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Data Frames -and- Jakarta EE 11

June 13 THURS 6:30pm-8pm Presentation

 

Two Talks!

Data Frames for Modern Data Analytics
and
Jakarta EE 11

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From Chaos to Clarity: Data Frames in Java

Finding that traditional data structures just aren’t cutting it? The Java Collections Framework and tools like Eclipse Collections are useful but can fall short in complex scenarios. Defining domain classes can help, but frequent data and business logic changes make refactoring a constant hassle. Alternatives like map-oriented programming often result in cumbersome and hard-to-read code. Enter data frames. They combine the efficiency of collection frameworks with the ease of grouping and transforming data. Join me for a talk and code demo to see how data frames can simplify tasks like data transformation, enrichment, validation, and reconciliation in your Java projects. You’ll learn how to streamline your workflows and handle data more effectively.

Jakarta EE 11: Going Beyond the Era of Java EE

Join us for an informative presentation on the evolution and future of Jakarta EE. Since its inception in 2018, Jakarta EE has grown from an open-source continuation of Java EE 8 into a robust platform with significant updates and new features. We’ll explore the major milestones from Jakarta EE 8 to the transformative Jakarta EE 9, and the introduction of the Core Profile in Jakarta EE 10. As Jakarta EE 11 prepares for its GA release in the first half of 2024, we’ll dive into its new and updated specifications, including its alignment with Java 21, the latest LTS release. Our session will offer a concise history of Java EE/Jakarta EE, highlight the exciting changes in Jakarta EE 11, and provide practical insights with code examples.

Thanks to BNYM for hosting!
Thanks to GridGain for the pizza!
Thanks to O’Reilly for the Java books!

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Vlad Zakharov

Vlad is a hands-on Technical Architect with over twenty years of experience in architecture, design, and implementing scalable and sustainable applications and platforms. Vlad brings insight and energy to large, complex technical projects. He is a Java and OO subject matter expert who has worked with large, globally distributed teams and transformed developer culture. Vlad held roles in both engineering and leadership at BlackRock, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and IBM. His commitment to the tech industry is further demonstrated by his membership in the Expert Group for JSR 335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Programming Language) and his service on the Java Community Process Executive Committee.

 

Mike Redlich

Michael Redlich has been a prominent figure in the Java community for over 25 years. He founded the Garden State Java User Group in 2001 and currently serves as one of its directors. Since 2016, he has been a key contributor to InfoQ as a Java community news editor, where he produces weekly Java news roundups and technical content. In 2023, Michael joined Payara as a contract Developer Advocate and Technical Writer. Michael is a sought-after speaker at various industry conferences, including Oracle Code One and JCON World. He contributes to the Jakarta NoSQL and Jakarta Data specifications and is a member of the Jakarta EE Ambassadors leadership council. Recognized for his significant contributions, he was named a Java Champion in April 2023. Before his current roles, Michael had a distinguished 33½-year career at ExxonMobil, where he specialized in scientific applications and polymer physics.

Meeting Location

Bank of New York Mellon, 
88 Murray Street, New York, NY 10286

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