Well the summer in the Netherlands is coming to an end and the Autumn is well on its way. However that brings with it, as always a busy project & events season. Let’s talk projects first:
Road, Air & Sea exams are going digital
We mentioned that we won the pitch for the CBR in our last issue, but now we’re excited to share that the scope includes examinations for all Dutch theory assessments for road, air & sea too.
This will mean in time, we will be running an average of over 3000 assessments a day amounting to approx. 900,000 per year.
Claims made easy
We are proud to present Proofer. A mobile claim app that will optimize a customer’s claim experience and an insurance company’s processes. Proofer will allow consumers to easily claim valuable items with the use of a mobile app and insurance companies to offer an easy & efficient way to receive their claim requests.
With the darker months ahead, luckily it’s not all doom & gloom as it also means it’s conference time and well as always there is lot’s to share on that front.
|Jez Humble, October 4th, 2013, will be presenting “Lean Enterprise”. Jez is a Principal Consultant with ThoughtWorks. His presentation will take a scientific approach to innovation in software development. Large organizations are notoriously bad at disruptive innovation involving software. This is primarily due to cultural and organizational issues, combined with poor architecture a lack of good engineering practices.|
|Michael Nygard, October 14th, 2013 will be presenting “Five Years of DevOps: Where are we now?” It has been five years since Patrick Debois coined the term DevOps to describe a way of working together to deliver systems. In that time, we have rediscovered some gems from the past and we have invented new techniques and tools. In this session, we will take a look at what’s new in the world of DevOps, what’s old-but-good, and where we still need to advance.|
Registration is required and there are limited seats so save your seat now.
GOTO Aarhus & Berlin with our partners in crime Elasticsearch
Apart from the tasty bites we will hand out at the stand, delegates that visit our booth will have the chance to enter a prize draw for a free Elasticsearch public training seat, a GOTO conference ticket and a ticket to a NoSQL Search roadshow.
Our premier appearance at T-Dose
With our strong focus to expand further and delve into the numerous business opportunities we foresee in the south of The Netherlands, we are happy to speak & sponsor at the T-Dose open source event in Eindhoven. If you want to hook up with us at the event or any other time feel free to contact us.
NoSQL Search roadshow comes to Amsterdam
Are you frustrated by growing data requirements and interested in how non-relational databases could help? Curious about where and how NoSQL systems are being deployed? Want to build a “real” Highly Scalable System? Well if you answered yes to any of these questions you’re not the only one who wants to know more. For this very reason we’ve decided to team up with some of the best NoSQL experts and bring you the NoSQL Roadshow Amsterdam.
Early bird is only 150 EUR so don’t miss out, for more info visit our events website.
And if you’ve missed some of our recent blogs, here are some of them:
Declarative multi-tenant with spring security and spring mvc by Joris Kuipers
Lessons learned how to do scrum in a fixed price project by Tim van Baarsen
Using docker to efficiently create multiple tomcat instances by Quinten Krijger
Developing windows phone 8 apps by Tom van Zummeren
Server side clustering of geo points on a map using Elasticsearch by Gianluca Ortelli
Improved search for hippo cms websites using Elasticsearch by Jettro Coenradie
We’re always looking for new talent interested in working in a dynamic environment on some really cool projects? Our vacancies include:
To find out more about Trifork & our projects then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your interest, more next month.
Regards, Trifork Amsterdam