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Company: TechTalks Timisoara
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  • IT Software
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  • Ad type: event
    Ad level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Arad
  • Oradea
  • Timisoara
  • Updated at: 23.10.2018

    TechTalks Timisoara is back in town with fresh news! We continue the tradition in terms of technology and we are excited to announce the start of the 9th edition.

    Java Conference aims to help developers to learn, discuss and share the newest technologies in Java and their experiences.

    Participants' profile:
    • Have an academic background in Automation, Computer Science, Mathematics or Informatics, Electronics and Telecommunication;
    • IT professional, enthusiastic about new technologies and trends in the tech zone. 

    The Agenda

    Reactive programming is a programming paradigm focusing on building event driven, scalable, resilient, and responsive applications (Reactive manifesto).

    It requires a fundamental shift from writing imperative logic to asynchronous, non-blocking, functional-style code. Spring 5 framework introduces the ingredients of building reactive application recepies. In this presentation we will discover together some of those main ingredients. Live coding is included!


    Petru Flueraș has a vast experience in crafting software. Throughout his career he covered different industries like finance, industrial printing, and telecom.

    Domain Driven Design, resilient systems, cloud native solutions, and Microservices are some of this main areas of interest. Frequent speaker at Timisoara Java User Group meetup.

    Radu Marinescu is Group Manager for Code Quality at Endava, where he aims to make code quality part of Endava’s organisational DNA. He is also professor of software engineering at the Politehnica University of Timisoara, where he heads the LOOSE Research Group. Radu’s interests are focused on software design, quality assurance, software metrics and refactoring. He is co-author of the “Object-Oriented Metrics in Practice” book, one of the best selling titles on metrics. Radu strongly believes that research must ultimately flow into software products that have influence the state of the practice in software companies. Consequently, he was one of the key driving forces in creating inFusion, an industry-strength tool for assessing design quality. inFusion has been successfully used by thousands of developers and architects in large-scale companies, including a very successful deployment in a Global Fortune 500 telecom company. In 2014 he received the ICSME Most Influential Paper Award, after having received in 2009, along with an MIT professor, the IBM John Backus Award for “having done the most to improve programmer productivity” from a jury that included two Turing Award winners. In 2010 he served as General Chair for the 26th International Conference on Software Maintenance, the premier scientific event in this field.

    The age of software systems written in a single programming language is long over. Unfortunately our code analysis tools and technique remain unchanged and become increasingly obsolete. Current code analysis tools analyse only one language at a time, usually focusing on the main programming language used in the system (e.g. Java) while ignoring important code, like configuration or database files.

    But what if we could break the barriers of language-specific code analysis and really assess a system as a whole? and, what if we could do this without analysing the code at all?

    In this presentation we will introduce a new, mind-boggling approach by which meta-data from source control (Git or SVN) and issue-tracking systems (Jira) are used to assess the quality of a software system without analysing the code itself. We will show how these meta-data can be used to detect unusual patterns of change, like files with a sudden growth or a high frequency of changes, or even subtle cross-language dependencies between files. The biggest benefit is that all source files are analysed together, independent of their programming language, and quality issues are reported even for files that are ignored by traditional code quality tools. You will also see how this approach enables the detection of a new type of risks that was  completely ignored until recently: team-related risks. This approach will allow you to spot team dynamics anomalies like a high team churn, or too many developers working at the same time on the same file, or files with a high risk of knowledge loss due to key developers having left the project. 

    Last but not least, we will show how the results of traditional code analysis tools (e.g. SonarQube) and novel code-specifc analyses (e.g. library dependencies analyses)  can be integrated with this approach leading to an unprecedented level of actionable insights about the risks in your system.


    When and where will we meet?

    • On Saturday, 20th of October;
    • In Timisoara, at Centrul Regional de Afaceri (C.R.A.F.T.), Conference Room 1

    Other useful information:
    • The acces is free but there is a limited number of seats;
    • You can book a seat until 17th of October;
    • Only candidates who meet the requirements will receive a confirmation e-mail;
    • You can register for one or more sessions, but we recommend to pay attention to the date and the beginning hours because the TechTalks Keynotes may overlap with the TechLabs. Click here for full AGENDA

    *Prin inscrierea la acest eveniment, esti de acord ca datele tale personale sa fie folosite de Catalyst Solutions pentru a-ti permite participarea la eveniment (prin inscriere, confirmare, inregistrare la eveniment). De asemenea, intelegi si accepti termenii si conditiile