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Welcome to the New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG). The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of Java software engineers, Java application designers, technical managers and new media Java developers that have a common interest in all aspects of Java Technology.

We currently have over 6,500 members and meet once a month. Past speakers include Calvin Austin, Arthur van Hoff, Jim Waldo, Rod Johnson, Jeff Barr, Ed Roman, Scott Oaks, Henry Wong, Doug Lea, Bill Day, Karl Jacobs, Ethan Henry, Nat Wyatt, David Sherr, Jonathan Nobels, Bob Pasker, Guy Steele, Simon Phipps, Scott Ferguson, Ben Galbraith, Josh Bloch, Bob Lee, Brian Goetz, David Chappell, Max Goff, Jose Moreira, Maurice Balick, Rinaldo DiGiorgio, Peter Haggar, James Ward, Gil Tene, Robin Roos, Anne Thomas-Manes, Duncan Johnston-Watt, Steve Ross-Talbot and even Penn and Teller! Please let us know if you have any suggestions for our Java user group or the NYJavaSIG web site.

Interested in speaking on cool Java technology? Please send us an abstract


Upcoming NYJavaSIG Meetings

* April 16 6:00pm-8:30pm WEDNESDAY Meeting
Hazelcast - Open Source In-Memory Data Grid
Talip Ozturk - Creator of Hazelcast


REGISTRATION is MANDATORY. Register early!

Refreshments (6:00-6:30pm) are courtesy of Credit Suisse!
Retrospective, IntelliJ, SonarJ and Webucator raffles!

* April 23 6:00pm-8:30pm WEDNESDAY "Hello Java" Workgroup Meeting
Hello Java Workgroup Meeting
Barry Burd and Ariel Krakowski - Hello Java workgroup leads


REGISTRATION is MANDATORY. Register early!

Here's how to unregister from an Eventbrite meeting.
Registration for all NYJavaSIG events (including Workgroup meetings) is done via Eventbrite. Bring your ticket (hardcopy or mobile device) and photo id. No on-site registration will be accepted.

Please be considerate to your fellow NYJavaSIG colleagues and only register for meetings if you plan on attending. Registration means "Yes, I absolutely will attend". If you cannot attend, please unregister by visiting the Eventbrite link above.






Here's how concurrency expert Professor Doug Lea describes the NYJavaSIG:

"I've said this before, but it's worth saying every time. NYJavaSIG is among the best audiences I get for talks. Smart audience, interesting follow-ups, and I learn something that changes what I do. Great fun!"
-Doug


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