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Saira Timmerman
Publication Date
3 May 2019

GeeCON 2019

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From 15 to 17 May 2019 the 11th edition of GeeCON took place in Kraków, Poland. Over 1200 people joined 75+ speakers in one of the 80+ sessions on Java and Java Virtual Machine based technologies. All interested in the world of Java, were delighted to meet others in a friendly atmosphere in a positively overwhelming Java climate. Sharing experiences on modern software development methodologies, enterprise architecture, software craftsmanship, design patterns, distributed computing and more.

Mobiquity’s booth - Let's move the Java world!

At our booth we organized some Java inspired quizzes and gave insight in what it’s like to work on our cool projects in Healthcare, Banking, IoT, Big Data, and cutting edge Web & Mobile Applications at Mobiquity.

Meeting us

In Mobiquity's booth back-end team lead Robert Lilje and recruiter Yuliya Kazlova had great chats about careers and projects at Mobiquity. 


About the Speakers

At the time of writing the full schedule was not available yet, but there are 4 tracks over 3 days, filled with talks and keynote such as:

  • "Standard Web Payment APIs" by A.Mahdy AbdelAziz
  • "On-stage hacking: build 12-factor microservices" by Emily Jiang
  • "Chaos Development: Removing software as the inhibitor of Agile" by Fred George
  • "Purely Functional Data Structures" by Grzegorz Piwowarek
  • "Developer's guide to selling your soul" by Hrvoje Crnjak
  • "Event-Driven Architecture Traps" by Jakub Pilimon
  • "Another year, another language" by Jarek Ratajski
  • "Forget Go. Go, Java, go!" by Jaroslav Tulach
  • "9 ways to test your spaghetti code" by Mads Opheim
  • "How to save money on long-term support for Java 11?" by Marcin Zajączkowski
  • "Superpowers of Kotlin Delegation" by Marcin Moskała
  • "Netty 5 - Lessons learned" by Norman Maurer
  • "Scaling your Architecture with Services and Events" by Randy Shoup
  • "Don’t be Homer Simpson with your Reactor!" by Sergei Egorov
  • "Messages on the Outside, Messages on the Inside" by Szymon Pobiega
  • "Machine data: how to handle it better?" by Tanay Pant
  • "Is writing performant code too expensive?" by Tomasz Kowalczewski
  • "The Slower the Stronger: A Story of Password Hash Migration" by Tomasz Borowiec
  • "MADPIG: Measure and deepen performance in Go" by Valentin Deleplace
  • "Micronaut, Dragon-Slayer (Spring/boot) or just another framework" by Vladimir Dejanovic
  • "Developer’s Torment: The Documentation" by Zbyszko Papierski
  • "Let me give you some feedback...", a story about handling criticism, appreciating yourself and confidently asking for what you want" by Zuzanna Mrożewska


    Full list of speakers 

Date

May 15 - 17, 2019

Location

Multikino Kraków
128 Dobrego Pasterza street

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