Pictures from Wednesday at Devoxx

Here are our pictures from Wednesday at Devoxx. You can find our pictures from Monday here and Tuesday here.

Devoxx is now officially in full force – with the deep dives over, the conference floor and theatres are packed with people.

First up, Stephan Janssen kicked off the day with the welcoming keynote:

Immediately followed up by Mark Reinhold with the current state of Java 9:

Well, not quite…

He also cleared up some common misconceptions with the new release model:

Next, a talk about all the technology behind CERN, who are also going to be hosting a Voxxed Days conference in the future!

Kevlin Henney had some amusing experiences to share…

… and Venkat continued to dominate the ratings chart for the week.

Google gave a talk on serverless technology, showing off their new serverless (quite literally) datacenter:

They also delved further into what serverless actually is, and how they think it should work:

We also dropped by various talks on topics including design for developers, the use of containers in continuous integration and tips for being a better technical lead…

Last of all, is a conference really a conference without beer and fries?

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Rob

Software Engineer at IDRSolutions
Rob is a developer at IDRSolutions, currently working on JPedal. In his spare time he enjoys riding his motorcycle, playing guitar and studying languages that don't require a semicolon at the end of each line (including Japanese, Ruby and Chef).
Rob

About Rob

Rob is a developer at IDRSolutions, currently working on JPedal.
In his spare time he enjoys riding his motorcycle, playing guitar and studying languages that don’t require a semicolon at the end of each line (including Japanese, Ruby and Chef).

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