Joker 2016 is a Java conference which is to become the largest Java related event of the year in Russia bringing together more than 600 developers. The Conference will be held on October 2016 in St.Petersburg.
Joker 2015 is a Java conference which is to become the largest Java related event of the year in Russia bringing together more than 600 developers. The Conference will be held on October the 16th and 17th in Pulkovskaya Park Inn Hotel, St.Petersburg.
We focus on people who are already well familiar with Java. Comprehensive and technically sophisticated speeches guarantee a high level of competence of our audience. The latter is also provided by the following:
and in 2014 there were more than 600 participants. Moreover our team is responsible for another annual Java event – JPoint conference in Moscow.
a good reputation among developers, wide network of contacts and a huge number of communication channels, including emails, groups in popular social networks as well as direct contacts with large Java developer companies.
On the one hand it targets the audience well and on the other hand provides many options in terms of participation for anyone who is willing to visit the Conference.
but on studying specific techniques as well. That is the reason why many companies use this Conference as an opportunity to increase the level of competence of their employees.
which accounts for the high level of the Conference. We organise trainings sessions for potential speakers and through numerous rehearsals the quality of presentations is raised to a new level.
EPAM, XP Injection
The talk is about two potential JDK 9 features — Compact String and Indify String Concat.
Programmers complain about programming language's syntax, not about semantics. This talk on why the syntax is more important.
This talk contains a lot of very intricate and fun Spring puzzles, taken from real life.
The talk will focus on the major steps in the evolution of Java. Many of them — from a performance perspective.
What defines the iconoclast? How can we use the characteristics of the iconoclast to change our own immediate surroundings for the better?
The talk is about how to reduce the time between having an idea (a theory!) and validating that theory by getting the code in the hands of customers.
The talk is about CompletableFuture — new Java 8 tools for processing tasks asynchronously. No slides, only Live Coding!
What should know Java developer about digital signature in Russia?
The talk is about Spring Boot — the new convention-over-configuration centric framework for building Spring applications.
The talk is about why it is so difficult to build a high-performance system with predictable latency and how to do this.
How to work with MongoDB in Java: standard driver, Morphia, Spring Data, Kundera etc.
This talk will show the different aspects of «finality» and their impact on the Java compiler and the JVM.
This talk is about using Kotlin language in two real projects and about useful frameworks for
Kotlin, which appeared during Kotlin development.
How Spring Boot helps to make DevOps more than a little happy.
We will look at difficult OOM examples and learn how to analyze their causes.
We will quickly go over what reactive programming is and what a reactive application is,
but then dive into code level details of how to actually create them.
The talk is about 4-years experience of using Play! Framework for making serious business applications.
How to avoid some common mistakes when writing benchmarks, how to use diagnostic JVM options and how to understand how JVM executes your code.
This talk is about Vert.x — a kind of methodology and tools for building
scalable and high-performance server-sides.
This talk is based on the experience of building fault-tolerant distributed systems in Java, about errors and
failures and about methods of testing and diagnostics of such systems.
Live demos and code samples of managing failures with Hystrix library by Netflix.
This talk is about how to work on legacy projects.
The talk is about how using of classic design patterns have changed in the modern Java world.
The talk is about Ping-pong programming: symbiosis of two well-known practices
of Extreme Programming — pair programming and TDD.
Mutation testing is an approach for testing based on test bytecode modification. The talk also includes PIT demo.
Many of you have already heard about JMH and probably even played with it to benchmark some code. But how would you use it in a real project?
Our goal: to make sure you know what Amazon has to offer to developers,
how to get started with AWS, and when AWS might not be the best
option compared to a few of the other players.