The Java community is getting together for a whole week, between November 3 – 7, 2020, and
R Systems is proud to be sponsoring the event within the virtual DevCon 2020 conference.
DevCon Live brings a valuable mix of events and learning sessions lead by experts of the tech industry and we are also happy to share from our extensive experience with Java in a variety of complex projects covering the highly demanding telecom domain.
On November 3rd, at 12.00, we invite you to join the workshop “Moving Java to Telco Cloud. A better CI/CT?”,hosted by our colleague Mihai Ionita, Solution Architect.
When many of the projects are Java, there are a few challenges to establishing a competent CI/CD workflow. From the code-coverage (both with unit-tests and functional tests) to building containers for multiple development/test/production systems, you need the correct frameworks in place. When, additionally, you’re part of the telecom world, choosing the right technology is important to ensure a stable development baseline, for a longer period of time, able to provide the required stability and performance (tier 1, millions of end-customers, up-time in the high 9s, etc).To attend, we invite you to register here. Event details are also available on the dedicated Facebook page.We also invite you to have a blast in our fun Tech Logo Run. It’s all tech, fun&pun, topped with a cool prize: a pair of Apple AirPods. Sign up now!
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