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Futured video

May 20th, 2013

What is the future of Java EE? Featured video of the week from the JDD 2012 is Adam Bien’s talk “Java EEFuture Is Now, But It Is Not Evenly Distributed Yet”. More movies from JDD conference can be found on our YouTube channel link

Discout for Atmosphere & JDD 2013 Conferences

April 25th, 2013

If you decide to attend Atmosphere Conference in May and next JDD Conference in October, then you will get 15% discount for both events.

All you need to do is to use atmosphere_jdd code while registering to the conferences.

Audio-Video materials from the JDD12 are available!

January 24th, 2013

JDD12 materials have been published in the materials section. We invite you to visit our Youtube channel where you will find all other movies from the conference.

Conference Summary

November 12th, 2012

Thank you very much for your participation in the JDD 2012 conference!

We hope that these two days were productive for you in terms of both technical knowledge and business contacts.

This year we have gathered nearly 450 people with almost everybody showing up exactly at 9:00 a.m. on the first day (do you remember the long queue in the morning?).

No later than at 9:40 we were ready to begin in 3 theme tracks divided thematically into dev, tests/tools and architecture.

Druing the two days we had plenty of presentations, talks and tutorials:

  • 21 presentations on the first day
  • mini QA session at the end of the first day
  • 15 presentations on the second day
  • 3 tutorials on the second day
  • 1 workshop right before the conference

We have already collected materials from the conference: you will find photos HERE, while presentations are published HERE . This year we have also recorded all the presentations,so we will publish them as soon as the post-production is done.

At the end of the conference we collected about 100 surveys, which gave us an opprtunity to get feedback about JDD 2012 and subjective assesments of the presentations.

There were two marks for the surveys: how did you like the presentation and your interest in a given topic. Scaled from 1 to 5. Below we present the summary:

The Median for the presentations is 3.76 and for topics of interest at 3.88

Top picked speakers and presentations include:

The most interesting topics:

The most valued presentations were held by Leonid, Slawek, Waldek, Adam and Jessica. Congratulations!

We would also like to thank you for interesting ideas and comments from conference survey, we hope that we will be able to implement some in the future editions and JDD 2013 will be even bigger and more exciting than this year’s edition . See you next year!

Slawomir Jabs
JDD Organizing Committee
PROIDEA Foundation

P.S. Preliminary date for JDD 2013 is 14-15 October 2013

Photos from the conference and first blog records!

November 6th, 2012

In our Picassa gallery you can find all the photos from the conference. Additionally, we have started gathering of blog records about the conference:

If you’ve found some more posts just contact us!

Contests results

October 26th, 2012

Conference is nearing its end, below you can find the list of the announcements of contests and surveys results:

13:55 – j-labs contests with budget training as a prize

15:55 – SII – prizes for the surveys

17.00 – AllegroGroup contest with pendrives as a prize

After the lunch we will distribute the conference surveys, which we will be gathering at teh registration. At the closing ceremony we will draw prizes for the surveys including: JDD 13 passes, PSP console, retrospective licenses, books funded by Helion, and IntelliJ IDEA licenses.

Schedule hot-fix

October 26th, 2012

We have just received a negative confirmation from Michael Hutterman, who had to stay in Frankfurt thus will not be able to join us at JDD.

We decided to change the schedule a bit. New version is available here.

Conference Guide

October 24th, 2012

We have published a conference guide: HERE. You can find all the basic information about the conference in here, including the info on how to get to the conference and what will be happening during the con.

Schedule published!

October 17th, 2012

EDIT: We have sent the confirmations and basic information to all attendees on Monday. If you haven’t received the PDF, send an amail to slawek.jabs{@}proidea.org.pl!

Conference Schedule has been published! Check it here!

What else do we need to know? We will be sending a guide with all the necessary information to every attendee on Monday, October 22nd.

Updated and added presentations!

October 16th, 2012

EDIT

Additional presentations

  • Leonid Igolnik – “The dark art of performance tuning or how to become a performance hero without spending a penny on tools” – EN
  • Waldemar Kot – “INVOKEDYNAMIC = bardziej dynamiczna JVM” – PL
  • Patrycja Wegrzynowicz – “Security Vulnerabilities in Open-Source Java Libraries” – EN
  • Manik Surtani – “The JBoss Data Grid, or Enterprise-grade Infinispan” – EN
  • Jakub Kubryński – “Microbenchmarks – performance in the smaller scale” – EN
  • Sławomir Sobótka – Ewolucyjna Destylacja Architektury – myślenie wizualne na przykładzie Ports&Adapters – PL
  • Jakub Podlesak – RESTful Java with JAX-RS 2.0 and Jersey – EN
  • Wiktor Żołnowski – Reversed Tests Pyramid – dealing with legacy code – EN

Tomorrow we will publish the full schedule!

Full list can be found here.

Another workshops before the conference!

October 10th, 2012

We have added another workshops to the conference timeline – Andrzej Grzesik and Marcin Sawicki will convey a free “Jenkins and Continous Delivery” workshop before the conference. Details can be found below. Caution! Pre-registration is required.

In the “workshops” tab you can find the list and details of worshops held before the conference.

Trailer!

October 8th, 2012
There are two weeks left before the conference, registration is in progress,up till now we had reservations for around90% of the tickets. In the meantime have a look at the conference trailer:
Trailer JDD 2012 przez proidea

Speakers and topics

September 25th, 2012

Below you can find the list or speakers and topics approved for JDD:

EDIT

Additional presentations

  • Leonid Igolnik – “The dark art of performance tuning or how to become a performance hero without spending a penny on tools” – EN
  • Waldemar Kot – “INVOKEDYNAMIC = bardziej dynamiczna JVM” – PL
  • Patrycja Wegrzynowicz – “Security Vulnerabilities in Open-Source Java Libraries” – EN
  • Manik Surtani – “The JBoss Data Grid, or Enterprise-grade Infinispan” – EN
  • Jakub Kubryński – “Microbenchmarki – czyli wydajność w mniejszej skali” – EN
  • Sławomir Sobótka – Ewolucyjna Destylacja Architektury – myślenie wizualne na przykładzie Ports&Adapters – PL

Full List:

  • Paweł Badeński – “The Catcher in the Code” – EN
  • Marek Berkan – “Wielojęzykowość w aplikacjach J2EE” – PL
  • Adam Bien – “Java EE–Future Is Now, But It Is Not Evenly Distributed Yet” – EN
  • Grzegorz Borkowski – “ThreeTen (JSR 310) – the new Date and Time API in Java 8″ – PL
  • Piotr Bucki – “Bezpieczeństwo frameworków WEBowych Java na przykładzie ataku XSS” – PL
  • Grzegorz Duda – “From Busy To Effective Developer” – EN
  • Hardy Ferentschik – “Hibernate Search talk”, “JPA into the Cloud – Introducing OGM and OpenShift” – EN
  • Martin Gunnarsson, Pär Sikö – “Introduction to JavaFX”, “Integrating web content into JavaFX applications” – EN
  • Michael Hüttermann – “DevOps for Developers” – EN
  • Leonid Igolnik – “The dark art of performance tuning or how to become a performance hero without spending a penny on tools” – EN
  • Rafał Jamróz – “Behavior Driven Development, czyli Agile 2.0″ – PL
  • Jessica Kerr – “Functional Principles for Object Oriented Development”, “Git Happens” – EN
  • Henri Kerola – “Building Vaadin Applications With Pure Scala” – EN
  • Waldemar Kot – “INVOKEDYNAMIC = bardziej dynamiczna JVM” – PL
  • Gustaf Nilsson Kotte – “Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse of Connected Devices” – EN
  • Aslak Knutsen – “The Arquillian Universe: A Tour Around the Astrophysics” – EN
  • Jakub Kubryński – “Microbenchmarks – performance in the smaller scale” – EN
  • Jacek Laskowski – “Apache Tomcat + Java EE 6 Web Profile = Apache TomEE” – EN
  • Paweł Limanówka – “Comet, Ajax, web browsers limitations and web apps performance factors” – EN
  • Jarosław Pałka – “Dekonstrukcja architektury w czasach kryzysu.” – EN
  • Mikołaj Pastuszko, Wojciech Wyczesany – “Jak wychować aplikację webową” – PL
  • Mariusz Sieraczkiewicz – “Naturalny Porządek Refaktoryzacji” – PL
  • Sławomir Sobótka – Ewolucyjna Destylacja Architektury – myślenie wizualne na przykładzie Ports&Adapters – PL
  • Thomas Sundberg – “How to fail a software project fast and efficiently?”, “(Remote) Pair programming” – EN
  • Manik Surtani – “The JBoss Data Grid, or Enterprise-grade Infinispan” – EN
  • Michał Trzaskowski – “(nie tylko) GWT – Kilka słów o “”User Experience”" – PL
  • Patrycja Wegrzynowicz – “Automated Refactoring of Performance and Concurrency Anti-Patterns”, “Security Vulnerabilities in Open-Source Java Libraries” – EN
  • Rebecca Wirfs Brock – “Why We Need Architects (and Architecture) on Agile Projects” – EN
  • Rebecca Wirfs Brock, Joseph Yoder – “Pragmatic, Not Dogmatic TDD: Rethinking How We Test” – EN
  • Joseph Yoder – “When Should You Consider Meta-Architectures? Using Meta to Scale the Cloud” – EN

Extended Talks:

Workshops

CFP analysis in progress. Introducing the Programm Committee.

September 20th, 2012

The analysis of the Call for Papers is in progress. In the meantime we would like to present the members of the Programm Committee. Those are the people, who help us pick the presentations for the upcoming conference:

  • Slawomir Sobótka
    Application programming architect specializing in Java technologies and effective use of software engineering achievements. Trainer and consultant at Bottega IT Solutions ( http://bottega.com.pl ). Enthusiast of Software Craftsmanship.Enthusiast of Software Craftsmanship. His interests contain broadly defined software engineering: architecture of high-performance Web-based systems (CqRS in particular) modeling (DDD in particular), patterns, agile manufacturing processes. As a hobby he is interested in psychology and cognitive science.
  • Piotr Bucki
    CTO and head hunter in j-labs. 7 years of working as a Java developer, then a technical leader and an IT Security consultant and 3 years of being a CTO and coowner of the company led to a balanced view on needs of technolgy and business world. His main interests concern the security if IT technologies, with a focus on web technologies (he has an ISC2 CISSP certificate), Privately he enjoys mountain biking. He has attended every JDD since 2006.

  • Dominik Radziszowski
    is a Ph.D. in technical science and an IT expert specialising in distributed systems, Director of Technology at XTRF Translation Management System, follower of agile methodologies and tools for effective management of IT projects. He provides leadership and management to the IT department in its mission to deliver systems and services that meet the demanding business needs of customers and users of XTRF TMS. Dominik is an author of many publications and holder of many industry certificates (including SCJP, SCJD, and SCEA) and former assistant professor at the AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland.


  • We will be publishing datails about the selected talks during the last week of September.



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