Oracle User Groups

Join a User Group During Oracle's San Francisco Conferences

Oracle is pleased to welcome its worldwide user groups to this year's conferences and dedicated programs in San Francisco the week of September 28 to October 2, 2014. All conference attendees are encouraged to engage with members of the user group communities at Sunday's Oracle Users Forum and throughout the week.

Many user groups will be represented at the Oracle Users Forum this year; participating groups are listed below.




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Participating user groups include:

GlassFish Community

GlassFish is the Open Source Java EE reference implementation focused on standardization, education, cutting-edge innovation and community. Find out more about us at, stay tuned to the Aquarium blog or follow us at @glassfish.

Java User Groups

Java User Groups (JUGs) are volunteer-led organizations that strive to distribute Java-related knowledge around the world. They provide a meeting place for Java users to get information, share resources and solutions, increase networking, expand Java technology expertise, and above all, drink beer, eat pizza, and have fun. For more information on JUGs, visit the JUG community page at

NetBeans Community

The NetBeans Community is an active network of users and developers, writers and designers, and bloggers and translators who are shaping the future of the NetBeans project. The NetBeans Dream Team is a community-driven group of highly skilled NetBeans users who represent this community. They participate at NetBeans developer events, on mailing lists, and at developer forums, providing new, interesting, and informative content as well as developing new and creative ways to promote NetBeans. To learn more about the community visit To find out more about the NetBeans Dream Team visit

Oracle Users Forum

13th Annual Oracle Users Forum
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Moscone South
8:00 a.m.–6:15 p.m.

Don't miss this opportunity to explore the many benefits of participating in one or more Oracle user groups. Meet with colleagues, peers, and subject matter experts to share best practices, tips, and techniques. Or sit in on a special interest group (SIG) meeting or session and learn how to get more out of Oracle technologies and applications.

The annual Oracle Users Forum is open to all registered full conference attendees (badge required) of Oracle conferences running from September 28 to October 2, 2014.

User Group Forum Sessions and SIG meeting details taking place at the Oracle Users Forum program can be found in the JavaOne Conference Content Catalog and are available for preregistration using the Schedule Builder Tool.

JavaOne Sunday Forum Sessions