SpringOne Tour is back! It's our vibrant, developer community event featuring the latest advancements, best practices, and tools and techniques that are quickly becoming industry standard. Our Spring advocates, technical engineers, and application development experts bring an in-depth look into the beauty of open-source, with Spring Framework, Spring Boot 3, Kubernetes, Progressive Delivery and more, to strategise with you on how you can innovate faster.
|09:30-10:00||Registration and breakfast|
|10:00-10:50||Bootiful Spring Boot 3|
|10:50-11:30||Using Spring with Open API|
|12:40-13:30||Make the Right Thing the Obvious Thing: The Journey to Internal Developer Platforms
|14:30-15:00||Azure Spring Apps|
|15:00-16:00||Fireside chat and Q&A|
Cora Iberkleid, Developer Advocate
Cora Iberkleid is a Developer Advocate for Modern Applications at VMware Tanzu, helping developers and enterprises navigate modern practices and technologies, focusing on cloud native architecture, modern CI/CD, Spring, and Kubernetes.
Prior to joining VMware, Cora was an Advisory Solutions Engineer at Pivotal. She also spent nearly a decade at Sun Microsystems and Oracle, helping customers design and build enterprise integration applications. Through this experience, she developed an understanding and empathy for complex organizational challenges, and she strives to incorporate this empathy into her everyday work.
Josh Long, Developer Advocate
Josh Long became the first Spring Developer Advocate in 2010 and hasn’t looked back! He contributes (bugs, mostly..) to numerous open source projects, including Spring Boot and Spring Cloud.
Founder of Spring Cloud, Spring Boot, Spring Batch, lead of Spring Security OAuth, and an active contributor to Spring Integration, Spring Framework, Spring AMQP, Spring Security. Experienced, delivery-focused architect and development manager. Has designed and built successful enterprise software solutions using Spring, and implemented them in major institutions worldwide.
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