mcjug

Montgomery County Java User Group


MCJUG is currently on a break.


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Next Meeting

  • 2017/10/18 We're back! Practical Microservices with Spring Boot by Raghuveer Rao

Past Meetings

  • 2017/06/21 Microservices primer with Raghuveer Rao
  • 2017/04/19 Introduction to Neon with Tom Panning
  • 2017/02/15 Continuous Delivery and Continuous Analytics with GO.CD and friends by Vlad Korolev

  • 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.