The day 2 started earlier than the day before. A bit too early for me. While hurrying to catch the beginning of the first presentation, however, a stranger with a big suitcase passed by me in an even greater hurry, a bit confused about which way to take. I grinned to myself as I recollected the familiar face from the speakers’ section of Geecon web page. Anyway, speakers are only human too…
Although latest and greatest themes in Java world these days are reactive programming, alternative languages, HTML5 and microservices, I decided to stay close to the ground at first. I chose jBMP presentation to get an update on how thinggus are moving in the old Java enterprise waters.
jBMP looks like a vivid yet mature project and it is promisingly evolving under the RedHat umbrella. In fact, the team have a strategy to focus on knowledge, business goals, their visibility and continuous improvement. Does that ring a bell? To me, that sounds quite close to what agile principles adhere to.
OK, enough business, we all want some fun too, right? And the next presentation certainly was about how to make fun and even conquer the world with home-made devices. (more…)