JAX London 2013

The Best of Java Tech

28 30 October 2013

JAX London runs 28th – 30th October, 2013, at Park Plaza Victoria, London.

Come to JAX London and hear from some of the industry's brightest and most respected experts.

JAX’s roots remain firmly embedded in Java, but the industry is now about far more than just the language and platform alone: it's about a new generation of web technologies and cloud based services, sophisticated architectural decisions for maximum flexibility and scalability, integration of Big Data technologies, and on the client side, the rise of powerful web apps and mobile post-PC devices.

JAX London will have a nucleus of Enterprise and Core Java topics, and also reflect the industry’s hottest trends, considering the part Java will play.

59 speakers

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  • Björn Antonsson @bantonsson Björn Antonsson has over 10 years of experience of JVM design and development as one of the JRockit JVM founders and 15 years of Java experience.
  • Sergey Balashevich With 10+ years in the software development industry, Sergey serves as a Chief of Java and Mobile Department.
  • Brent Beer @brntbeer Brent's been a passionate user of Git and GitHub for a number of years beginning in university where he constantly tried to adopt the way students collaborated.
  • Chris Chedgey @chedgey Chris has a Masters in Software Engineering from Trinity College Dublin, with over 25 years software engineering experience gained in Ireland, Canada and the US
  • Daniel Feist Daniel Feist is a software architect at MuleSoft and works on the core of Mule ESB, the most widely used open-source ESB.
  • Paul Fremantle @pzfreo Paul Fremantle is CTO of WSO2, where he works on Open Source projects in Apache, including the Apache Synapse and Incubator projects.
  • Trisha Gee @trisha_gee Trisha is a developer at 10gen (the MongoDB company), has expertise in Java high performance systems and is passionate about enabling developer productivity.
  • Arun Gupta @arungupta Arun Gupta is a Java EE & GlassFish Evangelist working at Oracle. Arun has over 14 years of experience in software industry.
  • Graeme Johnson Graeme Johnson (Java 7 Technical Lead, Architect JVM Customizations for Cloud) has been developing virtual machines and debuggers since he joined IBM in 1994.
  • Sandro Mancuso @sandromancuso Software craftsman and co-founder of the London Software Craftsmanship Community (LSCC).
  • Simon Maple @sjmaple Simon is a Technical Evangelist at ZeroTurnaround, but is less about preaching and more about discussion and interaction.
  • Steve Millidge @l33tj4v4 Founder and Technical Director at C2B2, Expert Group member for JSR 286 (Portals), JSR 347 (Data Grids) and JSR 107 (Caching).
  • John oliver John has performed research and development in many languages for 15 years.
  • Simon Ritter @speakjava Simon Ritter is a Java Technology Evangelist at Oracle Corporation.
  • Ian Robinson @iansrobinson Ian is an engineer at Neo Technology, currently working on research and development for future versions of the Neo4j graph database.
  • John Stevenson Heroku @jr0cket John is a Community Developer at Heroku & Salesforce and an active organiser of several communities in London.
  • Ben Stopford Ben Stopford is a specialist in compute and data grid technologies with experience at several investment banks and at Thoughtworks.
  • Ben Summers @bensummers Ben has been developing software for longer than he quite realises.
  • Richard Warburton @RichardWarburto Richard is an empirical technologist and solver of deep-dive technical problems.
  • Stefan Zeiger @StefanZeiger Stefan Zeiger is a Senior Software Engineer at Typesafe and the tech lead for Slick, the Scala database library
  • Chris Bailey Chris Bailey is part of the Java Technology Center (JTC) team in IBM based at the Hursley Park Development Lab in the UK.
  • Jim Gough @JavaJimLondon James (Jim) Gough graduated Warwick University in 2007 with a keen interest in building communities and a passion for technology, Java in particular.
  • Chris Harris @cj_harris5

Coverage of JAX London 2013

71 sessions

Day 1 Monday 28th October 2013

Day 2 Tuesday 29th October 2013

31 sessions presented by 59 speakers

Day 3 Wednesday 30th October 2013

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Park Plaza Victoria

England England / London

239 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW1V 1EQ

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  • Ian Robinson
  • John Stevenson
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  • Ben Summers
  • Richard Warburton
  • Stefan Zeiger
  • Chris Bailey
  • Jim Gough
  • Ted Neward
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