Community conference: JavaLand with a new theme day on microservices

The early bird discount for the JavaLand conference, which is probably the largest German event for Java developers, is only available until Tuesday, January 22nd. As in previous years, the event takes place in Phantasialand, from March 17th to 19th. If you book now, you can save up to just under 200 euros when you register.

With the Theme day on March 19 is moving into a new format at the JavaLand conference. Four organizations, REWE digital, Deutsche Bahn, and the Federal Employment Agency, present their previous experiences with microservices and show what ups and downs they have experienced during implementation. While the challenges of technology and change culture are discussed in the morning, the whole range of current microservice topics is presented in eight so-called deep dive sessions:

  • Micro frontends in the REWE Shop: evolution of a header
  • DDD from practice
  • Microservice War Stories
  • Reactive Microservices (Otto)
  • Orchestration vs and Choreography – Patterns for cross-service processes
  • Observability and ChatOps
  • How primates and warthogs helped us to become more resilient
  • Continuous delivery with feature toggles

Finally, all speakers of the theme day will be available to the participants for questions in a panel discussion.

The ticket for the theme day costs 350 euros until January 21, after which it becomes 30 euros more expensive. There is discounted entry for members of the iJUG and DOAG.

JavaLand is a community conference organized by the German Oracle User Association (DOAG) and Heise Medien in cooperation with iJUG, the association of German-speaking Java user groups, around the Java programming language and also on trend topics in contemporary software development. Well over 100 lectures are waiting for the participants,

On Training day with several all-day workshops rounds off the conference. Topics covered include parallel programming in Java, ECMAScript, an introduction to Kotlin, the development of secure Java applications, the introduction to software analytics, API design and reactive domain-driven design.

Also provide variety numerous community activities such as Java Innovation Lab, hacking zones, coding dojos, extra workshops, WomanInTech Lunch, JavaLand4Kids as well as sports activities such as Freeletics, JavaLand-Kung-Fu and the traditional JavaLand jogging. On the evening of the first day of the conference, a number of attractions in the amusement park are ready.


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