Past Meetup

5 years Thessaloniki Java Meetup celebration

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i4G Pro

TIF-Helexpo, Ktirio 1, Egnatia 154 Thessaloníki, Greece · Thessaloníki

How to find us

Head to Helexpo entrance of Egnatia. Looking at the entrance, do NOT enter into Helexpo but turn right. After 20 meters climb the stairs to the left and there you are :)

Location image of event venue

Details

We are absolutely delighted to announce this meetup to celebrate our 5th anniversary! Join us at i4G Pro with two special guests.

Vaggelis Spathas (https://www.linkedin.com/in/vaggelis-spathas-2380ab29/), a Software engineer working on java programming at BETA CAE, will discuss "How to analyze your JVM application's performance. Tools and techniques" and Ioannis Kolaxis (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ioannis-kolaxis/), Software Engineer @ Atos will explain how to "Improve the quality of your software in 6 steps"

Here is a non-restrictive schedule of the meetup event
19:00 - 19:10 - Networking / Socializing
19:10 - 19:55 - How to analyze your JVM application's performance. Tools and techniques
19:55 - 20:00 -Short break
20:00 - 20:45 - Improve the quality of your software in 6 steps"
20:45 - 21:30 - Vassilopita, beers, giveaways, presents, socializing, networking

Below you can find the talk abstracts

1. How to analyze your JVM application's performance. Tools and techniques
Where my app consumes all the time? How much it costs in CPU time a current method execution in your production environment? Can there be any memory leak in your app? What is happening with garbage collection and allocation rates? Is there any deadlock?
This talk will focus on techniques and tools for gathering metrics from JVM applications. Using tools like JVisualvm(https://visualvm.github.io/) and Arthas(https://github.com/alibaba/arthas) to measure, analyze and improve our application's performance.

2. Improve the quality of your software in 6 steps
Do your customers keep complaining about bugs in your software application? Does it take you too much time to implement new features?
If you answered yes, then you probably have issues with the quality of your software application. Here are 6 practical steps that you could follow, to improve its quality.