Java Keynote

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Java KeynoteJava continues to innovate the application world around us. Through continued modernization Java offers developers an innovative language and platform to create the next generation of rich, scalable, and secure enterprise applications. In this keynote, recognized Oracle executive and engineering experts will highlight ongoing Java technology enhancements and showcase how developers can improve and accelerate application innovation, development and deployment especially for the cloud.Building the Future of Data with JavaData is driving a revolution across every technology and every industry. Michael Greene, vice president and general manager of System Technologies and Optimization in Intel’s Software and Services Group, will discuss how Java, together with Intel technology, is critical to this transformation. He will share various examples and uses of Java in connection with emerging technologies, such as persistent memory, illustrating how they’ll shape the future of data driven development and computing.

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Refactoring to Functional Style

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In Java we’ve programmed with the imperative style for a few decades now. With Java 8, we can also code in functional style, which has several benefits: concise code that’s more expressive, easier to understand, and easier to change. But the transition from imperative to functional style is a hard journey. It’s not as much an issue of getting comfortable with the syntax–it’s the challenge of thinking functionally. What better way to learn that transition than taking imperative code and refactoring it to a more functional style. This presentation starts with multiple code examples written in imperative style and shows how to approach refactoring them to functional style.

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Streaming Solutions for Real-Time Problems

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The world is going “real-time” and constantly producing what’s popularly known as streaming data, which falls somewhere in the middle of request/response and (offline) batch systems. Think about the millions of events flowing in per second. How would your applications consume and process the data and make the insights readily available to end users and other systems in real time–all this in a low-latency, large-scale, fault-tolerant manner? This demands a new kind of architecture, and a niche breed of distributed platforms has sprung up to tackle these problems. In this session, the speakers present their take on building such a system with Apache Kafka, Kafka Streams, and Redis.

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Preventing Errors Before They Happen

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Are you tired of null pointer exceptions, unintended side effects, SQL injections, concurrency errors, mistaken equality tests, and other runtime errors? Are your users tired of them in your code? This presentation shows you how to guarantee, at compile time, that these runtime exceptions cannot occur. You have nothing to lose but your bugs!

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Baking a Java EE 8 Micro Pi

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Microservices are already a popular architecture for new applications, particularly with the modern need for applications to be cloud-native and light enough for the Internet of Things. One of the key challenges of breaking up monoliths into microservices is orchestration. This tutorial looks at some of the brand-new features and APIs in Java EE 8 that can help and presents an interactive Raspberry Pi-based demo that shows how easily messaging can be made cloud-ready with JCA connectors.

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How to be anonymous on the outbound connections of your nas

Challenge

You want some privacy on the internet highway for outbound connections of your nas. The reasons can be varied. Some want to just have some privacy.
Some want to download the movies and series they can not get legally. Some want to test stuff with different IP addresses. Lots of reasons out there

This article explains how you can make this happen on a Synology Nas and the reason why
this solution was chosen above other possible solutions…

Be warned! This is a very technical article and not for the faint of heart :-)

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