Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 5th and 6th 2013

Bhakti Mehta

Blue Jeans Network
About Bhakti
Bhakti Mehta is the author of "Developing RESTful Services with JAX-RS 2.0, WebSockets and JSON" and "RESTful Java Patterns and Best Practices". She has a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering and a Masters degree in Computer Science from State University of New York. She is currently working at BlueJeans Network. She has contributed to various open source projects and presented at numerous conferences. You can follow her on twitter at
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Speaking Sessions

  • Fight the empire lightweightly with HTML5, WebSockets, ServerSentEvents & o

    5:00 PM Saturday   Room: 4201
    This session focuses on how Java EE 7 provides an extensive set of new and enhanced features to support standards such as HTML5, WebSocket, and server-sent events, among others. The session shows how these new features are designed and matched to work together for developing lightweight solutions matching end users’ high expectations for Web application responsiveness. It covers best practices and design patterns governing application development with JAX-RS 2.0, async Servlet, and JSON-P (among others) as well as outlining the pitfalls that should be avoided. You will see code snippets and block diagrams that clarify use of APIs coming from the demo application shown at the end.

  • Think Async

    2:45 PM Sunday   Room: 4201
    With the growing challenges we face with shortage of resources there is a constant need to improve scalability and performance. Fortunately Java EE 7 and Java SE 7 has provided a rich set of APIs which can be used to avoid the conventional request-response paradigm. The session will span across JSRs cover how JAX-RS, Servlets, WebSockets, EJB provide support to submit asynchronous requests and cover topics like callbacks, timeouts, client side asynchrony, API like non blocking IO and lots of good stuff from Java EE 7 and Java SE 7 . Prerequisite: An open mind and be ready to “Think async”