Company: Ordina JTech
Country: The Netherlands
With more than 15 years of enterprise Java experience, Erik-Berndt is familiar with all the usual technologies in the Java EE software development world, including Angular, JSF, JAX-RS, JPA, EJB 3.x and most Spring frameworks. Since the advent of functional languages on the JVM, he has started working on Big and Fast Data technologies using Python, Java and Scala. Outside work Erik-Berndt is en active contributor to the Java Meetup in Groningen (NL), where he hosted evening sessions about Java, Java EE, Angular, Eclipse MicroProfile and more.
Erik-Berndt is currently working on the development and integration testing of Java based microservices for the Dutch ministry of Justice and Security.
Microprofile Reactive Messaging: Reaching Flow State
Still looking for the best tools to build awesome microservices? Look no further! In this presentation I will show you why you should move away from imperative messaging and how this will bring you into Flow state. Why? Because the MicroProfile reactive messaging specification already contains all the ingredients you need to write code that works, is easy to read and just looks great, concise and beautiful.
And as the icing on the cake, Erol will demonstrate how to apply four important triggers from positive psychology to your code that can help to achieve flow state: eliminate distractions, work on a specific task with a clear outcome, strategically consume caffeine and ensure that you’re sufficiently hydrated. Let’s see how we can reach Flow State again: it’s awesome!