By reza_rahman on Oct 02, 2015
For the Java EE track at JavaOne 2015 we are highlighting some key sessions and speakers to better inform you of what you can expect, right up until the start of the conference.
To this end we recently interviewed Bessem Hmidi. Bessem is the JUG leader of the ESPRIT JUG Tunisia, an educator, a researcher, an international speaker and a Java EE enthusiast. He spoke to us about his accepted session at JavaOne 2015 on AngularBeans. AngularBeans is a very innovative open source project that marries AngularJS with CDI and Java EE (click here if you can't see the embedded video). We've highlighted AngularBeans on this humble blog in the past.
You can find details on Bessem's session on the JavaOne 2015 content catalog. The following are the other sessions we talked about:
- Introduction to MVC 1.0: This talk is about the new action-oriented web framework being standardized as part of Java EE 8. Besides this technical session there is also a BoF scheduled for MVC 1.0.
- Finally, the Java EE Security API: This is a session on the newly minted Java EE Security API. It's a very important part of Java EE 8 and a very important API to get right as it's primary goal is improving simplicity and portability for the platform. The specification lead Alex Kosowski and Ivar Grimstad are also hosting a BoF on the topic.
- HTTP 2.0: What Do I Need to Know?: This session details the groundbreaking changes to the veteran HTTP protocol. This is perhaps a must have for anyone on the Java EE track. As a follow on to this, Ed Burns will explain what all of this means for Serlet 4 and Java EE 8 in his session titled Servlet 4.0: HTTP/2 and Reactive Programming in Java EE 8.
- Down-to-Earth Microservices with Java EE: This is a session from myself and Steve Millidge about developing practical microservices in blue-collar enterprises using vanilla Java EE. There are understandably quite a few talks on Java EE and microservices at JavaOne 2015. A couple of other very interesting ones are From Macro to Micro(Services) and Back: Onstage Hacking with Java EE 7 by Adam Bien and Java EE 7 Applications as a Microservice with WildFly Swarm by Ken Finnigan of Red Hat.
Besides these sessions, we have a very strong program for the Java EE track and JavaOne overall - just explore the content catalog. If you can't make it, you can be assured that we will make key content available after the conference just as we have always done.