Speaker Details

José Paumard

Oracle

Passionate about programming computers for over 25 years, Jose made his debut in assembler and C, C for SIMD parallel machines before adopting Java as an object-oriented language. PhD in applied maths and computer science, assistant professor at the University Sorbonne Paris Nord for 25 years, and now Java Developer Advocate at Oracle, Java Champion Alumni, JavaOne Rockstar, Jose also has a passion for education and knowledge transfer. He gives talks in major international Java conferences (JavaOne, Oracle CodeOne, Devoxx in Antwerp, Paris and London, DevNexus). He wrote numerous technical articles on Java technologies for Java Magazine, Oracle Technolgy Network. He writes a blog, Java le soir, French documentary source on Java technologies for thousands of french speaking developers around the world. He is a member of the french Paris Java User Group, has been a co-organizer of the conference Devoxx France for three years, and disorganizer of JChateau, an unconference held in the Chateau of the Loire Valley. He maintains a french YouTube channel with more than 80 hours of Java courses. He is also a Pluralsight author in the Java space. 

Java 17 Deep Dive

The 'next LTS' is like Nessie! Everybody talks about it, but nobody knows anything about it!


The features released between Java 11 and Java 17 have brought a greater opportunity for developers to improve application development productivity as well and code expressiveness and readability. In this deep-dive session, you will discover all the recent Project Amber features added to the Java language such as Records (including Records serialization), Pattern Matching for `instanceof`, switch expression, sealed classes, and hidden classes. The main goal of the Amber Project is to bring Pattern Matching to the Java platform, which will impact both the language and the JDK APsI. You will discover record patterns, array patterns, as well as deconstruction patterns, through constructors, factory methods, and deconstructors.


Attend this deep-dive session to understand what Java 17 brings you and what awaits you in the future versions of Java.

Java APIs
JDK
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