Tag: conferences

  • Slides from code.talks commerce

    Thanks to everybody attending my talk “Commerce as a Service vs Commerce as a Monolith – 2 Flavors of Hybris compared in Practice” at the code.talks commerce conference 2017 in Berlin. Feel free to download a PDF of the slides used in the talk: hybris_monolith_microservices Images are compressed to reduce the file size; if you’d […]

  • Slides from WJAX

    If you’ve seen my talk about web application architecture at WJAX 2015, and would like to download the slides, you can download them here: WJAX 2015 – Mobile, microservices and multichannel.pdf If you are interested in learning more about some of the topics mentioned, I’ve previously collected a list of blog posts, articles, videos and […]

  • Slides from my talk at MobileTechCon 2015

    Thanks to everybody attending my talk “Mobile, Microservices und Multichannel – warum Web-App-Architektur sich ändern muss” at the Mobile Tech Conference 2015 in Munich. Feel free to download a PDF of the slides used in the talk: MobileTech2015 – mobile, microservices, multichannel (images compressed) Images are compressed to reduce the file size; if you’d like […]

  • “Shownotes” for my talk at MobileTechCon 2015

    In the tradition of podcasts providing a list of links to things that were talked about, here’s a few pointers for further information about some of the topics I mentioned in my talk titled “Mobile, Microservices und Multichannel – warum Web-App-Architektur sich ändern muss” at the Mobile Tech Conference 2015. Html5 browser support: http://caniuse.com/ Mobile […]

  • Conference characteristics by hardware

    Unsure about which conference to go to? Where you will meet the kind of people you want to meet? All you need to know is what kind of hardware the attendants will be carrying. Barcamp: iPad, Macbook Air Google developer day: Android tablet, Netbook running Ubuntu W-JAX: Company-issued Windows laptop

  • Notes from Google Developer Day 2010 in Munich

    First of all, kudos to google for the flawless organization of a huge (1100 attendees), free event. It was great to have so many key people straight from the source in one place. Here are my random notes of the event: Opening keynote Eric Tholomé: 2004 is the dividing line – Skype was the last app […]