Here is what he had to say about his session …
What sessions are you giving at DevNation ?
1000 years of productivity: The JRebel story (Room 224)
Wednesday 4/16 @ 1:20 p.m.
Developer productivity has always been in focus, and Java, as a platform, has made us very productive to support the needs of businesses. Millions of enterprises run web applications powered by the Java EE platform, but developing them is no small feat. Every UI change in development incurs a wait time of up to 15 minutes and sometimes even longer! JRebel is a tool that tackles the challenge of live application update for the Java EE platform.
What are key takeaways from your session ?
- First and foremost, you will learn about the tool itself – how can you apply JRebel for simplifying development process.
- Learn a bit more about Java platform than you usually would – what are the technical and conceptual challenges for the problem that JRebel is trying to solve.
- Get a though provoking view on the Java ecosystem and how Java tooling works.
What do you find most exciting about DevNation ?
I see it as an opportunity to learn more about the new tools and techniques for Java developers. Looking at the talks, I can certainly tell that I could learn a trick or two at this conference
What sessions are you looking forward to attend ?
These days I’m quite interested in data analytics, therefore I’m looking forward to attend the “Fast and easy data analytics with Apache Spark” by Pat McDonough but also the talk on “How Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana provide real-time” data enlightenment.
I’m also curious about the prospects of OpenShift and PaaS in general, thus I’ll to sneak into OpenShift roadmap session presented by Matt Hicks and Ashesh Badani.
Of course, no conference should miss a talk on performance issues! There will be the talk called “Receipts to analyze common performance issues” by Will Cohen. It doesn’t seem to be quite Java centric, so I’m really curious what will it be about.
Do you want to learn more about how to tackle the challenges of live application update for the Java EE platform ?
Register for DevNation today!