SAVE YOUR SEAT NOW!
BRING A JAVA FRIEND
Share this event and bring along a Java friend during this Tech Talk on 05 September 2019.
Sharing knowledge brings us closer, becoming committed experts! So, we hope to meet you in Utrecht during the “after drinks & bites”.
LET’S TALK KNOWLEDGE
Expertise is key. So, learn from the experts to become an expert and broaden your horizon by meeting fellow experts. During our TECHTALK, a Keylaner & an external subject matter expert shares his knowledge with you.
If you want to know more about Product Development, Java, Data & Migration, Agile Software Development? Save your seat and see what we have to share with you. Oh, and there’s pizza too!
The age of waiting three to four years for new Java releases has ended. Since the launch of Java 9, every six months a new version sees the daylight. This is why it’s more important than ever to stay up to date! Chances are high you are mostly developing with Java 8. With Oracle’s roadmap in mind, this won’t be for long. Java 11 is already up and running. So, what do we do now?
WHY YOU CANNOT SKIP THIS TECH MEETUP
During this TECHTalk we take a look at all the newly introduced features since the launch of Java 8. We first discuss Java 9’s new modular system, continue with the local-variable type inference feature (Java 10) and conclude the ‘big feature’ topic with Java 11’s HttpClient API. Besides the big features, we also cover smaller changes within the Java platform since Java 8. After this Talk, you will feel more comfortable to leave Java 8 behind!
ABOUT OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
“Software Architecture is the act of purposely balancing opposing forces. Experience and knowledge are key to ensuring our clients get the software they deserve. As a luminis fellow, I have a strong focus on sharing knowledge both within luminis and externally.”
Sander Mak is an experienced Software Designer and Developer with excellent analytical skills. Additionally, he has experience in being a Technical Lead and Architect during the complete software lifecycle from inception to production. Pushing the frontier on both the backend (event-sourcing, data science) and frontend (for example using TypeScript) every day!
His interests are broad but revolve mainly around the JVM ecosystem. Emerging languages like Scala and TypeScript have his full attention. By following the leading edge of software development he keeps learning and growing. Meanwhile, he contributes back by sharing knowledge at conferences like JavaOne, QCon, Jfokus, GeeCON and more.
His blog can be found at http://branchandbound.net.
PREVIOUS TALKS HE HAS GIVEN
- Event-sourced architectures with Akka (JavaOne 2014, J-Fall 2014, Jfokus 2015)
- The ultimate dependency manager shootout (QCon New York 2014)
- Data Science with R for Java Developers (J-Fall 2013, JavaOne 2013, won a JavaOne Rockstar award for this talk)
more talks and links to videos, checkout branchandbound.net/talks.html
ABOUT HIS BOOK
The Java 9 module system will affect existing applications and offer new ways of creating modular and maintainable applications. With this hands-on book, Java developers will learn not only about the joys of modularity, but also about the patterns needed to create truly modular and reliable applications. Authors Sander Mak and Paul Bakker teach you the concepts behind the Java 9 module system, along with the new tools it offers. You’ll also gain learn how to modularize existing code and how to build new Java applications in a modular way. Understand Java 9 module system concepts Master the patterns and practices for building truly modular applications Migrate existing applications and libraries to Java 9 modules Use JDK 9 tools for modular development and migration.
“You cannot be everything you want to be. But you can be a lot more of who you already are”
Roy is Vice President Product Development, Hosting & ICT at Keylane. He has an impressive track record in both product development as well as in hosting in SaaS oriented standard software companies and an entrepreneurial perspective on building solid strong, cross border teams. He is a thought leader in modern software engineering.
Roy has been in various CTO and R&D management positions at i.e. Ingenico, Redknee and Nokia Siemens. Building and supporting high performance teams across multiple (global) locations and cultures. Transforming teams and organisations to achieve optimal agility while ensuring common goals will be met. Setting the direction while empowering the teams through servant leadership and making sure the individual employees use their strengths in an optimal way.
“THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY” OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
For many of you Global Product Development (GPD) might seem interesting and appealing. And luckily many companies are both developing & selling software in a mogul industry nowadays. But that’s only the bright side of things. When we deep dive in GPD and turn to the dark side we can adress things like; complex product portfolios, offshoring, and not invented here syndrome.
Over the past 10 years Roy has been leading international product development teams. During his talk he shared all his experiences: “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”.