• B2GS meetup Launching the Micro Future: Groovy, Grails, and Micronaut With Jeff Scott Brown

    The next B2GS meetup will be October 10 @ 6pm in Waltham:
    Launching the Micro Future: Groovy, Grails, and Micronaut
    With Jeff Scott Brown
    http://meetu.ps/e/FSwgj/1Fnwy/d
    And we will have a zoom meeting.

    While this will be for the Boston Groovy Grails meetup, meaning a screw for our audience, I feel compeled to say that Micronaut can be used form plain Java and Kotlin.

    In this talk, Jeff Brown will demonstrate how the future of Grails, GORM, and Micronaut are linked, as well as how the OCI Groovy and Grails team is taking productivity around developing microservices to the next level!

    Micronaut is a new JVM-based, full-stack framework for building modular, easily testable microservice applications. Unlike reflection-based IoC frameworks, which load and cache reflection data for every single field, method, and constructor in your code, with Micronaut, your application startup time and memory consumption are not bound to the size of your codebase.

    The Micronaut framework shares many core values with Grails, including the enablement of code simplicity and developer productivity. Micronaut offers many additional features for a new class of applications (e.g., microservices, serverless deployments, etc.) that may not be well-suited for Grails.

    Compelling aspects of the Micronaut framework include:
    • Sub-second startup time
    • Tiny processes that may run in as little as 8mb of heap
    • No runtime reflection
    • Dependency injection
    • Load balancing
    • And more!


    Posted By: tucker pelletier on Sep 28, 2018 12:30 PM
    Expires On: Oct 11, 2018 12:00 AM
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      • New England Software Symposium - Spring 2019


        Friday March, 15, 2019 09:00 AM
        Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield
        1 Audubon Rd Wakefield MA 01880

      The No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Tour Series long considered the definitive conference series for software developers & architects returns to Boston this spring! Witness first hand the best a conference has to offer: exceptional speakers, content rich ninety (90) minute technical sessions, right sized event model (capped at 250 attendees) all experienced in a vendor free environment.  At a No Fluff Just Stuff event, the focus is entirely on the attendee experience and nothing else!

      **Fifty (50) plus new sessions for 2019 to choose from! **


      Event Name: 2019 New England Software Symposium
      Dates: March 15-17th
      Location: Wakefield, MA
      Venue: Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield
      URL: https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/boston/2019/03/home

       

      Make sure and use your special JUG discount of $50 by using the promo code nfjsusergroup50 when registering.

      If you are registering with a group, the highest discount will apply - group or JUG discount.

      REGISTRATION FEES:

      Early Bird Individual: $1050/person thru February 15th

      Excellent Group Discounts Available - bring your entire development team to the show:
      5-9 Attendees: $950/person
      10-14 Attendees: $925/person
      15-24 Attendees: $900/person
      25-over Attendees: $875/person

      What's Included - Registration Fee:

      • Three Day All Access Pass
      • Dinner & PM Breaks on Friday & Breakfast/Lunch & Breaks on Saturday/Sunday
      • NFJS Laptop Bag & T-shirt
      • Online Audio Recording of Available Sessions

       

      Questions:  Email me - jzimmerman@bigskytechnology.com

       

      See you there,

      Jay Zimmerman
      2019 NFJS Symposium Tour Series Director
      jzimmerman@nofluffjuststuff.com

       

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