Ben Hale, Paul Harris and Stephane Maldini talk about what led them to choose a reactive API, how they designed and implemented it using Project Reactor.
Alex Holden talks about hackers and their attacks, their latest techniques and the defenses needed today and tomorrow. He also talks about a number of recent breaches as well as lessons learned.
Jarrod Overson talks about a world where passwords are traded, sold, verified, and used to exploit sites, how to recognize malicious traffic, and how to take a stand against attackers.
Amber Case talks about the road from VR to AR, the history and future of wearables, human augmentation, infrastructure, machine vision, computer backpacks, heads up displays, reality editing, etc.
Keaty Gross talks about PCF Dev, a new distribution of Cloud Foundry designed to run on a laptop or workstation, useful to develop and debug locally on a fully featured Cloud Foundry.
Stéphane Maldini explores how the new Reactor design, structure and features can progressively help developers go Reactive.
Sebastien Deleuze and Stephane Maldini talk about developing Reactive applications using Reactor Core 2.5, and using Flux and Mono types with various exercises.
Fabio Carvalho and Eduardo Solis from PayPal discuss adding Spring Boot to their RESTful Java framework providing a microservices architecture based on cloud, CI, Docker and embedded containers.
Ray Tsang discusses using gRPC's streaming API to build sophisticated real-time applications, diving into integration with Maven, Gradle, Spring Boot and RxJava.
Dan Woods presents Ratpack and Spring Boot's complementary integrations, and demonstrates, through live coding, building a high performance microservice.
Alan Barrington-Hughes and Pavithra Ramaswamy discuss key concepts in agile database refactoring, demonstrating a no outage deployment with nginx using a blue-green method.