Last week I hold my talk “How to Mess Up Code Reviews” at a virtual meetup of the JUG Saxony. In this post, you can find the slides (English) and the recording (German) of my talk.
Publications and Talks
I made a talk with the title ‘How to Mess up Code Reviews’ out of my blog post ‘Code Review Guidelines for Humans’. In September, I was allowed to hold it at the JUG Saxony Day near Dresden and the JCON in Düsseldorf. It was a great pleasure for me. Thank you so much for having me! Here you can find the slides for both talks.
On Oct 05, 2018, I held a talk about Best Practices for Unit Testing in Kotlin at the awesome KotlinConf in Amsterdam. I’m still overwhelmed by the packed room taking about 650 people. Thank so much for your interest! I’m also thrilled by the positive feedback on twitter. In this post, you can find the recording and the slides of my talk. The KotlinConf was an awesome conference. It was so great to meet the kind and open Kotlin community in person. Let’s carry on!
On April 25, 2018, I held a talk about my favorite topic “Kotlin in Practice” at the JAX Conference in Mainz. I’m still impressed by the huge amount of people that have been interested in my talk (~ 350 folks). There weren’t even enough chairs for everyone. I’m still thrilled! Thank you so much! Also for the great questions during and after the talk.
On March 13, 2018, I held a talk about “Kotlin in Practice” at the JavaLand Conference. The conference was awesome and 1900 people attended. I guess about 300 folks came to my talk although it was so early in the morning. That was awesome! Thank you so much! Special thanks go out to the guys that approached me after the talk and the kind tweets. I’m still euphoric. :-)
On September 29, 2017, I will give a talk about ‘Kotlin in Practice’ at the JUG Saxony Day in Dresden. In my talk, I will give a short introduction to Kotlin and talk about the experiences we made at Spreadshirt with Kotlin. I’ll show how we can benefit from Kotlin when it comes to popular Java frameworks and if there are pitfalls we have to pay attention to. I’m really looking forward to this conference and I’m happy to be part of it.
On June 21, 2017, I will give a talk about ‘Cleaner Code with Kotlin’ at the Clean Code Days in Munich. In my talk, I will discuss where Kotlin can help us to write Clean Code and where not. Besides, I will point out how we can get rid of Java’s bloated boilerplate and why we should be careful with some of Kotlin’s features. I’m really looking forward to this conference and I’m happy to be part of it.
On March 31 2017, my colleague Fabian and I gave a talk about ‘Kotlin in Practice’ at the first JUG Saxony Camp. This conference aimed at students and was organized by the Java User Group Saxony and the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences. It was a beautiful day with many interesting talks and chats with students!
Today I delivered a guest lecture at the Chemnitz University of Technology at the chair of Distributed and Self-organizing Systems. The lecture revolved around microservices in practice at Spreadshirt.
The latest issue 11.2016 of the “Java Magazin” has been published. It contains my article about the testing of RESTful services. If you don’t speak German, don’t panic. The article is more or less a translation of my blog post “Testing RESTful Services in Java: Best Practices".