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Code One CFP Extended!

Hello Orlandojug!  For those of you interested in going to Java One, now known as Code One, the call for papers has been extended a week. …

Started by Michael Levin

0 May 13

Bits and Bobs (or, Gleasons)

Hello, OrlandoJUG! We had a great meeting last week. Didn't come? You missed out on a great talk about Java Server Faces and Servlet by…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Feb 2, 2016

OrlandoJUG September

Hello OJUG, I'm in San Francisco for Java One. Chris Schaefer is doing a great job with the Sarasota JUG and Vlad's hosting some amazing p…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Sep 25, 2014

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Presentation: Microservices: API Re-platforming @Expedia

Mariano Albera describes how the Expedia Affiliate Network unit underwent a massive replatforming project that moved from an on-prem monolith to a cloud-based microservice architecture. The challenge with the replatforming project was maintaining Expedia's existing work while completely rethinking their architecture for the Affiliate Network.

By Mariano Albera

Presentation: Actors or Not: Async Event Architectures

Yaroslav Tkachenko discusses two approaches to an asynchronous event-based architecture. The first is a "classic" style protocol that they've been implementing at Demonware (Activision) for Call of Duty back-end services. The second is an actor-based approach in place at Bench Accounting. He explores the benefits, challenges, and lessons learned architecting both Actor and Non-Actor systems.

By Yaroslav Tkachenko

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