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By Developers, For Developers

May 6, 2017

Istanbul, Turkey

By Developers, For Developers

May 6, 2017

Istanbul, Turkey

Java Day Istanbul is the most effective international community driven software conference of Turkey organised by Istanbul Java User Group. The conference helps developers to learn the newest technologies about Java, Web, Mobile, Big DATA, Cloud, DevOps, Agile and Future. Java Day Istanbul also helps developers, tech companies, and startups to establish good network among them.

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Add to My Calendar 2017-05-06 9:00:00 2017-05-06 18:00:00 Europe/Istanbul Java Day Istanbul 2017 Java Day Istanbul is a software conference which is organised by Istanbul Java User Group Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul Java User Group bilgi@kodcu.com

PRICING

REGULAR PRICE

600₺

 

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GROUP SALES
FOR 5 PEOPLE

2500₺

 

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GROUP SALES
FOR 10 PEOPLE

4500₺

 

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SCHEDULE

Big Room Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
08:30
09:00
Registration and Breakfast
09:00
09:15
Opening
09:15
10:00
Usable Software Design

Alexandru Bolboaca
Keynote

10:00
10:10
Break (10 Minutes)
10:10
10:55
Resilient Java-based microservices with Kubernetes

Mete Atamel
Google

Hands on Microservices development using Java8, Spring Boot and Cloud Foundry

Erdem Günay
Object Computing, Inc.

Scala for Java Developers

Barış Dere
ING Bank

Test your java applications with Spock

Ivan Lopez
Object Computing, Inc.

Digitalization and Industry 4.0

Hakan Cem Topal
Sinpaş

Ultimate Guide to Microservice Architecture

Hüseyin Babal
Aurea

10:55
11:05
Break (10 Minutes)
11:05
11:50
Is Your JavaScript Ready for the Enterprise? What Does That Even Mean?

Geertjan Wielenga
Oracle

Kotlin @ PeakGames

İlkin Balkanay
PeakGames

MicroProfile for MicroServices

Mert Çalışkan

Delivering Unicorns

Kasia Mrowca
Mrowca LTD

Building language agnostic APIs with gRPC

Mustafa Akın

Make Developer Interviews Great Again

Murat Sutunc

11:50
12:05
Break (15 Minutes)
12:05
12:50
Adaptable or Predictable? Strive for Both – Be Predictably Adaptable!

Dimitar Bakardzhiev
Taller Technologies

Forecasting Cyber Breaches Using Machine Learning and Big Data

Huzeyfe Önal
Bilgi Güvenliği Akademisi

Microservice Architecture with Spring Cloud

Destan Sarpkaya
Kod Gemisi

The Java, the Javascript, and the future

AMahdy Abdelaziz
Vaadin

Speed Networking
12:50
14:05
Lunch (75 Minutes)
14:05
14:50
Ceylon with JPA, CDI, and JAX-RS

Gavin King
Red Hat

Going Reactive using RxJava

Mesut Can Gürle
Software Consultant

How to design a backend for the IoT

İbrahim Gürses
Arçelik

When, why and how to CQRS

Sebastian Daschner

Building a microservice deployment pipeline

Sabri Onur Tüzün
İyzico

Lets Expand Our Toolbox: JDK Performance Diagnostic Tools

Servet Deniz Aldıkaçtı

14:50
15:05
Break (15 Minutes)
15:05
15:50
Git Anti-Patterns: How Mess Up With Git And Love It Again

Lemi Orhan Ergin
iyzico

Distributed Systems Theory for Mere Mortals

Ensar Basri Kahveci
Hazelcast

Full-Text Search Explained

Philipp Krenn
Elastic

Java EE 8: What Servlet 4.0 and HTTP/2 mean to you?

Alex Theedom
www.readlearncode.com

Noestimation on Atlassian Jira

Semen Cirit

15:50
16:05
Break (15 Minutes)
16:05
16:50
Changing wheels on moving car, from monolith to microservices by using API’s

Vladimir Dejanovic
ING

Functional programming on the JVM with Clojure

Umut Gökbayrak
Hürriyet

It’s just “Angular”

Çağatay Çivici
PrimeTek

Effective Design of RESTful APIs.

Mohamed Taman
e-finance

The past, present and future of software development practices.

Güvenç Güngör
Thoughtworks

16:50
17:00
Break (10 Minutes)
17:00
17:45
No Talk
What’s NOT new in modular Java?

Milen Dyankov
Liferay

Building Mobile Apps with AeroGear Digger

Ali Ok
Red Hat

Clojure: Building Robust Applications Rapidly on the JVM Using Functional Programming

Üstün Özgür
Ustun Ozgur Software

Lego Serious Play & Simplicity Workshop

Yelda Gürbüz Erdoğan
Hap Çözüm

17:45
18:00
Meet & Greet

SPEAKERS

Mete Atamel


Resilient Java-based microservices with Kubernetes

Mete Atamel
Google

Lemi Orhan Ergin


Git Anti-Patterns: How Mess Up With Git And Love It Again

Lemi Orhan Ergin
iyzico
 

Ensar Basri Kahveci


Distributed Systems Theory for Mere Mortals

Ensar Basri Kahveci
Hazelcast

Yelda Gürbüz Erdoğan


Lego Serious Play & Simplicity Workshop

Yelda Gürbüz Erdoğan
Hap Çözüm

kasia-mrowca

Kasia Mrowca


Delivering unicorns

Kasia Mrowca
Mrowca LTD

İlkin Balkanay


Kotlin @ PeakGames

İlkin Balkanay
Peak Games

Mesut Can Gürle


Going Reactive using RxJava

Mesut Can Gürle
Software Consultant

Milen Dyankov


What's NOT new in modular Java?

Milen Dyankov
Liferay

Alex Theedom


Java EE 8: What Servlet 4.0 and HTTP/2 mean to you

Alex Theedom
www.readlearncode.com

Barış Dere


Scala for Java Developers

Barış Dere
ING Bank

Üstün Özgür


Clojure: Building Robust Applications Rapidly on the JVM Using Functional Programming

Üstün Özgür
Ustun Ozgur Software

Çağatay Çivici


It’s just "Angular"

Çağatay Çivici
PrimeTek

Philipp Krenn


Full-Text Search Explained

Philipp Krenn
Elastic

AMahdy Abdelaziz


The Java, the Javascript, and the future

AMahdy Abdelaziz
Vaadin

Dimitar Bakardzhiev


Adaptable or Predictable? Strive for Both – Be Predictably Adaptable!

Dimitar Bakardzhiev
Taller Technologies

Mustafa Akın


Building language agnostic APIs with gRPC

Mustafa Akın
Havelsan

Huzeyfe Önal


Forecasting Cyber Breaches Using Machine Learning and Big Data

Huzeyfe Önal
BGA Bilgi Güvenliği Akademisi

kasia-mrowca

Geertjan Wielenga


Is Your JavaScript Ready for the Enterprise? What Does That Even Mean?

Geertjan Wielenga
Oracle

Gavin King


Ceylon

Gavin King
Red Hat

Erdem Gunay


Hands on Microservices development using Java8, Spring Boot and Cloud Foundry

Erdem Gunay
Turkcell

Destan Sarpkaya


Microservice Architecture with Spring Cloud

  • Configuration management
  • Service discovery
  • Circuit breakers
  • Data aggregation with Reactive Java

Destan Sarpkaya
Kod Gemisi

Iván López


Test your java applications with Spock

Iván López
Object Computing, Inc.

İbrahim Gürses


How to design a backend for the IoT

İbrahim Gürses
Arçelik

Patrick Curran


Patrick Curran
Java Community Process

Mohamed Taman


Effective Design of RESTful APIs.

Mohamed Taman
e-finance

Ali Ok


Building Mobile Apps with AeroGear Digger

Ali Ok
Red Hat

Umut Gökbayrak


Functional programming on the JVM with Clojure

Umut Gökbayrak
Hürriyet

Hüseyin Babal


Ultimate Guide to Microservice Architecture

Hüseyin Babal
Aurea

Semen Cirit


Noestimation on Atlassian Jira

Semen Cirit
Netaş

Servet Deniz Aldıkaçtı


Lets Expand Our Toolbox: JDK Performance Diagnostic Tools

Servet Deniz Aldıkaçtı
OBSS

Murat Sutunc


Make Developer Interviews Great Again

Murat Sutunc
Codela

Hakan Cem Topal

Hakan Cem Topal
Sinpaş

Mert Çalışkan


MicroProfile for MicroServices

Mert Çalışkan
Payara Services Ltd.

Vladimir Dejanovic


Changing wheels on moving car, from monolith to microservices by using API's

Vladimir Dejanovic
ING

Alexandru Bolboaca


Usable Software Design

Alexandru Bolboaca
CTO at Mozaic Works

Sebastian Daschner


When, why and how to CQRS

Sebastian Daschner
Beratung

Guvenc Gungor


Yazılım Geliştirme Pratiklerinin Dünü Bugünü ve Geleceği

Guvenc Gungor
ThoughtWorks

Sabri Onur Tüzün


Building a microservice deployment pipeline

Sabri Onur Tüzün
İyzico

SPONSORS

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Organiser
Technic committee

Hüseyin Akdoğan

Organiser
Technic committee

Göksel Pırnal

Organiser
Technic committee

Hakan Özler

Organiser
Technic committee

Taner Diler

Technic committee

Gökalp Gürbüzer

Technic committee

Burak İnce

Technic committee

Sena Hazar

Organiser

Taylan Kurt

Technic committee

Yasemin Sucuoğlu

Organiser

Nursel Cıbır

Organiser

Anıl Coşar

Organiser

Müslüm Sezgin

Organiser

Ata Gülalan

Organiser

Edanur Tosun

Organiser

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