Dublin Java User Group – March 2017

When: Thursday 30 March, 2017

Where: TechMeetup.space - Next to The Palace Bar, Fleet Street, Templebar

Dublin Java User Group Presenting Tom Peck / Lightbend lagom – The Opinionated Framework for Java Developers . On Thursday March 30th, we’re privileged to welcome back Tom Peck, who will present lagom, Lightbend’s newest member of their open source family. Tom Peck @tomp3y is a a long-term Scala enthusiast, software engineer, tech lead, architect, geek and teacher. He currently works at Lightbend, and was previously developing at EA and McLaren. He lives just outside of London in the UK with his wife and two kids and when not building software he enjoys building stuff out of wood instead. . lagom – The Opinionated Framework for Java Developers lagom is powerful, opinionated and here to help you break apart your monolith. According to Lightbend’s Kathleen Hayes, “What we observed was that while many companies had unlimited engineering resources and talent, the far greater pool of Java developers needed a more opinionated framework — specifically for Java — that enabled the construction of microservices built to run and scale on the JVM.” In Tom’s presentation, which you can be assured will also be powerful and opinionated, you will learn: The limitations of a traditional, synchronous microservice architecture • How we can decouple our services for better resiliency • The beauty of a message driven architecture • How lagom can make you more productive Discover more about lagom Doors open 18:15 / Last Entry 18:55 / Presentation Starts 19:00 REGISTRATION – READ CAREFULLY Meetups in TechMeeetp.Space are designed to enhance the technical knowledge of attendees, and due to the overwhelming demand to attend our events they are always full. PLEASE NOTE – due to the number of people who reserve seats here on Meetup and then do not show up, entry will only be guaranteed by registering on our OFFICIAL PAGE (click). Pizza and Beers by Stackand.Co – Enhancing Careers. Stackand.Co has been proud to support the Dublin Java User Group. I’ve helped some great people elevate their careers throughout the years, and perhaps we can do the same for you working with companies like this one? I look forward to seeing you in TechMeetup.Space soon. Gerry Nolan / [masked]