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Lead Software Engineer @ EPAM
Speaker JavaDay 2014-2015
If you are using Java 8, there is no excuse not to use all the great new language features platform offers you. Simple switch to JRE 8 might give slight increase in performance of your application due to numerous continuous platform optimizations, however with Java 8 you can experience real boost in engineering productivity and code efficiency.

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Matt Raible, President and CEO @ Raible Designs
JHipster is a Yeoman generator that creates applications with an AngularJS UI and a Spring Boot API. With this release, users now have the option to generate more than just a traditional monolithic application
Nicolai Parlog, Software Developer @ Disy
This post is part of a series about JUnit 5. Indeed, we are encouraged to open issues or pull requests so that JUnit 5 can improve further. Please make use of this opportunity!
Ben Evans, Co-founder @ jClarity
The release of Java 7 contained several new features that seemed, at first sight, to be of limited use to Java developers, and we covered some of those in our article.
Chris Richardson, Founder @ Eventuate, Inc
A couple of weeks ago at the DevNexus conference Simon Brown gave a keynote (slides) titled the “Modular Monolith”. It was an interesting presentation and he made a number of good points.
Chris Williams, US Bureau Chief @ The Register
The Oracle v. Google fight over Java took a couple of twists just before the Easter weekend. The database giant now reckons it is owed up to $9.3bn in copyright-infringement damages…
Nicolas Frankel, Software Architect @ hybris software
Speaker JavaDay 2015
This week, I tried to improve my pet Android application developed in Kotlin. As I was very new to Kotlin when I started it, most of the code just looks like Java written in Kotlin.
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EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE:EPAM), a leading global provider of product development and software engineering solutions, today announced that, for the second time, it has been ranked on the Forbes’ list of Fastest Growing Public Tech Companies.
We welcome you to join our team creating the world-class application for global leader in the logistics industry. It is end-to-end ownership of the delivery starting from vision and consulting to development, testing, deployment and landing into operations.
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javaday tech talk lviv 2016 speakers
Nicolas Frankel
Nicolas Frankel
Senior Consultant @SAP Hybris
Rafael Winterhalter
Rafael Winterhalter
Software engineer @Scienta AS
Taras Matyashovskyy
Taras Matyashovskyy
Staff Engineer @Lohika
Evgeny Borisov
Evgeny Borisov
Big Data Technical Leader @NAYA Technologies
Philipp Krenn
Philipp Krenn
Developer Advocate @Elastic
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