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  • Research-Driven Development & Production Profiling: What, Why and How Java

    Research-Driven Development: Improve the Software You Love While Staying Productive: Have you ever wondered which parts of your job you love or hate? Chances are that like most developers you love learning and new problems to solve. You hate monotony and bureaucracy. You’ve probably put strategies in place to mitigate the things you don’t like.…

  • Common Mistakes Made in Functional Java Java

    This is a virtual Meetup occurring at 5PM UK time (BST), here’s a timezone calculator (https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Virtual+JUG+Session%3A+Common+mistakes+made+in+Functional+Java&iso=20180905T17&p1=136&ah=1). When the time comes, you can tune in to the live session at virtualJUG.com (http://virtualJUG.com/) Join us on slack for the live discussion before, during and after the session: https://goo.gl/ELDDcp Abstract: In Java 8 functional style programming was introduced…

  • Pragmatic Event-Driven Microservices and Machine Learning with the Axon stack Java

    Please register here: https://www.meetup.com/Microservices-Amsterdam/events/253580061/ Program18:00 Food and Drinks18:30 Welcome and Introduction18:35 Pragmatic Event-Driven Microservices with the Axon stack by Allard Buijze19:20 Break19:45 Exploring an Axon event store with Machine Learning by Attila Houtkooper and Halleh Khoshnevis20:30 Drinks Trifork and AxonIQ are closely related. Both in business as well as our rich shared history. The Axon…

  • GOTO Night: Microservices Security with Sam Newman Java

    GOTO Nights are super excited to bring to you Sam Newman, author of O’Reilly’s Building Microservices. He is in town delivering a workshop for GOTO Academy NL (places still available, visit www.gotoacademy.nl) and was happy to stop by for a meetup. What a top guy! Its no secret that Microservices are all the rage…and unfortunately,…

  • GOTO Night: Scaling agility at Maersk | CD in a large legacy monolith Java

    GOTO Nights Amsterdam are back in style after the summer break, with international guest Giacomo Parato stopping by to share the digital transformation story of shipping and logistics heavyweight, Maersk. This will be followed by Mike Chernev sharing lessons learned from adopting continuous delivery in a large, legacy monolith. Venue/Host: Trifork AmsterdamCosts: Free of chargeSpeakers:…

  • Monatlicher Stammtisch der JUG Berlin-Brandenburg Java

    Liebe JUG-Mitglieder, wir möchten Euch herzlich zu unserem nächsten Stammtisch, der jeden ersten Dienstag im Monat stattfindet, einladen. Alles weiter kann im unserem Blog unter http://www.jug-berlin-brandenburg.de/ gefunden werden. Viele Grüße Oliver und Jörg

  • Reactive Java & JDK9, 10, 11 and Beyond: Delivering New Features to the JDK Java

    Reactive Java Writing reactive Java services is becoming more common. With Java Reactive Streams becoming part of JDK 9 and Spring 5 including WebFlux, this trend is only going to continue. In this talk, Bartosz will explain how reactive services can help us deliver better solutions on the server side. He will also introduce Reactive…

  • We are all Equifax, Higher Maturity Levels & DevOps with Serverless Java

    We are all Equifax – the data behind DevSecOps In March 2017, hackers took three days to identify and exploit a new vulnerability in Equifax’s web applications. In the post-Equifax world, moving new business requirements (e.g., a non-vulnerable version of Struts2) into production in under three days might just be your new normal. Join this…

  • Erfahrungsbericht von LucaNet: Migration unserer Anwendung von Java 8 zu Java 11 Java

    Liebe JUG-Mitglieder, am Mittwoch, den 22. August 2018 lädt die Java Usergroup Berlin-Brandenburg zusammen mit der LucaNet AG zum Vortrag Erfahrungsbericht LucaNet: Migration unserer Anwendung von Java 8 zu Java 11 ein. === Erfahrungsbericht von LucaNet: Migration unserer Anwendung von Java 8 zu Java 11 === Ab Januar 2019 hat Oracle den kostenlosen Support für…

  • Venkat Subramaniam – Completable Futures: The Promises of the Java World Java

    Agenda* 18:00 Door opens* 18:15 Food & drinks 🍕🍻 (Thanks Codemotion for hosting us!)* 18:45 Talk starts* Completable Futures: The Promises of the Java World by Venkat Subramaniam* 20:30 End of meetup Info about talk Completable Futures: The Promises of the Java World Abstract:Traditionally Java has supported multithreading. Asynchronous programming in Java is a bit…

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