Inaugural Event

We are very excited to announce the inaugural meetup event for Greensboro Java Users Group in the Triad area with a great speaker - Dr. Venkat Subramaniam .

Event Date & Time : January 16th 2020 @ 06:00 PM

Topic of the Talk:

Java Modules are the future. However, our enterprise applications have legacy code, and lots of it. How in the world do we migrate from the old to the new? What are some of the challenges? In this presentation we will start with an introduction to modules and learn how to create them. Then we will dive into the differences between unnamed modules, automatic modules, and explicit modules. After that we will discuss some key limitations of modules, things that may surprise your developers if they are not aware of. Finally we will discuss how to migrate current applications to use modules.
The ideas of reactive systems and reactive programming has been around for a while. However, changes in many areas including how applications are deployed to how applications are used, including big data, have resulted in a renewed interest in this area. In this presentation we will start with a discussion of the nature of reactive systems and the characteristics of reactive applications. Then we will dive into design and architectural concerns we have to address to effectively create such system that can meet the demands of high volume, high frequency data and interactions.

Meetup Location

University of North Carolina - Greensboro at

Bryan School Of Business
Room 122
506 Stirling Street
Greensboro, NC   27412

You can park at UNCG Parking Deck which is adjacent to the Bryan School of Business and clearly marked. Room 122 is on the First Floor of the building.

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About Us

Greensboro JUG was created to bring people from Java community around the Triad area (Greensboro, Highpoint, Winston Salem) on to a common stage where their interests and learning can be shared and grown. The group's aim is to focus not only on java, but also on any related technology stack that is relevant for the java community.

If you are a passionate developer, who likes to be informed about the latest updates in the Technology and frameworks surrounding Java and cloud native app development and also hear from well known speakers in the community, you are at the right place. Welcome to Greensboro JUG. Join us and participate in the knowledge sharing and FUN.


Greensboro JUG is supported by community donations and would not exist without your support. We have some recurring housekeeping costs like event space reservations, food, etc.., in addition to travel and lodging expenses when trying to get well known and knowledgeable speakers to Greensboro.

We appreciate, and value, each and every sponsor for their contribution and proudly display their logos. Below are details of the sponsorship levels. Please consider donating or becoming an active sponsor of our group. If you are an individual, or enterprise, willing to support the community through us, Contact Subhash Koganti at

BRONZE ( $1000/Year )

Bronze Sponsors will be announced in the monthly meetup events.

SILVER ( $2000/Year )

Silver Sponsors will be announced in the monthly meetup events. They will given 5 mins time before the beginning of the event to present their products or marketing material to the group.

GOLD ( >$3500/Year )

Gold Sponsors will be announced in the monthly meetup events. They will given 5 mins time before the beginning of the event to present their products or marketing material to the group. They will also get an opportunity to present the full hour at one meetup event during the year.

Single Meetup Sponsorship ( Pizza/Swag/T-shirts/etc... )

Sponsors will be announced in the meeting event and can distribute their sponsored items like swag/T-shirts/pizza etc during that event.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, or would like to speak at one of our meetup events, the best way to reach us is by email at You can also call the following numbers - +1-617-794-5452 or +1-954-242-6928.

You can also participate or start new discussions on the Java Users Greensboro Group meetup page.