Announcement: “JavaFX Jump-Start” (University Stuttgart, February 2016)

If you are enrolled at University Stuttgart and ever liked to learn how to write clean JavaFX applications, here is your chance: On Febrary 8, 2016, I will give a guest lecture at the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems (IPVS). In this roughly one-hour talk I will provide a Jump-Start into this great technology. Starting from scratch, I will introduce you to JavaFX 8’s target-design blueprint, laying out topics like IoC, reactive design, bindings, SoC, FXML, CSS, View, Controller, etc. and demonstrate it by some live coding. At the end of the lession, you not only will have a thorough understanding of the JavaFX infrastructure, but you will hold in hands a complete piece of code that can serve as the starting point for your own experiments. These sixty minutes will spare you days! 🙂

Due to the condensed information set a thorough understanding of both, the Java 8 language and typical design patterns, is preriquisite.

About Markus Karg

Java Guru with +30 years of experience in professional software development. I travelled the whole world of IT, starting from Sinclair's great ZX Spectrum 48K, Commodore's 4040, over S/370, PCs since legendary XT, CP/M, VM/ESA, DOS, Windows (remember 3.1?), OS/2 WARP, Linux to Android and iOS... and still coding is my passion, and Java is my favourite drug!
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