Devoxx Ukraine 2018
from Friday 23 November to Saturday 24 November 2018.
Big Data Technical Leader Senior Java Consultant, Architect and Mentor Leading and consulting spark projects with Java, Scala and Python Leading microservices projects with Spring, Spring Boot, Spring cloud e.t.c One of the best speakers of JEEConf, Javaday, JPoint, Joker
< Music from your favorite Sherlock Holmes TV show plays in your head >
"Sherlock, why isn't anything working again?"
"Elementary, my dear Watson! First, you're trying to run Spring 5 on Java 7. Second, after using Groovy for a couple of months you no more appreciate semicolons. Third, your laptop's battery has died".
Yes, this talk will be uncommon. Holmes and Watson are going to solve several riddles, which you may have already come across, are looking at now or will come across during your development routine. There won't be any bytecode or the intestines of the garbage collectors, but there will be tools, libraries, and frameworks, which perplex common developers in their routines and lead to downtimes, screwing up deadlines, and prolonged depressions. Practically, in this talk, Holmes and Watson will save you from facepalms and traps that others have already experienced.
No more puzzlers in Java, we thought — and then Oracle decides to bring in new ones every six months! Mwahaha, hold tight, developers, fourth season seems to be the trickiest one!
In many conference talks, you see a speaker from a renowned tech company stand up and describe a perfect utopia of an environment. You look at the perfect environment and dedicated hordes of senior engineers they describe, and you despair of ever getting to that point. Your environment looks nothing like that.
Surprise-- their environment doesn't really look like that either! In this talk, a speaker from an unnamed tech unicorn describes their amazing environment-- and then what they just said gets translated from "thought leader" into plain English for you by an official conference2reallife translator. Stop feeling sad-- everything is secretly terrible!