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Computer User Groups / Computer Clubs in Orange County, California

Assoc. of Information Technology Professionals 
Meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month. "California Southland AITP is continuing our changed format for our Wednesday meetings! No huge dinner cost- just order off the menu for as much or as little as you want! Students, people wanting to network, etc. are welcome! We will meet in the Greenhouse at the Capistrano Restaurant at the Embassy Suites in Buena Park."  Buena Park
North Orange County Computer Club 
"North Orange County Computer Club (NOCCC) is a large group with hundreds of members oriented primarily to supporting users of IBM PC compatible computers. A wide range of special interest groups, SIGs, meet the first Sunday each month 8:00 a.m. til 4:30 p.m. at Chapman University in the city of Orange, CA. USA. NOCCC was founded in 1976 and is the second oldest continuously operating computer club in the USA. We support a broad range of applications. Usually at least one SIG will have a vendor sponsored presentation at each monthly meeting."  Orange
OCEAN OC Educational Advancement Network 
Meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. "The Orange County Educational Advancement Network, Inc. is a non-profit user group and one of the largest and most pro-active IBM e-Server iSeries Midrange user groups in the western states with over 500 members. Our primary mission is to serve as an affordable educational source on the technology we use through monthly guest speakers and our annual technical conference and seminar. We are a non-profit corporation and are not sponsored by any vendor including IBM Corporation. Our membership is open to anyone interested in learning more about the information technology field. While our primary focus is the IBM iSeries - AS/400 server platform, we cover other areas like PC LAN/WAN, Linux, WebSphere, Client-Server information systems, JAVA, Object Oriented development, E-Commerce and Data Warehousing / Data Mining, XML, Internet and Intranet applications, IT Project Management, IT management and personal and career development topics as well. We are a non-profit corporation and are not sponsored by any vendor including IBM Corporation. Our membership is open to anyone interested in learning more about the information technology field."  Costa Mesa
Orange Apple Computer Club 
Meetings are the First or the Second Saturday of each month - see their meeting schedule. "The Orange Apple Computer Club is a “user group” that has been in existence since 1982. It started, of course, as an Apple II oriented group. Today, OACC Macintosh membership boasts 246 members with an average monthly attendance of 200. Basic Facts: * We meet the first Saturday of the month (except for January). From time to time a holiday will interrupt this pattern, so check our annual schedule for confirmed meeting dates. * The meeting hours are from 8:00 AM through 2:00 PM, you decide how much or little to attend. See our meeting schedule. * We meet in the Chemistry Building on the campus of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa."  Costa Mesa
Orange County .NET Server User Group 
"The Orange County Exchange User Group (OCEUG), has become the Orange County .NET Server User Group (OCNSUG). We expanded our scope to cover all of the .NET Servers products. Our focus will be on the technologies and use of the .NET Server products and application development with those products."  Santa Ana
Orange County Access User Group 
"The Orange County Access User Group ( OCAUG ) is Southern California's premier Microsoft Access user group . We are a highly interactive group with presentations (see Presentation Materials ) made by our members, OCAUG officers, and vendors. Users of all abilities, from neophyte to system administrator, meet on the third Tuesday each month (see Meeting Dates) to ask questions, exchange ideas, hear presentations, see real world examples, learn about the latest Microsoft Access developments and third-party tools, find job opportunities, eat pizza, and more."  Orange
Orange County C# Developers Group 
"Orange County C# Developers Group meets on the Third Tuesday of each month at Brick Software, 1301 E. Lincoln, Orange, CA. Meeting time is 7:00 PM. Non-members are always invited - the first meeting is FREE! Bring $5 if you want Pizza! Non-members are invited to donate $5 per meeting ($10 with pizza) Dues are $50 per year We are located near the 55 and 91 freeways. We have plenty of parking."  Orange
Orange County ColdFusion Users Group 
Meetings the last Thursday of each month. "The Southern Orange County ColdFusion Users Group (SOCCFUG) is a chapter of the Southern California ColdFusion Users Group (SCCFUG). We are dedicated to helping our members exchange technical and business ideas about database-website connectivity and the effective application of Allaire's ColdFusion software. We meet at the San Clemente Round Table Pizza (949-496-7701) because it's within a few hundred yards of a freeway offramp, easy to find, and has lots of parking. Plus they have good pizza. Take the Estrella exit from the interstate 5 freeway. Go east to the first traffic light, turn right into a parking lot, and it is in front of you."  San Clemente
Orange County Fox Developers Group 
Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month. "Orange County FoxPro Developers Group is a not for profit social group whose purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, experience, and knowledge on ways to effectively and efficiently develop quality Visual FoxPro applications."  Orange
Orange County Internet User Group 
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month. "The purpose of this group is to educate the local developer community on the web and windows development and specifically Microsoft's Internet products."  Santa Ana
Orange County Linux Users Group 
They meet on Saturday, once per month. Which Saturday depends on when they can schedule the room. See their online schedule. "OCLUG is a non-profit, vendor-independent organization of Linux/UNIX users and enthusiasts based in Fullerton, California. We meet each month to share information, troubleshoot and plan activities. To become a member join the OCLUG mailing list, and attend meetings when you can. Meetings are open to anyone."  Fullerton
Orange County Oracle Users Group 
Meets about 4 times per year. "Welcome to the Orange County Oracle Users Group (OCOUG) Web Site, serving Oracle professionals in the Orange County, California area. OCOUG provides a forum for the exchange of technical information related to Oracle products and services. A large number of our presentations are delivered by Oracle Personnel! Our close relationship with Oracle makes this possible. This presents our membership with the opportunity to view 'scaled down' versions of select Oracle mini-lessons and technical presentations. Our membership has the opportunity to review and discuss technical issues with a qualified Oracle representative."  Irvine
Orange County Visual Basic User Group 
"The Microsoft Office is at the corner of the 405 freeeway and Jamboree. Take the Jamboree exit north and turn right at the first light, Main street. Turn right immediately into the tall building office complex. Go to the parking structure behind building 3."  Lake Forest
Orange County Visual C++ User Group 
Microsoft Visual C++ Users Group. "Sand Canyon Exit, East on Alton, Left on Laguna Canyon, take first left then a right into the parking lot of the Irvine Oaks complex, turn left, go to the end, make a right(near Inca's restaurant, go all the way till you hit the Cadence Bldg.)"  Irvine
Orange County Windows NT User Group 
Meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month. May also be known as the SoCal IT Pro Association. "Founded in October 1995, the Orange County Windows NT User Group (OCNTUG) is dedicated to providing a forum for the Microsoft Windows NT User community for mutual benefit, increased understanding, and better utilization of Windows NT technologies. We are constantly striving to improve the knowledge of and bring new ideas to this user community by providing opportunities for formal and informal education in Microsoft Windows NT related applications, hardware, and software technologies. Our monthly meetings cover NT related topics and products. The Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers willing to spend some time to bring topics to a wider audience with the assistance, participation and guidance of presenters and sponsors."  Newport Beach
SoCal .NET User Group 
May be defunct - as of March 2005 the last meeting listed was April 2004. "Last Year, the Orange County .NET User Group and the Los Angeles .NET User Group merged to create the largest .NET User Group in the nation, the Southern California .NET User Group. Join us and your peers the second Wednesday (unless otherwise posted) each month as we explore Microsoft .NET: the most sophisticated, productivity-enhancing development toolset ever created for developers and software architects. Microsoft .NET has revolutionized the way we produce software. Our primary mission is to educate and promote the Microsoft .NET vision to local area developers. Our primary audience target is senior developers and architects. Our objective is to assist our members with the transition of their skills to .NET by focusing on the emerging .NET based technologies, including: the Common Language Runtime, C#, Visual Basic .NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, and XML Web Services by conducting a technical meeting on topics of interest each month."  Long Beach
Southern California eBusiness Forum 
"Meetings are scheduled for the second Wednesday of every odd-numbered month: January, March, May, July, September, and November.... The Original Electronic Commerce Users Group in Southern California. The Southern California e-Business Forum is a cross-industry group of professionals that promote EDI and the free exchange of EDI information. Formed in 1991 our membership is quite diverse with representatives from manufacturers, defense contractors, financial institutions, health care providers, small companies, large businesses, EDI suppliers and consultants."  Diamond Bar
Southern California Macintosh Owner/Users Group 
"SMOG is a small, friendly group of enthusiastic Macintosh Owners and Users who meet in Orange County to share information and ideas and listen to helpful and informative presentations on hardware, software and other related topics of interest to Macintosh users. SMOG is a non-profit group whose focus is to facilitate the exchange of information in a friendly, informal setting. We are located between the two new Apple Retail Stores. Fashion Island to the South. South Coast Plaza to the North."  Santa Ana
WAMUG Whittier Area Macintosh Users Group 
"A friendly group of people meeting the third Thursday of the month. We discuss all things having to do with the Macintosh computer. Come join us for a few hours to exchange ideas, solve software and hardware problems and promote goodwill in the Macintosh community. Established in 1988."  Whittier
WINNERS Windows Users Group 
"If you are interested in learning more about Windows, a particular program, or even an exchange of ideas or information regarding the computer industry, WINNERS - WINdows usERS is for you! WINNERS is a great place to see the latest software and also learn how to use it. We provide a easy (and fun) atmosphere for you to see new and interesting programs or hardware. Each month we have demonstrations of how to work with different programs, or hardware. We also have a discussion of problems (Random Access) and how to solve them. Tip sheets are passed out and a shareware library is shown to our members. You don't have to join right away, come in and see if you like us. Member: Association of PC User Groups (APCUG). Meetings on 2nd Saturday, Orange Coast College Science Building - Room 149 - 9 am to 12 noon in Costa Mesa, California."  Costa Mesa, Newport Beach
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