Recursos de programación de java
Graeme is tasked with enriching Devo’s cloud based logging and security platform with AI and Machine Learning technologies through extensive use of Java. Before Devo, Graeme worked as part of the Applied Physics Research Group in the university of Trinity College Dublin. He brings his diverse experience of engineering for servers, embedded systems, as well as statistical analysis and visualisation tools in a variety of languages, including Rust and C, to his current approach to engineering with Java as part of the Machine Learning team.
Providing realtime Machine Learning evaluation with multiple platform support, including Tensorflow, BigML and H2O, integrating tightly with a high data availability engine and doing so in Java provides a multi-faceted engineering challenge. This talk will introduce you to the current state of engineering for ML within Java, the current landscape as well as insights from real world design and implementation. Finally, we will discuss the promising future for Java as a fluent platform for Machine Learning.
Imagine a world where you can access metrics, events, traces and logs in seconds without changing code. Even more, a world where you can run scripts to debug metrics as code. In this session, you will learn about eBPF, a powerful technology with origins in the Linux kernel that holds the potential to fundamentally change how Networking, Observability and Security are delivered. In this session, we’ll see eBPF monitoring in action applied to the Kafka world as an example of a complex Java application: identify Kafka consumers, producers and brokers, see how they interact with each other and how many resources they consume. We’ll even show how to measure consumer lag without external components. If you want to know what’s next in Java and Kafka observability in Kubernetes, this session is for you.
APIs are the glue that holds our information systems together. If you run more than a couple of apps, having each of them implement authentication, etc. is going to be an Ops nightmare. You definitely need a central point of management, an API Gateway. As developers, we live more and more in an interconnected world. Perhaps you’re developing microservices? Maybe you’re exposing your APIs on the web? In all cases, web APIs are the glue that binds our architecture together. In the Java world, we are very fortunate to have a lot of libraries to help us manage related concerns: rate limiting, authentication, service discovery; you name it. Yet, these concerns are cross-cutting. They impact all our applications in the same way. Perhaps libraries are not the optimal way to handle them. API Gateways are a popular and nowadays quite widespread way to move these concerns out of the applications to a central place. In this talk, I’ll describe in more detail some of these concerns and how you can benefit from an API Gateway. Then, I’ll list some of the available solutions on the market. Finally, I’ll demo APISIX, an Apache-managed project built on top of NGINX that offers quite a few features to help you ease your development.
Una expresión lambda es una función anónima entre llaves. A diferencia de Java, las funciones en Kotlin son ciudadanas de primera clase permitiéndose su almacenaje en variables, pasarlas como parámetros o devolverse desde otras funciones de orden superior. Esto permite que podamos explotar todo su potencial. #KnowledgePills​​​ #Back​ #Kotlin #ExpresionesLambda Descarga nuestras píldoras de conocimiento en formato ficha 👉 ​​​ Síguenos en nuestras redes para estar al día de las novedades: - Twitter: ​​​ - Instagram: ​​​ - LinkedIn: ​​​ - Facebook: ​​
In this talk, Micronaut creator Graeme Rocher, will demonstrate how you can quickly build optimized Microservices with Micronaut & GraalVM Native Image. Attendees will learn how the combination of GraalVM Native Image and Micronaut can lead to efficient, highly performance, and optimized applications that can be perfectly deployed to containerized environments like Kubernetes.
Este panel de discusión es sobre Java. Ponentes: Nacho Cougil - Senior Software Engineer | Java Champion - Dynatrace Anyul Rivas - Senior Software Engineer - Roche Alejandro Moleiro - Platform Engineering Manager - Adevinta Christian Ciceri - Software Architect - Apiumhub Cristina Verdi - Founder - Code Sherpas Temas cuebiertas: - Solid principles - Java Architecture - Docker - DDD - TDD - Legacy Code - Refactoring El público también ha participado, haciendo preguntas, discutiendo cosas.
Este panel de discusión es sobre Arquitectura PHP. Ponentes: Victor Guardiola - CTO as a service - Shoppiday Albert Zaragoza - VP of Engineering - Bitpanda Christian Ciceri - Software Architect - Apiumhub & VYou app Temas cubiertas: Arquitectura hexagonal y PHP PHP funcional Laravel Symfony Best practices DDD TDD Legacy Code PHP vs Java/kotlin El público también ha participado, haciendo preguntas, discutiendo cosas.
Veremos código, no sólo un repaso a las release notes, si no ejemplos prácticos de cómo se usan las distintas funcionalidades de la última versión de Java, y también de los cambios más importantes que han habido en este lenguaje en los últimos años 🤟 En 1 semana se publica la versión estable de Java 18. Han pasado 8 años y aún hay mucha aplicación con Java 1.8. Maria Terensa, eeeeeso no puede ser. Directo con Antón Rodriguez, Principal Software Engineer en New Relic, y más de 10 años de experiencia en el ecosistema Java 🎩 {▶️} Enlaces relacionados ├ 🎥 Suscríbete a CodelyTV: ├ 🐦 Twitter CodelyTV: ├ 💡 Twitter Antón: ├ 🧔🏻 Twitter Javi: ├ 📸 Instagram: ├ ℹ️ LinkedIn: ├ 🟦 Facebook: └ 📕 Catálogo cursos: