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ABN AMRO Innovation Meetup #1 – Java 11 is here! – ABN AMRO
4 December 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
17.00 – 17.30 Doors open
17.30 – 18.15 Pizza’s
18.15 – 18.45 Babysteps in Serverless by Patrick Reitsma (ABN AMRO)
18.45 – 20.00 Java 11 is here! by Nicolai Parlog
20.00 – 21.00 Drinks & networking
# Subscription process
Please note that this is a combined meetup for developers of ABN AMRO and everyone interested outside of ABN AMRO! We work with a wait list, the fist 40 people from ABN AMRO and the first 40 people from outside of the bank will be selected to join the event.
# About the talks
– Java 11 Is Here!
Java 9, 10, and 11 are out. Java 9 has a lot in stock beyond the
module system (yes, I was surprised, too), Java 10 comes with `var`
(less typing, but still strongly typed), and Java 11 promises pattern
matching and a reactive HTTP client. In this talk Nicolai Parlog will tell you all about …
* new language features like pattern matching, `var`, and private
* new APIs like stack walking and the reactive HTTP client
* the additions to existing APIs, like `Stream` and `Optional`
* other niceties like multi-release JARs and performance improvements
After this talk you will be prepared to get started with Java 9, 10,
– Babysteps in Serverless
One of our own talents at ABN AMRO will step on the stage. Patrick will walk us through the steps of experimenting with new technology. He does this by using an example POC he did on Serverless Computing.
# About the speaker – Nicolai Parlog
Nicolai is a thirty year old boy, as the narrator would put it (if he
squints), who has found his passion in software development. He
constantly reads, thinks, and writes about it, and codes for a living
as well as for fun.
Nicolai is a freelancing developer, author, and trainer. He wrote The
Java Module System with Manning, blogs about software development
on codefx.org, has a YouTube channel, and is a long-tail
contributor to several open source projects. You can hire him for
all kinds of things.
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