Last call!

JAX Finance 2015: talk proposals due!

JAXenter Editorial Team

The JAX Finance 2015 call for papers ends this week. If you want to share your expertise in programming for financial enterprises, now’s your chance!

Have you heard? JAX has announced the first London conference dedicated to technology in finance. And you (yes, you) are invited to participate.

Submit your talk proposal today!

Expert sessions from all walks of IT and fintech are welcome. But hurry – the JAX Finance 2015 call for papers ends tonight (Monday, January 12)!


It takes just a few seconds to submit your talk on our three-step call for papers tool.

Fintech know-how

Having officially entered mainstream IT vocabulary in 2014, Fintech is earmarked to be a major industry trend in 2015. And this means that fintech developers will have their knowledge more tested than ever before.

As conference chair Sebastian Meyen recently explained, “the financial industry is probably the most demanding customer of information technology. Speed, availability, security, robustness – these are more than crucial in this industry.”

That’s why it needs its own, dedicated conference, not just to ensure security and speed for banks, traders and insurance companies, but also to enhance our intelligence in fintech innovation.

JAX Finance 2015

The JAX Finance 2015 will take place in the heart of London’s finance district, in the Barbican Center. The conference covers all JVM based technologies, frameworks and tools relevant to fintech, while also covering numerous other topics from beyond the Java world, such as low latency, complex event processing and more.

Here are just a few of the topics to be covered at the JAX Finance 2015:

  • Business IT Alignment & Domain Experts
  • Core Java & Programming
  • High Speed & Low Latency
  • Software ArchitectureFIX & Messaging
  • Distributed Systems & System Integration
  • Complex Event Processing
  • Continuous Delivery & DevOps
  • Data Access & Storage
  • Security
  • Big Data
  • Modernization & Innovation

We look forward to receiving your proposals!

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