Virtual JBUG at JavaOne - Infinispan, Java EE 7, Hibernate, CDI, Ceylon and Arquillian

Markus Eisele
You have heard about the Virtual JBoss User Group before. It is your unique chance to catch up with all kinds of technologies and methodologies presented by well known Redhatters and community members from all around the world. Just a short week ago the vJBUG was live-streaming the Red Hat mini-booth sessions from JavaOne and we made all of them available for your to watch if you haven't been able to catch up.
Keep an eye on our Youtube Channel, join the Google+ page, follow us on Twitter @vJBUG and make sure to register on our Meetup group.

Test ride of the Arquillian Universe
Aslak Knutsen (@aslakknutsen, Blog, GitHub) & Bartosz Majsak (@majson, Blog, GitHub)
Learn about Arquillian's unknown features and how to use the testing related services which are provided by Drone and other extensions.

Ceylon's fast-growing ecosystem
Stéphane Épardaud (@UnFroMage, Blog, GitHub)
Learn all about Ceylon's fast growing ecosystem. Ceylon is a new modern JVM and JSVM language with a nice blend of functional and object, modularity and great tooling, designed first and foremost for team work.

Java and Mongo for a fun mapping experience
Steve Citron-Pousty (@TheSteve0, Blog, GitHub)
You have a great idea for quick and interesting mapping application with pins on a map with some basic search. Then you lose interest because of all the pieces to install. NOT ANYMORE! In this workshop we are going to use 1 command to spin up all our infrastructure (EAP and MongoDB). Then write some quick and easy Java EE code to build a REST service on MongoDB. To wrap it up we will use a simple Leaflet application to display the results. You will witness the transformation from idea to cool pinny map in this quick session.

Going Native: Bringing FFI to the JVM
Charles Nutter (@headius, Blog, GitHub)
How to make it easier to call native code on the JVM and what the future might be.

The Path to CDI 2.0
Antoine Sabot-Durand (@antoine_sd, Blog, GitHub)
CDI has proven itself to be a great asset for Java. The many features it provides (dependency injection, contextual lifecycle, configuration, interception, event notification, and more) and the innovative way it provides them (through the use of meta-annotations) explain its rapid adoption. This session reviews the features introduced in CDI 1.1 and 1.2 and discusses improvements planned for CDI 2.0.

Automatically scaling Java applications in the cloud
Steve Citron-Pousty (@TheSteve0, Blog, GitHub)
Steve shows how to automatically scale Java EE applications on a PaaS environment using JBoss EAP and OpenShift. In a live demo he deploys an application to the cloud and then turn up the heat by running a load test with thousands of users.

Building Java EE Applications FAST
George Gastaldi (@gegastaldi, Blog, GitHub) & Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree, Blog, GitHub)
George and Lincoln will demonstrate the power of JBoss Forge, while creating an end-to-end Java EE application in mere minutes.

Mythbusters: ORMs and SQL - Good or Bad?
Emmanuel Bernard (@emmanuelbernardBlogGitHub)
Java is an object-oriented kingdom where ORMs have flourished. This episode explores key myths and preconceptions about ORMs in a NoSQL and polyglot era. Join this journey to challenge these myths and find out if they are busted, plausible, or confirmed.

Developing Modern Mobile Applications
Sébastien Blanc (@sebi2706, Blog, GitHub)
This live coding session, driven by Java and using a familiar development environment, goes step by step through building a complete mobile, hybrid, multiplatform application ready to be distributed on different vendors’ stores, such as the Apple store or Google Play.

Develop Modern Java Web Applications with Java EE 7
Grant Shipley (@gshipleyBlogGitHub)
Grant showcases how easily you can develop Java EE 7 applications with OpenShift. A live coding session building a Java EE 7 application on WildFly application server using MongoDB as a database.

Scaling Your Database With Infinispan
Mircea Markus (@mirceamarkusBlogGitHub)
Ways of scaling out database systems using the Infinispan data grid.

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