JavaZone 2023 Oslo
With diversity and inclusion in mind, this year’s JavaZone theme is Circus 🎪
A software developer's guide to licenses and other legalities
In the fast-paced world of software development, it is critical for developers to have a clear understanding of the legal landscape surrounding the software that they develop. In this presentation Rafael Winterhalter will look into the different branches of software licenses and open source.
In this context, he will discuss common terms of commercial agreements and what pitfalls to avoid. Finally, this presentation will look into the OpenJDK project and its formal organization. Attendees will gain a solid understanding of the legal and technical considerations of choosing licensed software, enabling them to make informed decisions about their projects.View Program
This year’s topics vary from breaking stuff, to Data revolution and Infrastructure as code.
Deliver software with speed and confidence.
Drop by the Kosli booth #37 for fun and knowledge!
Discover how Kosli can help with your development challenges when it comes to security, audit and compliance. No more software circus!
With more than 100 presentations and workshops, let’s have a look at the lightning talks
|Day & time coming soon||Is psychological safety just a lie? - Malaz Alkoj|
|Day & time coming soon||AdventOfCode for the Brave and True! - Artur Zabeyvorota|
|Day & time coming soon||Mapping what data the norwegian government has yet to share - Livar Bergheim|
|Day & time coming soon||GoLang Generics: Simplifying Programming Concepts So Well, Even Your Grandma Will Want to Code! - Meimona Hakim|
|Day & time coming soon||Mixed Reality check - Scott Leaman|
|Day & time coming soon||Mastering the Skies: Navigating Cloud Native Architecture with Design Principles and Patterns - Soumitra Bhattacharya|
|Day & time coming soon||Music can be functions too: an introduction to live-coding in Haskell - Ulrik Antoniussen Halmøy|
|Day & time coming soon||Quantumania - an unexpected journey - Andreas Ahlgren|
|Day & time coming soon||**Why micro frontends are the s#@**t - George Harakis|
|Day & time coming soon||How We Settle Millions Of Payment Transactions At Norwegian Air - Dapeng Han|
|Day & time coming soon||Using dynamic DNS for service discovery - Rickard Öberg|
|Day & time coming soon||Onboard a developer to your project in 5 minutes flat by using Gitpod. - Fredrik Hoem Grelland|
How to get to the Oslo Spektrum
Oslo Spektrum is only a stone’s throw from Oslo Central Station, the Bus Terminal and Jernbanetorget, which is a hub for trains, subways, trams and buses.
At these three destinations you will find arrivals from, and departures to, regional and local destinations. Oslo Central Station is also a station for Flytoget and Vy’s local train to Oslo Airport OSL.
From the the Bus Terminal and Jernbanetorget, Oslo Spektrum is 9 and 7 minute respectively. So grab yourself a coffee and make your way to the venue location.