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50 Speakers 2 Days 3 Tracks

On April 17th and 18th, join from anywhere in the world to participate online in Java With The Best

a developer-focused conference that will cover the latest and greatest in the Java scene. 

To be inspired by 50 one-hour talks from industry experts


Amplify your core java skills


Connect the dots between Big Data, Machine Learning and Cloud Deployment with Java


Explore the connection between Java-related frameworks, libraries and languages

Why should you attend?

Receive access to 2 exclusive talks on Java - FREE

Hendrik Ebbers

Sr. Software Engineer

Software Consultant

Principal Cloud Dev Advocate

Developer Advocate

Java Champion

Canoo Engineering AG

Carol McDonald

RedHat

Pivotal

Solutions Architect

MapR Technologies

Bruno Borges

Reza Rahman

Ola Petersson

AMahdy Abdelaziz

Ujjwal Tyagi

Sr Manager / Architect

CapTech

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Chris Seaton

Marcin Grzejszczak

Staff Software Engineer

Adam Bien

Research Manager

Oracle Labs

JavaONE Rockstar, Java Champion

Rossen Stoyanchev

Microsoft

Spring Framework Committer

Squeed

Pivotal

Paulo Lopes

Vaadin

Principal Software Engineer

Netflix

Java Frameworks, Libraries and Languages

3 TRACKS

Regardless of your experience, this track will challenge your knowledge on the core features of the Java language, syntax and modules. We'll cover various tools from deployment and IDEs, to debugging, testing and monitoring. If you're looking to refine your core Java skills, look no further!

Big data and cloud infrastructures utilize Java as a development and runtime environment. We’ll get concrete with tutorials, experiments and evaluations around frameworks for deployment, clustering, building data lakes and machine learning clusters. NoSQL and graph oriented databases will be featured, along with the implementation of ML algorithms over big data infrastructures round out the track.

Big Data, Machine Learning and Cloud Deployment with Java

Deep dive into popular frameworks and libraries used for building applications such as agile, UI and blockchain frameworks. Learn more about languages related to Java and how they can interoperate with each other. Last but not least, we'll cover transpilers from Java to other languages (JavaScript for example), languages compiling to the JRE, and also Java extensions.

Core Java

Carol McDonald - Introduction to Building a Distributed Machine Learning Pipeline for Real Time Analysis of Uber Data using Apache APIs: Kafka, Spark, and HBase

In this talk we will look at a solution that combines real-time data streams with machine learning to analyze and visualize popular Uber trip locations in New York City. You will see the end-to-end process required to build this application using Apache APIs for Kafka, Spark, and HBase.

Rossen Stoyanchev - Web Stack Choices in Spring Framework 5

FEATURED TALKS

In JavaScript applications (Web, Mobile, Node.js), JavaScript clients often need to invoke Java servers through REST Web Services. Testing such invocations to ensure that they are following the API contract and that evolutions will not break the code can be complicated and time consuming. This talk will demonstrate how the clients and the servers can safely interoperate in a typed way, such enabling easier and more robust application development.

Reza Rahman - Java EE 8 and the Open Future of Java EE - What You Need to Know!

In this talk you'll learn how the Spring Framework team made sense of this present day landscape, about the range of new choices available in Spring Framework 5 and Spring Boot 2 for web applications, and of course how applications can make sense and make decisions for themselves.

Java EE 8 has been the most community opinion driven release in the history of the platform. Java EE 8 solidly enables HTTP/2, Server-Sent Events (SSE), JSON and aligning all parts of the platform with Java SE 8. It includes a much awaited security API overhaul as well as a slew of critical updates to APIs like JSF, JPA, JAX-RS and CDI.

Renaud Pawlak - Type-safe Invocations of a JAX-RS API with TypeScript: Application to Data Visualization

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