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Java Money and Currency API (JSR-354) Hackday

Java Money and Currency API (JSR-354) Hackday

Come and join us for a day exploring and hacking on the emerging implementation of the new Java Money and Currency API (JSR-354). We're fortunate to have the JSR specification lead Anatole Tresch from Credit Suisse flying into London for a day, and he is keen to guide everyone through the development of the API and get feedback on the design and usage of the API from real developers.

The new JSR will provide a money and currency API for Java, targeted at all users of currencies and monetary amounts in Java. The API will provide support for standard ISO-4217 and custom currencies, and a representation of a monetary amount. It will support currency arithmetic, even across different currencies, and will support foreign currency exchange. Additionally, implementation details surrounding serialization and thread safety are to be considered.

The hack day will focus around practical experimentation with the API (with the goal of providing feedback to Anatole), creating tests and exploring the Testing Compatibility Kit (TCK). The day will be relatively free-form, and Anatole will provide more details of outstanding work and development requests on the day.

Resources:

Project:

https://java.net/projects/javamoney/pages/Home 

https://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=354

Github: https://github.com/JavaMoney/jsr354-api

Who should attend:

Anyone who is keen to experiment with this emerging Java API. Financial development experience isn't specifically required, but we are especially keen to solicit feedback from developer's who have used similiar money and currency libraries in a financial context.

Please note that attendees should be proficient in the usage of Java, and be comfortable using technologies such as git, Maven and an IDE of their choice. 

Attendees must bring their own laptop with a Java JDK installed (preferably Java 8), and also Oracle's Virtualbox. Please refer to the following links: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html 

https://www.virtualbox.org/

Bio:

Anatole Tresch - JSR-354 Spec Lead

After his studies at the University of Zurich, Anatole worked several years as a Managing Partner and consultant within both, small and large scaled enterprise contexts. As of today Anatole works as a technical coordinator and architect within Credit Suisse and acts as Specification Lead for JSR 354 (Java Currency & Money) and should also drive Java Configuration.

Agenda:

10:00 Arrive at OpenCredo offices (entry via side door - details to be confirmed)

10:30 Introduction by Daniel and Anatole

11:00 Start hacking!

13:00 Lunch

17:00 Wrap-up (although people are free to leave anytime during the day :-) )

OpenCredo specialise in helping companies deliver emerging technologies, and are generously providing the office space and snacks for the day: www.opencredo.com


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  • Daniel B.

    Thanks to all who attended the hackday yesterday! I hope you all had fun (and learned some stuff too!). I know Anatole had some interesting feedback to take away, and I did too (next time we'll double-check the VMs :-) )

    I'll try and put together a blog post with more details over the next week or so, but in the meantime please feel free to get in contact.

    June 29, 2014

    • Aditya S.

      Thanks Daniel and Anatole. Good Event . Liked the idea of the Money Machine with broken tests and the Sandwiches.

      1 · June 30, 2014

  • Manuela G.

    Practical. Useful. Collaborative. Friendly.

    1 · June 30, 2014

  • Daniel B.

    Anatole's introductory slides can be found here http://de.slideshare.net/AnatoleTresch/jsr354-ljchackday

    June 29, 2014

  • Julius G.

    Something's come up; I can't make it. Was looking forward to it. Perhaps next time. Sorry.

    June 26, 2014

    • Daniel B.

      No problem Julius! I'm sure we'll catch up at the next OpenJDK hack day :-)

      June 29, 2014

  • Sanjay

    I was really keen about this but unfortunately I have something other important has come up

    June 26, 2014

  • Mike B.

    Really sorry about this guys, I was so looking forward to it but have to pull out. I'm still working on deadline for software that a client is flying off to an important exhibition tomorrow, having worked last night too to cram it in. One of those "need to go the extra mile" jobs.
    All the best for tomorrow, and please keep me posted re future similar.

    June 27, 2014

    • Daniel B.

      No problems Mike - I'm sure we'll catch up again soon at another hack day :-)

      June 29, 2014

  • Sanyaade A.

    Running a bit late. I may be 30mins late

    see you soon!

    God blesses!!!

    Best regards,
    Sanyaade

    June 28, 2014

  • Aditya S.

    Apologies, I will be late. Around 10.45am

    June 28, 2014

  • Daniel B.

    Hi all, please use the main building sliding glass door for entry at 5-11 Lavington Street tomorrow (and not the CBS building door). There will be someone on security behind the main desk after you walk up the stairs, and you will need to give you name, and mention the fact you are visiting the OpenCredo offices. If you get any problems then please feel free to call me on 07740285439.

    I look forward to seeing everyone who is attending tomorrow!

    June 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    java developer always curious about financial markets.. very curious about the money API

    June 12, 2014

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