Code One 2019 is almost here! Join us September 16-19 in San Francisco. We’re excited to be sponsors this year, but mostly we’re looking forward to connecting with developers around Java, open source, cloud modernization and cloud-native app development.
From fun hands-on coding challenges to incredible speakers, we think it’s going to be a great event. We hope you’ll stop by booth 3101 to meet us.
Test your coding skills: Cloud-native workshop and QuickLabs
Workshop: Hands-on, open cloud-native development with Kabanero and Java [HOL6624]
Monday, 16 September, Room 3024A
Choose the time that works best for you!
12:30-2:30 PM or 2:45-4:45 PM or 5:00–7:00 PM
Explore modern, cloud-native app development that uses Java and the latest open technologies in this deep dive hands-on workshop. The workshop lets you use Kabanero, a new open source project that integrates popular open source projects (Tekton, Kubernetes, Appsody, etc) and delivers a simplified, seamless development experience.
Code for Socks QuickLabs: Booth 3101 We challenge you to use your coding skills for . . . cool socks. In 15 minutes or less, with a few lines of code, explore some of the latest in Java, open source, frameworks, and more. You can then claim victory and a special pair of socks.
- Cloud-native development with Kabanero
- Getting started with Open Liberty
- Akka and Kubernetes: a symbiotic love story
- Intro to Kabanero and Spring
Come talk open source Java
Join us at Booth 3101 to talk about the newest cloud-native, Java open source projects at IBM, including:
- Kabanero: Find out about this new open source project that brings together Knative, Istio, and Tekton with new open projects Codewind, Appsody, and Razee into an end-to-end solution to architect, build, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of Kubernetes-based applications.
- Open Liberty: Experience the power of this cloud runtime for building cloud native apps in a fun, interactive game, Liberty Bikes. Open Liberty provides fully compatible implementations of Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfile.
- Cloud-native Java: Talk to IBMers who are actively contributing to the open Java communities including: Open Liberty, Eclipse OpenJ9, Jakarata EE, Eclipse MicroProfile, Spring, Reactive and more.
Socialize with other Java developers and get your books signed
Cloud-native Java networking evening:
IBM is excited to co-sponsor the first networking evening at Code One. The event brings the Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfile communities together for a time of celebration around the significant achievements of the past year.
Book signing: Meet the authors and get a free “Developing Open Cloud Native Microservices: Your Java Code in Action” ebook. Tuesday, September 17 from 2:30 – 4:00 PM.
IBM sessions at Code One
Hear from IBMers on topics covering cloud native development, new open source projects, machine learning, communities, and more.
|Session Date/Time||Session Title||Speaker Name|
|16 Sept 12:30-2:30 PM||Hands-on Lab: Open Cloud Native Development with Kabanero and Java [HOL6624]||Steve Poole, Graham Charters|
|16 Sept 2:45-4:45 PM||Hands-on Lab: Open Cloud Native Development with Kabanero and Java [HOL6624]||Steve Poole, Graham Charters|
|16 Sept 5:00-7:00 PM||Hands-on Lab: Open Cloud Native Development with Kabanero and Java [HOL6624]||Steve Poole, Graham Charters|
|16 Sept 5:00 PM||Seven Principles of Productive Software Developers [DEV2118]||Sebastian Daschner|
|16 Sept 5:00 PM||Creating a Cloud Native Microservice: Which Programming Model Should I Use? [DEV1573]||Emily Jiang|
|16 Sept 5:00 PM||FaaS Meets Java EE: Developing Cloud Native Applications at Speed [DEV3080]||Chris Bailey|
|16 Sept 5:00 PM||Ignite Session [IGN6313]||Grace Jansen|
|16 Sept 6:00 PM||Your Java Code Just Needs a Little Injection: It Won’t Hurt! [DEV3631]||Gordon Hutchinson|
|17 Sept 8:45 AM||Java Application Security the Hard Way: A Workshop for the Serious Developer [TUT2851]||Steve Poole|
|17 Sept 12:30 PM||Let’s Talk About Communities [BOF3992]||Billy Korando|
|17 Sept 1:30 PM||Beyond Jakarta EE 8 [DEV1391]||Ian Robinson|
|17 Sept 1:30 PM||Overcoming Obstacles: Using Next-Gen Tools to Streamline Your Move to the Cloud [DEV6686]||Erin Schnabel|
|17 Sept 2:00 PM||Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Myths and Reality [DEV6005]||James Weaver|
|18 Sept 11:30 AM||Configuration: JSR 382 [DEV2207]||Emily Jiang|
|18 Sept 11:30 AM||Condy? NestMates? Constable? Understanding JDK11 and JDK12’s JVM Features [DEV3407]||Dan Heidinga|
|18 Sept 11:30 AM||Breaking Stereotypes [BOF3757]||Mary Grygleski|
|18 Sept 11:30 AM||Fast, Efficient Jakarta EE for the Cloud [DEV4576]||Alasdair Nottingham|
|18 Sept 12:30 PM||Hands-on Java EE with Docker and Kubernetes – BYOL [HOL1138]||Ahmad Gohar|
|18 Sept 1:30 PM||Bulletproof Java Enterprise Applications for the Hard Production Life [DEV2122]||Sebastian Daschner|
|18 Sept 4:00 PM||Fantastic Data Consistency Techniques and Where to Find Them [DEV3922]||Gordon Hutchinson|
|18 Sept 6:00 PM||Streamline Integration Testing with Testcontainers [DEV3744]||Kevin Sutter|
|18 Sept 6:00 PM||Streamline Integration Testing with Testcontainers [DEV3744]||Andrew Guibert|
|18 Sept 6:00 PM||Share What You Know, Become a Speaker, and Get Accepted at Events [DEV5993]||Mary Grygleski|
|19 Sept 9:00 AM||Eclipse MicroProfile: The Present and the Future [BOF2200]||Emily Jiang|
|19 Sept 9:00 AM||Modern Development: How Containers Are Changing Everything [DEV2849]||Steve Poole|
|19 Sept 9:00 AM||Modern Development: How Containers Are Changing Everything [DEV2849]||Andy Watson|
|19 Sept 9:00 AM||You Have Nothing to Say? Let Us Help You! [BOF3734]||Mary Grygleski|
|19 Sept 10:00 AM||Striving for More-Productive Development Workflows [DEV2115]||Sebastian Daschner|
|19 Sept 10:00 AM||Reactive Microservices in Action [DEV4322]||Emily Jiang|
|19 Sept 10:00 AM||Stop Feeling Stuck! Design Your Career and Overcome the Plateau [DEV6010]||Kevin Sutter|
|19 Sept 10:00 AM||Stop Feeling Stuck! Design Your Career and Overcome the Plateau [DEV6010]||James Weaver|
|19 Sept 12:15 PM||Data Visualization, Processing, and ML (on the JVM!) with Apache Zeppelin [DEV2237]||Pratik Patel|
|19 Sept 12:15 PM||Data Visualization, Processing, and ML (on the JVM!) with Apache Zeppelin [DEV2237]||Mo Haghighi|
|19 Sept 12:15 PM||Making Java a First-Class Citizen with Machine Learning [DEV1306]||Dan Heidinga|
|19 Sept 12:15 PM||How to Get Along with HATEOS Without Letting the Bad Guys Steal Your Lunch [DEV2850]||Steve Poole|
|19 Sept 12:15 PM||How to Get Along with HATEOS Without Letting the Bad Guys Steal Your Lunch [DEV2850]||Graham Charters|
|19 Sept 2:15 PM||Microservices with Docker and Kubernetes: Best Practices for Java Developers [DEV2043]||Ahmad Gohar|
|19 Sept 2:15 PM||Migrating Beyond Java 8 [DEV2100]||Dalia Abo Sheasha|
|19 Sept 2:15 PM||Team Diversity the Successful Way [DEV6012]||Mary Grygleski|