11. JUG Bonn Meetup - JavaLand Afterparty mit Andres Almiray und Nicolai Parlog

JUG Bonn
JUG Bonn
Öffentliche Gruppe

cronn GmbH

Joseph-Schumpeter-Allee 23 · Bonn

Wie du uns findest

Haltestelle Oberkassel, U-Bahn Haltestelle Ramersdorf

Bild des Veranstaltungsortes


18:30 - Einlass und Begrüßung
19:00 - Talk #1: Building And Deploying To The Cloud
19:45 - Pause
20:00 - Talk #2: Java After Eight
20:45 - Networking
22:00 - Ende

Dank freundlicher Unterstützung vom Rheinwerk Verlag verlosen wir an dem Abend 2 Bücher!


Talk #1: Building and Deploying Applications to the Cloud

You've setup a project and got it to run on your machine. Now comes the part to deploy, but where, and how? Cloud computing offers the ability to host applications anywhere, anytime. In particular the Oracle Cloud offers a wide range of APIs you can choose from. Particularly from a Java developer’s point of view, the Oracle Cloud Java API is well suited for enabling additional capabilities as plugins to well-known build tools such as Gradle and Maven as well as Java IDEs. In this session, you’ll see what this API is; what capabilities it offers for querying, searching, and deploying to Oracle Cloud; and, finally, a live example of build tools in action.

Setup and configure cloud instances using well-known tools such as Gradle and Maven, no need to learn yet another tool or YAML.


Andres is a Java/Groovy developer and a Java Champion with more than 20 years of experience in software design and development. He has been involved in web and desktop application development since the early days of Java. Andres is a true believer in open source and is a Senior Principal Product Manager at Oracle Corporation


Talk #2: Java After Eight

Many projects are still on Java 8 and yet, in just a few weeks, Java 14 will be out! The small releases after 9 created the illusion of nothing much happening, but nothing could be further from the truth - a lot changes since then that shapes the look of everyday Java code:

- new language features like switch expressions, var, and text blocks
- new APIs like stack walking and the reactive HTTP/2 client
- additions to existing APIs, like Stream and Optional

In this talk, we'll take a simple Java 8 code base, update it to 14, and refactor it to use the new language features and APIs. You'll be surprised how much the code changes!


Nicolai is a Java developer, blogger (http://codefx.org/), author (http://tiny.cc/jms), YouTuber (http://tiny.cc/fx-yt), trainer (http://tiny.cc/nipafx)