Welcome to the very first Vert.x Day. We have been busy building a great Vert.x community so now it is time to bring everyone together.
Vert.x Day is going to be a great opportunity to learn about Vert.x, meet some of the key Vert.x committers and most importantly an opportunity to share experiences of using Vert.x. We have a great agenda planned, featuring talks from Vert.x committers Tim Fox and Norman Maurer.
For those new to Vert.x, Vert.x is one of the most popular Java projects on github. It is a lightweight, high performance application platform for the JVM that's designed for modern mobile, web, and enterprise applications. Vert.x Day will be a great opportunity to learn how you can use Vert.x to solve your performance issues.
Vert.x Day is co-located with EclipseCon and will take place Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. If you're only interested in attending the Vert.x Day, you can register for just $200. EclipseCon attendees with an All-Access Pass may attend the talks included in the Vert.x Day.
If you have any questions, please email us.
Vert.x Day Agenda
|10:00 10:30||Morning Break|
|10:30 11:05||An introduction to Vert.x||Tim Fox|
|11:15 11:50||Vertigo - Leveraging Vert.x for Reliable Event Processing||Jordan Halterman|
|13:30 14:05||Bringing Order to Complexity with RxJava||Peter McDonnell|
|14:15 14:50||Netty 4 - A look behind the scenes||Norman Maurer|
|15:00 15:35||Building Vert.x applications with Clojure||Tobias Crawley [Red Hat, Inc]|
|15:35 16:15||Afternoon Break|
|16:15 16:50||Vert.x on OpenShift||Steven Citron-Pousty [Red Hat]|
|17:00 18:00||Using Spring Framework in a Vert.x world||Mark Spritzler [Perfect World Programming LLC and Z4 Poker]|