Tonight I will be presenting Going Reactive with Java 8 at the Triangle Java Users Group. Here is the session description: Java 8′s lambdas make building Reactive applications a whole lot easier and cleaner. Through copious code examples this session will show you how to build event-driven, scalable, resilient, and responsive applications with Java 8, [...]
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On November 6th I will be presenting Building & Deploying Graph-based Web Apps at the GraphConnect 2012 conference in San Francisco. Here is the session description: This session will teach you how to build a Graph-based web application with Java, Play Framework, and Neo4j. You will also lean how to deploy the application on the [...]
The recording of my JavaOne 2012 presentation, “Client/Server Apps with HTML5 and Java”, has been posted! In this presentation I walk through the modern web application architecture and how to build Client/Server style web apps with HTML5 and Java. Check it out and let me know what you think!
There are many benefits to schema-less NoSQL datastores, but there are always trade-offs. The primary gift the NoSQL movement has given us is the variety of options we now have for data persistence. With NoSQL we no longer must try to shoehorn everything into a relational model. Now the challenge is in deciding which persistence [...]
This year at JavaOne I’ll be presenting two session and participating in one BOF: BOF4149 – Web Framework Smackdown 2012 – Monday @ 8:30pm Much has changed since the first Web framework smackdown, at JavaOne 2005. Or has it? The 2012 edition of this popular panel discussion surveys the current landscape of Web UI frameworks [...]
JavaZone 2012 was an awesome conference (as usual)! The video of my presentation about Running Java, Play! and Scala in the Cloud is now available. Check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks!