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Chandigarh Java User Group

Its a long time I have written about any new things in Java. But few days back I had started working on starting a JUG in my local city Chandigarh. I had seen people in Chandigarh specially freshers not able to grasp a good knowledge of the Java and related technologies. They even don't know about the latest technologies and what is happening in the world of Java.

So I finally thought of starting a JUG namely Chandigarh Java User Group. I want to organize a JUG meet as soon as possible in the city. So anyone can join and start working on that side. I am very much influenced by @HarshakOak who is a Java Champion and organizes many Java events like the indicThreads. I had gone to attend those meetups some time. There you will get a lot of knowledge about what is happening around the world in the field of Java

Some of you wanted know about the procedure of joining the JUG. its pretty simple.
Join java.net and then go to Chandigarh Java User Group and join it.
There is also a official site of it. http://www.chdjug.com

You can also follow the group on twitter: @ChdJUG

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