Will do interesting talk (maybe keynote) at GOTO Berlin on 10 lessons learned from agile.
Doing the keynote and a pre-conference workshop on microservices architectures at the Agile on the Beach Conference. See https://agileonthebeach.com/
Got invited to come to Cork for RebelCon. Couldn’t resist, Cork is such a nice town. See https://www.rebelcon.io/
Opening keynote for SRVisionDays 2020, which actually has Flow as the main topic . See https://www.srvision.nl/en
Back at GOTO, the organization even put me on the banner on the website . Latest news: will do the afternoon keynote! See https://gotoams.nl/.
Will do talk at NewCrafts in Paris about monads. One of my favorites!
Back at the wonderful SDD Conference at the Barbican Centre in London. Delivering two talks, on microservices and monads. See https://sddconf.com/
Doing the keynote for an event organized by Kiota, together with Agile Limburg, on the same day as DevOn Summit.
For the second year in return, I will be doing the opening keynote at DevOn. This time together with Kim van Wilgen we will discuss Flow! See https://www.devonsummit.com/
Internal developer conference for scale-up company Snappet. Will do two hours long talk on everything agile, DevOps, continuous delivery.
It’s good to return to Agile Mammoths Games, this time for the opening keynote (and a workshop). See http://colorsinprojects.ro/evenimente/
Proud to do the opening keynote for this really big front-end tech conference in Amsterdam. Should be a blast. See https://www.frontenddeveloperlove.com/program
Will deliver the opening keynote at the DelEx 2020 Conference in Belarus. See https://delex-conf.com/
Did a double slot while talking about microservices and micro-apps at the quarterly SDN Event in Zeist. Lots of code, good feedback. See https://www.sdn.nl/EVENTS/13-december-2019
Will do the opening keynote to the Dutch Testing Days, organized at the vanue of the Capgemini offices in my hometown of Utrecht. See https://testdag2019.github.io/
SwanSeaCon is the first edition of a new software development conference in Swansea, Wales. I delivered a talk titled Microservices. Stairway to heaven of highway to hell? I might deliver the keynote at the second edition in 2016. SwanseaCon: http://swanseacon.co.uk/ Slides from my talk: http://www.slideshare.net/aahoogendoorn/designing-and-building-a-microservices-architecture-stairway-to-heaven-or-a-highway-to-hell
Utrecht. June 28 – Recently I was kindly invited by Capgemini in Wroclaw, Poland to do some talks, both for Capgemini internally as publicly, aimed at software architects and developers (and yes, testers too). These talks are now planned for July 1 (at Capgemini) and July 3 (publicly). Both talks will discuss the same subject, namely industrializing agile, which […]
On November 3, 2011 I presented the keynote of the Agile Open Holland Conference in Dieren. During this challenging talk I discussed the current state of affairs in agile organizations and projects and the effects of the recent strong rise in popularity of agile approaches. Let’s put it mildly: there’s a lot of work to be done. Death by dogma […]
[Presentation for Capgemini Knowledge Management Worldwide, via LiveMeeting] A while ago I received a very kind invitation to address the Capgemini Global Knowledge Community on a subject of my choice concerning reuse. It said: “On behalf of FS GBU KM, I would like to invite you to deliver a brief talk on a topic of your choice in Knowledge Management. […]
[Talk at Capgemini Microsoft TechEd, at Papendorp, Utrecht] Again due to illness of one of the speakers, I got to do an additional session at Capgemini Microsoft TechEd, after doing a keynote and a talk the week before. This time I demonstrated our approach to model driven development using smart use cases, domain driven design and Tobago MDA. Here’s the […]
[Talk at Capgemini TechEd, March 1 at Capgemini, Papendorp, Utrecht] Due to illness of one of the speakers I did an additional talk at the Capgemini TechEd. I presented my successful talk on software architecture and frameworks, please check the video below, which was shot during the Microsoft TechEd Europe conference in Berlin in November 2010. When it comes to […]
Sander of software architecture, patterns and frameworks. One man, a whiteboard and three markers At conferences, many keynotes and talks using beautiful slide decks cover advanced topics in software architecture, working with specific frameworks or design patterns. This talk will be different. I will not advertise nor bash certain frameworks, nor will I do a lot of name and acronym […]
Will present keynote and some sessions at Centric internal event on agile software development, targeted at project managers, information and business analysts. This talk specifically targets at the role of project management, planning and estimation in agile projects. Topics will include: What is the role of the project manager in agile projects? Does it still exist? Project manager or agile […]
Will present keynote and some sessions at Centric internal event on agile software development, targeted at project managers, information and business analysts. This talk specifically targets at the role of information analysis and requirements in agile projects. Topics will include: Does business and information analysis still exist in agile projects? Agile requirements Where does the backlog come from? An agile […]
Will present keynote and some sessions at Centric internal event on agile software development, targeted at project managers, information and business analysts. Topics will include: Why doesn’t waterfall work – and did it ever? What makes agile different? The Agile methodology that doesn’t exist. An overview of agile processes that do exist. Agile key characteristics Agile best practices Agile beyond […]
On March 10 and 11 I will present an intense two-day workshop on the pragmatic use of UML modeling techniques (and beyond) with lots of hands-on exercises for Array Seminars. Of course this workshop will cover smart use cases, domain driven design, service orientation and many other modeling techniques. donderdag, maart 10, 2011 All Day Workshop pragmatic modeling using UML […]
On March 3 and 4 I will present the 33th (!) edition of an intense two-day workshop on the pragmatic use of UML modeling techniques (and beyond) with lots of hands-on exercises. Of course this workshop will cover smart use cases, domain driven design, service orientation and many other modeling techniques. Participants modeling activity diagrams with smart use cases donderdag, […]
Use cases have been around for many years describing the requirements of software development projects. From a developer’s point of view, use cases are often seen as too abstract and too complex to develop code from. Until now, that is. Title: Implementing and unit testing smart use cases During this interactive talk, speaker Sander Hoogendoorn will demonstrate how to model, […]
During this intensive and highly interactive full day seminar Belgian guest speaker Stefaan van Royen and I will cover a wide range of subjects on agile software development, including why waterfall doesn’t work, agile key characteristics, agile processes, Scrum, Smart, XP, and enterprise agile projects. Guest speaker Stefaan van Royen (TomTom) dinsdag, februari 15, 2011 2:00 Agile development in everyday […]
An important and often underestimated aspect in organizing agile projects is the contract between the client and the contractor. Getting the contract right is much harder than it seems. Venue: Presentation and discussion for legal department at Capgemini, Papendorp, Utrecht. Reasons for getting into contract disputes have to with that it is very hard to establish upfront what it is […]
[Long video-talk at Capgemini in Munich for several Capgemini offices in Germany and Poland] Because I was in Munich anyway, Capgemini was so kind to invite to present a 2 hours talk introducing the accelerators of our agile software development platform, called the Accelerated Delivery Platform (ADP). During this talk I discussed the effects of enterprise and service oriented aspects […]
[Talk at 20th anniversary edition of OOP Conference, Munich, Germany] This years edition of the Munich based OOP Conference is it’s 20th anniversary. I have done quite a number of talks at earlier editions of this vibrant conference. So I was keen on coming back to OOP for its anniversary edition. Great line-up. Keynotes by Erich Gamma, Martin Fowler, Tom […]
[Talk at SDN Event, December 13, Achmea Zeist] To cut to the chase, those of you who have worked on enterprise or service oriented projects already know this. These projects are characterized by a large number of organizational, functional and technically complicating factors, such as many different stakeholders, complex IT landscapes including many web sites, enterprise service busses and SAP […]
[Half-day interactive session at client in Wageningen] This is the last session in a series of half-day interactive training sessions I did this year for the developer community of a client in Wageningen. Over the year I’ve have addressed and discussed topics such as agile versus waterfall, service oriented architecture, software architecture, smart use cases, software estimation, design patterns, dependency […]
[Half-day training course at government agency, Apeldoorn] Smart use cases are quickly becoming a widely adopted standard for modeling requirements in various types of software development projects. Alongside with the modeling approach to smart use cases, estimating software development projects using smart use cases is also quickly gaining popularity. An example of how project progress can be tracked using smart […]
Highly interactive client session, using some slides but mostly a whiteboard, where I introduced the concepts of agile software development and service oriented architecture to a smaller company that heavily relies on a custom build ERP system, and that needs to implement a number of new websites and possibly an enterprise service bus.
A kind invitation from Capgemini’s Function Point Analysis (FPA) core team lead me to do a presentation on smart use cases, agile software development, Scrum, Smart, enterprise agile, and software estimation using smart use cases for the core team, at the Capgemini offices in Papendorp, Utrecht. Example smart use case estimation workshop in Mumbai, India It turned out to be […]
On November 29 I will be doing a series of three lectures for the IT audit program at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, introducing the students to the processes, concepts and techniques of software development, as they will most likely be auditing (software development) projects later during their career. During the third and last lecture I will try to explain […]
On November 29 I will be doing a series of three lectures for the IT audit program at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, introducing the students to the processes, concepts and techniques of software development, as they will most likely be auditing (software development) projects later during their career. During the second lecture I will address a variety of analysis […]
On November 29 I will be doing a series of three lectures for the IT audit program at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, introducing the students to the processes, concepts and techniques of software development, as they will most likely be auditing (software development) projects later during their career. During the first lecture I will go through the history of […]