[WELCOME! to the Virtual JUG™]



The world’s only 24-hour virtual Java conference is back on October 25th! Start getting excited! Click here to learn how to register for free and check out the full session schedule.

Live Session


Karl David Moore @karldmoorePost work catching up with missed @virtualJUG sessions: "Microservice communication: what,­ where, when?" with… https://t.co/zDpqXivrGX- 2 days ago
Karl David Moore @karldmooreLong overdue catch up on missed @virtualJUG sessions. Used to be a lunchtime regular but lost that habit along the way. #LunchtimeLevelUp- 2 days ago
Roberto Cortez @radcortezWe are about to start the Part 2 live session of the @virtualJUG Book Reading Club with @Sander_Mak and @pbakker wi… https://t.co/TzvjoBCfhp- 1 week ago
Ivan St. Ivanov @ivan_stefanovTomorrow at @virtualJUG we talk to "Java 9 Modularity" authors @Sander_Mak and @pbakker about the second half of th… https://t.co/EXNLVpE5x2- 1 week ago
Simon Maple @sjmapleAnd yes, the @virtualJUG will continue to be as strong as ever 🙂- 2 weeks ago




Past & Future Sessions

Virtual JUG Session™ Leaders

Simon Maple

Simon Maple

vJUG Founder/Organiser

Simon is the Director of Developer Relations at ZeroTurnaround, a Java Champion since 2014, JavaOne Rockstar speaker in 2014, Duke’s Choice award winner, Virtual JUG founder and organiser, London Java Community co-leader and RebelLabs author. He is an experienced speaker, having presented at JavaOne, JavaZone, Jfokus, DevoxxUK, DevoxxFR, JavaLand, JMaghreb and many more including many JUG tours. His passion is around user groups and communities. When not traveling, Simon enjoys spending quality time with his family, cooking and eating great food.

Oleg Shelajev

Oleg Shelajev

vJUG Organiser

Oleg Šelajev is lead developer advocate for the Graal project at Oracle Labs, which aims to make programs run faster and developers more productive. He helps to organize VirtualJUG, the online Java User Group, and a GDG chapter in Tartu, Estonia. Java Champions alumni. In his spare time, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in dynamic system updates and code evolution. Previously, Oleg was a part-time lecturer at the University of Tartu and since then enjoys speaking, teaching, and participating in software conferences all over the world. Loves pizza and playing chess. Favorite languages: Java, JavaScript, and Clojure