Modules in Java were introduced after decades of effort in Java 9. As we migrate to newer versions of Java, we often wonder when and why we should use modules,
Modules in Java were introduced after decades of effort in Java 9. As we migrate to newer versions of Java, we often wonder when and why we should use modules, what problems they solve, how to make use of them, what are the problems we should be prepared to tackle, and the questions continue.
In this hands on workshop we will answer those and other questions related to modularizing Java applications. Learn the why, what, and how at a deeply technical level and get ready to devise your migrate strategy.
- From legacy code to modules
- Behavior, rules, restrictions imposed by modules
- Interacting between modules and with legacy code
- Transitioning from legacy to modules
- Making use of ServiceLoader
What will you learn?
- Why and how to use modules
- The benefits and gotchas of migrating
- How to incrementally transition to modules
- How to test modularized code
- Different options and when to use them
Who is this for?
Java programmers, team leaders, architects, technical managers
About the course
- Duration – 1 day course split in 2 parts (4 hours 2 days in a row) (the agenda can be tailored to 2 day workshop, for more information please contact info@NineBrains.eu)
- Standard price – 399 Eur + VAT (2 weeks before the course, price change to Late bird – 449 Eur + VAT)
- Date – to be announced (if you’re interested, please contact info@NineBrains.eu)
- Location – online
30 (Thursday) 16:00 - 31 (Friday) 20:00(GMT+03:00) View in my time
Dr. Venkat SubramaniamDr. Venkat Subramaniam is an award-winning author, founder of Agile Developer, Inc., and an instructional professor at the University of Houston. He has trained and mentored thousands of software developers in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia, and is a regularly-invited speaker at several international conferences. Venkat helps his clients effectively apply and succeed with sustainable agile practices on their software projects. Venkat is a (co)author of multiple technical books, including the 2007 Jolt Productivity award winning book Practices of an Agile Developer. You can find a list of his books at agiledeveloper.com. You can reach him by email or on twitter at @email@example.com