Am Mittwoch, den 26. September 2018, lädt der E-Post Tech Talk zusammen mit der Java Usergroup Berlin-Brandenburg zusammen zum Vortrag Serverless Java: Challenges and Triumphs, mit Shaun Smith von Oracle, ein.
=== Serverless Java: Challenges and Triumphs ===
Serverless Functions are hot and developer and corporate interest is exploding!
But let’s face it, although Java is one of the most popular programming
languages in the world it isn’t the most popular language for writing
functions—at least not yet. According to James Governor,
“When Web Companies Grow Up They Turn into Java shops” so as
functions become mainstream will Java become the dominant
language for authoring functions? Can it be? In this session we’ll
examine the challenges to using Java for functions and the latest
features provided by the Java platform that address them. We’ll also
dig into the open source Fn Project’s unparalleled Java support which
makes it possible to build, test, and scale out Java-based functions
=== Shaun Smith ===
Shaun Smith leads product management of Serverless technologies at Oracle and is an active member of the open source Fn Project functions platform community. He’s an experienced technical product manager, enterprise framework architect, and software developer active in open source and cloud service development. Shaun is a past committer on a number of Eclipse Foundation projects and is an experienced speaker who has presented frequently at JavaOne, Devoxx, EclipseCon, JAX, and many other developer conferences and user groups around the world.