mcjug

Montgomery County Java User Group


Typically meets 3rd Wednesday of Each Month


Want to sponsor an event? Email us.

Check out our github!

Good day folks, if you've been thinking about jumping ship take a look at the developer openings 5AM has. We'll treat you right, the benefits are solid, telework policy is most accommodating, and your resume will grow rapidly. Shoot me a message if you're interested.



Next Meeting

    Past Meetings


    • 2016/10/19 Building a Jenkins Continuous Integration Pipeline with Docker by Alexandru Zbarcea

    • 2016/09/21 Intro to ActiveMQ with Hadrian Zbarcea
    • 2016/06/15 JHipster, modern web application development made easy with Raphael Brugier

    • 2016/05/18 Ready to develop and deploy webapps with terraform, vagrant, and puppet with Victor Semenov


    • 2016/03/16 From 10 to 500 releases a year, a Continuous Delivery Journey with Raphael Brugier

    • 2016/01/20 Simpler JPAs with Spring Data by Raghuveer Rao

    • 2015/08/19 - Continuous Delivery with Jenkins by Dan Juengst
    • 2015/07/15 - Introduction to DevOps with Pat Shepherd

    • 2015/03/18 - Jekyll intro and demo with Chris Rogers and Doug League
    • 02/18 - Introduction to Docker with Isaac Carter
    • 05/21 Practical Big Data - Madhu Siddalingaiah
    • 03/19 - An introduction to Elastic Search - Victor Felix
    • 11/20 - Intro to BackboneJS - Jim Weir
    • 10/16 - Intro to AngularJS - David LaSalle
    •  09/18 - Building a Continuous Delivery pipeline with Gradle and Jenkins - Benjamin Muschko
    • 07/18 - Using Behat and Sauce Labs to Automate cross browser testing - Jason Fox
    • 12/12 (2nd Wed) - Semantic Mediation - Wen Zhu
    • 10/19
      • Casandra Case Study - Chris Burroughs
      • Effective Code Reviews - Brian Humphrey (5AM Solutions)
      • Pizza and Food provided by Comsys Now Hiring!
      • Registration
    • 9/21/11 
      • Java SE and Plug Computers - Jim Connors (Oracle)
      • AppDynamics - Hugh Brien (SpringSource)
      • Registration

    Projects by members of MCJUG:
    • Minimum Permissions by Victor Semenov - A project that aims to provide Android phone owners with apps that require only the minimum permissions they need in order to function.