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Agenda


On demand Session Speakers
Watch Now Welcome to JDConf Asia-Pacific Host: Rory Preddy, Microsoft
Watch Now Bootiful Spring Boot 3 Josh Long, Broadcom
Watch Now PDF Icon Virtual Threads in Action Daniel Kec, Oracle
To be added PDF Icon Building Generative AI Applications with Azure Cosmos DB and Java Manish Sharma, Microsoft
Watch Now PDF Icon Maximize Azure Container Apps for Seamless Deployment and Execution Sean Li, Microsoft
Watch Now Leveraging Generative AI for Java Service Enhancement Yoshio Terada, Microsoft
Watch Now PDF Icon Improving HotSpot Scalar Replacement Cesar Soares, Microsoft
Watch Now PDF Icon Optimize Java Apps for High Traffic Scenarios
Nikita Nallamothu, Microsoft
Sandra Ahlgrimm, Microsoft
Watch Now Closing Remarks Rory Preddy, Microsoft

Agenda


On demand Session Speakers
Watch Now PDF Icon Create a change data stream in minutes with Java, Azure SQL, and Azure Functions Brian Spendolini, Microsoft
Watch Now PDF Icon Simple and scalable performance testing with JMeter DSL Carlos Gauto, Mercado Libre
Watch Now PDF Icon Visualizing Your Build with the Maven Timeline Plugin Dan Haywood, Haywood Associates, LTD
Watch Now PDF Icon Hybrid Cloud Application Built with Pure Openness Emily Jiang, IBM
Watch Now PDF Icon Data Privacy Concerns and Solutions When using LLMs in Production Lize Raes, OpenTide
Watch Now PDF Icon What’s new in Jakarta Concurrency 3.1? Mark Swatosh, IBM
Watch Now PDF Icon Spring Tools Live - All the Great New Things Martin Lippert, Broadcom
Watch Now PDF Icon Enter the Brave New World of GenAI with Vector Search Mary Grygleski, DataStax
Watch Now PDF Icon Azure Load Testing - An overview Nagarjuna Vipparthi, Microsoft
Watch Now Unlocking Data Access Excellence with Jakarta Data: Simplifying Persistence for Modern Cloud-Native Otavio Santana, Otaviojava
Watch Now Polyglot Persistence Unleashed: Mastering Enterprise Java Architecture with NoSQL Databases Otavio Santana, Otaviojava
Watch Now PDF Icon Insights From a Spring Boot Leisure Project for Everyday Developer Life Patrick Baumgartner, 42talents
Watch Now PDF Icon Hyperscale Jakarta EE PaaS on Azure Reza Rahman, Microsoft
Watch Now You Can Build Web UI Using Java Only Sami Ekblad, Vaadin
Watch Now PDF Icon Going Serverless With Spring’s Support for GraalVM, Project CraC & More Timo Salm, Tanzu by Broadcom
Watch Now PDF Icon Fast and Easy Cloud-Native Java Application with Jakarta EE and MicroProfile YK Chang, IBM

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