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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 2015 Speaker Rene Boere & Pascal Snippen – Pushing the limits of Continuous Delivery

Containers, cloud platformen, Service Discovery en Continuous Delivery zijn technologieën die zich momenteel razendsnel ontwikkelen. We passen allemaal al jaren Continuous Integration gecombineerd met unittesten toe in onze projecten. In deze sessie geeft Quintor haar visie hoe we Continuous Integration de komende jaren zien evolueren naar een Continuous Delivery omgeving op Web-scale formaat, gebruikmakend van […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Pascal Snippen & Rene Boere – Quintor Keynote: Mindblowing: 40+ node PI cluster

Met een Raspberry PI kan alles toch? Dat dachten wij ook. Dus besloten we het grootste Java gebaseerd overheids IT project te porten naar een 40+ node PI cluster. Dit is geen simpele demo applicatie maar deze applicatie wordt gebruikt door meer dan 1 miljoen gebruikers en heeft de gebruikelijke hardware en software requirements dat […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Tom Eugelink – One application to rule them all

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could write a mobile app and a desktop app with a single code base. Yes, of course there are HTML based solutions, and they work as well, but maybe you also find developing in HTML, CSS and JavaScript just frustrating as I do. I want to work in an […]

J-Spring Digital: Trisha Gee – Life Beyond Java 8

Wasn’t Java 8 a fantastic update to the language? Lambdas and streams were a huge change and have helped to improve Java developers’ productivity and introduce some functional ideas to the language. Then came Java 9… and although the module system is really interesting for certain types of applications, the lack of exciting language features […]

J-Fall 2023: Falling in love with json(net) – Jakub Marchwicki

JSON is a piece of technology clearly involving simultaneous or alternating emotions of love and hate. Mostly hate. At the same time people (over)use it everywhere. Kubernetes cluster configuration – checked. Grafana (or any other monitoring) dashboard – checked. Managing AWS account permissions – checked. At the same time, we strive for infrastructure as code […]

J-Spring 2023: Major Migrations Made Easy – Tim te Beek

Conferences love to show you the latest and greatest framework versions and language features. But those new technologies can feel a world away back at work. And it can be hard to justify the time spent to upgrade something that’s not broken, such as JUnit 4. What if you could migrate in mere minutes? With […]