In case you will attend JavaOne in San Francisco end of October… Session scheduler is just around the corner, my two sessions are scheduled for the following dates and locations: Session Type: Conference Session Session ID: CON2022 Session Title: The Web Application Strikes Back Venue / Room: Hilton – Plaza Room B Date and Time: […]
JavaOne 2014 is over, and it has been a fantastic experience! Better than my first attendance 2012. Most sessions had a higher quality, JavaHub was fantastic (I just love the Nao robot), enjoyed Geek Bike Ride and met a lot of new and interesting Java developers. The only mixed feelings I have are about both […]
Awesome news today, my two security sessions at JavaOne 2014 have been accepted! I’ll be speaking about Security starts in the head(er) (CON2371) and 7 security tools and libraries every developer should know (CON2585) (see the session information below). Flight and hotel are booked; hope to see you in San Francisco! Security starts in the […]
JavaLand 2014 is over, and it has been a great first edition of the conference! It was a great privilege speaking there. The sessions I’ve attended were interesting, I ended up with a lot of new ideas for the weeks to come. The different community activities made it really easy to get in touch with […]
Unfortunately, todays recording at JavaLand by Steve Chin (NightHacking) did not work out as expected, but one picture remains:
I’ll be speaking about Java Security Myths at Berlin Expert Days (BED-Con) on April 3rd/4th 2014. Hope to see you there, it’s about time to develop secure Java web applications!
I’ll be speaking about Java Security Myths at the DOAG 2013 conference in Nürnberg. My (German) session is on November 21st at 10 a.m.
Just received the great news that my session on Java Security Myths has been accepted for the upcoming Java Forum Stuttgart 2013. This is the third time in a row for me to speak at JFS after Git in 2011 and Secure Software Development in 2012. Looking forward to seeing you in Stuttgart on July […]
My first JavaOne ever is over. Had a great time there. San Francisco is a great city, and the weather was perfect, a least the first couple of days. I did enjoy all keynotes, especially of course the Java Community Keynote with James Goslings‘ surprise visit and presentation. Most sessions I‘ve attended were really great. […]
Hurry up, JavaOne starts in one week! And there still some spots available in my session on Apache Camel Security. Save the date, October 3rd 2012 (Wednesday) at 10 a.m. at Parc 55 – Embarcadero. My session will introduce you to Apache Camel Security and show how to secure your Camel routes and messages using […]