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XDEV Sessions at JCON-ONLINE 2022: What's New in RapidClipse 11?

Our Richard Fichtner will be taking to the virtual lectern three times on September 20. Here is an overview of his three presentations at JCON-ONLINE 2022.

The complete session schedule and tickets are available at!


Was gibt es neues in RapidClipse 11? Mit Q&A Session

Tuesday, September 20th, 2022 • 10:00 - 10:50 am CEST

"RapidClipse continues to evolve along with the surrounding software ecosystem. In this session, we will introduce you to the new features in RapidClipse 11 and demonstrate how your projects can benefit from them. We will also cover improvements in dependency management and performance. We will also show you what you need to do to migrate from version 10 to version 11. Afterwards, our traditional Q&A session with the RapidClipse team enters the next round. Ask all your questions, express your wishes and we will try to answer them and write down ideas. We are looking forward to this exchange with you!"


Full Stack Java – building a web app incl. persistence with plain Java

Tuesday, September 20th, 2022 • 11:00 - 11:50 am CEST

"Full Stack Developer usually means you know how to build a web app with HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Angular, React, TypeScript, Java, SQL, NoSQL and many cloud services. That's great, but also a lot of stuff to know and keep up with. I propose a different solution: Why don't we work just with Java? Focusing on one part of that stack should allow us to master that part and be more productive. Also, maintenance and onboarding new team members to such a project should be easier. Join me and learn how to build enterprise-ready web apps with supported open-source frameworks with just basic Java knowledge."


Scale to Zero with Java and save the planet (and money)

Wednesday, September 21th, 2022 • 12:00 - 12:50 pm CEST

"Java applications are widely used and often several years old. You can use these applications in the cloud via lift-and-shift (helps nothing) or you can rewrite the application in cloud-native style and use the advantages of the cloud. An alternative for existing applications is missing here. It must be possible to go to the cloud and use advantages such as serverless and scale-to-zero WITHOUT having to rewrite the entire application. I will show what is already working well today and where the rough edges are. In the session, we'll move an existing application to the cloud and save over 70 % of operating and maintenance costs with serverless and scale-to-zero. "