We invite senior Java engineers to cultivate an approach toward agile, flexible, and ever-viable software. Learn how to utilize modern tools like Ktor framework and new Alpaca Linux. Discover contemporary practices to steer clear of massive upgrades and migrations.
3 experts will introduce the tools and methods to turn your apps into evergreen software. Spend just 2 hours and pick up hands-on solutions:
Performance Architect at BellSoft
Dmitry is a performance architect at BellSoft, and one of the most active corporate OpenJDK developers. Dmitry’s job is to optimize OpenJDK for x86 and ARM, and to contribute to the development of the smallest Java containers.
Kotlin team Developer Advocate at JetBrains
Anton is a Developer Advocate in the Kotlin team at JetBrains, a Java Champion since 2014, and co-organizer of DevClub.eu, a local developers community in Tallinn, Estonia. Anton’s professional interests include programming languages and developer tooling.
Software development practices for evergreen software are aimed to minimize the migrations, and to adopt lean code, incremental learning, and even longer vacations.
BellSoft’s vast experience in supporting musl to optimize OpenJDK and GraalVM brought forth Alpaca Linux, a perfect OS for runtimes, containers, and microservices. Alpaca is enhanced with a tuned kernel, modern security features, and optimized libc to boost performance.
Find out how to utilize it in Java app development.
Ktor is a lightweight framework for building asynchronous server and client applications. It is used with Kotlin, a powerful programming language, and coroutines.
Discover Ktor features and create a simple application with WebSockets and a database to start utilizing Ktor for backend development.
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