Ted Tollefson and Shawn Sherwood cover the steps needed to extend Initializr to accomplish easy microservice consumption.
Joel Semeniuk gives a keynote on the next decade of software development, what the trends trends are, what is driving them, and what the role of innovation is in all of this.
Sam Brannen overviews testing improvements in Spring 4.3, covers recent improvements in Spring MVC Test and testing features in Spring 5.0, adding examples with upcoming support for JUnit 5 on Java 8.
Phil Webb discusses the new features added to Spring Boot 1.4 to help with testing, how to do unit testing, how and when to involve Spring in tests, and useful tools and libraries.
Sergi Almar talks about the Angular2 architecture and how TypeScript allows us to build more maintainable and clean applications having the benefits of a typed language.
Eddú Meléndez Gonzales takes a look at what Spring Boot is, why it should be considered it for an application and how to get started.
Ben Evans and Jim Gough introduce JMH, explaining how to use it and what is happening behind the scenes to make a benchmark as accurate as possible, and how to interpret the results.
Rob Winch and Joe Grandja discuss how to easily secure an application with Spring Security 4.1 and focus on some of the new features found in Spring Security 4.1.
Rossen Stoyanchev introduces reactive programming and discusses how it impacts application design from the perspective of a Java developer and what is the support for reactive web apps in Spring 5.
Sean T. Allen talks about creating repeatable tests using programmatic fault injection, message tracing, and auditing to create a trustworthy system which provides correct results.
Nicholas Grabowski talks about a strategy for migrating 100s of legacy .NET apps and new .NET Core apps to CF, mentioning lifecycle management with BOSH, .NET Core on Linux.
Matthew Renze introduces the R programming language as well as demonstrates how R can be used to create data visualizations to complete day-to-day developer tasks.