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Encontro Técnico SouJava

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Não pode ir ao QCon SP esse ano? Não se preocupe, o SouJava trará pra você uma amostra do que há melhor neste grande evento... inteiramente grátis!

Confira abaixo a programação e inscreva-se já, pois as vagas são limitadas.


19:30 - Abertura
19:40 - Deconstructing REST Security - Jean-Louis Monteiro
20:20 - Reactive applications with Eclipse Vert.x - Thomas Segismont
21:00 - Choosing a NoSQL API and Database to Avoid Tombstones and Dragons in Game On! - Leonardo Rocha Lima
21:30 - Pizza!

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Deconstructing REST Security

The learning curve for security is severe and unforgiving. Specifications promise infinite flexibility, habitually give old concepts new names, are riddled with extensions, and almost seem designed to deliberately confuse. For a back-end REST developer, choking all this down for the first time is mission impossible. With an aggressive distaste for fancy terminology, this session delves into OAuth 2.0 as it pertains to REST and shows how it falls into two camps: stateful and stateless. The presentation also details a competing Amazon-style approach called HTTP Signatures and digs into the architectural differences of all three, with a heavy focus on the wire, showing actual HTTP messages and enough detail to have you thinking, "I could write this myself."


Reactive applications with Eclipse Vert.x

Vert.x is a toolkit to write reactive and polyglot applications on the JVM. It has a wide ecosystem of modules, all based on the reactive paradigm, performant and easy to use for all kind of systems: realtime web, IoT, protocol adpaters, distributed applications and, of course, microservices.


Choosing a NoSQL API and Database to Avoid Tombstones and Dragons in Game On!

Game On! (@gameontext – http://game-on.org) is an awesome throwback text-based adventure built with microservices. Completely open source, it enables everyone to choose their own adventure to learn about microservices concepts while extending the game. One of the core services is the Map, which maintains a two-dimensional map containing all the registered rooms. The Map started with a document store as a back end, but as the Map changed over time, tombstones started to accrue. And then people started to ask how to manage three dimensions, and dragons appeared. Come to this session to find out why the decision was made to change the NoSQL back end, how it was done, and the result of the change with a new NoSQL API (http://jnosql.org/).


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Jean-Louis Monteiro

Jean-Louis is Director of Engineering at Tomitribe, Member of the Apache Foundation, seasoned Architect and deeply passionate about Open Source. His background is in banking, insurance, telecommunications, and public domain. His first contributions to Apache were implementing WS-Security in TomEE and is an active contributor to many other projects including OpenEJB, OpenWebBeans, Geronimo and Sirona. He is involved in the Java Community Process (JCP) and is an active member of the EJB 3.2 expert group. He shares his knowledge by speaking at Java User Groups (JUG) and conferences such as ApacheCon Europe and Devoxx. His past experiences and present specialties include Spring, Hibernate, JPA, CDI, JSP, SOAP, RESTful services, WS-Security, Tapestry, Tomcat, IBM WebSphere, Java EE, SOA architecture and much more. And beyond his “normal” workday he also teaches Web Services, Java EE, and more at his local university in France. If Jean-Louis is not coding or playing with his precious children, Luna, Luka and Luis, he is living his second life as a referee in the French National Handball League.

Thomas Segismont

Thomas Segismont is a Vert.x core team member, specially interested in clustering and monitoring. As a developer for nearly 15 years, he has worked on various projects (finance, tourism, banking, hosting). He joined Red Hat in 2012, initially contributing to the Hawkular time series database. He lives in Marseille, France with his wife and four kids.


Leonardo Rocha Lima

Leonardo Lima, CTO da V2COM, trabalha com soluções Java SE, ME e EE desde 2005, arquitetando e desenvolvendo sistemas para Internet Industrial das Coisas. Pelo seu uso extensivo de Java, do campo (firmware) ao datacenter (cloud), a Plataforma da V2COM recebeu o prêmio Oracle Excellence Award em 2013. Leonardo também é o representante da V2COM no Comitê Executivo do Java Community Process (JCP), onde ele liderou a JSR 363, Unidades de Medida, e fomenta o uso de Java nos ambientes embarcados e de servidor.

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