Category: Javapolis

  • My Discoveries of the Year

    Every year, the main reason why I go to Devoxx is to discover new stuff. For me it’s all about technology watch. The internet and RSS feeds are my main tech watch instrument but there is one thing that is harder to get through RSS: feelings. Conferences like Devoxx are a unique opportunity, not only […]

  • Conference Guide Available

    Woohooo! Exciting times! It’s confirmed, I will be at Devoxx the whole week, and my Conference Guide iPhone application has just been approved. For your information, it only covers Devoxx 2009 for now, but it’s meant to be generic and I will add more information for other conferences soon: TEDxBrussels, JFokus, etc. The application is […]

  • AndroMDA, an Open Source MDA toolkit

    I gave a quickie at Javapolis today about AndroMDA. It was a first for me, and boy it was hard! My goal with this presentation was to act as a counterbalance to last year’s scripting language hype, to show that yes, you CAN be productive with traditional Java frameworks. It’s just a matter of tools […]