Spring 5 will debut it’s support for reactive programming. It’s due to integrate an MVC-like component model adapted to support reactive processing and a new type of web endpoint, functional reactive endpoints. In this talk, we’ll look at the basics of the reactive streams initiative, the new Netty-based web runtime, functional reactive endpoints, data access, […]

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Kotlin is what Java 9 should have been if it was written from scratch. The goal of this session is to introduce audience to Kotlin programming language. The session is mostly live coding demo based on small programming problems written in Kotlin. It starts with “hello world” and continues to more complex examples ending with […]

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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit — past, present, or future — to this open Q&A session. Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance […]

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At a time where everyone is worried about the technological singularity, the advent of machines, and the takeover of the world by the connected fridges… a complete field of computer science struggles and resists with all its forces to prevent the end of the world. This field, that absolutely needs to avoid the perfect AI […]

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Computers built with quantum technology (a quantum computer) may fundamentally change what a computer may be able to accomplish. Many problems are so complicated that even the fastest supercomputer would currently take millions of years to provide an answer. Optimising financial transactions, machine learning, creating new medicines, understand protein folding and breaking codes are just […]

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David Schmitz is speaking at Voxxed Days Vienna about failure. Specifically, he offering advice on how to fail at microservices, everyone’s favourite buzzword. We asked him for more insights into how this is possible. What’s the quickest way to sabotage a microservice? Good sabotage is not about being quick. You need to be insidious, otherwise […]

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Michael Hüttermann is giving an interactive demo at Voxxed Days Bucharest, ‘Visualizing Bintray operations, with the Firehose Event API and the ELK stack, on Docker’. We caught up with him before the talk to ask how he choses his stack and more:   How do you go about choosing the toolchain for your projects? The […]

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Patroklos Papapetrou is speaking at Voxxed Days Bucharest about code reviews: specifically what he learnt doing 2400 reviews in 6 months. He is also the organiser of Voxxed Days Athens. Patroklos shared some of his code reviewing experiences with Voxxed.   I did my first “official” code review 5 years ago. I was excited by […]

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By Mikhail Selivanov – Freelance Software Engineer at Toptal Java is a programming language that was initially developed for interactive television, but over time it has become widespread over everywhere software can be used. Designed with the notion of object-oriented programming, abolishing the complexities of other languages such as C or C++, garbage collection, and […]

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At Voxxed Days CERN, Josh Long‘s gave his talk on Cloud Native Java, which he is giving again at Devoxx US 2017. This is an extract of the early release version of Josh Long and Kenny Bastani’s book: Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry. The extract is published on Voxxed […]

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