Slides and video recording for my session on “Lightweight Java Architectures” from OpenSlava 2016 conference

With the fond memories from our participation in OpenSlava 2016 conference (Bratislava, Slovak Republic) still fresh in my mind, I wanted to share with you the slides and video recording for my session on “Lightweight Java Architectures”.

Besides that session, I also conducted a hands-on workshop on ADOP, The DevOps Platform (https://accenture.github.io/adop-docker-compose/) along with José María Gutiérrez, one of my teammates. Memorable time with the workshop participants. I wish we helped to spread the interest in ADOP and hopefully a few more ‘hackers’ willing to use it, improve it and extend it.

Our time in Bratislava was unforgettable. I am deeply grateful for having participated in such a great event, extremely well organized and hosted by some of the most talented people I’ve met (and have the great luck of working with them). You all rock!

Furthermore, I can only say thank you very, very much to all the people that voted this session as the best one of the conference. I feel honoured by your recognition and hope to meet you again soon.

These are the links:

Session abstract: http://www.openslava.sk/2016/#/sessions/6

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/deors/openslava-2016-lightweight-java-architectures

Video recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfQyOchT8oQ

openslava-2016-lightweight-java-architecture

Finally, I would like to encourage you all to watch the video recordings for the whole conference which are available, organised by conference track, in the OpenSlava YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiHa442MD4GjCnthMEPT2dg/feed

Amazing panel of speakers and unparalleled selection of topics. Enjoy!

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Author: deors

senior technology architect in accenture, with a passion for technology related stuff, celtic music and the best sci-fi, among other thousand things!

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