Session recordings and material from the hottest Java unconference in the world.
The book Design Patterns - also called GoF - was published over 20 years ago. In this discussion we talk about whether patterns have a place in modern Java development and also how you should go about learning them.
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◦ We have been building API based software for years, but the work of managing those APIs is still a big challenge. Moreover now we are leaving in a word where the Cloud-native architectures are currently on everyone's lips. and of course cloud-native wi
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This session was to discuss about the future of Entreprise Java development in general and why not these two forces combine for a better future
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Unpacking all the fuzz around reactive programming, Reactive streams and the Reactive manifesto
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In this session, we discussed advances on cloud deployed JVMs with respect to hardware acceleration (GPUs, FPGAs) and lightweight AOT deployments.
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What is the future of financial services and what should we expect in the future.
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1. State of Java Desktop UI Toolkits and Frameworks and cross-platform application compatibility. 2. Changes coming to JavaFX and implications of JavaFX being removed from default JRE distribution in future.
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The status of NetBeans was discussed after it was migrated to Apache.
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