Java 11 HTTP Client / Java 9 Platform Module System (JPMS)
On the 20th December 2018, we're going totally Java. The talks will be presented by Oracle's Chris Hegarty and Workday engineer and DubJUG member Anton Balaniuc.
Check out the full talk abstracts below. The Dublin 2 venue is revealed on booking. .
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19:00 - Java Platform Module System
The Java Platform Module System (former Jigsaw project) was released in September 2017 as part of Java 9. It is probably one of the biggest changes in Java world so far. Modularity provides a higher level of aggregation above packages. It is a new technology in an engineering toolbox which helps to build an maintainable software. This talks will give you an overview of JPMS: What is a module? How to create one? How to deal with dependencies and other aspects of modules with multiple demos. After this talk you will be able to create your own modular Java application.
Hailing from Moldova, Anton is presently a senior engineer at Groupon where he is responsible for system improvement and refactoring, as well as implementing new features. He is an Oracle Certified Associate and Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 8 Programmer and has expertise in Java and PHP.
Find Anton on Twitter @anton_balaniuc
20:30 - Java 11 HTTP Client
The new HTTP Client API, incubated in JDK 9, re-incubated in JDK 10, has been standarized in Java SE 11. This session will first provide the background to the API, its history and evolution through JDK 9 and JDK 10, then moving on to the specifics of what has been standardized in Java SE 11. This session will inform the audience how to use the API to perform common tasks like, issuing an HTTP request and receiving the response asynchronously, how to chain asynchronous tasks dependent on the response, and how the API leverages Reactive Streams and can interoperate with various RS implementations.
Chris Hegarty is Networking Lead of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His contributions to the platform include the Java 11 HTTP Client, the Stream Control Transport Protocol API, Windows Dual TCP/IP Stack support, and countless other enhancements in the core libraries . Chris was a key contributor on Project Jigsaw, including Incubator Modules and Encapsulating JDK Internals. He has worked on Java platforms since 2000, and currently leads the Networking group.
You can follow him on twitter at @Chegar999.
About the Oracle Dublin Java User Group
The Oracle Dublin Java User Group, aka DubJUG, is Ireland's oldest JUG serving Java developers in Ireland. Since 2006, the Group has been bringing Java Champions, Java One Rock Stars, and Duke Award winners to Dublin for the benefit of our community of Java software professionals. Oracle is the current Headline Partner.
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