Do you have real life struggles in SW development? Lessons learned in Ops? Come share them @NashvilleJUG

By Greg Turnquist

Greg L. Turnquist worked on the Spring team for over thirteen years and is a senior staff technical content engineer at Cockroach Labs. He was the lead for Spring Data JPA and Spring Web Services. He wrote Packt's best-selling title, Learning Spring Boot 2.0 2nd Edition, and its 3rd Edition follow-up along many others.

February 9, 2017

Ever battle a NoSQL data store for six hours straight? Installed an upgrade that destroyed a database? Have you spent two weeks learning a new library, language, or build tool, only to chuck it out the window? We’d love to hear about it at the Nashville Java Users Group.

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month in downtown Nashville. Beer and pizza are provided gratis.

We’re looking for people just like you, willing to share their most tragic or most exciting tale. Can you chat for 20 minutes? That’s all we ask.

Whether it’s a tale about beating your brains out over a Maven plugin or kicking a Redis server into oblivion, we’re excited to hear about it! Whether you scrapped some infernal JavaScript library, or just finished a new book that has changed your development perspective forever, let us know.

And you’ll find a bunch of others nodding along, saying “I know what you mean!” The Java community in Nashville is strong. We founded the group back in 2010, and have been growing every since. But we can’t operate without guests coming in, and pouring out their heart and experiences. We need you!

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