Speaker details

Taras Boychuk

GlobaLogic

Java Consultant, Founder of Bobocode

How to build strong skills with Kata [UA]

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Methodology & Culture

On our jobs, we usually are focused on finding a working solution. When learning new things, we're trying to understand how it works and how to use it. It is important to have a different type of activities, whose purpose is improving our skills. Kata (exercise) is a predefined task that you continuously implement to improve a certain skill.

Scheduled on Friday from 14:25 to 14:40 in Room 6

Java 11
Education
Kata
Programming Skills

Hibernate the Ripper

Conference
Server Side Java

There are two major facts about Hibernate: 1. It is still a widely-used framework which is "de facto" an industry-standard 2. It is still a "black box" for most people who are using it Given all the powerfull functionality Hibernate provides, the truth is that it will not work efficiently if you don't understand its internals. During this talk, we'll dig into Hibernate mechanisms like PersistenceContext, Flush, and ActionQueue.

Scheduled on Saturday from 10:30 to 11:20 in Room 2

Performance Issues
Persistence
Best Practices
Hibernate