Java / NLJUG

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J-Fall 2015 Speaker Rene Boere, Pascal Snippen & Arjen Wassink – Continuous Delivery

Deze sessie is een verdieping van de keynote en doet uit de doeken hoe wij ons cluster ingericht hebben, inclusief de technische details. Met live demo’s tonen wij hoe principes en technieken werken. Zo zul je zien hoe wij in staat zijn met Git, Bamboo, Docker en Marathon, geautomatiseerd microservices uit te rollen op ons Mesos […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Bernd Rücker – Using BPMN, DMN and CMMN on Camunda BPM

Expect plump marketing for our BPM platform. Uh, what? No, of course, the exact opposite! In this session I will demonstrate (and code) live, how certain issues in the BPMN 2.0 (workflows for “rigid” procedures), CMMN (Case Management for more flexibility) or DMN (Business Rules with decision tables) standards are modeled graphically and then executed […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Davor Sauer – Putting your head in the clouds

Lessons learned in creating a product with both traditional and cloud deployments. Enabling customers to moving from on premise deployment to cloud deployment. What were architectural and technology decisions and how we rolled them out to have a flexible cloud ready product. Bio Davor Sauer: Currently working as Software Architect in Backbase R&D. He like […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Ernst Naezer & Quinten Krijger – Use Docker to test microservices (ING)

In this session, attendees will learn how to use Docker and Gradle to do full stack testing. The concepts shown are useful for micro services development. At ING we build financial scenario planning software. Using Docker and Docker Compose we develop, test and host our application consisting of multiple containers. This talk focuses on how […]

J-Spring 2018: Opening by Bert Jan Schrijver

Bert Jan Schrijver introduces the best Spring Java event of the Netherlands. Bio Bert Jan: Bert Jan is a software craftsman at JPoint and CTO at OpenValue. He focuses on Java, Continuous Delivery and DevOps. Bert Jan is a Java Champion, Developer Champion, JavaOne Rock Star speaker and leads NLJUG, the Dutch Java User Group. […]

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: Jago de Vreede – Play an acoustic guitar with a Raspberry Pi

Although I’m a complete noob at playing the guitar. But not so with building stuff and building software, so why not having a Raspberry Pi play it? The first prototype was put together in less than a week, and was able to play a few songs a lot better than I ever will. There is […]

J-Spring 2019: Bert Ertman – Are We Really Cloud-Native?

As Java developers we are used to adjusting ourselves in heterogeneous environments and so over the last ten years or so we gained experience with PaaS, VMs, Containers, DevOps, Continuous Integration and Microservices Architectures. Now a new phenomenon arises: building greenfield applications with the intent of using agile application development and architecting specifically for the […]

J-Fall 2019: Ignite Sessions hosted by Brian Vermeer

Ko Turk – To all developers out there, don’t be afraid to use another IDE As a Java Developer nowadays everyone is using IntelliJ IDEA as default IDE. But there is more to see. You ever used Visual Studio Code? For sometime Java is supported by RedHat (installing a plugin is required). It is very […]

J-Fall Virtual 2020: Thorben Janssen – Cause of Death: Hibernate

For years Hibernate has been optimized to store data and load of entire object graphs from the database. So you should assume that most persistence problems could be avoided by using Hibernate alone. But it’s surprisingly easy to harm your project with … or should I better say “thanks to Hibernate” … From practical experience […]