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  • Kotlin Design Patterns & TBA Java

    Agenda* 18:15 Door opens* 18:30 Food arrives 🍕🍻 (Sponsored by Lunatech)* 19:00 Talk starts* Kotlin Design Patterns by Alexey Soshin* 19:45 short break* TBA Info about Talks Kotlin Design Patterns Design patterns are just missing language features? In this talk we’ll cover how different design patterns from “Gang of Four” are applied in Kotlin. Which…

  • Docklands.LJC: Reactive Systems Java

    We are pleased to bring you the next event of the Docklands.LJC, a group within the main London Java Community that focuses on the developer community in and around Canary Wharf each month. January’s speaker is Dave Farley. Reactive Systems 21st Century problems cannot be solved with 20th Century software architectures. So why is the…

  • 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

  • Spilberg IT Café // Pubquiz Java

    For the first time ever IT Dev Café will host a PubQuiz. Tonight your knowledge and agility on Front-end will be tested. Can you withstand the Cypress(ure) and is Karma on your side? Take Node of this upcoming event and go home with the first price! Do you have what it takes? Join us the…

  • Rethinking stream processing with Kafka Streams and KSQL 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=Processing+Streaming+Data+with+KSQL&iso=20181204T17&p1=136&ah=1). You can tune in to the live session at virtualJUG.com (http://virtualJUG.com/) Join us for live, in-session discussion on our slack space: https://bit.ly/2ramaDW Abstract: All things change constantly! And dealing with constantly changing data at low latency is pretty hard. It…

  • Rolling Your Own: Domain-Specific Languages in Java Java

    Rolling Your Own: Domain-Specific Languages in Java Domain-specific languages (DSLs, or “little languages” as they’re sometimes known) can have great benefits for making your source code more readable, correct, and maintainable and overall provide improvements to the efficiency of the whole team. Everybody has seen and used DSLs before, be it good old SQL, or…

  • Building Microservices Systems with the Axon Platform Java

    Register at: https://bit.ly/2A3bsCU On 18 October, Axon 4 has been released. Starting from this release, Axon is a platform, consisting of the open source Axon Framework and the open source Axon Server. The platform offers a unique, scalable way to build microservices. It allows developers to focus on functionality, with things like the correct routing…

  • Fun with `var` in Java 11 Java

    This is a virtual Meetup occuring at 5PM UK time (BST), here’s a timezone calculator (https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Fun+with+%60var%60+in+Java+11&iso=20181212T17&p1=136&ah=1). You can tune in to the live session at virtualJUG.com (http://virtualJUG.com/) Join us for live, in-session discussion on our slack space: https://goo.gl/ELDDcp Abstract: “Since Java 10 you can use `var` to let the compiler infer a local variable’s type:…

  • Banking in the Cloud: Ultra-High Reliability Architectures Java

    Banking in the Cloud: Ultra-High Reliability Architectures When building the software systems for a bank reliability is key. How do you create a software architecture that provides you with extremely high reliability, whilst still allowing you to deploy code at a reasonably rapid pace? This talk will focus on the experience of Starling Bank, which…

  • Meetup with Java Champions Michael Simons and Christoph Engelbert Java

    DetailsAgenda 17:30 Doors open18:00 Buffet19:00 Going from relational databases to databases with relations with Neo4j and Spring Data20.00 Break20:15 Instan(t)a-neous Monitoring21:15 Drinks About the talks Going from relational databases to databases with relations with Neo4j and Spring Data Relational databases still have many use cases. Either being able to handle complex aggregations of time series,…

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