Pittsburgh Java User Group -
The Pittsburgh Java User Group, PittJUG, was established in 1997 as a knowledge sharing vehicle for individuals with a common interest in Java technologies.
Today, PittJUG is offered within the Pittsburgh Technology Council's IS Peer Network to provide a forum for information exchange, education and peer-to-peer networking for individuals responsible for designing, deploying and maintaining Java technologies within their organizations. PittJUG promotes good software engineering practices within the Java community by encouraging members to share technical solutions and best practices. As a group, we strive to increase the level of adoption of Java as a language and platform for software development while positioning Pittsburgh as a center for technical excellence.
To participate in technical discussions and activities, join the PittJUG discussion group.
E-mail Java job postings to 500+ members of the PittJUG Jobs mailing list. subscribe to the PittJUG Jobs mailing list by joining firstname.lastname@example.org at pittjug.java.net
Get your buzz on. For more information, or to join, contact Shari Albert, Event and Member Service Associate, at 412.918.4266.