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Java EE @ DevNexus 2016

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DevNexus 2016 was held in historic Atlanta on February 15-17. For those of you not familiar with it, DevNexus is the most significant Java centric (but not Java focused) conference in the South Eastern US and now perhaps even at a national level. It was started by JBoss Java Champion Burr Sutter and organized by the Atlanta JUG (currently lead by Vincent Mayers, Gunnar Hillert, Pratik Patel, et al). As usual DevNexus attracted a bevy of world class speakers including Stuart Marks, Stephen Chin, Heather VanCura, Venkat Subramaniam, Yakov Fain, Burr Sutter, Freddy Guime, Bob Paulin, Jason Porter, Rafael Benevides, Scott Kramer and so on. Topics included Java SE, NoSQL, mobile, cloud, Docker, HTML5/JavaScript and of course Java EE. This was a solid, fully sold out year for DevNexus.

I ran a whole day workshop on the basics of Java EE as well as delivering a session on developing practical microservices with Java EE. More details on the sessions and DevNexus 2016, including slide decks, videos and code, posted on my personal blog.

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