Sessions

Christopher Judd
Java 9, 10 & 11 Workshop [Full-Day Workshop]
Christopher Judd

With the quick moving 6-month Java train releases, you like many Java developers and organizations may have remained on Java 8 waiting for the next Long-Term-Support (LTS) release. Well, Java 11 is here so it is time to begin the adoption and upgrading. Java 9 was a HUGE release with many impactful

Room: Oaks
Topics: Application Development
Tags: Java

Richard Roda
Learning to Love the Lambda in the Stream
Richard Roda

Are you new to Java 8 and Lambdas? Wondering what all the fuss is about? In this session, we will introduce Java Lambdas, Functional Interfaces, and how to put it all together with Java 8 Streams.

Room: Hialeah
Topics: Application Development
Tags: Java

Todd Nussbaum
Essential JWT
Todd Nussbaum

Working with RESTful services, and wondering how to secure them? You aren't alone. No one solution works everywhere, but JSON Web Tokens provide a simple and flexible solution for a lot of use cases. JSON Web Tokens are stateless, do not require cookies in the browser, and do not require CSRF pro

Room: Keeneland
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Java; Security

Austyn Hill
Alan Galloway
Board Game Break With The Software Guild
Austyn Hill; Alan Galloway

Join The Software Guild for an exercise in creative problem solving, logical thinking and friendly competition - not through programming, but board games! Louisville's finest coding bootcamp brings you an opportunity to refresh your mind and get a bit of fun in your day. Learn about what makes our

Room: Pimlico
Topics: Soft Skills;
Tags: .NET; Career Development; Development Practices; DevOps; Java; Other; Soft Skills

Todd Nussbaum
"Criminal Minds" meets the JVM: an intro to profiling
Todd Nussbaum

Angry, belligerent applications can ruin your day in a hurry. They kill functionality at the most inopportune times, and figuring out what happened can be a difficult chore. Is it a memory issue? A CPU issue? A threading issue? Knowing how to profile your application can make this triage task a muc

Room: Park Suite
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Development Practices; Java; Performance

Eric Hayes
Waleed Ahmed
Get in the Forest – How to manage change
Eric Hayes; Waleed Ahmed

How many versions of data do your users need? Join us in a technical deep dive of how to build a solution to allow users to collaborate and model change. #WeightedEventForestFramework

Room: Pimlico
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Java; SQL

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