Dublin Java User Group April 2016
Experiences migrating a GUI from Java/Swing to the Browser
Bridging the Architect-Programmer Divide
This month, join Chris Chedgey (@chedgey) a long time and very experienced Java Architect, as he returns to the Dublin Java User Group.
Built upon a MSc. in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin Chris has over 30 years of experience in commercial software development, notably on large military and aerospace projects in the EU and Canada, including 5 years on the International Space Station Program.
Aside from his role as product manager and developer in Structure101, the company he co-founded, Chris is widely renowned as a tireless advocate for good software structure, and has spoken at dozens of Java and .NET user groups in Europe and the US, and international conferences including JFall, WICSA, Oredev, JavaOne, Houston Techfest, JAX, Javaland, 33rd Degree, JFocus and Devoxx.
Session 1 – Experiences Migrating a GUI from Java/Swing to the Browser
Interlude (Irish Craft Beers courtesy of TechMeetup.space Sponsors)
Session 2 – Bridging the Architect-Programmer Divide
In the second talk Chris will give the new Structure101 IDE-resident visualisation technology discussed in Session 1 its first public airing, and show how it helps developers understand the code in the context of the current architecture, and supports the incremental, top-down disentangling and establishment of architectural constraints from the project-level down into the package-levels, in a way that is now truly understood and useful to the programmers.
REASON TO COME
These two sessions will enhance the Java developer and Java architect's understanding of each others
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