JUG Cologne – Vaadin 8, TomEE and MicroProfile

On Friday the 17th, Faktor Zehn hosted the JUG Cologne for the second time. We were happy to welcome more than 40 guests to our Cologne office for an evening filled with interesting talks and good beer.

 

TomiTribe’s Andy Gumbrecht gave an introduction to TomEE and MicroProfile. You can find relevant links to the presentation material at the bottom of this post.

This was followed by Sami Ekblad and Teemu Suo-Anttila introducing Vaadin 8. You can find more details regarding Vaadin 8 release here.

Faktor Zehn’s Jan Ortmann introduced the soon to be released open-source Linkki framework. Allowing annotation based Vaadin UI generation, which is currently employed in Faktor-IPM. We will inform you as soon as Liinki becomes publicly available.

The evening was originally scheduled to end at 22:00, however an interested crowd remained to learn more about Arquillian from Andy Gumbrecht.

We hoped everyone enjoyed the evening and are looking forward to hosting the next JUG Cologne event in the near future.

Related Links

TomiTribe (TomEE)
TomiTribe
Tomcat to TomEE
Apache TomEE

Vaadin
vaadin.com
Vaadin 8
github.com/tsuoanttila/cologne-jug

MicroProfile
MicroProfile.io
https://github.com/eclipse/microprofile-conference
https://github.com/eclipse/microprofile-samples
https://github.com/eclipse/microprofile

Arquillian
arquillian.org
https://github.com/AndyGee/arquillian-demo

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