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Anton is a Software Engineer and Product Manager at ZeroTurnaround. Nominated as a Java Champion in 2014. His professional interests include programming laguages, middleware and tooling. Java enthusiast, vim fan, IntelliJ IDEA addict. He blogs at http://arhipov.blogspot.com, speaks at Java conferences, and occasionally writes for RebelLabs at http://rebellabs.org. Anton is deeply involved with GeekOut Java conference and DevClub.eu meetups organization in Tallinn, Estonia. He tweets from @antonarhipov and you can find him at LinkedIn http://linkd.in/aarhipov
Having fun with Javassist
Is your profiler speaking to you?
Ed has worked on a wide variety of client and server side web technologies since 1994, including NCSA Mosaic, Netscape 6, Mozilla, the Sun Java Plugin, Jakarta Tomcat and JavaServer Faces, and most recently, the Servlet specification. Ed has published four books with McGraw-Hill, JavaServerFaces: The Complete Reference (2006), Secrets of the Rockstar Programmers: Riding the IT crest (2008) JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete Reference (2010) and Hudson Continuous Integration In Practice (2013).
What's next for JSF?
JSF 2.2: The Complete Tour
Java EE 7 from an HTML 5 Perspective: JAX-RS, WebSocket, JSON, and JSF
Cagatay Civici is a member of JavaServer Faces Expert Group within JCP, the founder and project lead of popular PrimeFaces Component Suite and PMC member of open source JSF implementation Apache MyFaces. He’s a recognized speaker in international conferences such as JavaOne, SpringOne, JAX, Jazoon, Confess, JSFSummit and many local events such as JUGs. Cagatay is also an author and technical reviewer of couple of books regarding web application development with Java EE.
PrimeTime JSF with PrimeFaces
Rudy De Busscher
Rudy De Busscher is a Java EE Expert who has done several projects with a multitude of technologies, most of the time with JSF in the front. He has given training to many developers and students and has coached various teams. Always explaining state of the art technologies and how you can build applications today for tomorrow. In his spare time he is committer of the PrimeFaces and PrimeUI project and creator of AngularPrime/AngularWidgets, the port of PrimeUI to AngularJS
Extending Arquillian Graphene Page fragments
Agim Emruli is a managing director, software architect and open source hacker. Agim is a long term Spring contributor and also part of the Spring Cloud development team. He has a long term cloud development experience in particular on the Amazon Web Services platform.
Introducing Spring Cloud
Cloud Patterns on AWS
Johannes is Java/J2EE Developer since the early JDK 1.3/Tomcat 4 releases. He's running his company FWD GmbH since 2001 developing & delivering numerous J2EE and PHP applications.
Using Swagger and Spring for documenting & testing your API's and generating client-code
Siegfried Göschl is currently an ASF member, Apache Turbine and JSPWiki Project Management Committee (PMC) member. Over the last 10 years he was also Apache Commons Committer & PMC working on commons-email & commons-exec, Apache XMLRPC commmitter, Apache Isis & JSPWiki mentor and Apache Maven contributor. He became involved with Open Source in 2000 contributing JUnitPP (one of the first JUnit extensions ever), got involved with Maven, confused with Jelly and wrote an Avalon container now being part of Apache Turbine (this makes him to the last Avalonier in this part of the universe). His professional interests are centered around writing server-side Java code, full-text search, performance testing, quality assurance and build management. If there is some time left besides his company, consulting work, Open Source software development and family he helps at the local Java User Group and organizing the next GDG DevFest in Vienna.
Java Image Processing Survival Guide
Alex Göschl is Java developer at willhaben.at for the “Job & Karriere” vertical. He is co-developer for the rebuild of the job platform.
Mastering AngularJS in real world enterprise applications
ConFeed with AngularJS
Containerize your apps and deploy them like a King
Deploy your applications to the cloud using containers
Jason Haley is an architect at Oracle and has been working with object-oriented system software and enterprise Java infrastructure for over 15 years. He lead the development of Oracle's application server EJB container, as well as the Fusion Middleware infrastructure component integration. He now spends his time in the enterprise mobile area of the cloud helping to architect Oracle's Mobile Cloud Service platform.
Getting to Know the Emerging Enterprise Mobile Platform
Bernhard works as a software designer at Zengularity, the company that founded the Play framework, based in Paris. After having written his Master's thesis on scalable architectures using a functional paradigm at the University of Oxford, his work now mainly revolves around that topic as well.
Principles of the Play framework
Jürgen Höller is co-founder of the Spring Framework open source project and has been serving as the project lead and release manager for the core framework since 2003. Juergen is an experienced software architect and consultant with outstanding expertise in code organization, transaction management and enterprise messaging.
Modern Enterprise Java Architectures with Spring 4.1
Johan is working as a Java lead developer / architect and Java trainer at Info Support. He has been working for various demanding companies where rapidly delivering quality software was very important. Currently he is working in a DevOps team in a big financial institution in The Netherlands as Java architect. He likes sharing his knowledge about Java, continuous delivery, DevOps, software quality and numerous other subjects. Johan regularly writes articles and gives presentations about those subject for instance at JavaOne, J-Fall and JavaCro.
Profile any environment with Java Flight Recorder
Run Java applications with Docker on the Raspberry Pi and other platforms
Masoud is author of "Developing RESTful Services with JAX-RS 2.0, WebSockets, and JSON" published in 2013 and "GlassFish Security" books published in 2010. Masoud is author of numerous articles, and quick references all around from Java.Net to Dzone. Since 2001 that he has been working in different software development role he has been blessed enough to work on multiple loosely coupled architecture for high throughput message based systems with JMS at heart and rest of the components forming the stops around the JMS as the main messaging bus. Performance analysis and performance consulting, at architecture, design, code and deployment configuration is another challenge he has put some of his years on dealing with them. RESTful services and use of RESTful endpoints for data integration is one of the other practices he went through for data integration between industry leading software systems, IJC and TIBCO Spotfire during his work at ChemAxon. Masoud has worked on security integration is another area specifically in integration OpenSSO with a solid SOA framework used for developing BPEL flow oriented software systems. currently Masoud is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle and works/ed as lead engineer in design and development of application server and PaaS offerings of ORACLE cloud service on top of both OVM/OVAB and Nimbula virtualization providers.
Real-World RESTful Service Development Problems and Solutions
As an Alliance & Channels Fusion Middleware Specialist Oracle ECEMEA, Jernej works closely with Oracle Partners in the region to grow their business leveraging Oracle Technology. He is focusing on Cloud, Mobility and IoT, the core technologies of the current disruptive innovations. As an expert, Jernej is a frequent speaker on Oracle related events from the Baltic to South Africa.
Enterprise mobile application development with Java
Java at the heart of Mobility and IoT
Mike Keith has been an object-oriented programming, enterprise, distributed systems and persistence expert for over 20 years. He has been an active member of the enterprise Java (Java EE) platform expert group as well as many of the subspecifications that make up the enterprise Java portfolio. He has represented Oracle on numerous other world-wide committees and expert groups and is a reknowned speaker and author, having spoken at close to 100 conferences around the world. His current work is in the area of cloud services and architecting the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service.
Getting to Know the Emerging Enterprise Mobile Platform
Bernhard Keprt studied Information Technology and Telecommunications and specialized on Software Engineering. He worked as a developer and architect, as well as freelancer in many international software projects before. Bernhard is team leader of a software development team at Willhaben.at. As a freelancer, he participates in side-projects.
Continuous Delivery and Deployment
Maintain your Maintainability
ConFeed with AngularJS
Philipp Krenn is running everything database related and the general infrastructure of the Vienna based B2B startup ecosio. When not fighting MongoDB, MySQL, Jenkins, or AWS he is giving NoSQL and cloud computing trainings. In his spare time he organizes the ViennaDB meetup, which covers both relational and NoSQL databases in its monthly sessions. You can frequently find him speak about various topics there or at other events.
How (not) to deploy your application to AWS
AWS Deployment Mechanics
Harald has been a professional Java developer since 1998, and has a long experience developing Java based solutions. Since 2009 he's been a consultant at Bouvet. Harald likes to keep things simple, and will soon get tired of bad user experiences and overly complex UIs (even though he must confess that he might have helped creating such things in the past, if he is to be completely honest). Over the years, Harald has been an active member of the Norwegian JUG; javaBin. He has given various presentations at local user meetups and participating in the planning and execution, as well as speaking at the JavaZone conference. In addition to building Lego, bicycling and listening to jazz, Harald is interested in photography and digital image processing. He has developed a strange affection for obscure file formats. Even though it's getting ever harder to find time to program for fun in his spare time, every once in a while he gets to use these skills for something useful, and write beautiful code. That makes him happy. :-)
Java Image Processing Survival Guide
Iván López Martín
Iván is a Software Engineer and Systems Administrator with 12 years of experience. He discovered Grails 5 years ago and since then he develops almost exclusively using Groovy. He is the creator of Bokzuy.com and some Grails plugins like Postgresql-Extensions and Slug-Generator. He's also the coordinator of the Madrid Groovy User Group (@madridgug) and the co-organizer of the Greach Conference (http://greach.es).
Metaprogramming with Groovy
Bernhard Löwenstein (email@example.com) studied Computer Science and Computer Science Management at the Vienna University of Technology. After over a decade as a Java Enterprise Developer for the Intervista AG in Berlin, he is now working as trainer and consultant for javatraining.at and other organizations. As founder and honorary chairman of the Institut zur Förderung des IT-Nachwuchses he performs age-appropriate robotics workshops for kids and teenagers.
Programming Robots - Cool Toys for the Young, and the Young at Heart
Evening Event - Lego Mindstorms EV3 Competition _Save Alex, the Turtle!_
Roman Mohr lives in Vienna, Austria and is Senior Software Developer at Jollydays. He is involved in various Open Source projects around Docker, Fedora and Jenkins. Before working for Jollydays he worked as Continuous Integration Specialist and Backend Lead Developer of the Severe Weather Warning services at UBIMET.
Mastering Microservices with Fabric8
ELK - BigData for DevOps
Stéphane has a thing for code quality and robustness. He's been spreading the word for more than ten years while developing large scale Java enterprise applications in the geospatial, financial, or logistics sectors. An Apache Maven PMC member since 2006, he joined the core Spring Framework development team early 2014 and focuses on Spring Boot lately. During his free time, he loves travelling around the world.
From Zero To Hero with Spring Boot
Master Spring Boot auto-configuration
Michael is a engineer at Couchbase, Inc. He is the maintainer of the Couchbase Java SDK and responsible for framework integration like Spring-Data-Couchbase. He is very active in the open source community, a core member of the Netty project, and also contributing to various other projects like RxJava. He is interested in everything related to databases, distributed systems and reactive applications. He speaks regularly at conferences or meetups and you can find his blog at nitschinger.at, or ping him through twitter with @daschl.
The Walking Dead - A survival guide to resilient applications
Reactive Programming with RxJava for Efficient Data Access
State of the Art JVM Networking with Netty 4
Václav is a programming enthusiast who develops with pleasure ;-). He's keenly interested in server-side Java technologies, distributed and concurrent systems, modern programming languages and DLSs. He joined JetBrains on a mission to empower developers with top-notch development tools. He's currently involved in the MPS project, developing a projectional DSL workbench and building customized DSLs.
JetBrains MPS - Speaking your language
Michael works as a developing software architect in Germany. For many years he has been consulting various companies on software architectures and -development. Michael is specialized on Spring, Caching and Presentation Techniques. He is an author for Java Magazin and a regular speaker on various national and international conferences.
Anatomy of Microservice Landscapes
Best Practices for Caching
camunda services GmbH
I am co-founder of camunda. But foremost I am software developer and consultant. I am doing BPM for more than 10 years now and committed in various Open Source Process Engines over time. I coached countless BPM/workflow projects and I got totally passionate about the whole "developer friendly BPM" story. When I have some spare time I give talks at conferences or write articles and books (e.g. our Real-Life BPMN book).
Open Source workflows with BPMN 2.0, Java and camunda BPM
Rene Schakmann studied Software Engineering and Business Informatics at the University of Vienna and the Technical University of Vienna with a strong focus on distributed systems and E-commerce. He worked as a consultant, developer and technical project lead with focus on web based systems.
Integration of location based information to adverts
Thorsten is the head of mobile development at willhaben.at and an Android enthusiast. In the past he worked in various development roles on a number of mobile projects, including the Vienna-based startup abalo media GmbH. Before moving to Austria, he was part of the innovation management team at net mobile AG in Düsseldorf.
Cross-compiling with J2ObjC - a closer look
Stefan Schuster Consulting
Mobile Application Development: Native vs. Cordova vs. WebApp
Modern Web-Frontend Development 101: Angular, Less, Bower and more ...
Pivotal Software, Inc.
Christoph Strobl joined the Spring Data Team in early 2014 after spending quite some time as Engineer in telecommunication industry. He’s the project lead Spring Data Solr and currently also keeps an eye on Spring Data abstractions for redis and mongodb. His passion is around design and testing having special interest in search and web.
Boot your Search with Spring
Spring Data Solr
Mark Struberg is a software architect with over 20 years of programming experience. He has been working with Java since 1996 and is actively involved in open source projects in the Java and Linux area. He is Apache Software Foundation member and serves as PMC and Committer for Apache OpenWebBeans, BatchEE, MyFaces, Maven, OpenJPA, BVal, DeltaSpike and other projects. He is also a CDI Expert Group member actively working on JavaEE specifications.
Empowering EE-6 and 7 with Apache DeltaSpike
Apache / Credit Suisse
After his studies at the University of Zurich, Anatole worked several years as a Managing Partner and consultant within both, small and large scaled enterprise contexts. During his work within Credit Suisse he acts as Specification Lead for JSR 354 (Java Currency & Money) and also is the leader of the Apache Tamaya Configuration project and the Zurich Hackergarten.
Go for the Money
A developer at heart, Johannes is working as a Community Advocate for CloudFoundry from his home in Munich. His mission is to spread the word about CloudFoundry and to help people understand and optimize its use. He loves talking about code, architecture, and the new powers brought to the developer by using a PaaS like CloudFoundry. He started working with and for CloudFoundry as an engineer in Boulder, Colorado, on the team responsible for Logging and Metrics. Just recently he moved to Munich with his family and his new mission.
Docker and Cloud Foundry - Shipping Containers into the Cloud
Thomas Wuerthinger is a Senior Research Manager at Oracle Labs. He is the lead of the Graal compiler OpenJDK project and the architect of the Truffle self-optimizing runtime system. Previously, he worked on the Crankshaft optimizing compiler of V8 at Google, and the Maxine research virtual machine at Sun Microsystems. He received a PhD degree from JKU Linz for his research about dynamic code evolution.
Keynote-One VM to Rule Them All
Kai Wähner works as Technical Lead at TIBCO. All opinions are his own and do not necessarily represent his employer. Kai’s main area of expertise lies within the fields of Application Integration, Big Data, SOA, BPM, Cloud Computing, Java EE and Enterprise Architecture Management. He is speaker at international IT conferences such as JavaOne, ApacheCon or OOP, writes articles for professional journals, and shares his experiences with new technologies on his blog (
). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter: @KaiWaehner. Find more details and references (presentations, articles, blog posts) on his website:
NoSQL in Practice - Use Cases for Real Time In-Memory Computing
Mathäus is a Software Engineer focusing mostly on mobile technologies. Besides developing iOS applications full-time for the vienna based app agency Tailored Apps (http://www.tailored-apps.com) he is interested in Mobile Augmented Reality applications as well as server-side applications written in Ruby/Ruby On Rails. For almost two years now Mathäus has been working in cooperation with willhaben.at to support the development of the company's iOS products.
Cross-compiling with J2ObjC - a closer look
Bernd Zuther has a degree in computer science and has been working as programmer and consultant since 2008. He is working at codecentric AG. Bernd has well-grounded knowledge in areas like Big Data, Continuous Delivery and agile software architectures. Furthermore he has solid experience in implementing highly available online shops.
Microservices and Conversion Hunting - How to build software architectures for changeableness
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