Received a nice invitation to do an inspirational lunch talk at Quby, makers of Toon.
Nice event with only two speakers (other speakers is from RDW) about the future of software development. Second time in October I’m traveling to Groningen. See https://www.getthere.nl/events/software-motor-van-vooruitgang/
The introduction to this event leaves no doubt. I’m the sole speaker and introduced as the legendary Sander Hoogendoorn. Haha. Cool. And it’s sold out too . See https://www.teamupit.nl/event/netzuid/
Back at Techorama, on its first Dutch edition. Really liked doing a really technical keynote, with lots of code, in many different programming languages. See https://techorama.nl/
Was invited to come and do the opening keynote for the great DevConf event in one of my favorite cities, Krakow. Good to be back. See http://devconf.pl/
Delighted to be able to do one of the keynote at the Agile Impact conference in Jakarta, Indonesia, the biggest agile event in the country. On this occasion, I created a brand new talk about micro-teams, autonomy and flow. Worked out well, seem to have inspired a lot of people. See http://agileimpact.id/
This is SwanseaCon’s fourth edition. Doing a talk about functional programming, pure functions and monads. Having done talks and keynotes at all four editions of this nice event, I guess I’m the official record holder now. And, we’re coming back for the opening keynote in 2019. See http://swanseacon.co.uk/
I’m really glad to see that the LAC Conference now has a hipster sibling, called the LAC Summit, organized in the Nemo Museum in Amsterdam. And I’m glad to be opening it. See https://www.lacsummit.nl/
I haven’t submittee yet (will do later today ), but I’m glad to go back to the wonderful city of Krakow. See http://devoxx.pl/
During my last talk while at ANVA, I did a two hour long talk about micro-applications and microservices, explaining the architecture of ANVA’s platform to their developers and testers.
This is an interesting event organised to help assistents and secretaries more tech savvy. I will explain agile using real-life examples, not from software development. See https://www.secretary.nl/events/tech-savvy-assistant-event
Another great conference, this time in my favorite city of Antwerp. Always good to be back. Will do two talks, one on each day. See https://techorama.be/
Busy week in London during the great SDD Conference. I will do three 1.5 hours long talks. But it’ll be big fun . See https://sddconf.com/.
Kim and I will both do talks at the Codemotion Amsterdam conference. I will also be on the CTO panel at the end of the first day. See https://amsterdam2018.codemotionworld.com/
Great summer conference on the island of Mallorca. Will do at least my talk on monads, might do Flow with Kim as well perhaps. This will be my fifth BuildStuff . See https://www.buildstuff.es/
Presented the opening keynote for over 2.000 participants at the huge Codefest conference. Really enjoyed traveling in Siberia. I answered questions for about 2.5 hours, which was pretty cool. And there was a great party . See https://2018.codefest.ru/
In Cluj-Napoca I presented the closing keynote at the Agile Mammoths Games conference. Also gave an interview.
Together with Kim van Wilgen I presented Flow, the official worst software development methodology in history. We had big laughs, and people who wanted to quit their jobs after our talk .
One-day open registration workshop on microservices and continuous delivery. See https://adeptevents.nl/event/microservices-architectuur
First workshop in 2018, close to home .
Nice evening session at it end-of-year meeting of the IT department of Gasunie on everything continuous.
Great confernece in the wonderful city of Thessaloniki. Was invited to do the opening keynote, really enjoyed it.
Always fun to come back to BuildStuff. Talk on monads and pure functions.
Did the opening keynote on continuous culture at the great W-JAX Conference in Munich.
Talk on monads. Home ground.
Great conference in the friendly town of Trondheim, Norway. Did my talks on pure functions and monads.
Doing my It’s a small world talk for a sold out room in the RAI Conference Center in Amsterdam.
Interesting evening-pizza-session where I’ve demonstrated how software development will evolve in the next decade.
Did the opening keynote for the second time in a row at Topconf in Dusseldorf.
Doing my new talk on the continuous culture titled It’s a small world after all.
Afternoon session with over 100 participants.
Microservices is a hot topic. There is a plethora of opinions, conference talks and blog posts about microservices. I started doing microservices myself three-and-a-half years ago, when I was designing a system for an insurance company. Since then I have done many talks on the topic, published articles and presented training courses. Usually, I ask my attendees if they have […]
Interesting open discussion on agile, requirements, use cases and stories, and a bit on microservices too. To be continued.