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  • iPhone Development

    41 members Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2015 iPhone development is going nuts! All the apps, all the possibilities. Objective-C is the language. The SDK is out. Shops are springing up everywhere…

  • Android Town

    35 members Latest Activity: Jul 20, 2019 Android is an open Java-based platform to use for developing mobile apps. Do you believe mobile computing is the wave of the future? We do!

  • Cloud Computing Village

    16 members Latest Activity: Aug 21, 2015 Cloud Computing is "the next big thing". The recent JavaOne featured Cloud Computing more than any other technology. Come join us and explore /…

  • Coding Dojo

    6 members Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2019 A Coding Dojo is a meeting where a bunch of coders get together to work on a programming challenge. They are there to have fun and to engage in…

  • Idea Town

    4 members Latest Activity: Apr 3, 2011 Have a great idea? If you have a great idea, tell the world!

  • Contest Town

    9 members Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2010 Everyone likes a challenge. How about a contest? If you like to flex your muscle, why not join us here at Contest Town. You'll find some challenging…

  • .Net Town

    18 members Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2020 What's up with .Net in your neck of the woods? We'll discuss all the basics here. Eventually, we'l break out separate groups for C#, etc...

  • Wikipedia Place

    9 members Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2011 We've had a unique opportunity to speak with Brion Vibber recently at the October Orlandojug meeting. Let's discuss what we learned for those who…

  • Freelance Village

    11 members Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2018 Freelancing? Whether you're new or an old timer, this is the place for you! Share your tips and explore the possibilities here.

  • SOA Governance

    7 members Latest Activity: Mar 28, 2013 Discussion area for both design-time and run-time governance of SOA applications.

  • Community Developers

    4 members Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2012 Are you interested in community development and social networking? Have you got a website you'd like to enhance with social features? Join us here at…

  • Sensor Village

    5 members Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2011 Sensors open up worlds of possibilities. SunSPOT is Java compatible sensor technology. Small Programmable Object Technology = SPOT. Working with…

  • Flex Loft

    13 members Latest Activity: Aug 2, 2010 The Flex Loft is a place Flex coders can come to share ideas, ask questions and share tips about Flex, a powerful user interface programming…

  • OrlandoJUG Town

    96 members Latest Activity: Feb 23

    Calling all Java lovers! The OrlandoJUG features leading edge presentations with you in mind. We meet every month with talks on interesting…

  • Ruby Town

    14 members Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2012 Ruby has made an impact on patterns of software development with its elegant syntax and Rails, an intelligent framework designed to simplify coding.

  • Python

    15 members Latest Activity: Jul 14, 2018 Python. Life's better without braces.

  • SunJUG Town

    27 members Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2012 SunJUG Town is the place for Sarasota Java User Group people to get together. Come on in, sit a spell. Take your shoes off. We're all about Java…

  • OS Town

    5 members Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2009 Operating systems are like religions. At this stage, people have spent entire careers with one or another. But, now we have multiple choices and…

  • Other Languages on the JVM Village

    9 members Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2015 Love Jython? Can't get enough JRuby? Groovy? Dynamic languages on the JVM can set you free! Scala? Sure! Let us know what you think here in the Other…

  • Methodologies SIG

    4 members Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2009 There's Agile. RUP. Methodologies help us keep from repeating the mistakes. They are templates for streamlining and managing our work. And, they…

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