Double Bubble – vJUG Jenkins X, James Strachan / Java 8 Streams, Anton Balaniuc

When: Saturday 24 January, 1970

Where: - Next to The Palace Bar, Fleet Street

Our first DubJUG in June sees a ‘tune-in’ to vJUG’s online meetup with James Strachan where he will cover Jenkins X, followed by a presentation on Java 8 Streams by local developer and DubJUG Platinum Member Anton Balaniuc. BE SURE TO READ THE REGISTRATION NOTES! vJUG Talk – Jenkins X: Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes The last 5 years has seen a huge change in how we build, package, run and manage software with the rise of Kubernetes, Cloud Native, Microservices and Continuous Delivery. As a result we all need to get better at delivering business value to our customers faster and continuously with a cloud native strategy – but how? This @virtualJUG talk will introduce you to a new open source project, Jenkins X which is an open source CI / CD platform for Kubernetes based on Jenkins. Presented by James Strachan, after a couple of slides he will demonstrate how to get stuff done with Jenkins X: * easily setup your own Jenkins based CI / CD system on your cloud of choice* quickly get started developing new microservices with automated CI / CD* import existing projects with automated CI / CD* use Pull Requests to trigger CI, Preview Environments, human approval then a full CD release* use automated provisioning to testing, staging, ephemeral and production environments via helm charts and GitOps After this talk you should be able to develop at full speed with CI / CD in a cloud native way in any language on any cloud or kubernetes cluster! Lets all go faster! Find James on Twitter @jstrachan . BEERS & PIZZA COURTESY OF OUR FABULOUS DUBJUG PARTNERS. Talk 2 – Java 8 Streams Even though Java 8 was released 4 years ago, still a large proportion of Java developers are using streams, and at best lot’s of people are just learning and adopting streams. In this presentation by Dublin Java User Group Platinum Member Anton Balaniuc, a software developer at Workday, you will find out what is a stream, how and when to use it, and a chance to solve a few stream puzzles. Find Anton on Twitter @anton_balaniuc REGISTRATION NOTES The first talk is a Virtual Java User Group session – you can join the official page at The Dublin Java User Group meetups are designed to enhance the knowledge of developers and technology professionals. Due to the overwhelming demand to attend our events they are always full so make sure you’re subscribed to the wait-list here to get the release notification of this and future Dublin Java User Group events. Better still, email [masked] and we’ll tell you how to become a coveted platinum member of the Ireland’s longest running and most respected Java User Group.

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