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Acceptance Testing in Microservices
Featuring Dimos Raptis
Microservices is being widely adopted as an architectural pattern during the last decade thanks to the business agility it enables. This pattern incentivises teams owning separate business domains to move as independently as possible. However, the need remains to test and verify that all these...microservices java
Get better at what you do—with intent
Featuring Sergey Soloviov
As a free-lancer you want to bring more value and charge more for it. But you’re on your own to build out your skill set. If you don’t help yourself, no one else will. All it takes is showing intent. In this talk, we’ll look at tactics that one can use to build a little system to push your own...java career
Write Now, Run Anytime
Featuring Neil C Smith
Neil is developer of PraxisLIVE, an open-source hybrid-visual IDE for live programming, built on top of the NetBeans platform. While the IDE is primarily aimed at creative coders, its underlying forest-of-actors runtime supports real-time coding Java in general.
PraxisCORE brings aspects of...java erlang
Distilling Agile for Effective Execution
Featuring Omar Bashir
The objective of agility in software is to fulfil evolving customer requirements while delivering high quality software on time and within budget. A number of agile methodologies have been developed promising to achieve this objective. But their adoption has proven to be challenging leading to...adoption java agile
Featuring Abraham Marin-Perez and Daniel Bryant
Testing microservices is challenging. Dividing a system into components (à la microservices) naturally creates inter-component dependencies, and each service has its own performance and fault-tolerance characteristics that need to be validated during development, the QA process, and continually...java distributed-services microservices
Clustering and Distributed Data: The Winning Combination?
Featuring Patrick Altaie
For a mission-critical system such as payment processing for a bank, you need complete assurance that the system is fault-tolerant and can gracefully handle periods of unavailability, network SNAFUs, and other associated software fun and games.java akka
The Future of Java with Simon Maple and Heather VanCura
Featuring Heather VanCura and Simon Maple
Simon Maple and Heather VanCura who will give us an overview on the future of Java. Following this, you will have the opportunity to download and try out Java 12 early access builds and give your feedback before its release in March 2019.java jvm