J-Fall 201954 Videos

J-Fall 2019: Paulo Lopes – Fight climate change with code

Climate change is the most severe threat facing our planet today. Every single line of code we write impacts the amount of carbon we release to the atmosphere every day. Instead of being part of the problem, we have the responsibility to be a part of the solution. In this quickie, you will learn how […]

J-Fall 2019: Ramon Wieleman, Vasco Veloso & Suyash Patil – The Java Pub Quiz

Oh yes, the one-and-only Java Pub Quiz is coming to J-Fall! Test your knowledge about the programming language we all love: Java! With fun and interesting questions presented in a fast-paced pub quiz style which cover a wide range of Java related subjects. Bring a friend or just join up. We’ve got beer for everyone […]

J-Fall 2019: Simone Stapels – Highly secured APIs: insights into OAuth 2.0

OAuth secures APIs with a temporary, encrypted access token. This is much more secure than basic authorization, but also harder to implement. Because: which flow should be used in which situation? What is the difference between authorization and authentication? And are there any implementation constraints that you didn’t even think about? This talk will explain […]

J-Fall 2019: Jeroen Reijn – What’s a service mesh and why do i need one?

You’ve been creating this cloud-native microservice based architecture. Continuous delivery pipelines, cloud-based deployments, and Kubernetes managed Docker containers. You are ready to scale beyond your wildest dreams. Now, while taking a step back, you notice that your services contain more than just the business logic you intended to write. Proper communication is key in a […]

J-Fall 2019: Grace Jansen – Reacting to the future of application architecture

Ever wondered how honeybees have come to be some of the world’s most efficient architects? Learn how we can all use mother nature’s expertise to better architect our software solutions to be more reactive, responsive and resilient through reactive architecture frameworks. I will be explaining the principles of reactive systems (including the key points behind […]

J-Fall 2019: Philipp Krenn – Centralized Logging Patterns

Most organizations feel the need to centralize their logs — once you have more than a couple of servers or containers, SSH and tail will not serve you well any more. However, the common question or struggle is how to achieve that. This talk presents multiple approaches and patterns with their advantages and disadvantages, so […]

J-Fall 2019: Jay Rajani – Kafka vs CQRS+Event Sourcing

Kafka has rapidly become very popular, even small to evolve enterprises are noticing it. Why not? Kafka is one of the best stream processing platforms right now. The recent trend in Microservices also gave a boost to this increase in popularity of Kafka. But wait is it a de facto standard. Do we really need […]

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 2019: Nathan Perdijk – GraalVM in practice at the Dutch National Police

Full title: J-Fall 2019: Nathan Perdijk – GraalVM in practice at the Dutch National Police: running R from Scala in a Microservice architecture. A lot of the best Data Science is done in R, but getting R to run as a streaming application in a complex environment using only Open Source tooling is an absolute […]

J-Fall 2019: Paulien van Alst & Brian Vermeer – My Kotlin is better than your Java!

TLDR: The big discussion: Kotlin or Java, to migrate or not to migrate and why… The world of languages on the JVM has seen alternatives to Java come and go. Kotlin is probably the most popular one at this moment. Although Java is still one of the most commonly used programming languages, Kotlin seems to […]