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QCon New York (June 24-26, 2019) is a really cool annual software conference for team leads, architects, senior developers, and technical engineering managers driving innovation on their teams.

This year, I am excited to be hosting the “Modern Java Innovations” track. This track will cover the new features in the recent and near-future releases of Java and the JVM. You’ll hear about modern Java’s influence ranging from cloud-native to IoT, serverless to low-latency data stores, machine learning to scalability, in a variety of application domains.

Here are all the confirmed speakers in my track:
  • Brian Goetz, Java Language Architect @Oracle
  • Bert Ertman, Director of Technology @Luminis_eu
  • Thomas Wuerthinger, Graal Compiler Architect @Oracle
  • Oleg Šelajev, Developer advocate for @GraalVM
  • Kirk Pepperdine, Java Performance Expert & Java Champion
  • Chandra Guntur, Director & Hong Liu, Principal developer in Resilient Systems Engineering @BNYMellon

  • Plus, we'll have a panel. Across all the tracks, there are over 100 speakers at the conference

    QCon is offereing $100 discount if you use the code CodeRanchQNY19. Check it out at  http://bit.ly/2JMRcfg
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