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Predavanja Java na MakeIT 2019.

Marek Kratky

Building Java Microservices Applications on Oracle Cloud


Marek Kratky
Oracle Czech Republic

Java is one of the main tools for creating enterprise applications, thanks to a series of standards and specifications whose implementations have allowed us to manage crucial aspects such as transactions, security, scalability, concurrency, and management of components.

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Vedran Pavić

Dockerizing Spring Boot Applications: Makings of a Better Docker Image


Vedran Pavić
Infinum

Spring Boot and Docker have been with us for over 5 years now - and with both becoming immensely popular in their respective domains, they are not only considered the future, but also the present.

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Mads Opheim and Rustam Mehmandarov

IoT powered by Microprofile – Microservices in practice


Mads Opheim and Rustam Mehmandarov
Computas

We are going to show you what happens when the management lets enterprise Java developers and architects decide how we can control the IoT devices in our new office. While it's easy to figure out why Microprofile is cool, it's harder to see how to get in your project.

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Gregor Petrin Kraškovic

Izbrana orodja za SQL-centričen razvoj JVM aplikacij


Gregor Petrin Kraškovic
Razum d.o.o.

Ali prehitro posegamo po orodjih, ki nam skrijejo bazo podatkov? ORM orodja za nas v ozadju velikokrat izvajajo "magijo", katere smo včasih sicer veseli, a ta magija nam zna tudi kaj hitro pokazati svojo temno stran.

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David Delabasse

JVMs in Containers: Best Practices


David Delabasse
Oracle Corporation

JVMs and containers are like fries and ketchup: better together! The JVM is a robust and mature platform that hosts Java and a myriad of other languages. Using container technologies is now the de facto way to deploy applications.

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Gautier DI FOLCO

Lessons learnt from going reactive with Reactor


Gautier DI FOLCO
Linagora

Apache James is a mail server with a long history. A huge part of it's work is to deal with Inputs Outputs (IMAP, SMTP, Jmap, Cassandra, RabbitMQ, AWS S3, and so on), in order to speed up James, lots of parallelism have been introduced.

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Anamarija Talijanac and Irena Kezić

Set up a reliable, high performant distributed messaging infrastructure with Kafka


Anamarija Talijanac and Irena Kezić
IBM Hrvaška

As the world has gone mobile, it has become mandatory to make data available in real-time. The need for hyper-fast distributed, partitioned, replicated commit log service will only grow.

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Tadej Justin

SloTex - odprtokodno ogrodje za obdelavo slovenskega naravnega jezika


Tadej Justin
Medius d.o.o.

Visokotehnološka podjetja dandanes s pridom uporabljajo jezikovne tehnologije v produkcijskih poslovnih okoljih. Jezikovne tehnologije so vgrajene v aplikacije, ki omogočajo obdelavo velike količine podatkov.

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Kostis Kapelonis

Software Testing antipatterns


Kostis Kapelonis
Codefresh

In this presentation, we will see a list of common pitfalls when it comes to software testing.

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Dmitry Vinnik

Stress Driven Development, and How to Avoid It


Dmitry Vinnik
Salesforce

When was the last time you took a day off? How many times this week have you worked overtime? These questions are related to one thing we all experience on a daily basis - stress.

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Guillaume Smet

Taming GraalVM with Quarkus: booting Hibernate ORM in 30 ms


Guillaume Smet
Red Hat

Microservices, rapid scalability & high density deployment platforms like Kubernetes require apps with low memory usage and fast boot time. Java had been the outsider due to its focus on throughput at the expense of CPU & RAM.

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Ivan Delić

Warp speed microservices with GraalVM


Ivan Delić
Oracle Croatia

We will explore the highlight from Oracle - GraalVM. GraalVM enables the warp speed for microservices and we will demo it.

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Frank Lyaruu

Waste no thread: Reactive SQL Drivers are coming!


Frank Lyaruu
Dexels

We’ve been using JDBC to access our SQL databases for decades, but JDBC is a blocking API. Blocking API’s can be problematic at times, and after years of promises, a ‘nonblocking JDBC’ is on the horizon.

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