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--- This is a FREE full-day event --- Full-stack development (with polyglot programming) is becoming widely prevalent. This meetup brings together language & programming enthusiasts to a) explore languages b) address real-world challenges like debugging and optimizing and c) deal with modern topics like containers and cloud. With expert speakers lined-up, its sure to be an exciting day with lots of learning and networking. Agenda: 10.15AM - 10.30AM - Welcome and Introduction (Walmart & Meetup Organizers) 10.30AM - 11.30AM - MATLAB: Building a Programming Platform for Engineers and Scientists, Michelle Hirsch, Head of MATLAB Product Management, MathWorks. MATLAB is unique among top 20 programming languages in many ways. Foremost, it is primarily targeted at engineers and scientists but scales to professional software development workflows. MATLAB is both a language and a complete platform, providing an integrated development environment, interactive apps that automatically generate programs, and massive collections of engineering- and science-focused functions. Additionally, it is nearly 40 years old, 100% JIT compiled, automatically convertible to embeddable C, privately developed but with a healthy open source developer community, released twice yearly with new versions of 90+ products validated to work together, ... About the speaker: Michelle Hirsch is the head of MATLAB Product Management at MathWorks. Michelle and her team partner with the development leads to drive the strategy and direction for MATLAB. She has 22 years of experience with MATLAB, including 7 years traveling the world speaking with MATLAB users and 8 years in her current role. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2001, she was an acoustician for Boeing. Michelle has a B.S. in physics and mathematics from the College of William and Mary, a M.S. in acoustics from Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware. 11.30AM - 11.50PM - Tea Break 11.50PM - 12.50PM - New Features in Java While Jigsaw, the implementation of the Java Platform Module System, gets the most attention, there are in fact many interesting additions to Java in versions 9 and 10. This talk will review the Jigsaw features and then discuss private methods in interfaces, additions to the Optional class, new Stream methods, and the new "var" type, among other features. If time permits, a demonstration of the new jshell console will be done, as well as extra methods added to the Date-Time API, and other parts of the specification. 01.00PM - 02.00PM - Lunch (sponsored by the host) 02.00PM - 03.00PM - Topic 3 03.00PM - 04.00PM - Cloud and Container Ready Java (Vaibhav Choudhary, Java Platforms Team) Java with all its recent changes are ready for Cloud and for Container. Let’s unfold the story: Performance Improvement Fast startup time Low memory overhead Respective to container boundaries, if any 60 percent theory + 40 percent practical session 04.00PM - 04.20PM - Wrap-up & Networking Sponsor/Host: Walmart Global Technology Services India Pvt Ltd, Sy No, 15/2 & 14, Salarpuria Aura A Block, 1st floor, Kadubeesenahalli, Outer Ring Road, Bangalore –[masked]. Logistics: - The venue can accommodate around 250 people - Basic WiFi network network connectivity will be provided - 2 & 4 wheeler parking is available - For registration desk, please carry a government ID proof

Walmart Global Technology Services

B Block. Salarpuria Aura Building Kadubeesanahalli, Outer Ring Road · Bangalore

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    The purpose of this JUG is to provide a forum to share ideas, discuss and to promote Java and JVM. Anybody with an interest in Java & JVM is encouraged to join. We meet once a month. The meetings will include tech talks on various topics related to Java. In addition to the meetings, we plan to have code jams, workshops and bof sessions on a regular basis. Come, connect and collaborate at the BOJUG home page (https://bojug.dev.java.net/) & the mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/bojug) and be a part of something awesome.

    We are a group of Java JVM developers in Bangalore, engineers (to say the least) we hope to create a thriving Java community in Bangalore. Java being open sourced is easily one of the greatest piece of news in recent memory for us developers. Now, Java will be adopted even more widely than it was. Part of being open source means to build communities. Communities of developers, users, experts and beginners, which are needed for the greater adoption of Java. These communities are the life-line of any open source product, and as users, it is our responsibility to strengthen Java's life-line.

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    Ranganath.S: Ranganath is a Functional programming enthusiast, Haskell newbie, codes on JVM with scala and Java on Distributed systems, Machine learning.

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    Vaibhav Choudhary: Vaibhav works in Oracle (previously Sun) in Java Platforms Group. He is working in JDK for 10 years. His likes working in JVM, Optimization, GC, JIT

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