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Westminster, CO 80020
Chief Architect - Software Engineering Aficionado
Traditional concurrent development on the Java Platform requires in depth knowledge of threads, locks, and queues. Fortunately, new languages and frameworks that run on the Java Platform, such as Akka, have made concurrent programming easier.
In this session, I will demonstrate several concurrent processing techniques including Fire and Forget, Fork-Join, and Asynchronous Web Services using the Java Concurrency Library, the Akka Framework and the Spring Framework.
This two-session workshop provides a hands-on introduction to Mule Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
Environment Setup - Hello World! - Build and Deployment
ESB Core Concepts - Service Design Patterns - P2P Integration Exponential Cost - Enterprise Integration Patterns
Mule ESB Fundamentals - Staged Event Driven Architecture - Flows, Transports and Components - Testing and Deployment Options
Mule ESB Exercises - Service Proxy - Service Mediation - Service Orchestration
Today’s interconnected world requires that organizations rapidly deliver flexible-integrated solutions. The conventional approach is to integrate heterogeneous applications using web services but unfortunately that tends to tightly couple those applications. In this session we will explore several alternatives for achieving Enterprise Integration Agility.
Public Web APIs are increasing at an exponential rate resulting in an ever more connected web. This connected contagion is not just relegated to the domain of Web 2.0 but has infected the corporate world. In fact, companies are becoming more reliant on Software as a Service (SAAS) to provide key business functions.
Combating this contagion requires an approach that provides a type of insurance against constant change and lays the foundation for evergreen enterprise solutions. In this session we will explore three popular architectural styles including Message Oriented, Service Oriented, and Resource Oriented Architecture that are used to achieve Enterprise Integration Agility. In addition, I will provide examples of each architectural style using ActiveMQ/Camel, Mule ESB, and NetKernel.
The rapid pace of technological innovation since 1998 enabled many organizations to dramatically increase productivity while at the same time decrease their overall headcount. However, the anemic recovery since the financial crisis of 2008 combined with "change fatigue" within organizations has resulted in a risk adverse culture. In such an environment how can one possibly introduce and inculcate the latest technology or process within an organization? The answer is to have a solid understanding of Diffusion Theory and to leverage Patterns of Change.
In this session you will learn to strategically introduce change by applying specific change patterns to groups of individuals. Using this approach to change will not only benefit your organization but will ultimately benefit your career by making you a better influencer, writer, and speaker.