TEQnation32 Videos

TEQnation 2019: Pim Stolk – Banking Reinvented: IoT Payments

With “Banking of Things” we enable any IoT device to perform autonomous transactions on your behalf in a secure manner. With this talk, I’ll take you on a journey of how we created a completely new IoT payment platform under 9 months. This payment platform consists of 1. IoT SDKs in various languages ranging from […]

TEQnation 2019: Jeroen Resoort – Mesh Networking for IoT

It can be challenging to keep your IOT devices connected to a reliable network and with a good battery life. Find out how mesh networking can help you out! By using mesh technology we will connect multiple devices to the internet using low power device-to-device communication. You can expect to see live demo’s and coding […]

TEQnation 2019: Marcel Kramer & Jonnes Bouma – Keynote: Open Source and sustainability

ABN AMRO will launch an Open Source community. This keynote is about how we moved this way. So the story about Open Source and how we as IT, by applying that, contribute to sustainability and what initiatives we’re doing in that space. Next to that what ABN already did last year in IoT like paying […]

TEQnation 2019: Johan Janssen – Build your own voice recognition solution with Alexa

What if you’re eating and having a discussion about a certain topic? Searching on your phone would mean your food gets cold. Or what if you’re lying on the couch without your phone and you want to control the lights? The voice recognition service called Alexa can solve those issues. In this presentation I will […]

TEQnation 2019: Mariusz Gil – Discovering unknown with EventStorming

EventStorming is a lightweight discovery and collaborative learning tool for exploring complex domains and problems. Using Events, the first-class citizens of modern software development, in very short period of the time we can discover, model and visualize flows, aggregates, bounded contexts, business rules and related hotspots, commands, read-models… EventStorming is also a communication platform and […]

TEQnation 2019: Erwin de Gier – Building a cloud native Crypto Currency platform with WebFlux

Full title: Building a cloud native Crypto Currency trading platform with Spring WebFlux Using events is a powerful alternative to REST-based communication in microservices. However, it comes with its own challenges: For instance, dealing with eventual consistency, synchronisation of state, and writing code which can handle asynchronous business logic. In this talk we explain how […]

TEQnation 2019: Arno Broekhof – DataScience as a Service

Nowadays almost everybody is talking about DataScience / Machine Learning, containers, cloud and going serverless. what if we could combine all those elements to form one microservice landscape? Nice right!? In this session i will start of with sharing my thoughts about it and then do a live demo where i will: – start containerising […]

TEQnation 2019: Ivor Boers & Michel Drenthe – Adventures in autonomous sailing

Machine learning has a big impact on the world. In this presentation, we will look at advancements in robotic sailing and talk about our own plans to use machine learning to go sailing. Follow us on our journey to build an autonomous boat that can sail around the world. Starting with a standard RC boat […]

TEQnation 2019: Eugene Bogaart – Bringing data to life, handling less structured data

The world is full of brilliant tools that provide us visual insights. All these tools have a common requirement that input should be in SQL format. Relational databases are the most common source of structured data, accessible through SQL. But what about all of these NoSQL databases, they promise handling data easier by accepting semi-structured […]

TEQnation 2019: Mohammad Zarifi & Yvonne Duits – Wearables

ABN AMRO possesses a clear and bold purpose: banking for better, for generations to come. The bank’s impact on society and on the economy is tremendous, and for our contribution to be both positive and enduring we need to make the right choices. Everything that we do derives from our purpose: now and in the […]