Building modern web apps in Java - with live coding && Oracle JET

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K&L Gates building

925 4th Ave, 4th Floor · Seattle, WA

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Meet us in the multi-purpose room on the 4th floor in the management office through the double glass doors

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AGENDA:
6.45pm - 7pm: Network, Food & Drinks
7pm - 7.10pm: News, Jobs, Info, etc
7.10pm - 8pm: Talk #1, Building modern web apps in Java - with live coding
8pm - 8.45pm: Talk #2, Oracle JET

Talk #1: Building modern web apps in Java - with live coding
In this presentation, we'll build a reactive chat application with an open source Java stack: Spring Boot, Project Reactor, and Vaadin.

The newly released Vaadin 10 is a next-generation web framework for the JVM. Vaadin boosts developer productivity with an extensive WebComponent library, an intuitive Java API, and automated server-client communication - which means you can build web apps 100% in Java.

Speaker: Marcus Hellberg

Marcus Hellberg is the lead developer advocate at Vaadin, helping developers learn about modern web technologies like Web Components and Progressive Web Applications.

Talk #2: Oracle JET
Java developers are being faced with a sea change when it comes to client and server relationships. Whether you like it or not, JavaScript clients are being used everywhere to connect to Java back-end services. What is Oracle doing in this space? Come take a look at the free and open source Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET). Learn how you can quickly stand up a pure client-side UI using beautiful charts and interactive components to consume and interact with your Java based services.

Speaker: John "JB" Brock, Senior Manager, Oracle

JB is a Senior Manager of Product Management at Oracle with over 20 years’ experience working with web application development. He is the founding PM for Oracle JET (oraclejet.org). A two time JavaOne RockStar award winner and co-author of: Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development. JB can easily be reached via Twitter at @peppertech