Sponsorship is one aspect of the JUG many of our members are aware of, but probably spend little time thinking about. Trust me, those of us on the steering committee think long and hard about this! We are always trying to find ways to enrich our community through new members and, of course, the content and atmosphere of our meetings.
After talking to some of our sponsors, we have expanded and reworked our sponsorship options in preparation for 2011. Please take a look and tell any organizations you think might be interested in helping our community. We greatly appreciate or sponsors, who have made this JUG possible for over five years. You can see some of our current sponsors to the right of this article, where someone’s banner is attractively displayed, interesting, seductive, beckoning you to click on it and see what lies behind…
I took a few minutes to update the OKCJUG Sponsorship Information page so that it reflects what we are actually doing for sponsors in 2010. Please check it out, and if you’re interested in sponsoring you can always email me to discuss it directly.
We appreciate our sponsors, their generosity is allowing us do a lot more for the java community in OKC.
On that note, we have two 2010 Annual Sponsors already. If you don’t know about them, ObjectStream and MBO Partners are both local companies who use java.
ObjectStream: 2010 Annual Sponsor
MBO Partners: 2010 Annual Sponsor
- When: March 9, 11:30-12:40
- Where: Oklahoma City Coworking Collaborative (see Meeting location)
- Topic: Greg Bugaj
- Speaker: JSF Console
- 11:30 am – Welcome Announcements
- 11:40 am – Main Presentation
- 12:40 pm – Wrap Up
After introducing the JUG to JSFConsole in his November lightning talk, Greg will give a more detailed tour of his open source JSF application monitor. He will explain what it does and how to use it, and then show us how it works. He will end his talk with a demonstration of traditional Ugandan dance with live didgeridoo.
Welcome to the new site for the Oklahoma City Java Users Group. There may be some slight hiccups as we continue to tweak and modify the site, so please be patient. Also note that we’ve done our best to make sure we have not lost any data, though the links in the posts for past meetings will be broken indefinitely.
Hopefully, this new site will be easier to navigate and use. If you have any feedback (or interest in helping ; ), please send an email to our mailing lists.