Pictures from Thursday at Devoxx

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Here are our pictures from Thursday at Devoxx. You can find our pictures from Monday here, Tuesday here and Wednesday here. Day four of Devoxx introduced Quickies and Ignite talks into the Devoxx schedule. This meant there was a lot more exposure to all sorts of topics. Here is summary of our day.

Talks

Alex and Mykyta gave an interesting talk on REST vs gRPC and their use-cases (as well as how to draw owls).

Slow microservices How to draw Owls

Jonathan discusses the most-recent developments in asynchronous JavaScript patterns.

Async JS Patterns

Eric teaches us how to use Hyperledger Fabric to build your own blockchain application.

Hyperledger Fabric

Ignite and Quickies

In a Quickie, Sascha gives us 10 rules to improve Git usage. Push your code daily in case you cannot do so tomorrow, the show must go on!

Push to Git daily

Unfortunately, we didn’t manage to snap any photos of the Ignite talk we visited but thought it was definitely worth the mention: Buzzword-Driven Development by Nick and Jeroen. In just 5 minutes, we were taught how to make ourselves sound attractive to investors by throwing buzzwords at every part of our business.

Finishing Thursday

When Devoxx became Devoxλ.

Devoxλ

Preparing to see Bladerunner 2049 to finish the day.

Bladerunner 2049 ScreeningLastly, we found more merchandise!

MerchandiseIf you’ve been attending Devoxx Belgium or watching the streams, let us know what talks you’ve most enjoyed!

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Ovidijus Okinskas

Java Developer / Support at IDRsolutions
Ovi is a developer at IDRsolutions, currently working on JPDF2HTML5. He enjoys self-help reading, batch- cooking and card games.

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