Oracle Code One: Let’s talk open source, Java, cloud, and . . . cool socks

September 4, 2019 devadvin

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.

Challenges include:

  • 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

Previous Article
I shellcheck and you should too
I shellcheck and you should too

This post is about ShellCheck and the power that can come from using it to find bugs in shell scripts.

Next Article
Get your enterprise apps ready for the cloud
Get your enterprise apps ready for the cloud

Attend face-to-face events (in Hursley, UK or Chicago, IL) that feature app modernization and cloud-native ...

×

Want our latest news? Subscribe to our blog!

Last Name
First Name
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!