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jDays speakers 2017

Arun Gupta

Arun Gupta

Arun Gupta is the vice president of developer advocacy at Couchbase. He has built and led developer communities for 10+ years at Sun, Oracle, and Red Hat. He has deep expertise in leading cross-functional teams to develop and execute strategy, planning and execution of content, marketing campaigns, and programs. Prior to that he led engineering teams at Sun and is a founding member of the Java EE team. Gupta has authored more than 2,000 blog posts on technology. He has extensive speaking experience in more than 40 countries on myriad topics and is a JavaOne Rock Star for three years in a row. Gupta also founded the Devoxx4Kids chapter in the US and continues to promote technology education among children. An author of several books on technology, an avid runner, a globe trotter, a Java Champion, a JUG leader, NetBeans Dream Team member, and a Docker Captain, he is easily accessible at @arungupta

KEYNOTE DAY 1


Jessica Engström

Jessica Engström

Being a geek shows in all parts of her life, whether it be organizing hackathons, running a User Group and a podcast with her husband, game nights (retro or VR/MR) with friends, just catching the latest superhero movie or speaking at conferences (like NDC, Techdays, Devsum, Swetugg and such). Her favorite topics is UX/UI and Mixed reality. She’s a Windows Development MVP and a member of MEET (Microsoft Extended Expert Team). With her husband she runs a company called “AZM dev ” which is focused on HoloLens and Windows development. Occasionally blogs at www.catoholic.se which kind of shows her love for cats… and pink.. mostly pink.

KEYNOTE DAY 2


Angelika Langer

Angelika Langer

Angelika Langer works as a trainer and consultant with a course curriculum of Java and C++ seminars. She enjoys speaking at conferences, among them JavaOne, JAX, jDays, JFokus, JavaZone and many more (see lanyrd.com/profile/angelikalanger/). She is author of the online “Java Generics FAQs” and a “Lambda Tutorial & Reference” at www.AngelikaLanger.com.

Stream Puzzlers – Traps and Pitfalls in Using Java 8 Streams


Alex Theedom

Alex Theedom

Alex Theedom was one of the panelist at the launch of the MicroProfile at JavaOne 2016. He represented the London Java Community along side SouJava User group and collaborating vendors IBM, Payara, RedHat and Tomitribe. Alex is a microservice developer/architect with over 10 years experience developing Enterprise Java applications. He is a published author, conference speaker and blogger.

Java EE 8: What Servlet 4.0 and HTTP/2 mean to you


Tracy Lee

Tracy Lee

Tracy is passionate about MVC frameworks and the latest JavaScript technologies. Tracy runs Modern Web podcast & conferences, loves open source, building community, and most of all, cli tools. She helps organize various events in the JS community such as Global Ember Meetup, track chair for QConSF, ng-cruise, and empowers large teams with mentorship through EmberSherpa. You can find more at http://modern-web.org and http://embersherpa.com or follow her on Twitter @ladyleet

The Tale of 3 CLIs – Ember, Angular, and React

An Introduction Into Using Angular’s Material Design


Goncalves Dulce

Goncalves Dulce

Agile Experience +10 years agile experience (almost 26 years’ experience within SW product development) Agile/SCRUM Coach, Certified Scrum Master & Certified Scrum Product Owner Global Scaled Agile Big Bang Transfer 2004/2005 Agile coach helping other companies with their agile transfer since 2008 Agile training: Experience development for Agile leaders (the method that we use in this program is based on +20 years research), Management 3.0 etc”

Story Telling: How to succeed with implementing scaled Agile


David Vujic

David Vujic

David has been developing software since the year of 2000, mainly focusing on Web Development. He works as a consultant in a Stockholm based company called Biolit AB. Some people know him as an early adopter of agile methods and test driven development. He has participated as a speaker at jDays 2014, 2015 & 2016, dotNetConf, Swetugg and DevSum. David is passionate about educating and helping people get up and running with tools like Kanban, JavaScript and Test Driven Development.

JavaScript in 2017: Yeah, you need webpack, babel, react …


Ivar Grimstad

Ivar Grimstad

Ivar Grimstad is a Java Champion and software architect focusing on Enterprise Java. He is participating in the Java Community Process as a member of the Expert Groups for JSR 368 (JMS 2.1), JSR 371 (MVC 1.0), JSR 375 (Java EE Security API). He is also a member of the NetBeans Dream Team and JUG Leader of Javaforum Malmö. Ivar is a frequent speaker at international developer conferences.

Microprofile.io – by Example

MVC 1.0 – Now Even Better


Henrik Jonsson

Henrik Jonsson

“With over two decades in games, graphics and casino development, Henrik Jonsson hopes to bring you a few new insights into the wonderful world of Game Development. Having recently shipped the new Need for Speed game with Sweden’s Ghost Games, an EA studio, his experience as a software developer goes back to before JDK 1.0. Henrik is a strong advocate of developer engagement and massive prototyping. He is also engaged in Diversi.nu, a Swedish organization for diversity in games, among gamers, and in the games industry.”” ”

I’m a game developer – Can we work together?”


Sebastian Daschner

Sebastian Daschner

Sebastian Daschner is a Java freelancer working as a Consultant / Software Developer / Architect and is enthusiastic about programming and Java (EE). He is participating in the JCP, serving in the JSR 370 Expert Group and hacking on various open source projects on Github. He is a Java Champion and has been working with Java for more than 6 years. Besides Java, Sebastian is also a heavy user of Linux and container technologies like Docker. He evangelizes computer science practices on https://blog.sebastian-daschner.com and on Twitter via @DaschnerS

Java EE – the most lightweight enterprise framework?

Who wants to test anyway? Bulletproof Java EE with least developer frustration


Joakim Kemeny

Joakim Kemeny

Joakim is working as a consultant and he helps his customers by creating great user experiences for web applications and mobile devices. His interests spans from creating a solid architecture that can support high performance web applications to getting his hands dirty in CSS rules and iOS animations. Joakim recently discovered serverless architectures and this has made him interested in the backend again and he loves sharing this with anybody who wants to listen.

The perfect backend is serverless


Andy Moncsek

Andy Monscsek

Andy is a software engineer and passionate Java developer since 2004. Andy enjoys programming with all kinds of JVM languages and frameworks. Currently he’s working for Trivadis AG Switzerland as a Java / JEE senior consultant.

Event-driven microservices with Vert.x and Kubernetes


Magnus Larsson

Magnus Larsson

Magnus has been in the IT business since 1986. He is an experienced architect in areas such as integration, SOA and distributed systems. Magnus special dedication to Java and the Open Source community is manifested by his active participation in various projects over the years. Currently Magnus focus on helping customers to build solutions based on a microservice architecture.”

Experiences from using discovery services in a microservice landscape


Stéphane Nicoll & Brian Clozel

Stéphane Nicoll & Brian Clozel

Stéphane has a thing for code quality and robustness. He’s been spreading the word for more than ten years while developing large scale Java enterprise applications in the geospatial, financial, or logistics sectors. An Apache Maven PMC member since 2006, he joined the core Spring Framework development team early 2014, being one of the main contributors to both Spring Framework and Spring Boot since. During his free time, he loves traveling around the world. Spring Framework and Spring Boot team member, focusing on web-related stuff. Lead developer of Sagan, the Spring reference app that powers http://spring.io

10 Ways to Get Super Productive with Spring Boot


Christoffer Noring

Christoffer Noring

Christoffer is a full stack web developer with a strong focus on web and front end technologies. He has worked for small and large clients all over Sweden helping out with everything from sql to css. He is a Google Developer Expert in Angular1/2. At Softhouse Christoffer is a passionate developer, educator and blogger. He strongly believes in democratizing knowledge and making it available to people in all walks of life be it a graduate from University, industry active professional or other. He shares what he knows and learns at meetups, conferences, courses and blogs. He also provides mentorship to other meetup organizers as well as people trying to land a job in IT. Currently he organizes 4 meetup groups with a total over 1100 people and counting.. All made possible through the support of his employer and also equally passionate co organizers He strongly believes in fighting the good fight and would jump at a chance to spear or help out with fundraising, finding talent or mentor startups…

Nativescript – true native apps in javascript

Introduction to RxJS


Kai Wähner

Kai Wähner

Kai Wähner works as Technology Evangelist at TIBCO. Kai’s main area of expertise lies within the fields of Big Data, Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning, Integration, SOA, Microservices, BPM, Cloud, Java EE and Enterprise Architecture Management. He is regular speaker at international IT conferences such as JavaOne, ApacheCon or OOP, writes articles for professional journals, and shares his experiences with new technologies on his blog (www.kai-waehner.de/blog). Twitter: @KaiWaehner Find more details and references (presentations, articles, blog posts) on his website: www.kai-waehner.de

Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning with R, Hadoop, Spark and H2O for Real Time Processing

Case Study: How to move from a Monolith to Cloud, Containers and Microservices


Björn Persson

Björn Persson

Björn has 20+ years of experience from product develop and in various roles. Today Björn specializes in Agile methods being a Professional Scrum Trainer and organizational change agent/coach. Seeing the result in the organization is satisfying and Björn’s passion at work comes from special moments together with a leader or a team. Moments of shared clarity, insight and connection. Come join such a moment!

Agilization, pain- and gain strategies


Nicholas Fränkel

Nicolas Fränkel

Nicolas Fränkel is a Software Architect with 15 years experience consulting for many different customers, in a wide range of contexts (such as telecoms, banking, insurances, large retail and public sector). Usually working on Java/Java EE and Spring technologies, but with narrower interests like Software Quality, Build Processes and Rich Internet Applications. Currently working for an eCommerce solution vendor leader. Also double as a teacher in universities and higher education schools, a trainer and triples as a book author.

Spring Boot under the Hood


Robert Alexandersson

Robert Alexandersson

Robert Alexandersson and I am a java software developer that has been doing what I love since 2001. Have been a TDD evangelist ever since 2005, convincing teams I have worked with to test their code well and without made up scenarios (minimal mocking). This test addiction eventually became a java framework that makes it possible to do “real testing” using IoC containers in a JUnit driven test. It contains a base (an adaptive IoC container) and test extension (to run in JUnit) and container adapters as wrappers or emulating other IoC containers (JSR-330, CDI, Spring). Making it possible to assign the same testin principles (alost) to all containers. This was inspired by the Jboss framework called Arquillian.

“Real testing”, software developer testing without mocking


Mario Zechner

Mario Zechner

Previous life: machine learner, middle management, mobile game tech lead, Java ahead-of-time compiler engineer, startup hipster, author of best selling book “Beginning Android Games”. Current life: benevolent OSS project dictator at libGDX, Chief Unicorn Officer at Esoteric Software, working on Spine, 2D Skeletal Animation software for games.

It’s All Fun and Games: Cross-Platform Game Development with Java and libGDX


Yann Cébron

Yann Cébron

Software developer by passion, working on Spring support in IntelliJ IDEA. http://lanyrd.com/profile/yanncebron-6511/

40 Tips & Tricks for Spring in IntelliJ IDEA


Carolin Solskär

Carolin Solskär

Carolin is a Cyber Security Consultant with a big interest in social engineering. She is the founder and chairwoman of Stockholm universities Entrepreneur Club as well as the initiative taker and co-founder of Unipeneurs Network, a collaboration between all entrepreneurs association at all universities in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gothenburg (with the aim to include the entire Sweden). The network was established so that students with different backgrounds, mindsets and education can come together and create magic. Carolin was a finalist in Årets IT tjej 2016 for her work with trying to encourage more girls to work within the tech industry, something she will always keep fighting for. As a former sailor she is used to working in male-dominated professions, and enjoy breaking the norms.

Staying safe while staying connected


Tomas Riha

Tomas Riha

Tomas Riha is a Cloud Architect at Volvo Group Telematics/WirelessCar with years of experience in Continuous Delivery, Automation and Cloud technologies. Today Tomas Riha is responsible for VGT/WirelessCar´s Cloud Platform and internal Continuous Delivery as a Service running in the AWS.

No Servers No Environments


AMahdy AbdElAziz

Amahdy Abdelaziz

International technical speaker, Google developer expert (GDE), trainer and developer advocate. Passionate about Web and Mobile apps development, including PWA, offline-first design, in-browser database, and cross platform tools. Also interested in Android internals such as building custom ROMs and customize AOSP for embedded devices. www.amahdy.net

The Java, the Javascript, and the future


Edson Yanaga

Edson Yanaga

Edson Yanaga is Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat. He has been nominated as a Java Champion and currently is also a Microsoft MVP. Edson is a Software Craftsman, with a particular taste for difficult projects. He considers his craft more than a job: it’s his life’s purpose. Author, and frequent speaker on International conferences talking about Java, Cloud Computing, DevOps and Software Craftsmanship.

Scars from the Journey: Crafting Clean & Effective Java EE applications with DDD


Johan Janssen

Johan Janssen

Johan is working as a Java architect, trainer and competence center Java lead at Info Support. He has been working for various demanding companies where rapidly delivering quality software was very important. He likes sharing his knowledge about Java, continuous delivery, DevOps, IoT, software quality and numerous other subjects. Johan regularly writes articles and gives presentations about those subject for instance at JavaOne, Devoxx BE/UK, J-Fall, Jfokus, JAX, various Voxxed events, JavaLand, Scala Days Berlin/New York, GeeCON, JBCNConf, Java Forum Nord, Coding Serbia, Javantura, JavaCro and ConFESS

Welcome Alexa, your personal assistant


Tommy Sundström

Tommy Sundström

Tommy is a digital designer and author, and has been working over twenty years designing the interaction between technology and users. He will take us beyond the hype of Internet of Things and explore the ways this new technology will effect how we live, work and play.

Internet of Things – So will it change lives, business and society


Karl Henrik Nilsson

Karl Henrik Nilsson – Coder, Speaker and passionate hardware hacker.

Karl-Henrik is an experienced developer and Microsoft .NET MVP that have written code for anything from cellular network base stations to websites. He is a passionate software developer at tretton37 and spends a somewhat obsessive amount of his free time building smarter devices.

IoT – The Internet of (less) useless things


Alex Lakatos

Alex Lakatos

Alex Lakatos is a Mozilla Tech speaker and has been a contributor to the Mozilla project for the past six years, based in London. JavaScript developer building on the open web, he has been pushing its boundaries every day. You can check out his github profile or get in touch on twitter. When he’s not programming, he likes to travel the world, so it’s likely you’ll bump into him in an airport lounge.

Reduxing your React

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