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Meeting Location:
Disney
Suite 400
925 4th Ave,
Seattle

6:45pm Networking
7:00pm Presentation
8:30pm Beers!

Chair Nimret Sandhu
Founder Jayson Raymond

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SeaJUG is an all volunteer effort - which means items such as the website and mailing list are updated as schedules afford. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. We need suggestions/volunteers for topics! If you'd like to donate your time/skills to the cause, contact Nimret Sandhu.

Mailing Lists

SeaJUG hosts two discussion groups using the freely available Yahoo! Groups service. This service provides mailing list management, list archives, and other convenient features. To subscribe to the discussion groups, follow the links below:

  1. Technical Discussion List

    The SeaJUG list is intended as a forum for the discussion of technical and practical issues related to the the use of the Java language, as well as announcements of meetings or other events that would be of interest to the SeaJUG community.

    Postings of a commercial nature are expressly frowned upon. Continued posting eligibility is subject to adherence to the list charter.

    SeaJUG [ Click here to join the list | Click here to subscribe to the RSS feed ]

  2. Local Jobs List

    Use this list if you wish to keep abreast of Java opportunities, or would like to send job announcements.

    Please keep in mind that:
    • they must be focused on JAVA or JVM related languages like Scala, etc, NOT JavaScript, C++, C# or otherwise.
    • they should be focused on the puget sound job market. They should definitely not be based overseas - there are other forums for this ( google it).
    Continued posting eligibility is subject to adherence to the list charter.

    Note that the list moderator has to approve all membership requests to avoid any spam on the list. This could take a day or two at most. Thanks for your patience. If you haven't for a response for a few days, the email could be sitting in your spam folder. Contact the SeaJUG chair if you don't get a response within a few days at most.

    SeaJUG jobs [ Click here to join the list | Click here to subscribe to the RSS feed ]