Category Archives: Lectures

JavaForum Stuttgart 2016 Slides Are Online

The slides of my talk “JavaFX in professionellen Anwendungen” (JavaForum Stuttgart 2016) can be found on Speaker Deck.

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JavaFX used in production by 50% of discussion audience

Together with Dr. Michael PAUS of JUG Stuttgart I organized a panel discussion for TeamFX at JavaLand 2016 around the question “Is JavaFX ready for everyday business use?”, with well-known speakers like Hendrik EBBERS, Gerrit GRUNDWALD, Bennet SCHULZ, Anton EPPLE, and Alexander CASALL. The … Continue reading

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JavaLand 2016 Slides are online: “How to contribute to JavaFX?”

Being a JavaFX contributor I had been asked to give some introduction at JavaLand 2016 on the official process to report bugs and develop features for JavaFX. The slides from my short talk can be found at Speakerdeck now (German). … Continue reading

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Slides online “JavaFX 8 Jumpstart” (University Stuttgart)

The slides of my short introduction on JavaFX 8 at University Stuttgart can be found on Speakerdeck.

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parallel//2016 – I’m speaking!

At “parallel//2016” (Heidelberg/Germany, April 6th through 8th) I will address the topic of formulating fibers in pure Java SE 8, using the CompletableFuture API.

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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 … Continue reading

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REST 101 Required Course: HATEOAS (Kai TÖDTER, JavaLand 2016)

One thing most RESTful applications and / or frameworks do really miss is HATEOAS. This most hard to understand concept of the REST architectural pattern changes the way distributed applications are built fundamentally, and is hard to find in real-life … Continue reading

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