Thursday, May 16, 2013

Conf: Will speak at the JEEConf 2013 Java Conference in Ukraine, Kiev.

I will give two presentations at two-day conference JEEConf 2013 in Kiev, Ukraine, at the end of coming May 2013 from 24 to 25.
It’s going to be the largest event for Java developers (about 1000 attendees). This is my first participation in this conference, and will go there with pleasure. Below are the descriptions of my two talks.

Note: My talks will be in English.
  1. Title: The Power of Java7 NIO.2 essential stuff.

    Abstract:
    In this session hear how a leading financial services company uses Java 7 NIO.2. This session will covers all the important essential aspects involved in developing NIO.2-based applications. It provides clear instructions for getting the most out of NIO.2 and offers many case studies to spice up your Java 7 applications with the new I/O capabilities.

    Contents:

    1. The Path class operations.
    2. Get/set file metadata through the new java.nio.file.attribute API.
    3. Manage symbolic and hard links.
    4. Manipulating files and directories through the new java.nio.file.Files API.

    Time allocated: 50 min.

    Date/Time and Venue: From: 14:30 To:15:20 Kiev time, @ 24/5/2013 in STAGE B(150).

  2. Title: The Power of Java7 NIO.2 advanced concepts.

    Abstract:
    In this session hear how a leading financial services company uses Java 7 NIO.2. This session will covers all the important aspects involved in developing advanced NIO.2-based applications. It provides clear instructions for getting the most out of NIO.2 and offers many case studies to spice up your Java 7 applications with the new I/O capabilities.

    Contents:

    1. The Path class operations.
    2. Need to copy, move, or delete an entire directory? Use the FileVisitor API.
    3. Explore the Watch Service API and file changed notification.
    4. Develop blocking/non-blocking socket-based applications. Learn how to develop Java network-based applications in blocking and non-blocking styles. Both TCP and UDP are covered in brief.
    5. The Asynchronous Channel API. You can develop asynchronous network based Java applications with a suite of classes and options.

    Time allocated: 50 min.

    Date/Time and Venue: From:12:00 To:12:50 Kiev time, @ 25/5/2013 in STAGE B(150).

Before the first session (it is very short time for each session, but I will try) to intreduce the adopt-A-JSR program, and in the second one I will introduce the Adopt-OpenJDK program as well so I can spread these programs knowledge, to get more participants.