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JAX London 2017 program is now LIVE!

JAX Editorial Team
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JAX London is back again in October! This year’s program is bigger and better than ever. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the awesome sessions, workshops, and keynotes that are already scheduled. Buy your ticket now and save up to £400. Our Very Early Bird sale ends on July 27!

Are your calendars marked for JAX London this year? Meet us in London on October 9th-12th, 2017 for a conference you’ll never forget. Our goal is to bring together the world’s leading JAVA, JVM experts and innovators to share their ideas and experiences. This year’s JAX London is shaping up to be a can’t-miss event!

The program this year is jam-packed with fascinating sessions, useful workshops, and even an interesting keynote speech or two. Mingling time is even built into the schedule with events for networking and collaborating.

8 Tracks – no music, just awesome

Attendees this year at JAX London can choose between eight separate program tracks. There’s something for everyone with cool talks on everything Java. Check out the individual tracks to see some of the sessions already planned! It’s hard to choose between all of them, but we’ll have some pointers available as we get closer to October.

Software Architecture & Design

Building software is hard. Especially now that we are shifting towards new paradigms such as the cloud, serverless architectures, or highly available and resilient systems. In the Software Architecture & Design track you’ll learn how to handle today’s technology challenges and gain insight into the dos and don’ts, ups and downs of modern software architecture. Caution: Since good software architecture relies on working communication, there will be soft skills in this track.

Microservices

Microservices have metamorphosed into a state-of-the art way to reduce unnecessary complexity in modern enterprise systems. In addition to that, they make deployment and agile development much easier. In JAX London’s Microservices track you will discover sessions about microservice virtualization in the 21st century, how to maximize development productivity and minimize mistakes, as well as how to develop microservices with aggregates. Is the future asynchronous? Can you automate your data center with containers? Is the serverless cloud a fad or a buzzword? Let’s discover that together.

Java Core & Languages

Java and the JVM are the heart and the soul of the Java universe; with this track we dive right into the depths of Java programming and we offer you a glimpse of what’s to come with future Java versions. The goal is to help you enhance your skills — whether it’s about learning new tricks, designing an open source library in Java 8 or rediscovering the joy of being a software engineer. Choose your weapon wisely and join JAX London on a journey to the core of Java.

Cloud & Modern Infrastructure

Application developers have entered a new era with the advent of cloud technology. After decades of being isolated, it’s now vital for developers to integrate the relevant architectural structures like containers, cloud platforms, and going serverless into a modern tech infrastructure. New tools are added by the day to the developer’s toolbox, from deployment and security to monitoring and management. This track is all about these new platforms and tools, and it is tailored for the experienced Java developer and software architect.

Agile & Communication

Agile methodologies in software engineering have been brought into the mainstream. They are the reason why teams are much more powerful, but with solutions come new challenges that need creative solutions. At the same time, the agile virus is infecting more and more departments of digital-oriented organizations —its reach has exceeded the boundaries of software engineering and can now be found in a plethora of industries. Do you know what it means to create an agile company culture and promote agile values? We’re offering you a sneak peek into the changes that have shaped the corporate culture and a helping hand with the process of becoming fully agile.

Big Data & Machine Learning

Application developers have entered a new era with the advent of cloud technology. After decades of being isolated, it’s now vital for developers to integrate the relevant architectural structures like containers, cloud platforms, and going serverless into a modern tech infrastructure. New tools are added by the day to the developer’s toolbox, from deployment and security to monitoring and management. This track is all about these new platforms and tools, and it is tailored for the experienced Java developer and software architect.

DevOps & Continuous Delivery

DevOps’ transformative power derives from the fact that it’s simultaneously occurring on a technological, procedural, and cultural level. Aligning business, development, and operations leads to extraordinary new heights of high performance and agility. Get deep insights in the lessons learned from the pioneers of the DevOps movement!

Emerging Technologies

Get into the latest technologies that are shaping our industry’s future. Emerging Tech Day offers the opportunity to learn more about the principles of Blockchain, get first-hand experience with cutting edge tools and tech, and hear exciting insights about the newest breakthroughs in tech from AI to ML.

Keynotes

Interested in some of the keynote speeches? Here are two that are scheduled for JAX London this year!

We’re heading towards a future full of different blockchain ecosystems for different purposes. Brian will explain what blockchain is, Hyperledger’s role and its incubated projects, as well as use cases. This talk will look at the importance of open collaboration, and how Hyperledger is aimed at bringing that dynamic to the blockchain community, so that developers can spend less time worrying about the plumbing and more time building new products and services.

What happens when things break? What happens when software fails? We regard it as a normal and personal inconvenience when apps crash or servers become unavailable, but what are the implications beyond the individual user? Is software reliability simply a business decision or does it have economic, social and cultural consequences? What are the moral and practical implications for software developers? And when we talk of ‘systems’, are we part of the ‘system’? What about the bugs on our side of the keyboard?

In this keynote we will explore examples of failures in software and its application, and how they affect us at different scales, from user to society.

Interested? Then head to the JAX London website for more information about other sessions, speakers and ticket prices, and what perks are included with admission.

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