JNation special event in Farfetch Porto office

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Next week on April 15th at 18:30, we are hosting in Farfetch a special event in partnership with Porto JUG, promoting JNation conference.

We have two amazing sessions planned:

Flutter: a revolution in cross-platform development

In a world full of cross-platform frameworks promising a faster and productive development of demanding and complex applications. Google's open-source framework - Flutter - promises to go a step further amongst its competitors.
With Flutter, you can use Google's rich Dart language to produce and speed up your mobile cross-platform apps maintaining a single code base for both Android & iOS, whilst offering top tier tools out-of-the-box. This results in an app that follows each platform's look & feel guidelines, without compromising performance.

Miguel Pereira Ruivo is a Flutter developer, working at Present Technologies. He graduated as a Software Engineer from ISEC - Coimbra Institute of Engineering - and have soon become particularly interested in mobile development with a keen interest in its architectures and technologies. Hence, he soon started working with Android & iOS native SDK, being currently entirely devoted to Flutter Google's framework.

GraalVM and MicroProfile: A Polyglot Microservices Solution

Microservices need to support many programming languages, requiring both a language-agnostic network protocol and a polyglot runtime environment. In addition, microservices written in one language may need to use APIs written in some other language. Using the MicroProfile conference sample architecture implemented as a polyglot solution (Java, JavaScript, Python) on GraalVM, this presentation demonstrates how MicroProfile JWT, MicroProfile Metrics, MicroProfile Rest Client, MicroProfile Health Check, and more can provide architecture-level interoperability across concerns. Attendees interested in creating a polyglot solution on GraalVM compatible with MicroProfile will get a demo-heavy introduction with occasional dives into the code and leave with read-to-run samples in GitHub.

Roberto Cortez is a professional Java Developer working in the software development industry for more than 10 years. Mostly working with Enterprise technologies, he is involved with the community to help other individuals to spread the knowledge or just to hang out and share experiences. Working as a Freelancer gave him the freedom to travel around the world and speak at conferences like JavaOne, Devoxx, JFokus, GeeCon, Devnexus, and others. He is also the leader of the Coimbra JUG and founder of the JNation Conference in Portugal. Currently, he is working with Talkdesk. When he is not working he spends most of his time hanging out with friends, playing computer games and with his family.

See you there!