See Michiel Rook speak at JAX DevOps on 4 April 2017 in London!

The Strangler Pattern in practice

We’re very excited for Michiel Rook’s talk at JAX DevOps. Here, he explains the strangler pattern and how it can be applied when rewriting a large, legacy code base. (No serial killers, we promise!)

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What are the top trends in databases in 2017? What are the hottest data processing technologies and which ones have been left out? The answer lies in our annual JAXenter survey. Eager to see the results? Then let’s waste no more time.

Unleashing the extreme power of today’s CPUs with a stream-oriented architecture

Financial portfolio management with Java on steroids

Unleashing the extreme power of today’s CPUs with a stream-oriented architecture! Marcus Gründler’ JAX Finance session will show you how to achieve speed improvements of a factor of 100-200 times compared to classic object-oriented design.

Interview with Randy Vanderhoof, executive director of the Secure Technology Alliance

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