J-Fall 2016

37 Videos

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Peter Hilton – Documentation avoidance for developers

However good your code, other people never seem to get it. Instead they ruin your day (and your productivity) by asking questions and expecting documentation. You need to know how to explain code without getting stuck in meetings or spending half your time on the only thing you hate more than meetings: writing documentation. Instead, […]

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-Fall 2016 Speaker Sven Peters – Rise of the Machines – Automate your development

When we talk about automation in software development, we immediately think of automated builds and deployments. We may also be using scripts to help make our daily work easier. But this is really just the beginning of the rise of the machines. I show you how leading developers in our industry are using open source […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Ruben van Vreeland – How we Hacked LinkedIn and What Happened Next

The greatest web companies are ramping up their security, and for good reason. In this talk we will go into and advanced XSS attack on LinkedIn with demo’s dissecting how it works. A talk from the hacker himself, that ends with practical mitigations and common pitfalls. Finally, we will zoom out and reflect on how […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Bert Ertman & Willem Dekker – The Fallacies of Distributed Computing

Modern Software Architectures increasingly rely on the network for parts of applications to communicate with each other. In the minds of many software developers the network will never fail. But when L Peter Deutsch wrote the “Fallacies of Distributed Computing” paper back in 1994, he was probably never more right than today. One of the […]

Aftermovie J-Spring 2017

J-Spring 2017 took place on Wednesday May 10th. The NLJUG looks back at a very successful event with enthusiastic and constructive responses from the community! This is the aftermovie of an enjoyable day!

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Bruno Borges & Sharat Chander – Java – The Ecosystem Awakens

In a galaxy far, far away, a technology was born in a time of closed and proprietary software solutions. A small group of engineers called the “Green Team” believed that the next wave in computing was the union of digital consumer devices and computers. Led by James Gosling, this team worked around the clock and […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker Niko Köbler – How small can you go? Serverless Microservices

There are moments, you only want to write code and execute it in the cloud. Without thinking about infrastructure, without the need to manage infrastructure. Because you don’t need it, because you don’t want it, because it’s expensive. Executing event-driven functions in the cloud – that’s what AWS Lambda stands for. Developers only write code, […]

J-Fall 2016 Speaker James Weaver & Sandhya Kapoor – Cognitive Computing Exposed!

The terms “machine learning” and “cognitive computing” are increasingly bandied about in corporate settings and cocktail parties, but what are they, really? In this session we’ll answer that question, providing an approachable overview of relevant concepts, technologies, and use cases. We’ll then take a deeper dive into machine learning topics such as supervised learning, unsupervised […]

J-Fall 2016 Ignite-sessies – 5 minute sessions – Multiple speakers

The mantra of Ignite talks is “Enlighten us, but make it quick”. Ignite is the name for a particular type of event that is held throughout the world (organized by volunteers) at which participants speak about their ideas and personal or professional passions according to a specific format. The presentations are meant to “ignite” the […]