A New Event is Born
Modularity and microservices are experiencing strong momentum in the last couple years. The attention is not unwarranted: in the context of digital transformation enterprises large and small are realizing the advantages of a modular approach, both on the back-end and the front-end. Today, countless developers and their teams are successfully building on, and investing in, modular ways to build stable systems that are flexible enough to respond to the future needs.
Why? - For the first time, the Modularity Conference (MODCONF) will open it’s doors, with the purpose to lead, track, and inform in accordance with that trend.
How? - The event brings together experts to share best-practices, network and talk about latest developments in the field. No matter if these topics have been interesting for you for some time, or if you are just starting to dive into the subject: the event conceived with the notion in mind that all who are interested can contribute, learn and benefit from someone else’s experience and expertise.
What? - Here’s what you can expect: inspiration from practitioners from all over the world, a packed agenda and a great venue. You’ll learn and see how your peers are delivering projects based on modularity, decreasing time to market and making integration easier than ever before. And if you want deep dive in and get your hands dirty: the hands-on workshops that are interactive, applicable and fun.
Lastly, MODCONF is a fantastic place to meet and network with other developers, gather new insights and get a chance to think outside the box. Interested? We’d love to have you!
The detailed agenda will be published soon on www.liferay.com/modconf, and it will include topics like these:
Java modularity concepts: OSGi, Java 9 (Jigsaw), Java frameworks and libraries related to modularity
Reactive/modular JVM programming: Anything related to other languages than Java running on the JVM, tools, libraries and best practices
Methodology & Architecture: Software development methodologies, architectures & best practices to develop clean modular software
IoT: If you have a story to tell about developing in IoT projects, experience reports about building IoT solutions or new open source projects for IoT
Building and testing modules: Share your experience regarding modularity support in developer tools (Maven, Gradle, Bnd, JUnit, Gulp, …)
Modularity for DevOps/Clouds: Examples, tools, lessons learned, … regarding deploying and managing modular applications in various production environments
Want to contribute to the agenda? The Call for Papers is still running at: Papercall
For queries and further information, please do not hesitate to contact us:
+49 (0) 6196-92193-34
With your modularity conference ticket you will join the MODCONF powered by Liferay on November 15, all keynotes of the day as well as the networking party in the evening.
- Before 6 weeks prior event: no fee
- Between 2-6 weeks prior event: 50%fee
- After 2 weeks prior event: 100% fee