A festive evening at the Museum of London with Java Champion Simon Ritter

Come and join Java Champion and Azul Deputy CTO Simon Ritter for an evening with drinks and canapes at the Museum of London. Network with other developers and IT professionals in a festive holiday setting, and hear Simon speak about establishing your New Year’s resolutions for Java support in 2019.What Simon will cover in his talk:With two releases every year, we now have faster access to new features than at any time in Java’s 23-year history. Oracle has also made changes to how it licenses the Oracle JDK and has introduced a second binary, the Oracle OpenJDK.  How does this affect your use of Java?  How will you get access to security patches and bug fixes?  In this presentation, Simon will look at the future features of Java and how to make your New Year’s resolutions for ensuring easy continued use of JDK 6, 7, 8 or 11.About the SpeakerSimon Ritter joined Sun Microsystems in 1996 and started working with Java technology from JDK 1.0; he has spent time working in both Java development and consultancy. Having moved to Oracle as part of the Sun acquisition he managed the Java Evangelism team for the core Java platform, Java for client applications and embedded Java. Now as Deputy CTO at Azul he continues to help people understand Java as well as Azul’s JVM technologies and products. Simon is a Java Champion and has been awarded Java Rock Star status twice. Follow him at @speakjava.

Introduction to Reactive Microservices and the MicroProfile

Introduction to Reactive Microservices and the MicroProfile

Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018, 6:00 PM

Kufle i Kapsle Powiśle
Solec 46a Warszawa, al

14 Members Attending

Interested in Java? Then close the year with another Liferay meetup – on the 12th of December we’re bringing you Ondrej Mihályi from Payara. In this presentation you will learn how to create reactive microservices using standard Java APIs and deploy them to Payara Micro. Payara Micro is an enhanced distribution of the GlassFish application server w…

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Federated Learning with DL4J and Gluon

Federated Learning with DL4J and Gluon

Friday, Dec 7, 2018, 10:00 AM

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53 Members Attending

This virtual meetup starts at 10 am in San Francisco, 1 pm in the East Coast, 6 pm in London, 10:30 pm Bangalore, India (Time zone converter – https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20190814T170000&p1=283&p2=179&p3=136&p4=166&p5=438&p6=33&p7=248) Use the following link to find the live event on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ch…

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Payara Platform Latest Release Webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Join Payara engineers for an informative and practical webinar on the recent updates and enhancements to the Payara Platform in the last release (184), including:- A new Health Check to periodically check status received from the MP Health REST endpoint and trigger a notification if status is down.- Ability to autocomplete Asadmin Commands similar to how you can tab-complete commands with Linux/Windows.- Ability to add new security providers and configure the order of security providers in the JVM.- Improved security of endpoints provisioned by MicroProfile APIs.Payara Platform 184 release has 58 Bug Fixes, 10 New Features, 35 Improvements and 9 Component Upgrades.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: How to Keep OpenJDK 8 with Support & Security Updates Through 2024. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Wondering what the January 2019 changes to Oracle JDK mean for your business? Join Senior Payara Services Engineer, Fabio Turizo, for a short, informative webinar and get your questions answered!In the past, most businesses could operate just fine without commercial Java support, thanks to the public availability of security updates and bug fixes to ensure each new version of Java released remained stable over a long period. After January 2019, you’ll need a commercial contract to get timely Java security updates and bug fixes, so either you’ll need to update your JDK every six months OR – you can get a Payara Enterprise support contract which includes access to fully supported builds of Zulu Enterprise OpenJDK 8 with commercial support until 2024. Support customers have access to all bug fixes and enhancements, including backported critical security updates and bug fixes to all supported releases, from Java 7 onwards.Register for our webinar to learn more about:• Oracle JDK release changes and how developers and organizations can continue using/licensing their JDK implementations.• What is Zulu JDK and what can it do for you?• Understanding the benefits of Payara Services OpenJDK support.Submit your questions ahead of time (use the form below or send them to marketing@payara.fish) to ensure we cover exactly what you want to know – there will be a question and answer period at the end of our short presentation.

Virtual Java User Group (London, United Kingdom)

Virtual Java User Group

London, GB
15,913 vJUGers

If you don’t live near an active Java User Group, or just yearn for more high quality technical sessions, The Virtual JUG is for you! If you live on planet Earth you can join….

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Run Programs Faster Everywhere with GraalVM

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018, 12:00 PM
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Fun with `var` in Java 11

Since Java 10 you can use `var` to let the compiler infer a local variable’s type:`var users = new ArrayList()`And that’s pretty m

Oracle Code One | Rogue Wave

Oracle Code One is the most inclusive developer conference on the planet bringing together more languages, technologies, and developer communities than other conferences. It’s an opportunity to join discussions on Java, Go, Rust, Python, JavaScript, R, and more.We’re excited to be part of the technologies that are changing the Java and JVM landscapes. Drop by the Rogue Wave Software booth to learn more about our tools, components, and platforms that accelerate Java development, and services that help organizations create better, more secure applications.

Java Modularity: the Year After

In September 2017 the long-awaited release of Java 9 gave us a new module system in Java. It also kick-started the release-train of frequent Java rele