Devnexus is the largest Java platform conference in the USA and one of the leading technology events held annually around the globe. Devnexus is also the premier conference for professional software developers who want to hear from and interact directly with internationally acclaimed presenters and technologists while also connecting with like-minded developers who are mastering their craft in a range of relevant technologies. Founded in 2004 by the Atlanta Java Users Group as Atlanta DevCon and restarted in 2009 under the moniker Devnexus, the 2019 event will bring in 2200+ attendees for an experience that will span three days, beginning with an optional full-day of 11 hands-on workshop sessions, followed by 2 days of presentations and live demonstrations on the industry’s hottest topics. Offering 13 concurrent technology tracks and 150+ individual sessions, Devnexus brings attendees unparalleled opportunities for both learning about the latest technology trends and diving deep into technologies that interest them. Tracks are:

Cobb Galleria Centre
Atlanta, USA

March 6th – 8th, 2019
Begin: 08:00
End: 18:00
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INDIVIDUAL 2-DAY CONFERENCE ONLY PASS, MARCH 7 - 8, 2019 - AVAILABLE UNTIL JANUARY 14

DEVNEXUS provides a great atmosphere for a conversation on all things Java related. This ticket is for the 2-day conference with awesome sessions in 13 tracks. Ticket price includes the Conference March 6 - 7, breakfast, lunch and snacks/beverages on all 2 days as well as two awesome happy hours, entry to the raffle.

USD 395.00
INDIVIDUAL 3-DAY CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP COMBO PASS, MARCH 6 - 8, 2019 - AVAILABLE UNTIL JAN 14

DEVNEXUS provides a great atmosphere for a conversation on all things Java related. This ticket is for the 3-day conference/workshop combo. We will have workshops on

  • Applying Design Patterns – Venkat Subramaniam
  • Building Evolutionary Architectures – Neal Ford
  • Kotlin: Safe, Pragmatic Interoperability on the JVM – Ken Kousen
  • The Event-Driven Tutorial for CQRS, Event Sourcing, JMS, Kafka and Streaming – Edison Yanaga
  • Introduction to Kubernetes – Adarsh Shah
  • Advanced Product Backlog Refinement With Design Thinking – Jeremy Pullen
  • Hands-on cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio – Emily Jiang
  • Spring Boot 2.0 Workshop – Sang Shin
  • Master Git in a Day – Lyndsey Padget
  • Java Security - Steve Poole, Simon Maple
  • Becoming the first Java 11 certified developer – Jeanne Boyarsky

...plus awesome sessions in 13 tracks. Ticket price includes the Conference March 7 - 8, breakfast, lunch and snacks/beverages on all 2 days as well as two awesome happy hours, entry to the raffle and parking at the venue.

USD 695.00
Applying Design Patterns – Venkat Subramaniam

Learning about design patterns is not really hard. Using design patterns is also not that hard. But, using the right design pattern for the right problem is not that easy. If instead of looking for a pattern to use if we decide to look for the design force behind a problem it may lead to better solutions. Furthermore, with most mainstream languages supporting lambda expressions and functional style, the patterns appear in so many more elegant ways as well.

In this workshop, we will start with a quick introduction of a few patterns. Then we will work with multiple examples—take a problem, delve into the design, and as we solve it, see what patterns emerge in the design. The objective of this workshop is to get a hands-on experience to prudently identify and use patterns that help create extensible code.

USD 695.00
Building Evolutionary Architectures – Neal Ford

The software development ecosystem exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium, where any new tool, framework, or technique leads to disruption and the establishment of a new equilibrium. Predictability is impossible when the foundation architects plan against changes constantly in unexpected ways. Instead, prefer evolvability over predictability. This hands-on workshop provides a high-level overview of a different way to think about software architecture.

USD 695.00
Kotlin: Safe, Pragmatic Interoperability on the JVM – Ken Kousen

Kotlin is a practical language designed for the JVM. It focuses on pragmatism and safety, with an emphasis on interoperability and tool support. Kotlin is statically typed and includes null checks in the type system itself. The language runs anywhere Java does, from microservices to Android apps. This workshop will show how to use Kotlin to simplify anything you originally planned to do in Java.

Kotlin combines object-oriented programming with functional features like lambda expressions, functional types, and data classes. Since it comes from JetBrains, the company that produces the IntelliJ IDEA development environment, it’s tool support is excellent. IntelliJ even provides a Java-to-Kotlin converter to help you get started.

This presentation will cover the basic types, defining and calling functions, programming with lambdas, higher-order functions, and DSLs. The goal is to give you enough background to be productive while you continue to learn and grow with the language.

USD 695.00
The Event-Driven Tutorial for CQRS, Event Sourcing, JMS, Kafka and Streaming – Edison Yanaga

Some concepts are evergreen: should be discussed ever and ever again! Events are one of them: once you shape your mind around events, messaging becomes an essential asset in your toolbox. Using an Event-Driven Architecture on top of a Message-Driven Architecture allow us to truly unleash the benefits of distributed computing.

Deep dive with us on this tutorial where we’ll cover events, message-oriented middleware, CQRS, event sourcing, JMS, Apache Kafka, data streaming, and analytics to teach you how the fundamentals on how to create a distributed, resilient, and scalable application. You’ll learn that events and messaging are not hard: it’s just that they never taught you how to do it properly!

USD 695.00
Introduction to Kubernetes – Adarsh Shah

Introduction to Kubernetes is a hands-on, interactive workshop giving attendees a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of Kubernetes. As part of this workshop, you will learn how Kubernetes works, be able to successfully create a Kubernetes cluster, deploy microservices to that cluster & also hear about some war stories.

USD 695.00
Advanced Product Backlog Refinement With Design Thinking – Jeremy Pullen

Many teams struggle with the process and mechanics of building great backlogs. Join this workshop to learn how to turn your current backlog into an asset rather than a burden.

USD 695.00
Hands-on cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio – Emily Jiang

Ever wondered what makes a cloud-native application “cloud-native”? Ever wondered what the unique challenges are and how best to address them on fully-open Java technologies? In this workshop, you’ll learn what it means to be cloud-native and how that impacts application development. You’ll learn about Eclipse MicroProfile, an industry collaboration defining technologies for the development and management of cloud-native microservices. With a full set of MicroProfile workshop modules available to you, you’ll be able to start with the basics of REST services and progress to more advanced topics, or you can jump right in and develop secure, fault tolerant, configurable and monitorable microservices.

Once you’ve developed your microservice, you’ll learn how to package it in a Docker container and deploy it to a Kubernetes cluster. Finally, you’ll learn the role of a service mesh and use Istio to manage your microservice interactions.

USD 695.00
Spring Boot 2.0 Workshop – Sang Shin

In this 1-day hands-on workshop, attendees will write code exercising various features of Spring Boot such as auto-configuration, actuator, health-metrics, testing, etc.

USD 695.00
Master Git in a Day – Lyndsey Padget

Git is not only popular, it’s powerful - but the learning curve is steep. In this workshop, you’ll learn (or quickly revisit) basic Git commands, then move into day-to-day git functionality as well as more advanced commands that will help you protect your code, work better as a team, and help you recover from a “Git pickle”.

USD 695.00
Java Security - Steve Poole, Simon Maple

Cybercrime is rising at an alarming rate. As a Java developer, you know you need to be better informed about security matters but it’s hard to know where to start. This workshop will help you understand how to improve the security of your application through a series of demonstration hacks and related hands-on exercises. Serious though the topic is, this practical session will be fun and will leave you more informed and better prepared. Start building your security memory muscle here

USD 695.00
Becoming the first Java 11 certified developer – Jeanne Boyarsky

Oracle offers a steeply discounted rate on certification exams like the OCA and OCP if you take them during the beta period. In this workshop, I’ll be teaching exam topics (including those from Java 9/10/11) and helping attendees get hands-on practice with certification type questions and coding. While it isn’t possible to be ready for the test in just a day, we’ll have covered some of the hardest parts and you’ll have a plan to be ready. Even if you don’t intend to take the test, this is an opportunity to get familiar with some of the trickier aspects of some of the new Java features.

USD 695.00
GROUP (5+) 2-DAY CONFERENCE ONLY PASS, MARCH 7 - 8, 2019 - AVAILABLE UNTIL JANUARY 14

BRING YOUR TEAM! DEVNEXUS provides a great atmosphere for a conversation on all things Java related. This ticket is for the 2-day conference with awesome sessions in 13 tracks. Ticket price includes the Conference March 6 - 7, breakfast, lunch and snacks/beverages on all 2 days as well as two awesome happy hours, entry to the raffle.

minimum amount to order: 5

USD 370.00
GROUP (5+) 3-DAY CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP COMBO PASS, MARCH 6 - 8, 2019 - AVAILABLE UNTIL JAN 14

DEVNEXUS provides a great atmosphere for a conversation on all things Java related. This ticket is for the 3-day conference/workshop combo. We will have workshops on

  • Applying Design Patterns – Venkat Subramaniam
  • Building Evolutionary Architectures – Neal Ford
  • Kotlin: Safe, Pragmatic Interoperability on the JVM – Ken Kousen
  • The Event-Driven Tutorial for CQRS, Event Sourcing, JMS, Kafka and Streaming – Edison Yanaga
  • Introduction to Kubernetes – Adarsh Shah
  • Advanced Product Backlog Refinement With Design Thinking – Jeremy Pullen
  • Hands-on cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio – Emily Jiang
  • Spring Boot 2.0 Workshop – Sang Shin
  • Master Git in a Day – Lyndsey Padget
  • Java Security - Steve Poole, Simon Maple
  • Becoming the first Java 11 certified developer – Jeanne Boyarsky

...plus awesome sessions in 13 tracks. Ticket price includes the Conference March 7 - 8, breakfast, lunch and snacks/beverages on all 2 days as well as two awesome happy hours, entry to the raffle and parking at the venue.

USD 670.00
Applying Design Patterns – Venkat Subramaniam

Learning about design patterns is not really hard. Using design patterns is also not that hard. But, using the right design pattern for the right problem is not that easy. If instead of looking for a pattern to use if we decide to look for the design force behind a problem it may lead to better solutions. Furthermore, with most mainstream languages supporting lambda expressions and functional style, the patterns appear in so many more elegant ways as well.

In this workshop, we will start with a quick introduction of a few patterns. Then we will work with multiple examples—take a problem, delve into the design, and as we solve it, see what patterns emerge in the design. The objective of this workshop is to get a hands-on experience to prudently identify and use patterns that help create extensible code.

USD 670.00
Building Evolutionary Architectures – Neal Ford

The software development ecosystem exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium, where any new tool, framework, or technique leads to disruption and the establishment of a new equilibrium. Predictability is impossible when the foundation architects plan against changes constantly in unexpected ways. Instead, prefer evolvability over predictability. This hands-on workshop provides a high-level overview of a different way to think about software architecture.

USD 670.00
Kotlin: Safe, Pragmatic Interoperability on the JVM – Ken Kousen

Kotlin is a practical language designed for the JVM. It focuses on pragmatism and safety, with an emphasis on interoperability and tool support. Kotlin is statically typed and includes null checks in the type system itself. The language runs anywhere Java does, from microservices to Android apps. This workshop will show how to use Kotlin to simplify anything you originally planned to do in Java.

Kotlin combines object-oriented programming with functional features like lambda expressions, functional types, and data classes. Since it comes from JetBrains, the company that produces the IntelliJ IDEA development environment, it’s tool support is excellent. IntelliJ even provides a Java-to-Kotlin converter to help you get started.

This presentation will cover the basic types, defining and calling functions, programming with lambdas, higher-order functions, and DSLs. The goal is to give you enough background to be productive while you continue to learn and grow with the language.

USD 670.00
The Event-Driven Tutorial for CQRS, Event Sourcing, JMS, Kafka and Streaming – Edison Yanaga

Some concepts are evergreen: should be discussed ever and ever again! Events are one of them: once you shape your mind around events, messaging becomes an essential asset in your toolbox. Using an Event-Driven Architecture on top of a Message-Driven Architecture allow us to truly unleash the benefits of distributed computing.

Deep dive with us on this tutorial where we’ll cover events, message-oriented middleware, CQRS, event sourcing, JMS, Apache Kafka, data streaming, and analytics to teach you how the fundamentals on how to create a distributed, resilient, and scalable application. You’ll learn that events and messaging are not hard: it’s just that they never taught you how to do it properly!

USD 670.00
Introduction to Kubernetes – Adarsh Shah

Introduction to Kubernetes is a hands-on, interactive workshop giving attendees a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of Kubernetes. As part of this workshop, you will learn how Kubernetes works, be able to successfully create a Kubernetes cluster, deploy microservices to that cluster & also hear about some war stories.

USD 670.00
Advanced Product Backlog Refinement With Design Thinking – Jeremy Pullen

Many teams struggle with the process and mechanics of building great backlogs. Join this workshop to learn how to turn your current backlog into an asset rather than a burden.

USD 670.00
Hands-on cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio – Emily Jiang

Ever wondered what makes a cloud-native application “cloud-native”? Ever wondered what the unique challenges are and how best to address them on fully-open Java technologies? In this workshop, you’ll learn what it means to be cloud-native and how that impacts application development. You’ll learn about Eclipse MicroProfile, an industry collaboration defining technologies for the development and management of cloud-native microservices. With a full set of MicroProfile workshop modules available to you, you’ll be able to start with the basics of REST services and progress to more advanced topics, or you can jump right in and develop secure, fault tolerant, configurable and monitorable microservices.

Once you’ve developed your microservice, you’ll learn how to package it in a Docker container and deploy it to a Kubernetes cluster. Finally, you’ll learn the role of a service mesh and use Istio to manage your microservice interactions.

USD 670.00
Spring Boot 2.0 Workshop – Sang Shin

In this 1-day hands-on workshop, attendees will write code exercising various features of Spring Boot such as auto-configuration, actuator, health-metrics, testing, etc.

USD 670.00
Master Git in a Day – Lyndsey Padget

Git is not only popular, it’s powerful - but the learning curve is steep. In this workshop, you’ll learn (or quickly revisit) basic Git commands, then move into day-to-day git functionality as well as more advanced commands that will help you protect your code, work better as a team, and help you recover from a “Git pickle”.

USD 670.00
Java Security - Steve Poole, Simon Maple

Cybercrime is rising at an alarming rate. As a Java developer, you know you need to be better informed about security matters but it’s hard to know where to start. This workshop will help you understand how to improve the security of your application through a series of demonstration hacks and related hands-on exercises. Serious though the topic is, this practical session will be fun and will leave you more informed and better prepared. Start building your security memory muscle here

USD 670.00
Becoming the first Java 11 certified developer – Jeanne Boyarsky

Oracle offers a steeply discounted rate on certification exams like the OCA and OCP if you take them during the beta period. In this workshop, I’ll be teaching exam topics (including those from Java 9/10/11) and helping attendees get hands-on practice with certification type questions and coding. While it isn’t possible to be ready for the test in just a day, we’ll have covered some of the hardest parts and you’ll have a plan to be ready. Even if you don’t intend to take the test, this is an opportunity to get familiar with some of the trickier aspects of some of the new Java features.

USD 670.00

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