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Java User Group Scotland

Java User Group Scotland (United Kingdom)

JUGS is the Java User Group Scotland. We are mostly located in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland. We hold monthly meetings, alternating between purely social events and talk/presentation driven meetings to discuss a variety of Java related topics and technologies.

Andrew Williams

Contact:
Andrew Williams

TnJUG

Tunisian Java User Group (Tunisia)

Founded in 2009, the Tunisian Java Users Group consists of business partners, application architects, technical managers, software developers, teachers, students, and new media developers that have a common passion in all aspects of Java Technology.

Maher Jendoubi

Contact:
Maher Jendoubi

JUGS

Java User Group Switzerland (Switzerland)

JUGS aims at promoting the application of Java technology in Switzerland. JUGS facilitates the sharing of experience and information among its members. This is accomplished through talks, workshops, seminars and conferences. JUGS also encourages the cooperation between commercial organizations and research institutions. JUGS is a special interest group of the Swiss Informatics Society (SI). We are funded mainly through sponsorships and by collecting a (modest) membership registration fee.


Contact:
Matthias Stutz

JUGL

Java User Group Lausanne (Switzerland)

The JUGL gathers Java users located in Western Switzerland. It was founded at EPFL in June 2007 and is now fastly growing. JUGL members gathers on a monthly basis for technical sessions followed by  live discussions and beers.

Cédric Tabin

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Cédric Tabin

JUG Lugano

Java User Group Lugano (Switzerland)

The Java User Group Lugano is a group of enthusiasts of the Java programming language and of all the Open Source technologies surrounding it. JUG Lugano is a non-profit organization based in wonderful Lugano, southern Switzerland. The aim of the JUG Lugano is to provide software engineers active on Java and related open source technologies with a common place to meet in person, share knowledge and experiences, seek advice, and establish a professional and personal network. Contents at JUG Lugano is welcome both in Italian and English

Sebastiano Cobianco

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Sebastiano Cobianco

JUGR

Java User Group Graubünden (Switzerland)
The Java User Group Graubünden JUGR aims to provide a platform for all Java enthusiasts to share knowledge, network, exchange ideas and help each other in order to strengthen the Java community in Graubünden. We encourage anybody from beginner to expert interested in Java, related technologies and our community to join us.

Corsin Capol

Contact:
Corsin Capol

javaHispano

javaHispano (Spain)

Sergi Almar i Graupera

Contact:
Sergi Almar i Graupera

Javasvet

Javasvet (Serbia)

JavaSvet is a first Java community in Serbia with over 1000 members. Founded in 2005 with the goal to gather and share Java knowledge among Java developers, experts and enthusiasts, to organize Java events and to become a leading knowledge & technology center in this area. We would like to connect with all relevant know-how centers and to bring much bigger attention for Java in our region.

Nemanja Kostic

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Nemanja Kostic

JUG.RU

JUG.RU (Russia)

JUG.RU was founded in 2000 in St.Petersburg, Russia. We are organizing meetings with the most professional software developers.

Yakov Sirotkin

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Yakov Sirotkin

Transylvania JUG

Transylvania Java User Group (Romania)

Transylvania JUG is a community for all Java enthusiasts in Transylvania. We are new but already have 94 members in our google group. Our main objectives are exchange of java knowledge between members and keeping in touch with latest java technologies/frameworks.

Gabriel Pop

Contact:
Gabriel Pop

 Warszawa JUG

Warszawa Java User Group (Poland)

The Warszawa JUG is a group of enthusiastic and extremely active java developers, architects and affiliates from Warszawa and nearby. It's been almost 2 years since they've been meeting every 2 weeks with 50-70 attendees. Having organized 3 conferences - Javarsovia 2007, 2008 and Warsjava 2007 the group found its place in Polish Java and open source community.

Our meetings tend to be code-oriented with very short presentations and longer live development followed by a longish yet comprehensible discussion. All events organised by the Warszawa JUG are open and free of charge to everyone.

Jacek Laskowski

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Jacek Laskowski

PJUG

Polish Java User Group (Poland)

Polish JUG has started in 1999. Since that time we organized couple conferences about Java. The main region of the group activity is Krakow, however we started to cooperate with other JUGs inside and outside Poland. Right now we are relaunching regular monthly JUG meetings.

Grzegorz Duda

Contact:
Grzegorz Duda

JUG Macedonia

Java User Group Macedonia

The Java User Group Macedonia (JUGMK) aims to promote the usage and the overall awareness of Java technology in the Macedonian IT society. It is mostly a community-driven group, formally organized as a Non-governmental Organization (NGO) with defined structural and financial processes. JUGMK strives to become one of the main evangelist for Java technology and other open source technologies thriving in the Java development environment.

Ice Penov

Contact:
Ice Penov

YaJUG

Yet another Java User Group (Luxembourg)

Launched in 2006, YaJUG (Yet another Java User Group) promotes technologies, applications and methods related to Java, in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It has about 100 members and it organizes events every two months.

Anthoni Schiochet

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Anthoni Schiochet

JUGTrento

Java User Group Trento (Italy)

JUGTrento a group of Java passionate users.

Nicola Pedot

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Nicola Pedot

JUG Sardegna

Java User Group Sardegna (Italy)

The Java User Group Sardegna is a no-profit organization composed by sardinian users of the Java™ technologies.
Our activities are focused to promote the knowledge, the utilization and the diffusion of Java between users, professionals, sardinian companies and institutions.
The JUG Sardegna is one of the Top50 JUGs in the world and one of the 2006 Duke's Choice Award Winners.

Fabrizio Gianneschi

Contact:
Fabrizio Gianneschi

JUG Roma

Java User Group Roma (Italy)

The "Capital" Java User Group, born between the Coloseum and the ancient ruins of Rome, is one of the biggest JUGs in Italy. More than 700 members but all with the same passion!

Mara Marzocchi

Contact:
Mara Marzocchi

Ugo Landini

Contact:
Ugo Landini

JUG Milano

Java User Group Milano (Italy)

The Java User Group Milano is a group of fans of the Java programming language and of all the Open Source technologies surrounding it. We meet virtually on our mailing list and by person at our monthly meetings and we also maintain a wiki web site where you can find many interesting things related to Java. Of course most of the material is in Italian, but many of us understand English as well. So feel free to join us if you should come here and visit our beautiful country.

Marcello Teodori

Contact:
Marcello Teodori

JUG Genova

Java User Group Genova (Italy)

A small but quickly growing JUG located in Genova (Italy). We meet every two months to share experiences about Java, JVM-based languages (Scala, JRuby, Jython, Flex, etc) and development tools (Eclipse, Netbeans, Model Driven Engineering), and also organize special events such as last year Java IDE Day where gurus from the leading IDEs development teams discussed the latest developments and future of Java tools. Events are announced on JUGEvents.

Carlo Bonamico

Contact:
Carlo Bonamico

JUG Ancona

Java User Group Ancona (Italy)

The Java User Group Ancona is a group of fans of the Java programming language and of all the Open Source technologies surrounding it. The Java User Group Ancona is born to help Java people to share knowledge, information and experience. Its people are software developers of the Ancona and Marche (a little region from Italy) area (but not only), anybody interested to Java language and related technologies, and O.O. paradigm.

Francesco Paladino

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Francesco Paladino

JIA

Java Italian Association (Italy)

Java Italian Association has born in 11/12/1997 in front of a notary in Rome because of a group of Java technology lovers strong will. This no profit association, constituted of 66 founder members, is a mentor for Job and School. Through JIA, the members can also obtain a greater visibility for them and their possible companies, promoting their professionalism teaching Java courses or speeches, or writing articles or other social and cultural activities useful to the Java community.

Daniela Ruggeri

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Daniela Ruggeri

 BOJUG

Bangalore Open Java User Group (India)

Bangalore Open Java Users Group (BOJUG) is a Bangalore based Java User group with over 450 members. The JUG meets regularly every month which features talks by enthusiastic Java developers and users from Bangalore.

Amit Kumar Saha

Contact:
Amit Kumar Saha

Java User Group Stuttgart

Java User Group Stuttgart (Germany)

The Java User Group Stuttgart (JUGS) is one of the most active ones in Europe. It was established in 1997 as an independent, non-profit organization. We aim to provide a forum to practitioners and other people interested in Java in which to exchange information and experiences as well as to facilitate contacts to innovative businesses in the region. We have regular meetings with talks and discussions, occasionally bigger events on current OO technology (e.g. with Kent Beck und Peter Coad) and since 1998 the Java Forum Stuttgart (JFS).

Dr. Michael Paus

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Dr. Michael Paus

JUG Karlsruhe

Java User Group Karlsruhe (Germany)

The group puts on monthly meetings with short presentations and subsequent discussion about a variety of topics in the Java space. We offer an open forum for students and professional in the region around Karlsruhe.

Nikola Veber

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Nikola Veber

JUG Hamburg

Java User Group Hamburg (Germany)

Established local Java User Group in Hamburg/Germany with regular meetings. There are short lecturings, knowlegde exchange & friendship.

Björn Jensen

Contact:
Björn Jensen

ruhrJUG

Java User Group im Ruhrgebiet (Germany)

The ruhrjug was founded in 2008 and meets in the "Unperfekthaus" in the center of Essen in Germany's Ruhr area. We offer free talks and an "Open Monday" for all interested in Java and Open Source. Presentations are available on-line as videos on our web site.

Heiko Sippel

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Heiko Sippel

Rhein JUG

Java User Group Düsseldorf (Germany)

The rheinjug has grown to become the largest JUG in the Rhineland with over 1000 members on our mailing list, and it is still growing. Far more than 100 visitors attend our monthly meetings at the Heinrich Heine University where we offer - besides interesting presentations by well-known Java experts - a platform to meet other IT specialists, esp. during our popular (and free) after-parties. Presentations are available on-line as videos on our web site.

Heiko Sippel

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Heiko Sippel

JUGCologne

Java User Group Cologne (Germany)

The Java User Group Cologne is one of the most visible and most active JUGs in the world. It provides thrilling conferences with world-famous speakers to cutting-edge topics continuously. Additionally there is a regulars table in a typical Kölsch brew house every four weeks. The JUGC does not claim any fees for entries or memberships and was founded and is driven by Sun Java Champion and Community Leader Michael Hüttermann.

Michael Hüettermann

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Michael Hüettermann

JUG Berlin Brandenburg

Java User Group Berlin Brandenburg (Germany)

Local Java User Group in Berlin / Germany with regular meetings every month.

Ralph Bergmann

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Ralph Bergmann

Tours Jug

Tours Java User Group (France)

Tours JUG is a newly created JUG in the city of Tours, France. It organizes monthly meetings around Java Technologies. It aims at allowing local actors to meet and share their passion.

Christophe Jollivet

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Christophe Jollivet

Poitou-Charentes JUG

Poitou-Charentes Java USer Group (France)

Poitou-Charentes Java User Group organizes Java events in Poitiers, Niort, La Rochelle, Angouleme (France). Meetings are organized on a monthly basis, with one or two bigger annual events. Poitou-Charentes JUG office is homed at SERLI headquarters, Thomas Edison Avenue, Futuroscope Technopole, France. You can join us at

Orianne Tisseuil

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Orianne Tisseuil

Jérôme Petit

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Jérôme Petit

ParisJUG

Paris Java User Group (France)

The Paris JUG organizes a monthly meeting around Java technologies. Founded by Antonio Goncalves and David Dewalle it brings local parisian aficionados together to share their passion. We also welcome international speakers to discuss java-related topics.

Antonio Goncalves

Contact:
Antonio Goncalves

David Dewalle

Contact:
David Dewalle

Lorraine JUG

Lorraine Java User Group (France)

Lorraine JUG has just started since January 2009, it aims at gather users of Java technologies in Lorraine (eastern region of France). Hosted at ESIAL, a computer sciences engineering school, we want to create bridges between IT professionals and students by sharing experiences around Java.

Xavier Roy

Contact:
Xavier Roy

LyonJUG

Java User Group Lyon (France)

The Lyon JUG is a new born and no-profit organization composed by users of the Java technologies.
Our goal is to promote the knowledge, the new technologies and best practices of the Java environment between professionals and students.

Cédric Exbrayat

Contact:
Cédric Exbrayat


Co-Leaders Contact:
Julien Ripault
Laurent Gayet

Developpez.com JUG

Developpez.com Java User Group (France)

Developpez.com JUG is a french speaking online portal with forums, tutorials and blogs.

Contact:
Eric Siber


Co-Leaders Contact:
Vincent Brabant
Baptiste Wicht

BordeauxJUG

Bordeaux Java User Group (France)

BordeauxJUG is a recently created JUG where people from Bordeaux and the area meet each month, discussing on Java technologies, web development, development practices and Bordeaux wine :-)

Xavier Hanin

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Xavier Hanin

EGJUG

Egyptian Java User Group (Egypt)

Egyptian JUG is the top JUG in the Middle East and Africa, it has been founded at 2005. EGJUG has about 1200 member and simple website www.egjug.org.

Ahmed Hashim

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Ahmed Hashim

Eastern Europe JUG

Eastern Europe Java User Group

The Eastern Europe JUG is a community that unites Java lovers around the world, but has a particular focus on countries in the Eastern Europe. We make use of Confluence to share and spread our knowledge between members and anyone interested in learning Java and connected technologies.

Radu Andrei Tanasa

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Radu Andrei Tanasa

Danish Java User Group (Denmark)

The Danish Java User Group is meant to bring together danish java developers for sharing tips & tricks, starting projects and socializing.

Jimi Rønberg

Contact:
Jimi Rønberg

BGJUG

Bulgarian Java User Group (Bulgaria)

BGJUG stands for Bulgarian Java User Group. We are located in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. We have almost 160 members, already, and we organize monthly meetings to discuss different java-related topics.

Petar Tahchiev

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Petar Tahchiev

CZJUG

Czech Java User Group (Czech Republic)

Czech Java User Group (CZJUG) is an active user group regularly meeting in Prague at Czech technical University. JUG members benefit from many technical presentations, delivered both by Java luminaries as well as local community. Regular passionate beer discussions follow the meetings in pubs in the lovely city center of Prague.

Roman Strobl

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Roman Strobl

JUGS

SouJava (Brazil)

SouJava (The Brazilian Java Users Society) is a JUG that focuses on growing the Java community in Brazil. With over 18,000 members, SouJava provides extensive services for developers and organizes some of the largest Java events in the continent. The first-ever JUG to be a JCP member, SouJava has subsidiaries in five large cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio and Brasilia.

Leonardo Galvao

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Leonardo Galvao

PBJUG

Paraíba Java User Group (Brazil)

PBJUG is the Java User Group from Paraíba, Brazil. We have monthly meetings in João Pessoa and Campina Grande. Our mailing list has more than 1400 members and our events are coordinated by our three JUG co-leaders: Anderson Ledo, Maurício Linhares and Rodrigo Rebouças.

Rodrigo Rebouças

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Rodrigo Rebouças

JugIC

JugIC - Java User Group of the Institute of Computing at University of Campinas (Brazil)

The purpose of this JUG is to provide technical infrastructure to IC students. Our main activity is to host Java software required to accomplish the classes activities. We also host some mailing lists to spread some news and to hold some discussions, but we leave the technical discussions and events/presentations to bigger "general purpose" JUGs in our region, as SouJava.

Douglas José

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Douglas José

GUJavaSC

GUJavaSC (Brasil)

GUJavaSC is located in the south of Brazil, in a state called Santa Catarina (SC). We have almost 1.400 people subscribed in our mailing list and we are now working to improve our structure.

Bruno Ghisi

Contact:
Bruno Ghisi

ESJUG

Espírito Santo Java User Group (Brazil)

Founded in November 2004, ESJUG is the Java User Group for the Espírito Santo state in Brazil. It congregates about 300 people on its mailing list and promotes activities such as Java short courses, study groups, lectures and an annual Java meeting. To contact us, email .

Contact:
Victor Pinto
Paulo César Jeveaux

CEJUG

Ceará Java User Group (Brazil)

CEJUG is located in Fortaleza, Ceara with one of the most beautiful coast of the world, including SUN, all over the year. Almost thousand members discussing and using Java every day.

Felipe Gaucho

Contact:
Felipe Gaucho

eJUG

Enterprise Java User Group (Austria)

The Enterprise Java User Group Austria has set out to become an Austrian hub for sharing experience with the Java Enterprise Platform.
We are building a network of professional Java developers, offering frequent meetings and have renown speakers present latest topics on Java technologies.

Martin Ahrer

Contact:
Martin Ahrer

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