I am presenting four sessions at Oracle Code one this year! I am also running a Hacking Jakarta EE at the Hackergarten Wednesday (1:00-2:30PM)
Monday @ 6:00 PM – Hacking the NetBeans Profiler (BOF) Moscone South – Room 305
The NetBeans Profiler is an open source profiler that is well written, modular, and incredibly easy to hack. In this BOF session, you’ll learn about the different features of this profiler and how you can build custom tools for analyzing heaps and profile applications. With custom command-line profiling tools, you can easily automate profiling as well as profile applications in remote production or cloud environments.
Wednesday @ 6:00 PM Practical MicroProfile with Java EE – Moscone South – Room 203
This session looks at how you can use theMicroProfileAPIs to turbocharge your existing Java EE application. The new APIs added in MicroProfileare available in both Payara and Open Liberty (Java EE containers). With both of these containers, you get both Java EE and MicroProfile. Even if you aren’t writing microservices, MicroProfilehas many exciting features to improve your existing applications.
1:15 Advanced Topics in Modularization – Moscone South – Room 204
The Java platform now natively supports modularization. This session provides an update on tooling and takes an in-depth look at using services and module layers. It also covers best practices for project structure, publishing modules to a repository, and testing modular applications.
3:15 Polygot Java EE on GraalVM – Moscone South – Room 202