Category: Tracks

Electrifying Mobiles @ Devoxx

During the conference exhibition days (Wednesday and Thursday) we’ll host an “electric mobile” shop where you can try out these super trendy devices. They even come with mobile apps to control the LEDs, check your battery level etc 🙂 You can purchase your very own electric wheels below and collect them on Wednesday and Thursday…

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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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A big and cloudy winter

Winter is coming and it looks like it will be BIG and very cloudy. But you can prepare by submitting your “Cloud and Big Data” talk to the CFP. Due to the competition between the major players the prices for cloud computing are now getting affordable for everyone. This in combination with cheap cloud storage make…

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Devoxx, the JVM and its languages

It’s this time of the year again, the Devoxx 2014 call for paper is open. Once again, we have a track dedicated to alternate languages on the Java Virtual Machine. When I say or hear “Java” these days, it often refers to the amazing piece of technology that the JVM is or even the ecosystem around…

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It’s time to make a decision

For the Java Enterprise world, 2014 is the year in-between. The Java EE 7 spec has been launched last year, and the Java EE 8 spec won’t be released this year. At Devoxx, we’ll be looking back and forward. For some companies, it is time to decide when and how to migrate to Java EE…

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Entrepreneurship at Devoxx

We’ve a total of 10 tracks at Devoxx Belgium and this year a brand new one has been introduced: The “Startup” track! Both JavaPolis and Devoxx have already welcomed many very successful entrepreneurs, I thought I would include a few pictures in this blog post… do you (still) recognise them? I strongly believe that a community event like…

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