Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Speaking at JavaOne SF 2013

I've got 4 talks to deliver at JavaOne SF this year:
  • UGF10388 - NetBeans Community Tools with JRebel, Jelastic and others. I'll be talking about our NetBeans plugin for JRebel - how it's made and what it does.
  • CON2585 - Embedding JVM Scripting Languages. This talk has been brewing in my head for a long time now. It started at a time when I was investigating applicability business rule engines at my previous job. Amazingly, after some time I realized that in order to implement a BRMS, you actually have to have a very very very good reason. In most cases a rule engine can be as easy as a simple dynamic script that follows some conventions. Scripting languages on JVM allow just that! I'll be talking about embedding scripting into a Java app and assessing different options for the implementation. Will cover Groovy, JRuby and a bit of JavaScript too.
  • CON2578 - Taming Java Agents. Since JRebel is stands on the shoulders of Instrumentation API and bootstraps via -javaagent VM argument, there's good portion of interesting things that I could talk about. Thankfully, Nikita will assist me as he's involved with Plumbr, which also based largely on Instrumentation API, however, it includes some native code as well. Combined, it will be an interesting overview of the underlying technology that enables us to develop awesome tools for Java platform.
  • CON3477 - Apples and Oranges: The Highlights of Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and NetBeans IDE.
  • This will the showcase of all 3 major IDEs - NetBeans IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, and Eclipse (with JBoss Tools plugin). Geertjan suggested we do it together, so there will be 3 speakers, one for each IDE: Geertjan for NetBeans IDE, Max Andersen for Eclipse, and myself for IntelliJ IDEA.

See You At JavaOne!

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