Taler: Leif Sørensen
For most software development teams it is a major challange keeping up with the rapidly changing requirements, while meeting the required quality, budget and deadlines. Most companies are implementing Agile or lean methods, but these are not silver bullets solving all problems. This seminar will give an introduction to Continuous Delivery, argue why it is an important part of the solution, and demonstrate a typical Continuous Delivery pipeline implementation for Java based on open source tools like Jenkins, Git, Artifactory, Maven, JUnit, Copertura, FindBugs, PMD, etc.
Taler: Kees Jan Koster
This talk gets you started with JVM bytecode engineering. Kees Jan peels away the fluffy Java language syntax to lay bare the gears that make the JVM tick. He will show what options there are for you to compile bytecode and create classes just the way you want them to be.
The talk starts by looking at the low level JVM architecture and the byte code design. You will learn how to compile your own class files from byte code. Kees Jan will demonstrate a number of byte code assemblers and disassemblers, discussing pro and con of each.
You walk away from this talk with a solid understanding of class files and the JVM and byte code architectures.
This talk is open for any developer who programs Java for their day job.
Taler: Dr Heinz M. Kabutz
In this talk, we will start with a simple multi-threaded server that is limited by the number of threads allowed on the system and transform the code to use the Java NIO non-blocking features to avoid constructing too many threads. We will work through the example together in a live coding demonstration. You will learn about Java concurrency, Executors, multi-threaded data structures, Java NIO, non-blocking operations.