The Java User Group Lugano is a group of enthusiasts of the Java programming language and of all the Open Source technologies surrounding it. JUG Lugano is a non-profit organization based in wonderful Lugano, southern Switzerland. The aim of the JUG Lugano is to provide software engineers active on Java and related open source technologies with a common place to meet in person, share knowledge and experiences, seek advice, and establish a professional and personal network. Contents at JUG Lugano is welcome both in Italian and English.
The University of Lugano and OSLab kindly endorsed the project further to Ex Machina SAGL foundation of the Java User Group Lugano. We will therefore have a great venue for our meetings, and it will be easy for IT students of all levels to get in in touch with the JUG.
01 Jul 2010
Mario has done it again! :| he is going to be conference session speaker at Java1 in S.Francisco later in Sept.2010, presenting the latest about LambdaJ. For more info click on the url http://www.eventreg.com/cc250/
12 Oct 2009
Saturday Oct 10th JUG Lugano turned 1 year! Happy birthday JUG Lugano :)) we wish you all the best and to grow beyond expectations. Best of luck everyone!
Ciao juggers! oggi al keynote del Devoxx è stato presentato http://voxxed.com, un nuovo portale dedicato agli sviluppatori. Ma non solo. Ci saranno una serie di conferenze da un giorno in giro per l'europa chiamate Voxxed Days. Sapete che una delle primissime date sarà a Lugano il 18 aprile 2015? http:/
hi Riccardo yes the group is still active although we haven't managed to organize a meeting over the last few months. we will be back soon though. Please stay in touch ciao! ---- Sebastiano Cobianco via Ferri 25 - 6900 Lugano On 12 September 2014 07:36, wrote: >
Folks, I would like to join a meeting or just discuss about new technology. Train my skills... Is the juglugano still active? Thank you,
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