices Part 3Featured speaker to be announcedlocation sponsor: Oracle (same Sun location)door prizes will resume and we'll be having a refreshments sponsor! - details forthcoming

  • Monthly NYC Java Meetup

    15-16 Feb 2010 in New York, United States

    - Back to Third Mondays -6:30pm Java Best Practices Part 2 - Timothy Fagan7:30pm special guest speaker TBAstay tuned, more door prizesthanks to Sun/Oracle for the meeting location.

  • January Monthly NYC Java Meetup

    18-19 Jan 2010 in New York, United States

    THird Mondays monthly mEetup!special guest TBA

  • December Monthly NYC Java Meetup

    21-22 Dec 2009 in New York, United States

    It's another third Monday, so it's time for "Java Java..." details forthcoming there will be door prizes, refreshments special thanks to Sun Micosystems for hosting the location!

  • Monthly NYCJava meeting!

    16-17 Nov 2009 in New York, United States

    Monthly 3rd Monday Saga Continues! Special guests to be announced... Thanks to Sun for the location!

  • NYC Java Meetup: Dr Heinz Kabutz "Reflection Madness"

    21-22 Oct 2009 in New York, United States

    Topic: "Reflection Madness" "In this presentation, we will look at some advanced uses of reflection to delegate method calls automatically, to determine where we are being called from and to create new enum values dynamically for unit test purposes, including modifying the switch statements on-the-fly. We will look at how we can use the stack information to determine the class type in a static context.

  • NYC Java Meetup - September

    21-22 Sep 2009 in New York, United States

    Welcome back to Fall - we will be announcing the location soon - topics include announcing and kicking off new NYCJava.net study groups: SCJP 1.6 Plus, Java Mobile, and more.We'll have presentations on Java and Mobile (including Android).If you'd like to present (any length) or sponsor a location (for 75) or sponsor refreshments please let us know!

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