BOF1849 (BOF (Birds-of-a-Feather) Session), Most Popular Java (EE) Q & A--Airhacks.tv Live
During this BOF, I’m going to answer most asked questions about Java, Java EE and Enterprise live from JavaOne. Questions from the audience will have preference. After answering all live questions, I’m going to discuss questions from IRC (#airhacks), twitter and some FAQs. Free beer might be included. See: http://airhacks.tv
[I will try to live stream this session as usual. In worst case I will publish the session afterwards. Does anyone know how to order beer for the audience at JavaONE? Help is highly appreciated]
CON1850 (Conference Session) Nashorn--The "42" For Start-Ups And Enterprise
Nashorn enhances Java 8 with scripting capabilities out-of-the-box. In “standalone” mode Nashorn can be used as debuggable and unit-testable shell scripting / batch replacement. In this session I will present use cases, ideas and solutions for Nashorn usage in server side projects in continuous hacking style. From validation, anti-corruption layers, fluid logic, grids and agents to template engines. Questions during the session are highly appreciated.
CON1851 (Conference Session), From Macro to Micro (Services) and Back--On Stage Hacking With Java EE 7
Pragmatic Java EE 7 applications are lean, fast and come with short turn-around cycles. Java EE 7 on Java 8 becomes the natural choice for micro service architectures not only in the enterprise, but also increasingly for start-ups. In this session I’m going to build, discuss and deploy (on docker of course) a micro service application and discuss the challenges, communication styles and “best practices”. We might end with a Macroservice architecture and so the next hype. Questions are highly appreciated and are going to be immediately answered.
NEW MUC Airport Workshop: Migrating Java Client (Swing / Java FX) to Web Standards