Are you interested into getting deep insight into the new features that Project Jigsaw offers in Java 9 ?Project Jigsaw is one of the biggest changes introduced in Java since the launch of the Java programming language back in 1995. It has a great impact on the way we architect and develop Java applications.Project Jigsaw represents a brand new modular system that brings lots of features and empowers developers to build modular applications using Java 9.In this presentation you will see how the entire JDK was divided into modules and how the source code was reorganized around them.You will learn all what you need to know in order to start developing reliable, secure and maintainable modular Java applications with Project Jigsaw.You will see how to define modules and how to compile, package and run a Java application using Jigsaw.You’ll learn how to take advantage of the new module path and how to create modular run-time images that represent smaller and compacter JREs that consist only of the modules you need.Having a Java 7 or 8 application and you are intending to migrate it to Java 9? In this talk you’ll learn how to do it using top-down migration and bottom-up migration.Are you afraid that your application code will break when switching to Java 9? No problem, you’ll see what you should do in order to make your application suitable for Java 9.
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Uhrzeit: 18:30 Uhr
Ort: Elsenheimerstraße 47A, München
Speaker: Alexandru Jecan
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Alexandru Jecan is a Java consultant, architect and author. He has extensive knowledge in architecting, developing and testing enterprise, web and client-server software applications.He currently writes for an American publisher a book called “Java 9 Modularity”, which presents all you need to know in order to start developing modular applications using the Java programming language and Project Jigsaw. The book also focuses on migrating existing applications to Java 9.