• NFJS - Spring 2018 / Boston

    Registration is now Open!  Join Us for the 2018 New England Software Symposium returning March 16-18th

    The No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Tour Series long considered the definitive conference series for software developers & architects returns to Boston this spring! Witness first hand the best a conference has to offer: exceptional speakers, content rich ninety (90) minute technical sessions, right sized event model (capped at 250 attendees) all experienced in a vendor free environment.  At a No Fluff Just Stuff event, the focus is entirely on the attendee experience and nothing else!

    **Fifty (50) plus new sessions for 2018 to choose from! **

    Event Name: 2018 New England Software Symposium
    Dates: March 16-18th
    Location: Wakefield, MA
    Venue: Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield
    URL: https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/boston/2018/03/home

    Make sure and use your special JUG discount of $50 by using the promo code nfjsusergroup50 when registering.
    If you are registering with a group, the highest discount will apply - group or JUG discount.

    Early Bird Individual: $1025/person thru February 26th
    Excellent Group Discounts Available - bring your entire development team to the show:

    5-9 Attendees: $925/person
    10-14 Attendees: $900/person
    15-24 Attendees: $875/person
    25-over Attendees: $850/person

    Why attend?


    * Excellent Speakers: Authors and Project Leaders
    * Insightful 90 minute Sessions
    * Network with your local developer community
    * No vendor promos
    * Locally Based Event
    * Great Venue
    * Limited Attendance
    * Meaningful Keynote
    * Excellent Giveaways

    What's Included - Registration Fee:


    * Three Day All Access Pass
    * Dinner & PM Breaks on Friday & Breakfast/Lunch & Breaks on Saturday/Sunday
    * NFJS Laptop Bag & T-shirt
    * Online Audio Recording of Available Sessions
    * Subscription to NFJS, the Magazine - 2018 

    Go to  https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/boston/2018/03/home  to see additional information and registration details for the 2018 New England Software Symposium.

    Posted By: Mahesh Acharya on Apr 15, 2018 5:12 AM
    Expires On: May 31, 2018 12:00 AM
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        1601 Trapelo Road Waltham MA 021451
        25 Spots available

      Every July, the NEJUG Production Team (formerly known as the NEJUG Advisory Group) gathers to discuss various business items. The meeting is open to all members, as usual, there will be food and drinks. Meeting format, however, will be different. There will be no external/guest speakers, rather, there will be roundtable discussions by NEJUG production team members.

      • K8s - Kubernetes

        Attending: 139
        Thursday June, 14, 2018 06:00 PM
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        1601 Trapelo Road Waltham MA 021451
        11 Spots available

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      Afterward you will understand how to run your personal cluster with your Linux, OS X or Windows laptop to further enjoy unravelling the mysteries of running applications in a cluster.