I haven’t been giving talks lately. There were various reasons for it; but the most important is that I was busy with the Fedora/JBoss AS stuff for quite some time. The good (?) news is that I’m back to real programming. Since a couple of months I’m helping with TorqueBox, expecially in the messaging space. This is a great opportunity to share this cool stuff with people.
I’ve decided to submit my first ever talk to GeeCON and it was accepted, yay! I know the conference pretty well and I enjoy it every time I’m attending. This is also true to the OpenSpaces co-event which is held the day after the main conference (this year it’s 18th May). For more information about the conference please reach out to the conference page.
I’m giving a talk titled Messaging and scheduled jobs made simple about messaging features of TorqueBox on the first day (Wed, May 15), at 11:40am.
What can you expect?
- Really quick introduction to TorqueBox (nope, I’m not going to discuss all its features)
- Java Message Service concepts refresh
- Messaging features explained with a demo for each feature showing how to use it
- Introduction to scheduled jobs (with demo too!)
Hope to see you at GeeCON!
Thanks for attending my talk!