JAX London 2016 Archive

JAX London  is a four-day conference for cutting-edge software engineers and enterprise-level professionals. JAX brings together the world’s leading innovators in the fields of JAVA, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.

2016 Conference Tracks

Below, you find the Sessions of the past JAX London of 2016. We are happy to be able to provide a platform for connecting, learning and teaching about Java & Software Innovation. Hopefully, we’ll have you visiting in 2017 too!

Google Cloud Dataflow: hands-on with real-time data processing pipelines at Google scale

Creating the RIGHT minimal lovable image for your microservice architecture and run it in production.

So what is this functional programming thing…

Developing microservices

Java for Cloud Natives

Designing an open source library in Java 8

Write in AsciiDoc, Publish Everywhere

Developing microservices with aggregates

10 Tips for Creating Great User Stories

The Asynchronous Uncoordinated Continuous Delivery of 35+ uServices

Inside the Anaplan Calculation Engine

Clean, Learn and Visualize data with R

Secure by Design - Security Design Principles for the Rest of Us

Architectural Resiliency

The Performance Engineer's Guide to OpenJDK HotSpot Garbage Collection: The Facts, The Algorithms & Tuning

High-speed continuous delivery: delivering large-scale change while minimising bugs

Beyond Multi-Tenancy: Introducing a New Container-Based Application Factory

Java Flight Recorder - Production Time Profiling On Demand

Defending against the dark arts of CyberCriminals

Empathy: The Missing Ingredient in Effective Software Development?

The Patchwork Data Warehouse

What’s in your java application - is it safe? Can you ‘Shift Left’ to mitigate the risks

Performance Tuning with Poor Tools and Cheap Drink

Java Collections: The Force Awakens

Event-driven Microservices

"No one at Google uses MapReduce anymore" - Cloud Dataflow explained

Tweet Impressions of 2016