Last week, the seventh edition of QCon São Paulo made a strong repeat performance with over 800 attendees and over 100 speakers. Enterprise Java, Microservices, DevOps, CI/CD, Big Data, User Experience, and the Internet of Things (IoT) were focal points of the conference, along with dozens of other topics from which attendees could choose.
Several Red Hat speakers gave presentations, including:
- Eder Ignatowicz - Java/JVM - about how OO Design Patterns had changed with Functional Programming: "Refactoring to Patterns em Java 8".
- Alexandre Porcelli - Drools/jBPM - about his current R&D project: From Monolith to Cloud-Ready Microservices with CDI;
- Andres Galante - Pattenfly - about advanced CSS and UX: "CSS avançado: Técnicas para uma UX superior";
- Fabiano Franz - OpenShift - about Containers, OpenShift and Kubernetes: "Containers em escala com Kubernetes e OpenShift 3".
All the slides from QCon São Paulo be found here, and some photos from the conference can be found on Facebook. Videos of the talks will be gradually published on InfoQ Brasil. Stay tuned in 2017 for another strong showing from Red Hat at one of Brazil's increasingly popular developer events.