Methodology & Culture36 Videos

J-Spring 2019 Keynote: Wouter Oet – Keynote: A life of working and learning in IT: Challenge accepted!

In an ever changing world, developers sometimes struggle to keep up with all the changes happening. There are just too many releases of languages, frameworks and libraries to keep up with. Not to mention the broadening of our profession. Pipelines, runtimes, security and Ops are also part of it. We are going to face that […]

J-Spring 2019: Onno Schellekens & Barry Lagerweij – Keynote: Can we use mobile technology to leapfrog universal health for developing countries?

Mobile technology is changing the world at a speed nobody can imagine. Industrial activities are being revolutionized. There is a real opportunity to use mobile technology to leapfrog healthcare in developing countries. Bio Onno Onno Schellekens is voorzitter van het Joep Lange Instituut en algemeen directeur van PharmAccess. Hij is medeoprichter van het Investment Fund […]

J-Spring 2019: Michel Schudel – Cryptography 101 for Java developers

So you’re logging in to your favorite crypto currency exchange over https using a username and password, executing some transactions, and you’re not at all surprised that, security wise, everything’s hunky dory… Ever wondered about the amount of cryptography begin used here? No? Let’s dive into the key concepts of cryptography then, and see how […]

J-Spring 2019: Peter Hilton – Why you should care about code style and what you should care about

Coding style matters, but not only in the way you think. Programmers famously waste time arguing indentation styles, while whole teams lack a consistent vision for their code style, and consistent code. This talk highlights what really matters, and what you need to learn to write code with vision and style. Attendees will learn about […]

J-Spring 2019: Sven Peters – Less Process, more Autonomy with a Team Playbook

Teams are different, projects are different, problems are different. Why are we still trying to squeeze teamwork into department processes, adding bureaucracy, and having organizational layers that makes it harder and much slower to get work done? Join Sven Peters, former lead evangelist at Atlassian now K15t, as he talks about creating a Team Playbook […]

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: Ferhat Yildiz & Laura Rehorst – From COBOL to Kubernetes: A 250 Year Old Bank’s Cloud Native Journey

Adopting Kubernetes in an enterprise setting is challenging enough. Doing so in the highly-regulated banking industry presents further challenges. In this presentation Laura Rehorst (Product Owner – Stratus Platform, ABN AMRO) and Ferhat Yildiz (DevOps Consultant) will share some of the lessons learned during ABN AMRO’s Kubernetes adoption, discuss how Kubernetes accelerated the bank’s Digital […]

TEQnation 2019: Ramon Wieleman & Artem Makarov – Get Shit Done – 25 tips to focus, get work done and become a better developer

Please excuse us for the bad audio quality at the start With the uprise of smartphones, social media and IoT, our day-to-day life is so much different than 10 years ago. We receive hundreds of notifications per day, our email inbox is getting filled on evenings and weekends and we only see successful people on […]

TEQnation 2019: Tim van Deursen – Keynote: When technology meets empathy

In a world with more refugees than ever, with new wars flaring up and new walls rising, we need to find better ways to connect and communicate. Tim van Deursen shows how innovative technology can make a difference in humanitarian challenges. His documentary “Meet the Soldier” sends soldiers of rivalling tribes in Karamoja, Uganda, on […]

TEQnation 2019: Angelo van der Sijpt – What every developer needs to know about cryptography

Cryptography is often shrouded like it is a black art. While you should stay away from implementing your own crypto, there’s plenty of components available in the Java ecosystem that can help you. But, what are they, and what to all those terms mean? In this session, we will unpack the jargon and show you […]