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03 October 2019
Today, I gave a presentation to Go Tech World 2019 conference on Cloud Native Java – are we there yet? . In July, I received the personal invitation to speak in Bucherest, Romania from the organisers. I thought about for a bit and then accepted the great chance to talk in the Eastern frontier of […]
23 November 2018
This is a report about my experience Devoxx 2018, which took place from Monday 12th November until Friday 16th November. The last time, I was in Antwerp was exactly two years ago, and I was looking forward to seeing where the level of this conference was. I asked myself who would be main influencers, the […]
02 August 2018
This are my verbatim notes to the PEAT UK podcast: Hello there once again to another hot shot. My name is Peter Pilgrim, platform engineer and DevOps specialist, and Java Champion. As DevOps engineer, you probably already heard of Jenkins and continuous integration. Jenkins was originally an open source project called […]
24 May 2018
This are my verbatim notes to the PEAT UK podcast: Hot shot 004 – Migration Advice for Java 10 Hello there once again to another hot shot. My name is Peter Pilgrim, Platform engineer and DevOps specialist, Java Champions. As you know Java 9 introduced a module system. You probably are […]
This are my verbatim notes to the PEAT UK podcast: Hot shot 003 – Thinking of Java 10 and beyond Hello once again. Java 10 was released on 20th March 2018. I think many software teams will hold back from upgrading to it. Even lesser numbers of professional probably still have yet to […]
13 October 2017
I left the second article with the feeling of a less ostentatious technology conference about JavaOne 2017. On the other hand, the conference was packed with information on where Java the language, the runtime and platform with community are going to. In this third article, I want to dig into the future of Java EE […]
05 October 2017
JavaOne 2017 JDK 9 release is red I am back at JavaOne 2017 this year after a family break. The conference is taking place at Moscone West and Marriott Hotel in San Francisco. Java EE 8 and the future of the enterprise platform What is new in Java EE 8? There is the […]
18 November 2016
These are selection of photos from Devoxx trip: Cassandra Clark of Oracle community outreach interviews Antonio Gonclaves on the OTN stand I also was interviewed by Cassandra earlier in the day. Look out for my OTN interview soon. Sven Reimers is a member of the Netbeans Dream Team […]
17 November 2016
This is my report on my trip to Devoxx Belgium conference. My last visit to Belgium coincided with the publication of Java EE 7 Developer Book in 2013. Three years ago is long time in the technology. So what has changed in Belgium in the meantime? The threat level of security is the obvious thing, […]
04 November 2016
This episode is all about the overview Java Enterprise technology from first principles. I will take you through the stack from the hardware to the Java classes whilst flying at 30,000 feet in the air. I will be your pilot over the layers of abstractions for 30 minutes or so from the depth of the […]
19 October 2016
This episode is all about the marketing term Digital and what it means to the developers, designers and architect. In this talk, I provide the most clearest overview of Digital that I ever done. With this background, you will then appreciate how the industry is embracing Digital, including how businesses are transformation their processes, which […]
03 September 2016
Some quick news and views I was completely taken back by the promotion by Tech Beacon: 39 Java experts that you should follow on Twitter. I have found in this industry especially that credit is rarely given, and if you luckily enough to be at the stage of life that someone else awards you with […]