Month: July 2014


That’s the number of  proposals Devoxx Belgium received this year from 469 speakers. Grouping all of this passion by track gives you the following list: The “Methodology & DevOps” leads surprisingly the proposal list even surpassing Java SE.  This is probably explained by all the Docker love that is going around these days?! Our brand new track “Startups” received 24…

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So you think you can Code, heh?

A few months ago ING BELGIUM launched as first bank ever in Belgium a student hackathon. We challenged IT students to reflect upon building the bank of tomorrow and come up with a working application during the weekend. Actually, this was the first episode in a greater technology based story. It is our strong believe technology will…

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Secured Architectures

Not a week goes by without the discovery of a new security vulnerability or an online service losing customer data following an attack. Just remember the heartbleed bug, a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library or EBay asking more than 100 million users to change their passwords after a security breach. In…

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Mobile Is Still Hot

7 years ago we saw the release of the first Android phone and iPhone. During these 7 years, we’ve iterated through numerous versions of the Android OS and iOS. We’ve seen the hardware evolve in terms of CPU, screen resolution and size, memory, … And soon, we will be buying more tablets than traditional PCs….

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The web, still not beaten!

This year at Devoxx we again have a lot of focus on the Web and related technologies. Web development is hot and if you follow the blogs and technology websites, you will see new developments in this area daily. Frameworks, tools, libraries… Some are really nice and useful and most are probably not useful at…

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