J-Fall 2017

39 Videos

J-Fall 2017 Martin Förtsch & Thomas Endres – Project Avatar

Using humanoid robots, virtual reality glasses and 3D camera sensors you can experience the world through the eyes of a robot and control it via gestures. The hardware hacking team of TNG Technology Consulting has built a telepresence robotics system based on a NAO robot, an Oculus Rift and a Kinect One. Using these components […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Nsemeke Ukpong – Configuring Kafka Producers for Stream Processing

If you are like me, the Big Data wave has finally caught up to you. There is no escaping it and in truth (I can attest)with the way that ING is embracing it, it is a pretty interesting place to be! So the question is, where do you start? This session will provide the introduction […]

J-Fall 2017 Speakers Dalibor Topic, Robert Scholte & Uwe Schindler – Working with JDK 9 in Practice

With the JDK 9 GA release, more developers are starting to explore how their code builds and runs with JDK 9. In this panel, leading developers of some of the most popular open source projects (Apache Lucene & Apache Maven) will discuss their experiences making their projects’ code ready for JDK 9 and Project Jigsaw. […]

J-Fall 2017 Guillermo Martinez & Luis Miguel Miranda – DevOps in Allianz

Discover how Continuous Improvement (Kaizen) techniques speeds up the delivery cycle and saved hundreds of man-days by efficiency gains in the Benelux implementation of one of the biggest commercial Java projects in Europe. Find the difficulties of DevOps introduction in an enterprise project, where about 200 people from more than 5 countries and different providers, […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Michael Kolenbrander – Blockchain under the hood: Mining

In this session Michael will explore Blockchain technology and how it works ‘under the hood’. We will specifically look at mining; the process which grants a public network its security and brings finality to the transactions sent over the network by putting them into blocks. At Capgemini, we have been mining several cryptocurrencies using different […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Sander Mak – Designing for Modularity with Java 9

Java 9 brings modules as a core concept to the platform, but it’s more than just a language feature. With modules in Java 9, we can improve the design of code to increase maintainability and extensibility. As with every design principle, modularity requires thought and trade-offs to really reap the benefits. This session covers design […]

J-Fall 2017 Speakers Bert Gritter & Fokke Hania – De Prijzenaanslag

Ben je echt zo goed in Java als je denkt? Bewijs het maar op de Prijzenaanslag! Toets je kennis op het gebied van Java met diverse vragen uit het Java-vakgebied. De serieuze vragen over het brede Java vakgebied worden afgewisseld met vragen uit de categorie Java-bloopers en met vragen met een knipoog naar de dagelijkse […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Hanno Embregts – Building a Spring Boot application: Ask the Audience!

Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone Spring-based application that you can ‘just run’. It uses a ‘convention over configuration’ approach to get you up and running in no-time, while offering all Spring features that you have grown fond of in the past years. In this session this is demonstrated by live-coding a Spring […]

J-Fall 2017 Speaker Sam Aaron – Live Coding Time & State with Sonic Pi

Live Coding systems encourage us to think extremely differently about programming languages. In addition to considering standard requirements such as reliability, efficiency and correctness we are also forced to deal with issues such as liveness, coordination and synchronization all whilst working in real time. Live Coders not only run and modify our code live — […]

J-Fall 2017 Aftermovie

On Thursday November 2, 2017 the NLJUG (Dutch Java User Group) organized the biggest Java conference of the Netherlands in the Cinemec at Ede. With over 1,500 Java developers, more than 50 technical sessions and 76 speakers, J-Fall 2017 was truly awesome! See you next year at J-Fall 2018