One of the many great things about this year’s Boot Camp is the number of outstanding technical sessions. There were so many exciting topics it became difficult to choose just one when there were overlapping sessions. I managed to break away from my booth duty (Thanks, Gaby!) and attended some of the sessions. I enjoyed all of them and would like to share with you my positive experience. I recommend that you download these presentations when they become available from Connect.
“Monitoring & Management of 100’s of JVM’s” – Larry Ruch, Pulse
One of the topics on many Java practitioners’ mind is “Java Garbage Collection”, which has often caused concern about its unpredictable impact on performance. Larry’s presentation guides us through the tools and methodology that he uses to manage the many, many JVM’s on his NonStop systems. Very interesting and enlightening!
“OSS architecture overview” – John Zimsky, HPE
Many of us probably had talked to John at one point or another regarding an OS, Java or OSS issue. John is super knowledgeable and always very helpful. It was great to sit in his session as he provided a quick overview of OSS architecture and some of its internal structures.
“Java Pathway Server Development using Spring” – David Wiseman, TELUS
David’s Java presentations are always interesting at Boot Camps. In his presentation this year, David covered not only how he build his application on Spring, but also his use of the “Decorator Design Pattern”. It is great to learn about customers like Telus using Java and modern tools to develop their NonStop applications.