The “No Fluff Just Stuff” Java / JVM software symposium brings nationally recognized software architects, authors and speakers to Wakefield, MA March 18-20, 2016.
(Boston, MA) A training event for Java developers will feature over 60 sessions that will train Java programmers on the latest languages, tools, and techniques for developing with the JVM, the web, databases, and mobile applications.
The “No Fluff Just Stuff” Software Symposium is scheduled for March 18-20, 2016 at the Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield in Wakefield, MA. Registration details are available online at NoFluffJustStuff.com. The conference, which begins at noon on Friday and ends at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, is expected to attract hundreds of Java developers and software architects from Boston and surrounding cities.
Registration includes an all-access pass, breakfast, lunch and snacks, session materials, an annual subscription to “NFJS: The Magazine,” an NFJS backpack and t-shirt, free wifi access, and prize giveaways. Special hotel rates and group discounts are available. Visit https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/boston/2016/02/home for complete details.
Speakers scheduled to appear at the event include:
Rohit Bhardwaj a Principal Cloud Engineer with Kronos Inc, Rohit is an expert in application development with HTML5, NGINX, Node JS, Apache Camel, Drools, Sprint, Hibernate, RabbitMQ, Cassandra, Redis, Ruby, Groovy, Rails, web portals, Struts, Oracle 11g, Android, Web Services, and many more.
Michael Carducci A Java developer and technologist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Michael Carducci has developed a CRM for the entertainment industry that launches later this year. In his capacity as a professional mentalist, Carducci has already made several predictions that will be revealed at the event.
Jeremy Deane has over 20 years of software engineering experience in leadership positions. His expertise includes Enterprise Application Integration, Web Application Architecture, and Software Process Improvement. In addition, he is an accomplished conference speaker and technical author.
Neal Ford is the Director and Software Architect at ThoughtWorks, a global IT consultancy. He is also the designer and developer of applications, instructional materials, magazine articles, video presentations, and author of six books, including “The Productive Programmer.”
Raju Gandhi is a Raju Gandhi is a Java/Ruby/Clojure developer who has been writing software in several industries including education, finance, construction and the manufacturing sector. He’ll present on ECMAScript.next (ECMAScript 6) and Angular JS development.
Daniel Hinojosa is a programmer, consultant, instructor, speaker, and recent author with over 20 years of experience developing for private, educational, and government institutions. Daniel loves JVM languages like Java, Groovy, and Scala; but also dabbles with non JVM languages like Haskell, Ruby, Python, LISP, C, C++.
Kenneth Kousen, author of the Manning book “Making Java Groovy,” is a technical trainer, software developer, and conference speaker specializing in Java and open source topics, including Android, Spring, Hibernate/JPA, Groovy, Grails, and Gradle. He is also the author of the O’Reilly book “Gradle Recipes for Android.”
Nathaniel Schutta is a software architect and adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota focused on mobile and making usable applications. He is the author of two books on Ajax, and co-author of the book “Presentation Patterns” with Neal Ford and Matthew McCullough.
Brian Sletten is a forward-leaning software engineer who focuses on web architecture, resource-oriented computing, social networking, the Semantic Web, data science, 3D graphics, visualization, scalable systems, security consulting and other technologies.
Matt Stine, A 15-year veteran of the enterprise IT industry, Matt is the author of “Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures” from O’Reilly. on lean and agile software development methodologies, DevOps, architectural principles, patterns and practices, and supporting microservices architectures with Cloud Foundry and Spring.
Craig Walls, author of “Spring in Action” and “Spring Boot in Action,” is a senior engineer with Pivotal as the Spring Social project lead. He’s a zealous promoter of the Spring Framework at local user groups and conferences.
Originally released by Sun Microsystems in 1995, Java is a platform-independent, object-oriented open-source programming language that is used by an estimated nine million developers worldwide, making it the most popular programming language in use today. All Android smartphone apps are written in Java, and Java is also commonly used in e-commerce and other web applications.
About The No Fluff, Just Stuff Java symposium series
Launched in 2001, the No Fluff Just Stuff Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 360 Java training events with over 60,000 attendees. NFJS is known for its attendee-centric approach, excellent speakers and technically rich presentations which cover the latest trends within the Java/JVM ecosystem and Agility space.