Developer Advocate - ZeroTurnaround
Oleg Šelajev is an engineer, author, speaker, lecturer and advocate at ZeroTurnaround. He is also kinda pursuing a PhD. Oleg enjoys hanging out with people, and participating in conferences like JavaOne, JavaZone, Devoxxes and others. In his free time, Oleg plays chess at a semi-grandmaster level, loves puzzles and solving all kinds of problems.
The upcoming Java 9 release brings with it modularity, a new REPL, a new default garbage collector, HTTP 2 client, and much more. However it importantly misses out on such features as Value Types, JSON API and others. This session looks at what is in and what is out of the Java 9 release and […]
Software has evolved so much that single threaded programs are rarely enough now. In this talk we’ll cover several approaches to organising your concurrent Java code: from managing threads to actor frameworks, to software transactional memory. Writing concurrent code that is also correct is unbelievably hard. Naturally, humanity has developed a number of approaches to […]