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Java Posse Roundup 2011

A review of the Java Posse Roundup 2011 Conference
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Jim Hurne

on 15 March 2011

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Java Posse Roundup 2011 Open Spaces Lightning Talks Skiing Where was It? JavaPosse Live! Who is the Java Posse? What is the Roundup? Whatever happens is the only thing that could have When it's over, it's over. Rules Whenever it starts is the right time Whoever shows up is the right group Law of Two Feet Java Posse Roundup 2011 Podcast about Java Started in 2005 Over 340 Episodes! ...as of March 2010 Why does it work? Because of Shared Ownership! Sunday Big Learnings February 20 To Crested Butte... February 21 Monday Thursday February 24 February 25 Friday February 23 Wednesday Tuesday February 22 Saturday February 26 Coding Rodeos Scala Koans Google Andriod Fantom / Gosu The Client Side (JavaScript) Something Else First day of Sessions Geeking out and Skiing More Sessions... More Geeking Out... More Lightning Talks! Sessions Last Day of Sessions... Fly Home... But not before a small delay Not Everyone Needs Agile Needs the
right culture Still, some
Agile is better
than none Distributed Version Control Systems
Need a Common Language Learning a new
DVCS is hard
because of
different terms Just like Agile,
it isn't for
everyone Java Programmers:
Not Going Away But they might not always work in Java Continuous Deployment is Possible The Future of
Java Programmers No Modules in Java 7 Biggest Innovation:

On Mobile Platforms The Future of Computing is Mobile Always: Users Before Technology Developers Need to Have More Courage Technical Leadership is all about... Mentoring and Coaching Best Practices: Put us in a box? Java module systems could learn something from Debian Andriod needs shared libraries Maven needs improved conflict management It's hard to migrate to a module system after-the-fact Platform Explosion! Apple iPhone
Google Andriod
Palm WebOS
Blackberry The Future is Still Cloudy Looking Towards the Future Writing Code Motivating Others Technical Expertise Don't be afraid to fail

But make sure you learn from failure Value Stewardship over Showmanship When you are stuck,
ask for help Ask Why Often

But Don't be a Two-Year Old When designing, don't forget about "Developability" Classic "Ilities" Scalability
Performability
Usability
Maintainability Developability:

How easy is the design to develop? Scala has a
very bright future Scala is: Object Oriented
Functional
Statically Typed Learning Scala is Getting Easier Statically Typed
=
Better Tools
(eventually) More Snow! Night Life Great
Food Snow! Encourages spontaneous, creative participation Get to know people better Day to Day Developer Problems and Solutions Discussions:

The Sky is the Limit Side Hobbies
and
Other Interests What makes it
better? Photo by Peter Pilgrim. Released under the Creative Commons (cc) License 3.0 Photo copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Old Mining Town Photo copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photos copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Where is half of the Yellow House? Other Rodeos In the afteroon... Five-minute presentations Intro to Lightning Talks
A Tale of Two Agilities
Different Business Models
The Eighth Doctor
Detriot Auto Show
Code Retreat
Continuous Bare Metal Installs
Netflix Could Deployment
Password Management
How to know when to leave
Different Tests, Different Heights
Skiing Downhill
Scala for Business
Firebug vs Webkit Development Tools
Rules for UX
Things you should know about Brazil
Preparing for Podcast Night
@Dept
The Mother of All Legacy Systems
1989 - 2011 Look at all the Lighting Talks... And here are some for you to watch... Tango Open Source Icons
When the Wheels Come off Agile
Company Value
Evolving Face of Detroit
Kendo
Good at Improve, Better at Software
Lego Builders
Naked BDD and Java
ATTD Demo
Bass 101
The is Not Your Favorite Movie
Gymnastics
How to Cook a Chicken
Conter-Sniper Strategies
Pomodoro Technique
Developing Your Personal
Taxidermy
Snap it Live!
Best Java SW Ever
The Art of the Photo Photo copyright © 2011 Henderson Gomes. Used by permission. Photos by Peter Pilgrim. Released under the Creative Commons (cc) License 3.0 A little more Conway's Photo copyright © 2011 Justin Ryan. Used by permission. Progressive
Dinner Photo copyright © 2011 Chris Phelps. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Chris Phelps. Used by permission. Photo copyright © 2011 Chris Phelps.
Used by permission. Photo by Peter Pilgrim. Released under the Creative Commons (cc) License 3.0 Bonus: Ice Cave! Games Coding This Presentation was Created
Using Prezi (http://prezi.com) Here is a lightning talk about Prezi Reduces Risk

As soon as code is written, it's on it's way to production Regulates development speed
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