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DevNexus Day 2: Metrics, Monolith Decomposition

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Together with four “AwesomeSauce” colleagues from Info Support, I’m attending DevNexus this year. For me, it’s the second time I’m here, as I spoke here in 2018, too. Next to delivering my own “React in 50 minutes” session I’m attending some sessions to update with new technology advancements. After a great first day, let’s move on to the second (and last) day.

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DevNexus Day 1: WebAssembly, Productivity

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Together with four “AwesomeSauce” colleagues from Info Support, I’m attending DevNexus this year. For me, it’s the second time I’m here, as I spoke here in 2018, too. Next to delivering my own “React in 50 minutes” session I’m attending some sessions to update with new technology advancements.

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Devoxx - Day One

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This year I’m returning to Devoxx. I’m planning to write some notes on interesting sessions or other content. Also, I’ll be delivering my talk on Transport Layer Security tomorrow. But today was a day of catching up with old friends and attending a talk or two.

One talk really caught my attention: “Implementing a simple JVM in Rust”.

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Code One - Day Three

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Third day on Code One already! Highlights for today: the Community Keynote, a trip to GitHub and a session called “Sarcasm as a Service”.

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Code One - Day Two

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On this second day at Code One I have again visited interesting sessions. One on security by Jim Manicode and one on cash (or the lack thereof) in Sweden.

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Code One - Day One

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This year I’m returning to Oracle Code One (formerly JavaOne) for the third time. I’m planning to write some notes on interesting sessions or other content.

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Reports from Devoxx PL

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From yesterday until tomorrow I’m attending Devoxx Poland (or Devoxx PL for short). It’s the second largest conference in the Devoxx family with around 2700 people attending. The conference is held in the ICE Kraków Congress Centre, a large venue with an amazing primary room. Entrance of the ICE The main reason I’m here is to give a talk about GraalVM on Wednesday morning. Apart from that, it’s a nice opportunity to network, meet old friends and make new ones. — Read more... →

Impressions of the first JVMCON

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Last Tuesday was the first edition of JVMCON. This conference has a special programme committee: its audience. When the Call for Papers closed, everyone who had a ticket could see the submitted papers. Only, they could not see who submitted the paper - which let them focus on the papers themselves. Out of almost 180 papers, they had to select 13… And guess what: one of them was mine! I presented my talk for the early birds, and there were quite a lot of them! — Read more... →

Devoxx 2017

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Almost two months ago I visited Devoxx 2017. It’s about time to write some notes on the stuff I learnt there! Event Storming & DDD workshop The week started off with a full afternoon workshop led by Stijn Vanpoucke. The workshop consisted of small pieces of theory, alternated with exercises using post-it’s and markers. A few of the theoretic pieces: An event is something that has happened in the past. — Read more... →

JavaOne 2017

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This year, I had the pleasure again to visit JavaOne. Not only did I attend the conference, I was also accepted to speak, which was quite a dream come true. The session catalog contains almost 500 sessions, and I obviously visited only a subset of them. I found two topics particularly interesting and decided to attend multiple sessions on each of them. “Prepare for JDK 9” and “Migrating to Java 9 Modules” Both sessions where more or less covering the same ground, although from a different perspective. — Read more... →