The Kansas City Developer Conference was a fantastic event with a solid schedule of heavy-hitters from the tech community. The Keyhole team was proud to have four members who presented talks.
Download all four presentations from the Keyhole Software GitHub.
Grunt 101 – Friday, May 16, 2014 at 9:40 a.m.
1) The Validating Assumptions paradigm
2) Binary Search
3) Top-Down and Bottom-Up
4) Debugger Statements
5) Event Listener Breakpoints
7) Reporting bugs
Java RESTful End Point Frameworks to Support the Shift to HTML5 SPA – Friday, May 16, 2014 at 9:40 a.m.
A discussion of the use of Java RESTful End Point Frameworks to support the shift to HTML5 SPA. Browser-based Single Page Applications (SPA) are becoming more prevalent in the enterprise due to increasing mobility requirements and demand for responsive user interfaces. This presents a fundamental shift in application architecture that Java EE shops need to be aware of. This presentation discusses the role of Java RESTful End Point Frameworks in that shift.
JSF in the Modern Age – Friday, May 16, 2014 at 3:20 p.m.
Bio: Keith is a Senior Consultant with Keyhole Software. Keith has been consulting since 2000 and before that was an Advisory Software Engineer with IBM. While Keith is a software developer/architect/designer at heart, he also has experience as a development manager, product planner, and agile adoption disciple. Keith has been a leader on several major system re-engineering/modernization efforts as well as short duration, “hit team”-type projects. His 30+ years of software development has progressed from Cobol, Basic, and C, through C++ and SmallTalk, and on to Java/ Java EE where he has focused most of his attention for the past 15+ years.