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Aftermovie Future Tech 2019

Future Tech was a huge succes with 600 future technology addicts! A big thank you to everyone who contributed in any way and of course to every visitor present! Were you not there? or do you want a recap of what Future Tech was like? Then take a look at this awesome aftermovie!

Exclusive Q&A – James Gosling

The godfather of Java: James Gosling was invited to the Netherland by Blue4IT, AWS and the NLJUG at the Amazon Web Services office in Amsterdam. On 17 October 2018 multiple developers saw a chance to ask their questions of James Gosling. Which resulted in a very interesting view of the past, present and future of […]

J-Fall 2018: Daniel Rusev – IoT hardware access made easy with Eclipse Kura

In this we will demonstrate how to use facial and object recognition with Raspberry Pi, Eclipse Kura and AWS. Eclipse Kura is an Eclipse IoT project that provides a platform for building IoT gateways. It is a smart application container that enables remote management of such gateways and provides a wide range of APIs for […]

J-Fall 2018: Simon Ritter – All The Way To 11: The Future of Java

Java is the most popular development platform on the planet, with literally millions of developers and users and over twenty years of development. In this presentation, we’ll start with a discussion about where Java is today. The current release is JDK 11. Moving applications from JDK 8 to a later release requires careful attention to […]

J-Fall 2018: Hiltsje Smilde – How to use experimentation in the back-end to build the best applications

What do Facebook, Spotify and Netflix have in common? They all have great technology that enables them to run experiments on real users. The best companies in the world all use experimentation to make their products better. Jeff Bezos even says that Amazon’s success is directly tied to the number of experiments they do every […]

J-Fall 2018: Shashi Ranjan Kumar & Nilesh Saurabh – Amplifying Test Automation using REST Assured

Rest assured is a java library used specifically for component level testing of the REST services (java or any other). We have enhanced the basic REST assured framework to incorporate components integration testing which has been further integrated within CICD pipeline as well. There were around 100 integration test cases in our project including 17 […]

J-Fall 2018: Joost Lobbes – Rabo Online Banking – How Technology is changing an entire industry

Banks have transferred into Tech companies that are facing a new era, in which their business models will be completely changed by the opportunities that technology is now giving them. Instead of competing with each other, new competition is coming from FinTechs and BigTechs. Innovative products and customer experience are key in order to survive. […]

J-Fall 2018: Paulo Lopes – Building native images for fun and profit

GraalVM allows you to compile your programs ahead-of-time into a native executable. The resulting program does not run on the Java HotSpot VM, but uses necessary components like memory management, thread scheduling from a different implementation of a virtual machine, called Substrate VM. Native images are fast and slim in resources therefore a perfect fit […]

J-Fall 2018: Armando Ramirez – Demystifying Kubernetes and Containers Orchestration for Developers

Have you ever felt, as a software engineer, the need or the curiosity to understand more about the world of containers and container orchestration? Understanding the parts of the system underneath our applications will give us confidence and will help us to design, build and deliver better software. In a world of cloud native applications, […]

J-Fall 2018: Jay Rajani – Axon Framework : A CQRS Approach to Microservices

As Microservices has become the boom, a lot of frameworks and approaches are claiming to be the best. The CQRS pattern has also been rejuvenated with this trend. If you want to use CQRS, Axon framework can be very helpful to build a scalable application by addressing core concerns in the architecture itself. But remember […]