February Meeting

What: Performance Tuning Clinic
When: 19 Feb - 8:30 am -> 6:00 pm
Where: ResMed, 9001 Spectrum Center Blvd, San Diego 92123
Cost: $250
Signup: Eventbrite
Maximum attendees: 30

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Our next meeting will be Tuesday, February 19, 2019.
Doors open @ 6:30 PM
Meeting begins @ 7:00 PM

Speakers: Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner
Speaking on: Q and A with Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner


>>>>> 9001 Spectrum Center Blvd. <<<<<
San Diego, CA 92123

Can you make it? (Meetup)

6:30 -

Equipment setup and mixer - Food Provided by: ResMed

7:00 -

Meeting begins, announcements

7:15 -

Speakers Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner

7:50 -

Short Break

8:00 -

Speaker Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner

9:00 -

Drawings - final announcements Meeting Ends, tear down, mixer

9:30 -

Official Stop

Speakers: Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner

Title: Q and A with Kirk Pepperdine and Sebastian Daschner

Focused on Java Performance

Speaker Bio
Kirk has been performance tuning Java applications for about 20 years. Frequent speaker at JUGs and conferences worldwide and has been named a JavaONE rockstar numerous times. Kirk authored the original Java performance tuning workshop and jPDM, a performance diagnostic model. This model is the core of the diagnostic engine developed by JClarity, a startup cofounded by Kirk.

In 2006 Kirk was named as a Java Champion. More recently he has named as part of the Oracle groundbreakers and InfoQ influencers. Kirk continues to be an ardent support of the Java community cofounding JCrete, a Java unconference and by helping other establish Java (un)conferences worldwide.

Speaker Bio
Sebastian is a Lead Java Developer Advocate for IBM. His role is to share knowledge and educate developers about Java, enterprise software, and IT in general. He enjoys speaking at conferences, writing articles and blog posts, producing videos, newsletters, and other content.

He believes that teaching others not only greatly improves their situation but also educates yourself. His goal is to focus on how concepts work and why specific solutions are needed, and only then how they are implemented.

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