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Matt is a well-known figure in the Java community, and has been building web applications for most of his adult life. For over 17 years, he has helped companies adopt open source frameworks and use them effectively. Amongst his roles he was Lead UI Architect for LinkedIn, the UI Architect for Evite.com and the Chief Architect of Web Development at Time Warner Cable.

Matt has been a speaker at many conferences worldwide, including Devoxx, Jfokus, No Fluff Just Stuff, SpringOne 2GX, UberConf, Angular Summit, and JavaOne for which he won a JavaOne Rock Star Award in 2013. He is the author of The JHipster Mini-Book, Spring Live, and Pro JSP.

Blog: http://raibledesigns.com

wm Web, HTML5 et UX

The Art of Angular in 2016

Conference

AngularJS is one of today's hottest JavaScript MVC Frameworks. In this session, we'll explore many concepts it brings to the world of client-side development: dependency injection, directives, filters, routing and two-way data binding. We'll also look at its recommended testing tools and build systems. Finally, you'll learn about my experience developing several real-world applications using AngularJS, HTML5 and Bootstrap.

wm Web, HTML5 et UX

Get Hip with JHipster: Spring Boot + AngularJS + Bootstrap

Conference

Building a modern web (or mobile) application requires a lot of tools, frameworks and techniques. This session shows how JHipster unites popular frameworks like AngularJS, Spring Boot and Bootstrap. Using Yeoman, a scaffolding tool for modern webapps, JHipster will generate a project for you and allow you to use Java 7 or 8, SQL or NoSQL databases, Spring profiles, Maven or Gradle, Grunt or Gulp.js, WebSockets and Browsersync. It also supports a number of different authentication mechanisms: classic session-based auth, OAuth 2.0, or token-based authentication. For cloud deployments, JHipster includes out-of-the-box support for Cloud Foundry, Heroku and Openshift.

cldops Cloud et Scaling

Writing an InfoQ Mini Book with Asciidoctor

Quickie

Learn how to use Asciidoctor and Gradle to write a book that can be published as HTML, PDF, EPUB and MOBI. This session leverages my "infoq-mini-book" project on GitHub and shows how you can easily write a short technical book and have it published by InfoQ.