|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] Jakarta EE 8 Slide Deck Speaker Notes Added|
I few folks have already used the deck at their JUG, please feel free to do the same.
The next step for me is to provide a recording of my rendition of the talk, which I hope to do as soon as time permits.
Reza Rahman Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, SpeakerPlease note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer.
On 5/28/20 6:16 PM, Reza Rahman wrote:
Thanks indeed for the kind words and the review.It's all subjective of course, but in the presentation I am trying to cover more breadth than depth. In my experience, the CompletableFuture alignment feature in Jakarta REST is used far more frequently on the client invocation side than the server endpoint side (most of this kind of logic is usually in the application tier rather than the REST tier). It is somewhat consequently better explained on the client side. I think coverage of both the client and server-side alignment is a better fit for a talk specific to Jakarta REST than a higher level overview. That said, I did add a speaker note about CompletableFuture as a REST return type.Unfortunately I had to replace the file, changing the URL. Here is the updated URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_kkew6t-bGTZdy08_wz6_BG3SANYNqHV/view?usp=sharing.More comments and review welcome (although I think I will batch the rest of the changes instead of doing them piecemeal given the URL situation).Reza Rahman Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, SpeakerPlease note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer.On 5/28/2020 4:47 AM, Markus Stauffer wrote:Hi Reza looks good, great work! About the slide "CompletableFuture with Jakarta REST": I think adding an example with CompletableFuture as return type in a rest endpoint method would be helpful. best regards -- Markus Stauffer On 28.05.20 07:47, Reza Rahman wrote:It took me a little while, but I have now added detailed speaker notes:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HZtbxLefX2yKj7k_QH9SuYAjR6ls-mS6/view?usp=sharing.Please consider reviewing the content. And of course please use it! Just to give more context, this is why I believe this content is valuable: I can say first hand Java/Jakarta EE 8 really wasn't evangelized to the extent that Java EE 6 and Java EE 7 was. As a result, most people really don't know what is in Java/Jakarta EE 8 (and there really is quite a bit even if you are a Spring, etc developer). While the content is probably not that interesting for conferences focused on the latest and greatest, it is probably pretty valuable content for a JUG or an internal company talk. Aside from that I did maintain a decent amount of Jakarta EE 9 and some forward looking/exploratory Jakarta EE 10 content. The next step for me is to record my rendition of the talk, upload it to my own YouTube and also see if the official Jakarta EE YouTube channel will have it. Reza Rahman Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer. On 4/12/2020 7:03 PM, Reza Rahman wrote:Folks, One of the things I have been trying to do is create a shareable Jakarta EE 8 slide deck. This weekend, I uploaded an initial version into the resources folder:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ohinS4JaDSEjsoFLYeyVOsBii_A-4sRf.The next step for me is to add detailed speaker notes. Much of that material will come from here:https://www.eclipse.org/community/eclipse_newsletter/2018/november/birdseyejavaee8.php.You can find a suitable abstract here if you need it: https://speakerdeck.com/reza_rahman/jakarta-ee-present-and-future. I will also record my rendition of this talk and make it available on YouTube (either my own or the official Jakarta EE one if they will have it). The reason I believe this is important is that in my view there has been a serious gap in Java EE 8/Jakarta EE 8 evangelism as compared to say Java EE 7 or Java EE 6. Please consider reviewing and adapting this material. The deck also uses a somewhat makeshift Jakarta EE Ambassadors presentation template you are welcome to adopt. As the Jakarta EE 10 work starts spinning up, I plan to refactor this deck to have a much more forward looking focus including suitable code examples. This is a topic we should begin to discuss and act upon at least amongst the Jakarta EE Ambassadors after Jakarta EE 9 is successfully released. Folks like Steve Millidge believe this is where the end user community can really contribute to Jakarta EE. Reza Rahman Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community member and do not reflect the views of my employer._______________________________________________ jakarta.ee-community mailing list jakarta.ee-community@xxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list, visit https://www.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/jakarta.ee-community
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