A N M Bazlur Rahman is a Software Engineer, Java Champion, Author, Blogger, and Speaker. He has more than a decade of experience in the software industry, primarily with Java and Java-related technologies.
He enjoys mentoring, writing, delivering talks at conferences, and contributing to open-source projects. He is the founder and current moderator of the Bangladesh Java User Group. He is an editor for the Java Queue at InfoQ and Foojay.io.
English session - Intermediate
Project Loom introduces virtual threads, lightweight threads that aim to dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and monitoring high-throughput concurrent applications on the Java platform.
This talk will explore what virtual threads are, how they are implemented,. how they solve our modern problems, and what, if any, shortcomings there may be.
English session - Beginner
Moving your project to the latest Java can mean faster code, cheaper cloud bills, and many more. Up to 25% of heap memory can be saved just by using Java 11. Plus, if you write your code to the latest Java, it will become clearer, concise, and easy to read, which means less chance to produce bugs.
In this short talk, I will demonstrate a few small and easy steps to upgrade your knowledge and Java code to the latest version.