About Boston Java Users ACM Chapter

 Boston Java Users ACM Chapter (Formerly NEJUG or New England Java Group was founded ) in 1998 with intent to bring Java developers and users from Boston area and all over New England. Lately, NEJUG is aiming towards bringing speakers and audience together on varieties of interesting topics in Java, JVM languages and beyond. 

The  Boston Java Users ACM Chapter is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. The meetings and membership are free. We do not hold meetings in July and December.  We currently have 6027 members. Meeting space is limited and we must ask members to register in order to attend meetings. It is common for over 300 people to register for a single meeting! What better way to meet new people interested in Java, development, architecture, or just get your technical questions answered.