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A sneak peek at JAX London 2019 - The conference for Java & Software Innovation
Conference highlights and Early Bird Specials
JAX London is opening its doors again in London, UK on October 7, 2019 and hosting attendees, speakers and industry experts from all around the world until October 10, 2019. The core focus of JAX London is software innovation and Java, but the conference covers a wide range of topics from microservices to continuous delivery, from Kubernetes to DevOps. Whether you are a returning attendee or a new visitor, there will be something new for everyone passionate about software innovation.
Attendees will have a chance to gain in-depth knowledge about the latest technologies and methodologies for Java with sessions on diverse topics. They can also practice their learnings in workshops like “Hands-on Cloud-native Java with Microprofile, Kubernetes and Istio” by Emily Jiang, where she will share expert knowledge on what it means to be cloud-native and how that impacts application development.
Dr. Carola Lilienthal will show you how to improve software architecture and source code to prevent technical debt from growing unrestricted in her “Resolving Technical Debts in Software Architecture” session.
These are just a few valuable highlights from the exciting JAX London program. There are many more sessions, workshops and keynotes full of expert knowledge and insider tips to keep you inspired. Take the chance to ask, code, surprise and educate yourself. Discover and jump into the sea of Java with speakers from leading tech companies like Oracle, IBM, Open Gamma and Google, all at JAX London.
Exclusive specials: Save up to £300 with the Very Early Bird discount until August 1, 2019.
Group discount: Receive an additional 10% discount when registering with 3+ colleagues.
Extra specials: Freelancer and employees of scientific institutions benefit from individual offers – if you’re interested, just send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Business Design Centre, London
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