We were very happy to welcome so many old friends, but also new faces. We hope you had a lot of fun and look forward to seeing you again next year! Simply click on the desired talk in the conference planner. You will find the download link "Presentation" on the left under "Documents to download". This year, for the first time, all lectures at the Silverado Theatre were broadcast live online. No matter if you missed a lecture or want to see it again — here you now have the possibility! Our photographer did a great job and captured beautiful impressions of JavaLand Take a look. Take a look at the summaries and reviews by others who participated in JavaLand
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Phantasialand remains a top-notch location, especially when the weather is as great as it was on the 19th of March, when we attended the conference with three Viaboxx team members. Attendance figures increased again in comparison to last year as one could already notice by the parking situation. More than 2, IT specialists and developers attended the conference in its 6th year, which is a new record again. The first Javaland in started with participants. The topics were very divers and often not directly linked to Java, frequently evolving around microservices and cloud, Docker, Kubernetes etc. An exception to the prior statement was a very interesting talk about off-heap memory management, short-circuit streams and other performance related JVM features. One of our team members focused on presentations in the area of team work, motivation and innovation.
Comment 0. In this article, I talk about my impressions from the JavaLand conference. This was my second time at the international conference, which, this year, took place in the theme park "Phantasialand" in Bruehl, near Cologne, Germany, from March 18thth. Additionally, you can download the presentations here , as well as lecture recordings here. In the following post, you can see the presentations I attended, as well as links to videos and talks. Let's get into it. These presentations gave us a lot of information about topics that we did not know, or only partially knew, about.
This year I have the great blessing to be giving the Tuesday keynote. I also am very happy to be teaching a class with my long time training partner Oliver Szymanski. This year we are teaching about Docker and Kubernetes. This post lists my conference session picks. I hope to attend as many of these as possible, but there is so much going on that I may not be able to make it. Take a look at program yourself. This talk promises to take what we all love about TDD and apply it to microservices based architectures. MVC is a great example of what can be done in this new approach to developing the standard for enterprise Java.