Learn the concepts behind 10 Java Challenges and Eliminate Stressful Bugs!





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Streamed live on Nov 1, 2017

Abstract: Bugs are a daily stress in our work as Java developers. Those pesky bugs hide behind important Java concepts; there is no way out of this.

But can we have fun hunting them?

How about solving a series of Java puzzles and challenges as a way to learn concepts and save a lot of time finding those tricky bugs?

In this session, attendees solve fun Java challenges and gain a clear understanding of what causes the most stressful Java bugs—and have fun eliminating them from your projects.


Rafael Chinelato Del Nero, Systems Analyst, NoBugsProject (Oracle Certified)

Rafael Del Nero, the creator of NoBugsProject, is the author of "No Bugs, No Stress - Create a Life-Changing Software Without Destroying Your Life." Rafael believes there are many techniques involved in creating high-quality software that developers are often unaware of. His life's purpose is to help Java developers use best programming practices to code quality software for stress-free projects with fewer bugs.

Barry Evans, Senior Applications Consultant, Dublin JUG / Version 1 (Oracle Certified)

Barry is a seasoned web application engineer with over 10 years experience developing enterprise applications predominantly in the financial sector.
He has been using Java SE, Spring, and ORM to build middleware for RIA apps written in Adobe Flex & AS3, Angular JS, and HTML 5.
Recently OCP Java SE 8 certified, he is keen to increase his knowledge of Java EE and is working towards the OCMJEA certification.
Barry is also interested in meeting other JUG leaders, finding out what brings Java developers together, and he wants to help the Dublin JUG in Ireland grow by getting involved with the global Java community.

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