There's a new Atlanta Spring User Group. They've had two meetings so far, and a lot of members right off the bat. "What's Spring?" you ask. It's a Java/J2EE application platform, released under the Apache 2.0 license.You may have hear of some of its parts: Groovy and Grails. They seem to be closely tied to VMWare.
Atlanta Spring User Group
Atlanta’s most exciting conference for professional software developers is back in 2015! Come discover how the industry’s best minds use the latest technologies to build solutions to business problems. Network with other Atlanta software developers, and study real life case studies in application design and development.
Our first seven conference events were tremendous successes. Skip the travel headaches, expense, and mobs of people at other conferences and join us this February to experience one of the best developer conferences, presented by your fellow developers, right in the heart of the Southeast (and in your own backyard).
This conference is an incredible value. Not only do we provide exceptional speakers and presentations but we also provide book raffles, food, a cocktail hour for networking and mingling with the speakers and much more.
Register at http://devnexus.com...Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA
Tuesday, March 10 at 8:00 AM
Two for One: What's New in Spring MVC and Spring Batch
Atlanta Spring User Group
On Tuesday evening after DevNexus, come join us for two presentations and a Q&A session with the Spring engineers who work on many of the Spring projects you use. This meeting is your opportunity to network with several Spring engineers who are in town for DevNexus and are interested in connecting with ASUG members.
Rossen Stoyanchev will present What's new in Spring MVC. Rossen is a committer on the Spring Framework team with a strong focus on web development including Spring MVC and WebSocket messaging. Previously Rossen consulted and trained Spring teams for several years. He has been involved with Java and web development in various industries and domains since the mid 90s.
Michael Minella will present What's new in Spring Batch. Michael Minella is a software engineer, teacher and author with over a decade of enterprise development experience. Michael was a member of the expert group for JSR-352 (java batch processing). He currently works for Pivotal as the project lead for the Spring Batch project as well as an instructor at DePaul University. Michael is the author of Pro Spring Batch from Apress and the popular Refcard JUnit and EasyMock.
In addition to Rossen and Michael, we will also host a few other Spring engineers. We hope you can join us for this rare opportunity to meet so many of the Spring engineers at one time.
This is your user group. ASUG is always looking for speakers for our future meetings. Have you never presented before? Do you only want to give a short presentation? This is not a problem! We are happy to accommodate you! We want all of our members to feel free to speak about their own projects or any areas of interest. Please talk to us at a meeting or contact us through the meetup page to discuss your presentation.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM, allowing members time to network, arrive and enjoy pizza. At 7 PM, ASUG will give an introductory welcome, and will be shortly followed by the presentation. As always, everyone has the option to head downstairs to Aja for networking and drinks after the meeting.
Parking at the One Alliance Center is $12 max. If you wish to go to Aja after the meeting they will validate part of your parking. If parking is a problem, some members park at Phipps Plaza for free and walk over. ASUG does NOT validate parking.
Atlanta, GA - USA
Tuesday, March 10 at 6:30 PM