Combining Java with emerging technologies, science and art


VOKA Cinema by SilverScreen is located in Dana Mall shopping centre
November 16
You can walk there from Uschod 122 (Усход) metro station in 2 minutes. When you enter the shopping centre, follow the signs to the elevator/escalator and go to the 3rd floor. You will find VOKA cinema on the left to the food court and Miniso shop.
You can arrive by car (by Praspiekt Niezaliežnasci both from city centre and entry to the city) and park your car at Dana Mall's parking. Please take QR code at the registration desk and scan it in the parking machine when you leave. This code will reset the parking cost.
JFuture aims to be a conference that covers latest trends and aspects of development for JVM platform.

Attendees will learn:
Tools and frameworks that make JVM so special:

Spring Boot and trully reactive web apps, microservices with Eclipse MicroProfile and serverless, container-ready applications with Fn Project, upcoming Project Loom and the power of Fibers, and a lot more.
Offbeat JVM use cases in art, science and healthcare domains.
Developer Advocate with 15+ years experience consulting for many different customers, in a wide range of contexts (such as telecoms, banking, insurances, large retail and public sector).

Usually working on Java/Java EE and Spring technologies, but with focused interests like Rich Internet Applications, Testing, CI/CD and DevOps. Currently working for Exoscale. Also double as a teacher in universities and higher education schools, a trainer and triples as a book author.
There are two ways to implement the circuit breaker pattern: white-box à la Hystrix/Resilience4J or black-box à la Istio. Both have pros and cons. Come to this talk to hear more about that!

Kubernetes in general, and Istio in particular, have changed a lot the way we look at Ops-related constraints: monitoring, load-balancing, health checks, etc. Before those products became available, there were already available solutions to handle those constraints.

Among them are different libraries e.g. Hystrix and Resilience4J in the Java ecosystem. In particular, they both provide an implementation of the Circuit Breaker pattern, which prevents a network or service failure from cascading to other services. But now Istio also provides the same capability.

In this talk, we will have a look at how Istio and one among Hystrix/Resilience4J implement the Circuit Breaker pattern, and what pros/cons each of them has. Bonus, you'll be able to choose what library we will focus for the demo.

After this talk, you'll be able to decide which one is the best fit in your context.
Stéphane has a thing for code quality and robustness. He's been spreading the word for more than 10 years while developing large scale Java enterprise applications in the geospatial, financial, or logistics sectors.

An Apache Maven PMC member since 2006, he joined the core Spring Framework development team early 2014, being one of the main contributors to both Spring Framework and Spring Boot since.

During his free time, he loves traveling around the world.
How can we improve the efficiency of an existing web application? We could completely rewrite it, leverage more concurrency and even reactive features. But is it really worth it if we don't even measure and track the relevant metrics?

In this talk, Stéphane will work on an existing Spring Boot MVC application to make it more efficient. He'll leverage WebClient and Reactor operators to improve efficiency, without the concurrency pitfalls. He'll use out-of-the-box metrics, add new ones to measure, and keep an eye on capacity gains with dashboards.
David is a Developer Advocate in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. Prior to that, he was involved in Oracle's Serverless initiatives. David has also been heavily involved in Java EE 8 and its transition to the Eclipse Foundation as part of the Jakarta EE initiative.

Over the years, David has championed Java extensively throughout the world, by presenting at conferences and user groups, large and small. He blogs at and has authored many technical articles for various publications.

David lives in Belgium. In his spare time, he enjoys playing video games with his daughter and tinkering with technologies such as domotics, electronics, and pinballs.
Attend this session to better understand how you can leverage one of today's most used programming platforms, i.e. the JVM, with the most common way for deploying apps, i.e. container.

JVMs and containers are like fries and mayonnaise: better together!

The JVM is a popular, robust and mature platform that hosts Java and a myriad of other programming languages. Using container technologies is now the de facto way to deploy applications. In addition, emerging platforms, projects, and tools such as Knative, Jib, and Fn Project either simplify or fully abstract away building container images, which, in turn, makes leveraging containers with Java natural.

This G session presents techniques, tools, and best practices for improving the cohabitation of JVM applications running in containers. You will understand how you can better leverage one of today's most used programming platforms (the JVM) with the most common tool for deploying apps (the container)!
Miro is a Co-founder and VP Engineering at DNAstack, where he builds a leading genomics cloud platform. He is a Java enthusiast with expertise in distributed systems and middleware, passionate about genetics and making meaningful software.

Miro is the creator of the largest search and discovery engine of human genetic data, and the author of a book on parallelization of genomic queries.

In his spare time, he blogs and contributes to several open-source projects.
In this session, Miro will tell the story of standardizing search of genetic data, building the world's largest genetic search engine, and what he's learned in the process.

The sensitive nature of genetic data causes a major concern in genetics – a lot of life-saving information, despite having been collected, is inaccessible. Data discovery and sharing has long been believed to be the key making new breakthroughs.

In this session, Miro will talk about developing a standard for search of genetic data and its implementation in the form of the world's largest search and discovery engine of human genetic data today. The effort is a result of years of collaboration between developers, researchers and scientists on a global scale, and the flagship project of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health, a coalition of over 500 institutions focused on standardizing sharing of genetic data.

We'll go from challenges, architecture and technologies behind this open-source project, through the development of a standard for genetic data search, to fun statistics capturing what people are searching for in the system.

Come and learn about the technical decisions that allowed to scale and disrupt the perception of genetic data!
Peter Jausovec is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle working on the serverless framework called Fn Project.

He has 10+ years of experience in the field of software development and tech, in various roles such as QA (test), software engineering and leading tech teams. He's been working in the cloud-native space for the past could of years, and delivering talks and workshops around the world.

He's a co-author of an upcoming book called Cloud Native: Using Containers, Functions, and Data to Build Next-Generation Applications.

Before joining Oracle, he worked for Microsoft in Redmond, Washington.
In this workshop, we will start with the basics of Kubernetes and explanation of service meshes and explain how to do zero downtime deployments, A/B tests, how to intelligently route traffic and handle failures. All this without writing any code or affecting your services running in production.

We will discuss the most popular patterns you can use with an Istio service mesh running on Kubernetes.

Patterns such as traffic management with intelligent routing and load balancing, policy enforcement on the interaction between services in the service mesh, handling failures, and increasing the reliability of your services and your services' telemetry and reporting will all be explained and practically demonstrated in this workshop.
Mainly Java Software Engineer / Consultant focused on distributed systems development adopting ReactiveManifesto and ReactiveProgramming techniques.

Opensource geek, the active contributor to ProjectReactor. Along with that, Public speaker and Author of the book "Reactive Programming is Spring 5.0". Also, an active contributor to the community's development as co-organizer of Rockstar Night meetups, and as a part of the program committee of conferences such as Devoxx Ukraine, JEEConf, Kotlin Night.

Previously gave speeches at JEEConf 2017, JavaDay Ukraine 2017 (TOP 5), JBreak 2018 (TOP 10), JavaDay Istanbul 2018, JEEConf 2018 (TOP 3), Voxxed Days Minsk 2018, JPrime 2018, RigaDevDays 2018 (The Best Speaker of the Second Day).
The past, the state, and the future of reactive streams. Learn how it was, it is in all programming languages and whether it survives in the future in JVM with upcoming Project Loom and its fibers.

The Reactive Streams specification is state of the art for asynchronous, non-blocking data streams with the fine-grained flow control. It brought a breath of fresh air to reactive programming in the Java ecosystem. As a result, we saw the gathering of many reactive libraries and APIs by one specification.

Clearly, that was done for a good future… but, does it have any future nowadays? How other programming ecosystems reacted to the appearance of the reactive-streams standard and did they adopted that standard or not? Moreover, will it survive after the introduction of fibers in JVM?

All these questions will be answered during the presentation, so we will clearly understand what the future waits for Reactive Streams.
Grzegorz Piwowarek is an independent consultant, trainer, and blogger at

He was professionally involved in projects involving systems integration, image recognition, and highly-scalable distributed solutions.

There are rumors that he exists only at compile-time.
The design of performant immutable data structures is a challenge that was accepted by Chris Okasaki over 20 years ago.

In this talk, we'll explore what the concept of Persistent Data Structures is, how are they implemented, and how much blood, sweat, and tears need to be done on the other side to make the experience of working with immutable data structures efficient.
Julien creates 'islands' where engineers are the heroes. He loves creating technologically focused communities to make people and products shine.

Julien Lengrand-Lambert is a french 31 year old guy living in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He lives there for 6 years with his girlfriend and a his 3yo daughter.

He works at ING during the day as an IT Chapter Lead, and is responsible for coaching a team of about 15 engineers as well as being an engineer himself. He loves building things, creating performant teams, but most of all solving people's problems.

During his free time, you can find him coding, organizing meetups and bouldering.
Since the beginning of the year, all banks in Europe are required to provide APIs to their customers. You are now an API call away from being in control of your money! In this session, Julien will create a voice-controlled bot that will allow Google or Alexa to send money to friends!

After a short introduction to the PSD2 landscape and how voice assistants work, we will dive head-first into my IDE and create a bot together.

At the end of this talk you will:
- Understand PSD2, and why it is interesting for you as customers.
- Be able to create a simple voice assistant application.
- Have your fingers itching to try more at home :)
Tech lead who wants to make people awesome in a safe environment.

Test-driven development, Domain-driven design and Modern agile are favourite techniques. Working as tech lead in Computas, currently on a project for the Norwegian Courts.
This talk will show you how easily you can design a good production-ready, secure, modular Java full-stack system with IoT devices based on the Enterprise stack with Microprofile combined with good continuous deployment infrastructure patterns.

There will be code, demos, and (buzzword) dragons.

The idea of this talk is to show a proper use of Microprofile and it's power combined with good continuous deployment infrastructure patterns and tools on a simple and (possibly funny) example with a simple domain, that can be transferred to more complicated systems and domains in the real life.

Passionate computer scientist. Leader of JavaZone, ex-leader of Norwegian JUG – javaBin.

A Java Champion, Google Developers Expert (GDE) for Cloud, and JavaOne Rockstar.

Public speaker.
This talk will show you how easily you can design a good production-ready, secure, modular Java full-stack system with IoT devices based on the Enterprise stack with Microprofile combined with good continuous deployment infrastructure patterns.

There will be code, demos, and (buzzword) dragons.

The idea of this talk is to show a proper use of Microprofile and it's power combined with good continuous deployment infrastructure patterns and tools on a simple and (possibly funny) example with a simple domain, that can be transferred to more complicated systems and domains in the real life.

Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez is a Kotlin enthusiast, co-organizer for Chicago Kotlin User Group, a tech blogger, and host for the humble blog Kotlin Thursdays, crowd-sourced tutorials for folks wanting to try out Kotlin, writing, and speaking.

Since folks told her that Kotlin wasn't a real hobby, she's recently started doing hot yoga, which has progressed from totally insufferable to slightly sufferable.
In a quest to generate UI testing for the TornadoFX framework, we turn to metaprogramming in Kotlin to create "dumb tests". In pursuit of creating "smarter tests" we stumble on how AST language parsing creates a different kind of neural networking with significantly less processing power than AI.
What is Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) parsing REALLY?

Amanda will share how she stumbled on AST parsing in her own research, how ASTs play a vital role in the Kotlin compiler, and how 47 Degrees is taking advantage of it to supercharge metaprogramming in Kotlin with Arrow-meta.
Software engineer and consultant at Bottega IT Minds. Speaker, and blogger at

Gained experience working in numerous industries, including health care, telco, marketing, finance, and energy, for companies of sizes from tens to thousands of people. Passionate about OOP, Domain Driven Design, software craftsmanship, microservices and software architecture in general. An enthusiast of Event Storming workshops.

In personal life - a husband and a father. Loves heavy metal music, guitar playing, angling and trekking.
In today's distributed enterprise systems it is not uncommon to see several actors interacting with the same resource at the same time. In order to prevent them from interfering with each other and to ensure data consistency, we often reach for the optimistic locking mechanism that is usually provided by Java Persistence API.

But how does optimistic locking impact our API?

In this presentation, that will be a live coding session, we will model and implement REST API fully supporting optimistic locking mechanism according to art. You will see what request and response headers should we use, and what response code should we return in which situation.

We will also see how Spring Framework supports such implementation, and what do we need to take care of on our own.
JVM (Java/Kotlin/Clojure) developer for 10+ years.
Exploring interactive development with Clojure and live-coding music with Overtone for last 3 years.
Live coding music is a hot topic right now. There are numerous environments that let you start exploring this concept, using your favorite language.

This talk is a short introduction to live coding music for developers. Piotr will show how to define synths, melodies, make beats and play samples straight from the IDE. He'll give some tips of combining these basic blocks into larger concepts, enabling even a non-musician to make a simple live dance music performance.

You will also learn how to mix different pieces and approaches to make a simple dance music performance.
Live performance included!
As part of the Spring Data engineering team at Pivotal, Christoph Strobl maintains and contributes mainly to the MongoDB, Redis, JPA, Elasticsearch and Solr modules.

He is keen about all data access and has a passion for design and testing.
We'll have a comprehensive look at new features and improvements of the Spring Data Moore release train, that can be used throughout the individual modules as well as selected bits for the various stores.

You will see enhancements like the Kotlin Query DSL for MongoDB, a reactive Elasticsearch Client, custom conversions for the JDBC module and declarative reactive transactions.

We will also take the time to look at how the team keeps an eye on performance and what's cooking for the next iteration.
Kees Jan speaks often and energetically about Java and about distributed systems in general.

He likes to challenge the audience to ask questions and offer rebuttal to his ideas.

Kees Jan previously gave presentations at JavaOne, JCrete, Devoxx, TheServerSide Symposium, ScanDevConf, jPrime, ejug and J-Fall.
His JavaOne presentations earned him a JavaOne 2012 Rockstar Award.
Time, time zones and clocks are surprisingly hard to head with.

In this talk Kees Jan will pick those topics apart and give the audience, clear and easy examples and guidelines to avoid all the time-related mistakes he made in the past.

This talk strives to give you the definitive guide on how to deal with time, timestamps, time zones, clocks and clock synchronisation in your code.

The talk starts by introducing some of the typical problems we encounter coding systems that work with clocks and time zones. From there, we will look at how server clocks are synchronized and how that affects our system designs. We will pick apart the NTP protocol and see how it can help to deal with distributed clocks. The second part of the talk dives in the colorful world of time zones and tells about how that affects at our code.

Finally, armed with this overview, we will compile a set of best practices that should make your code resilient against most time related problems.
Mala Gupta is the founder and lead mentor at, Java Champion at Oracle, book author with Manning and Packt Publications.

An international speaker at industry conferences, she has an experience of 18 years in the software industry. She has been actively supporting Java certification as a path to career advancement. Since 2006, she has been coaching students and professionals to succeed in these certifications.

Mala Gupta's Java books with Manning Publications, USA, are top-rated for Java Certification around the globe.

She co-leads the Delhi Java User Group. A strong supporter of Women in Technology, she drives initiatives of Women Who Code – Delhi chapter to augment participation of women in tech.
Evolution has always been in the Java DNA, and according to Darwin, "It is neither the strongest nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change".

Project Amber is transforming Java's basic language constructs and introducing features to enhance productivity and coding experience. Join this session to stay ahead of the curve as Java adapts to the changing technology landscape and becomes more relevant than ever.

The audience will take away why, how, and where to use these language modifications that will transform your everyday coding experience. You'll see for yourself if it is worthwhile adopting all these new features.
Mary is currently a Java Developer Advocate at IBM, specializing in Reactive Java systems. She started working as a software engineer with C and Unix, then got into Java, Open Source, and web development in the new Millennium, and now she is venturing into Reactive, Mobile, and the DevOps space.

In her previous incarnations, she worked for several technology product companies in the Route 128 Boston Technology Corridor as well the San Francisco Bay Area. She now resides in the Greater Chicago area, and is an Executive Board member and the Director of Meetings for the Chicago Java Users Group (CJUG).

She is also an active co-organizers for the Big Data Developers in Chicago, Chicago Cloud, and IBM Cloud Chicago meetup groups. Mary continues to be amazed by how software innovations can dramatically transform our lives.

Despite the many challenges in an ever-evolving technical world, she gets energized by the constant change and believes that she has uncovered the pathway to stay young. She can't wait to see what the next tech wave will be like.
Co-speaker: Oleh Dokuka

Today the adoption of Machine Learning is enormous. We use it almost everywhere: on clusters, on our phones, on hand watches and even on the teapots. But, who knows how challenging could be the development of the continuously improved (or even real-time) machine learning.

Servers' capacity, stability, performance, along with a proper ML algorithm selection and many other properties must be taken into account. In this presentation, we will be demonstrating bots education for multiplayer Pacman game.

We will show how elegant could be the development of such a problem with Kafka, Akka, RSocket and Machine Learning.
Marit van Dijk has almost 20 years of experience in software development in different roles and companies.

She loves building awesome software with amazing people, and is an open source contributor to Cucumber.

She enjoys learning new things, as well as sharing knowledge on test automation, Cucumber/BDD and software engineering and blogs at
There are several reasons you might want to contribute to open source software. For me, it was that I wanted to learn in a more useful way than doing programming challenges. So I looked into how I could contribute to open source projects that I use myself. After contributing for almost two years, I notice that I have learned a lot from my contributions (which has been useful at work), as well as have made friends and have become part of a community.

In this talk I will share my experience with contributing to Cucumber, including an early mistake (merging something that wasn't ready yet) and fixing it with the support of core maintainers, and still feeling welcome!
You'll learn how how to find your project and contributions to start with, how to connect with the community to make sure your contributions are useful and the many different types of contributions you can make.

Contributing to open source is a way of giving back to the community. In addition, it is a way for you to learn, collaborate and become part of a community. Getting (constructive) feedback on a pull request and collaborating to make things even better is a great feeling!
Mesut is currently Cloud Team Lead at Hazelcast and has 15+ experience in Enterprise Java World.

He has lived in Turkey, Belgium and US so far and worked for several companies during that period.

He is now on a mission to make Hazelcast best caching solution in cloud environments.
As Monolith to Microservices migration almost became mainstream, developers have to think about how their caching strategies will evolve in cloud-native world.

In this talk, Mesut will go through Hazelcast caching options in cloud-native microservices.

First part will be Hazelcast Caching Patterns in Kubernetes Environment. Next part will cover how to apply Hazelcast Caching Patterns into Microservices. As last part, Mesut will go through how to deploy Hazelcast into Kubernetes and handle Day 2 Operations.


Registration. Welcome coffee
@eMalaGupta, India
Developer Advocate @JetBrains
@nicolas_frankel , Switzerland
Developer Advocate @Hazelcast
@jlengrand, Netherlands
Lead developer @ING
@snicoll, Belgium
Software Engineer @Pivotal
@madsopheim, Norway
Tech lead @Computas
@delabassee, Belgium
Developer Advocate in the Java Platform Group @Oracle
@mesutcelik, USA
Cloud Team Lead @Hazelcast
Lunch (included in the ticket)
@OlehDokuka, Ukraine
Reactive Streams Advocate
@hinchman_amanda, USA
Android Engineer @47 degrees
@pivovarit, Poland
Independent consultant
Self-employed technical lead for software development teams
@stroblchristoph, Austria
SpringData engineer @Pivotal
@mgrygles, USA
Developer Advocate @IBM
@mlvandijk, Netherlands
Software Engineer
@hinchman_amanda, USA
Android Engineer @47 degrees
@pjagielski, Poland
Senior developer @TouK
NOVEMBER 15, 12:00 – 17:00 @SPACE
In this workshop, we will start with the basics of Kubernetes and explanation of service meshes and explain how to do zero downtime deployments, A/B tests, how to intelligently route traffic and handle failures.

All this without writing any code or affecting your services running in production.

We will discuss the most popular patterns you can use with an Istio service mesh running on Kubernetes.

Patterns such as traffic management with intelligent routing and load balancing, policy enforcement on the interaction between services in the service mesh, handling failures, and increasing the reliability of your services and your services' telemetry and reporting will all be explained and practically demonstrated in this workshop.
@pjausovec, USA
Consulting Member
of Technical Staff @Oracle


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Co-leader of Belarus JUG "Java Professionals BY" community and an active speaker.

Delighted with Kotlin.
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By night he makes meetups, answers questions on StackOverflow, maintains few pet-projects on GitHub and hacks smart devices.

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Professional interests include programming languages, middleware and tooling.

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JFuture 2019 is a community conference intended for networking and experience exchange in the developers community.

JFuture 2019 is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment, discrimination, abasement and any form of disrespect.Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks.

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