Triple Session from Brasil

Hi all,

here the actual list of talks available (as far as my understanding goes). Seems there are even more than 3 talks available..

Hope to see you all at this extraordinary event!

Sven

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Talks and Speakers

Title:
Containers and DevOps: full delivery cycle for Java applications

Abstract:
Getting our code in the hands of users, solving real life problems and improving the world one line of code at a time. This is the goal of developers everywhere. But for this to happen, we need to focus on actually delivering our software. Containers and DevOps are a game changer in improving software delivery. This talk will show how Java developers can tap the power of containers to create powerful, scalable, multi-cloud solutions, that actually get delivered and get to solve the real hard problems of the world.

Speaker:
Bruno Souza
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Title:
Big Data and NoSQL with CDI and Cassandra

Abstract:
This talk will show how we can combine some of the top open source technologies to create a powerful, scalable architecture. Using Elasticsearch and Cassandra NoSQL database for fast, high available service; JavaEE and CDI for easy of development; we will show how your BigData application can benefit from those cloud-ready projects.

Speaker:Otávio Santana
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Title:
First step with the money api, JSR 354.

Abstract:
Monetary values are a key feature of many applications, but there is a good API about it yet. The JSR aims to address a wide range of general-purpose cases while being suitable for many domain cases; it provides formatting, foreign exchange, rounding, arithmetic, and strong typing. This session describes the motivation, use cases, and implementation of the API.

Speaker:Otávio Santana
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Title:
Making the shape of CDI 2.0

Abstract:
Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0 (JSR-365) is an update to Contexts and Dependency Injection 1.2. Starting with version 2.0 CDI targets Java SE and Java EE platforms. CDI in java SE and CDI in a Java EE container share the features defined in core CDI. This section describes the new features and how you can help in this JSR.

Speaker:Otávio Santana
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Title:
A Developer’s Journey From Monoliths to Microservices

Abstract:
Microservices are the current “big thing” and most of the current technologies seems to be a fit for greenfield projects. Unfortunately the great majority of the developers can’t build something from scratch – but that shouldn’t prevent them to touch the world of microservices while dealing with their legacy monolith.

Come to this session to check how we are refactoring a Java EE monolith to a Microservices Architecture: our work done and the planned steps. Because enterprise development is not just a “hello world” application: it’s a journey. We’ll discuss the architectural decisions, requirements and implications. And of course we’ve plenty of code and deployments in a DevOps-enabled platform!

Speaker:Edson Yanaga
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Details und Anmeldung hier: JUG-Bodensee
Wir würden uns sehr freuen, wenn Ihr kommt.

Sven & Jörg

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