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Filmed in front of a live JAXConf audience

The Economies of Scaling Software

Parallelism, load distribution, state management, caching, big data, asynchronous processing, and static content delivery…these are the methodologies that will enable you to build and maintain enterprise-grade Java apps that scale from day one. Learn about all the above as well as leveraging cloud computing and scaling teams in this JAXConf 2013 session with Abdel Remani, open source advocate and platform architect at just.me. Filming courtesy of Marakana – www.marakana.com

Filmed in front of a live JAXConf audience

The Lean Startup for Enterprise Java Developers – Peter Bell

Your boss comes to you with a great idea for some software that’s going to change the world. You develop it, you launch it, and it’s like you threw a party that nobody showed up to. Using certain principles from The Lean Startup like Minimum Viable Product, Validated Learning, and Metrics Driven Development, Evangelist and Hacker Peter Bell will show you how to ask the right questions, as an enterprise engineer, to help you avoid the above situation. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com

Five years of unprecedented success

Talking Git and Github with Tim Berglund

JAX Editor Chris Mayer managed to catch a few minutes with Github trainer Tim Berglund at JAXConf 2013, to discuss the social coding hub’s radical success over 5 years. Tim also reveals his top tips for those who’ve not jumped on board with Git yet, as well as telling us why he loves Git.

Tim Berglund discusses...

JAX London 2012: Complexity Theory and Software Development

Some systems are too large to be understood entirely by any one human mind. They are composed of a diverse array of individual components capable of interacting with each other and adapting to a changing environment. As systems, they produce behavior that differs in kind from the behavior of their components. Tim Berglund discusses the emerging discipline of Complexity Theory that seeks to describe such phenomena previously encountered in biology, sociology, economics, and other disciplines. Beyond new ways of looking at ant colonies, fashion trends, and national economies, complexity theory promises powerful insights to software development. The Internet—perhaps the most valuable piece of computing infrastructure of the present day—may fit the description of a complex

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