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OrlandoJUG - This month's Meeting Cancelled

Hello, OrlandoJUG! I'm going to cancel this month's meeting because I'll be in Portland for OSCON - the O'Reilly Open Source Conference.…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jul 11

OrlandoJUG - Got Java 8? March meeting Thursday!

Hello OrlandoJUG! This is a friendly reminder that our March 2014 meeting is happening day after tomorrow at DeVry U at 6PM. Come on out a…

Started by Michael Levin

4 Mar 28
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OrlandoJUG March Meeting

Hello OrlandoJUG! Here's the latest event posting for the March OJUG meeting. Please RSVP and spread the word. http://www.codetown.us/

Started by Michael Levin

0 Mar 3

OJUG January and February 2014

Hello OJUGGIES, Let's start with the Feb meeting since it features...Howard Lewis Ship! Join us for a Clojure talk by Tapestry author How…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jan 18

OrlandoJUG December - Meet up with SunJUG 12/11?

Hey, folks! The SunJUG is having a meeting 12/11 in Sarasota. Chris Schaefer is the organizer! If you don't know Chris, he just gave a pre…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Dec 3, 2013

OrlandoJUG 11/14 :: Intro to Spring Batch

Join us for an informative meeting on Spring Batch. In this presentation we will take a high level look at the Spring Batch project. This…

Started by Michael Levin

1 Nov 14, 2013
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October 2013 OJUG photo

Started by Michael Levin

0 Oct 31, 2013

OrlandoJUG ::: Open Spaces Meeting 4/25

Join us for an Open Spaces meeting this month, hosted by your JUG Leader, Michael Levin. Open Spaces is a style of meeting in which everyon…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Apr 14, 2013

OrlandoJUG - Arquillian with Curtis McMillen

Hello OrlandoJUG,   This month, March, we have a special very talented developer for our monthly meeting. Curtis McMillen will be our speak…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Mar 26, 2013

OrlandoJUG March 2012 - Android Development with Jackie Gleason

Jackie Gleason, 4th from left, gave a presentation about Android development. We learned a lot and are inspired to try many of the approac…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Apr 26, 2012

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