Re: Accepted Talks
The good news is that a lot of interesting talks have been selected :)
Yes, I'm planning to attend FOSDEM and would be happy to meet in a BoF.
I'm currently working on a presentation around camel-K as I have people
interested in that, but yeah I could come back to the presentation around
bean binding after that.
On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 1:14 PM Zoran Regvart <zoran@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Cameleers,
> Here's the list of accepted talks at FOSDEM Free Java DevRoom 2019,
> sadly talk proposed by Alex on Camel didn't get short listed.
> I'd still like to organize a Birds of a Feather session at FOSDEM, I'm
> watching for when a call for those is announced and I'll have some
> news on that as soon as that gets through.
> And Alex, if you're planning on attending FOSDEM, I think it would be
> great if you can give your talk at the Camel BoF.
> I'd still encourage everyone able to go to FOSDEM to do so, I think
> it'll be a great chance to share experiences and talk about Camel 3
> And of course meet in person :)
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Mario Torre <neugens.limasoftware@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 11:50 AM
> Subject: Accepted Talks
> To: java-devroom <java-devroom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hello all!
> We are finally ready to announce the list of accepted talks for the
> Free Java DevRoom 2018.
> Like every other year, this was a very difficult selection, this year
> in particular we had an overwhelming amount of high quality proposals
> and naturally we had to reject many given the time we have for the
> DevRoom. Some of those presentation may still be interesting for the
> following OpenJDK contributors workshop though, so if you are
> interested please check out the website here:
> Without further ado here is the list, in no particular order:
> Java Checkpoint/Restore - Christine Flood
> OpenJDK Governing Board Q&A - The OpenJDK GB Members
> Loom: Weaving executions - Ron Pressler
> Java Langauge Futures - Brian Goetz
> An introduction to Middleware Application Monitoring with Java Mission
> Control and Flight Recorder - Mario Torre And Marcus Hirt
> Securing the JVM, neither for fun nor for profit, but do you really
> have a choice? - Nicolas Frankel
> Learning about Deep Learning: Applications for OpenJDK/Java
> Verification - Shelley Lambert
> Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and Machine Learning -
> Christian Thalinger
> Making the JIT part of the cloud - Irwin D'Souza
> A walkthrough guide to implementing a compiler intrinsic - Andrew Dinn
> Build your own GC with OpenJDK in 20 minutes - Roman Kennke
> The State of OpenJDK - Mark Reinhold
> Java with Docker: How to Make it Work - Adam Farley8
> The Missing Benchmark Metric: Memory Consumption - Jens Wilke
> Rumble in the Java Jungle - Volker Simonis
> Tested for Business: An Open and Transparent Quality Kit - Shelley Lambert
> I will work on the schedule and try to finalise everything by end of
> the week, and also followup with the accepted speakers individually in
> the next hours for a final round of confirmation.
> I wish to take this opportunity to thank you all for sending a
> proposals and helping making this once more one of the most
> interesting Java conference in the world!
> Mario Torre
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