What we're about

The Seattle Java User group has been meeting since the mid-90s in the Seattle and Eastside area. It is geared towards topics related to the Java Virtual Machine and languages which run on it such as Java, etc. Go to http://www.seajug.org for more details.

Upcoming events (1)

Coding with the lights ON - OpenTelemetry from code to prod

Logic20/20 Consulting

Continuous Feedback is a new dev practice, that addresses a gap in the dev-to-prod cycle. While a considerable amount of data is collected about the application and its behavior in prod, very little of that is effectively put to use when we write code.

By using OpenTelemetry, as well as open-source tools and platforms, developers can leverage metrics and traces to challenge code assumptions and develop based on real-world requirements. A continuous, data-driven process can help extend code ownership all the way to production and beyond. Observability, after all, can be about more than pretty dashboards.

This talk is relevant to any Java Developer seeking to understand how to use current observability technologies effectively in a way that can make an impact on the dev process, improve code quality, and detect possible defects faster. We'll explore practical techniques, tools, and practices that can be combined to create a Continuous Feedback pipeline.

Speaker: Roni Dover
Holistic developer and software builder with a passion for development processes and methodologies.
Over the past two decades, Roni Dover was focused on incepting, building, and scaling great products including Torque, an IAC Control Plane, and CloudShell, a platform for 'as-a-service' provisioning of environments.
Currently building something exciting and new at digma.ai

Past events (100)

The Not So Subtle Price of Microservices

VMware Bellevue

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