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Tuesday, October 1 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Microsoft and Java, a love story

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We are not talking about a summer love or a head over heels thing here: this is unconditional true love. Pamela and Yuri will share their take on this modern Romeo and Juliette love story between two former rivals. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, though a tragedy, is considered the epitome of a love story. Our story today does not qualify as a tragedy but can be considered as an era defining love story. As the stage sets and the plot unfolds, we will see a demonstration of Microsofts continued commitment to support Java developers with powerful tools and services. • Java is re-inventing itself, getting all new and exciting features, making it easy to implement alongside with .NET Core. • Microsoft Azure is an open cloud, supporting all kinds of frameworks, tools and workloads. It provides some serious tools for building and releasing your Java or JVM based software. • Microsoft runs the perfect cloud platform for Java workloads. • Azure Monitoring will provide you with the needed metrics and insights to run even the most critical Java based enterprise stacks. And as a bonus, we will build a fully functional pipeline during the session. Because nothing says “I love you” more than a CI/CD pipeline!

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Yuri Burger

Yuri Burger is an experienced, hands-on software architect who designs and creates sustainable solutions for companies in the Netherlands and around the world. He works as a principal consultant and CTO for VX Company Software Development, an IT Services company based in the Netherlands... Read More →
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Pamela George

Pamela is a senior software engineer working at VX Company. She has been around since the early days of Java, has a strong appetite for complex challenges and took the plunge into Azure DevOps just last year. She firmly believes it is important to have a clear understanding of the... Read More →


Tuesday October 1, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 4
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