Java evening, after work event
4 Speakers each have a ridiculously awesome and crucially exciting Java topic
Free food (tasty!)
Free beer and networking
Learn new stuff and meet cool people
Draw / raffle for a PlayStation 4 (yes, one of you lucky bastards will take home a brand new PlayStation 4)
The event will take place in DARE2mansion, which is 12 minutes away from Nørreport st.
Date & time: Marts 3, 2015 | 17:00-20:30
Draw / raffle
We have the great privilege of raffling of a brand new PS4
To participate in the draw, all you need is a Bluemix account. Sign up for free here: ibm.biz/bluemix-ecodnordic
Schedule for the night
With food (yes, it is included and free)
IBM EcoD Cloud Lead Architect Europe
A few more details about the talks
Spring Boot and Microservice by Niels Bech Nielsen
Microservices? What? A new trend has arrived to produce slender software components as micro services. While focusing on a very narrow field a service can be developed, deployed, and distributed in a transparent and resilient manner from Internet of Things to multi-national corporates. Spring Boot can be used as the first step in Rapid Microservice Development, so you can start today!
Microservices with Docker, Netflix OSS and IBM Bluemix by David Currie and Samuel O’Donnell
Learn how a microservices architecture can provide the basis for a scalable, highly available and reliable web application running in the cloud. Microservices bring with them their own challenges and we’ll show a combination of Docker, Netflix Open Source Software and IBM’s Bluemix platform-as-a-service can help overcome them.
Introduction to Jenkins CI by Jan Krag
Get a comprehensive introduction and demonstration of Jenkins CI (Open Source). This speak will give you a fundamental understanding of Jenkins CI and familiarize you with the basic vocabulary and concepts of CI that are used in modern software development projects.
Internet of Things live demo showing ECG data streamed to Bluemix to be analyzed by Dan O’Riordan
Learn how to securely and reliably connect a Bluetooth ECG heart monitor via an Android communicator to IBM’s IoT Foundation and discover how to analyze the captured data from thousands of devices. Examine the code in the Android application, the MQTT connection and the R based analytics. Finally, discover some of the Watson services that are now part of the Bluemix catalog and learn how to connect to these services using REST calls from a mobile phone.
The event is hosted at the address below.
2100 København Ø