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Join us to learn how to develop an agile evolutionary architecture which allows delaying unnecessary technical decisions until the time it’s safe to make them. MicroProfile features will get us started quickly. Start simple and easily refactor to improve the important parts later. Open source implementations of MicroProfile like Payara Micro add further flexibility; it can range from simple messaging to Apache Kafka or Amazon SQS for high performance messaging; from simple config files to distributed config. Come to learn how to think flexibly and adapt to the future.In a live demonstration, you’ll see how an example application can be evolved gradually to deliver business value quickly and how to add new features later. You’ll learn how to evolve the application according to changing requirements without creating a ball of mud in the future.

Evolving a Pragmatic, Clean Architecture  - A Craftsman's Guide

Evolving a Pragmatic, Clean Architecture  – A Craftsman’s Guide

Thursday, Mar 28, 2019, 5:00 PM

LONDON, london
london London, GB

674 vJUGers Attending

This is a virtual Meetup occuring at 5PM UK time (GMT). The live session will be broadcast on https://www.virtualjug.com. Just click to join when the time comes! The recording will be available immediately afterward. Here’s a timezone calculator: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Evolving+a+Pragmatic%2C+Clean+Architecture+%C…

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Una vista comprehensiva a Eclipse MicroProfile y Java EE

Grupos de Usuarios de Java de Barranquilla tiene el gusto de invitarlos a la primera charla “Una vista comprehensiva a Eclipse MicroProfile y Java EE”.  Donde se explicara todo con unas bases de MicroProfile y Java EE a la hora de Desarrollar. Tendremos 2 horas de sesiones técnicas y ejercicios prácticos. SpeakersFabio Turizo(@fabturizo (https://twitter.com/fabturizo)(https://www.linkedin.com/in/hansospina/)).Fabio Turizo Software Engineer offering over 6 years in the IT industry with a focus on software architecture and development. Oracle Certified Professional and Specialist in Java SE and EE platforms and currently on preparation for a Master in JEE architecture. Certified Scrum Master and PSP Developer, with an extensive know-how in Agile SW Architecture, CMMI for Development, Enterprise Integration Patterns, HTML/JavaScript development and good project management skills in software development and maintenance.

Special Event: Java 12 Launch @ Oracle HQ Redwood Shores

Special Event: Java 12 Launch @ Oracle HQ Redwood Shores

Thursday, Mar 21, 2019, 5:30 PM

Oracle Conference Center
350 Oracle Pkwy Redwood City, CA

73 Java Developers Attending

Special event with the Java team at Oracle HQ and the San Francisco JUG https://www.meetup.com/sfjava/ 5:30-7:00: Socializing & Food 7:00 – 8:30: Presentation and Q&A (20 Min) Georges Saab (VP, Java Platform Development) JDK: State of the Union In the past two years, Java have changed in three ways that we never have before: The platform has been m…

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Celebrating the Java 12 Launch - Shaping the Future of Java, Faster!

As you should already know, the Java SE Platform and the JDK have moved to a rapid, six-month release cadence, with Java 12 launching on March 19, 2019.  Come celebrate this release with an overview of what’s new, and see a deeper dive on some of the new features such as switch expressions and the new GC enhancements.  We’ll also take a peek at some of the features under development at OpenJDK for future releases and discuss when we might see them in production!Photo by Christopher Czermak on Unsplash

Workshop: Java.Next: Keeping up with Java

As of Java 9 we’re getting a major Java release twice a year. Gone are the days of big Java releases that took 3 or 4 years. It’s more important than ever to keep up with Java! Java 11 and beyond are already available, but you’re most probably still developing on Java 8. Looking at Oracle’s Java 8 r