Michael Hunger and Lorenzo Speranzoni show how easy it is to get started with Spring Data Neo4j using Spring Boot.
Roy Clarkson and Greg Turnquist provide a quick overview of the Spring Data REST project, explains fundamental design decisions and introduces new features of the latest version.
Erdem Gunay, Tim Hobson and Zach Lendon present their experiences with with Spring Boot.
This talk shows what Spring Boot has to offer the web developer out of the box: content negotiation, internationalization, view templates, security, messaging with websockets, etc.
Viktor Klang shows the purpose and power of streaming concurrent data processing with safe bounds using back pressure, discussing Akka streams and dynamic runtime as well as compile time optimizations
Josh Long and Phillip Webb present what Spring Boot is, why it's turning heads, why you should consider it for your next application and how to get started.
Eric Redmond explains the differences and commonalities amongst many kinds of databases and takes a stab at the marketing term “NoSQL.”
Sam Brannen provides an overview of what's been deprecated, what's changed, and what's been introduced in Spring's testing support, with real life examples and tips for best practices.
Earl Barr, Mark Marron discuss building time-travel debuggers for managed languages, implemented with Tardis, and enabling developers to investigate what happened prior hitting a bug.
Dan Woods talks about Ratpack, an asynchronous web framework for the JVM that was inspired by the simplistic nature of Ruby's Sinatra framework.
Grails comes with extensive testing support, ranging from unit to integration to functional tests. Ken Kousen demonstrates the range of options available both natively and through testing plugins.
Don Syme makes a journey through the modern programming landscape and the F# approach to research, language design, interoperability, tooling and community.