Listopadové setkání Pražské Czech Java User Group proběhne v pondělí 7.11. od 19h v posluchárně S5 na Matematicko-fyzikální fakultě Karlovy Univerzity na Malostranském náměstí 25, Praha 1. Čekají nás dvě témata: Who wants to test anyway? Bulletproof Java EE with least developer frustration a Pragmatic and productive documentation of RESTful web services (obě odprezentuje Sebastian Daschner).

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Who wants to test anyway? Bulletproof Java EE with least developer frustration

In (enterprise) development testing often is treated very much as poor relations. But for more than "Hello World" applications testing is not just nice to have (at the end of the project) rather than crucial for working software. This session shows how Java EE application are tested in a productive yet comprehensive way, why it is indispensable to do system tests and why are integration test frameworks like Arquillian overrated for most of the use cases. Most of the time will be spent live-coding and of course live-testing.

Pragmatic and productive documentation of RESTful web services

Communication in the age of microservices is often done via RESTful web services. Therefore JAX-RS offers an easy integration into JavaEE. But documenting all those fancy services can be very discouraging for developers. This session shows some tools, formats and approaches how documentations of JAX-RS projects can be productively created and kept up-to-date and what impact it has to use Hypermedia APIs. Furthermore an approach is shown how this task could be done fully automated.

Přednášející: Sebastian Daschner

I'm a freelancer working as a Java Consultant / Software Developer / Architect in the enterprise software area.

I'm a Java Champion, participating in the JCP, serving as a JSR 370 Expert Group member and hacking on various open source projects. I've been working with Java for more than 6 years.

Regular posts, information, best practices or opinions about Java and Software Development can be found on my blog. You can also find me speaking on various Java and IT conferences around the globe.