adesso Now On slideshare
My employer adesso AG is now on slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/adessoAG/
Most of the presentations are in German. There are quite a few already and of course there are more to come. I thought I would show three presentations here on the blog.
The most popular so far is about security and JSF (German):
Then there is this one about memory and performance analysis in Java - something I think every Java developer should understand (German) :
And this one about Requirements Engineering (German) :
PS: Of course there is still my personal slideshare account with English presentations at http://www.slideshare.net/ewolff/
Labels: Adesso, slideshare
Cloud PowerWorkshop at WJAX
This year at WJAX me and my colleagues Halil-Cem Gürsoy, Andreas Hartmann and Stephan Müller from adesso will present the Cloud Power Workshop for the first time. It will cover everything you need to know to implement application with Java for the Cloud.
We will cover Google App Engine
(GAE). It pioneered the PaaS Cloud approach and is quite broadly used nowadays. At the same time GAE has some limitations that you need to know about to successfully build application on the platform - in particular if you use Java.
Then Cloud Foundry
will be shown - it provides a very interesting approach to PaaS - because it supports relational databases and Tomcat which is quite a familiar platform for most Java developers.
To develop Cloud applications successful you need to use novel architectures. We will cover principles like BASE and the CAP theorem. And we will show how to implement Cloud system with good scalability using RabbitMQ and a NoSQL database. Also Map/Reduce using Apache Hadoop will be demoed.
Of course there will be lot of live coding and material to take away so you can try it at home.
Take a look at the official announcement (German)
- looking forward to see you there!
Labels: Cloud, Cloud Foundry, Google App Engine, NoSQL, RabbitMQ, WJAX