JAX London 2019 call for papers open until April 1
Have you got a great idea to share about Java, DevOps, microservices, cloud, or web development? Come be a part of this year’s lineup in London! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2019 conference in October.
It’s that time of year again! We want to hear your thoughts on the upcoming JAX London. We’re officially calling for papers and workshops for one of the premier conferences about Java, DevOps, and the modern web.
JAX London is a four-day conference for cutting-edge software engineers and enterprise-level professionals. JAX brings together the world’s leading innovators in the fields of JAVA, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.
If you have any interesting ideas for a session, workshop, or keynote speech, we’d love to hear about it. JAX London is an equal opportunity organization so all submissions are welcome.
Papers and proposals are due by April 1st. So get cracking!
The basic facts
JAX London dates: October 7 – 10, 2019
Venue: London Business Design Centre
Main Conference: October 8 – 9, 2019
Workshop Days: October 7 & 10, 2019
Call for Papers: callforpapers.sandsmedia.com
Proposal deadline: April 1, 2019
We like to switch up the topics a little every year, to make things more interesting for guests and speakers alike. We’ve kept the topics rather broad, which means you’ll have more flexibility and creativity in coming up with your sessions. We are particularly interested in advancing the idea of diversity in tech and we are looking forward to receiving your input!
The list of the topics includes:
- Java Core & JVM Languages
- Software Architecture & Design
- Cloud, Kubernetes, Serverless
- DevOps & Continuous Delivery
- Data & Machine Learning
- Agile & Culture
- Java & Blockchain
- Inspiring & Noteworthy
Excited? So are we! We are looking forward to meeting you in London to create a conference absolutely no one will forget!
What went down at JAX London 2018
Amazing things. JAX London 2018 was a total success and we all had a blast. Here’s a quick recap of last year’s conference, so you can get a sense of the vibe and the fun everyone had!
Daniel Jones’ keynote speech went of how continuous delivery helps us bring different parts together – you have a shared identity so you also share the same problems. But you don’t have to share your resources because everyone is part of the same project.
“One had a moral responsibility to change unfit processes” pic.twitter.com/L2Zcuo4bRH
— Daniel Bryant (@danielbryantuk) October 9, 2018
During Desy Kristianti’s session, we looked into the importance of API integration. API is the technical interface of the microservices; these two terms cannot be used interchangeably though.
And on Day 2, Andrew Martin gave a rich in information talk on continuous Kubernetes security. Martin pointed out that security fails to keep up with feature delivery and not only in Kubernetes – this holds true for most technologies.
This is just a glimpse at what JAX London has in store for you. Buy your tickets today!