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Latest news from Trifork Amsterdam – November newsletter

November 19th, 2013 by
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You haven’t heard from us last month, but not without reason. We have been very busy and we have some exciting developments to share with you!

The following projects went live last month!

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Latest news from Trifork Amsterdam – September newsletter

September 24th, 2013 by
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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  

cbr logoWe 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.

Download a demo of the QTI assessment delivery engine we will use for this project or view the QTI screencast now!

Claims made easy

proofer logoWe 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.

Download the app now. For more information on integrating this app within your business contact Andre Wilderdijk

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.

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Great speakers, great GOTO Nights
In October we are proud to welcome to Amsterdam at our FREE GOTO Nights:
jez 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 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

goto conNever change a winning formula and so the team from Amsterdam will team up with Elasticsearch once again in both Aarhus & Berlin just like we did in Amsterdam.

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.

Of course there will be Elasticsearch speakers in both Aarhus & Berlin too so don’t miss out on the sessions too!

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. 

Blogtastic

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

Career prospects

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 jobs@trifork.nl

Thanks for your interest, more next month.

Regards, Trifork Amsterdam

Latest news from Trifork Amsterdam

June 17th, 2013 by
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Just 1 day to go until #3 GOTO Amsterdam

The team behind GOTO Amsterdam are raring to go and this time it’s already set to be the best year to date. Not only in terms of an impressive speaker line up and record number of delegates, but also the sponsors this year have pulled the stops out.

es logoWe at Trifork Amsterdam & Elasticsearch will be partners in crime this year and have a host of FREE fantastic giveaways including trainings seats & conference tickets to be redeemed across the globe. There’s also a chance to hear about the customers using Elasticsearch and get insights as to how best to implement Elasticsearch in a production environment. So if you’re at the event come and visit us (hint: if want to locate us, follow the scent of delicious warm waffles!).

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November newsletter

November 14th, 2012 by
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Greetings from Trifork Amsterdam 
It’s all about finding the perfect match in life. Trifork A/S (a leading Danish software company) has found just that in us, here in the Netherlands. As of November 1st we’ve launched as Trifork Amsterdam. Rest-assured, we’ll still focus on the technology as we know it best, the entire team will remain intact and we’ll continue to do more of what we do best but even better ;-). If you want to know more visit our website.

JFall Winners
jfallFor those of you who visited us at JFall this year, you’ll probably have done our “Get to know us” questionnaire. We’re pleased to say that pretty much everyone got top marks (even if you did get a little help from us every now & then!).

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However the lucky winners of the great prizes are as follows:

  • 1st prize ticket for GOTO Amsterdam, June 2013 goes to Erwin de Gier
  • 2nd prize 2 x tickets for NoSQL roadshow Amsterdam, November 2012 goes to Peter Glas & Michel Schudel
  • 3rd prize: Techy books for 15 runners up (will be contacted individually!).

Congrats to winners and thanks again to all the participants.

Don’t worry though for both NLJUG members and our newsletter readers we also offer great group & sponsorship deals for both events. For more details, contact Daphne Keislair on daphne.keislair@trifork.nl or call +31 6 272 94 119 to discuss the possibilities.

Want to know more on NoSQL?

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Just so you know, the amazing early bird rate of 200 EUR for the NoSQL roadshow Amsterdam is still open until 16th November. It’s a unique opportunity to gain insights from some renowned speakers around MongoDBRiakHaadoop & Cassandra,Neo4J and much more. At the end of the session you’ll have no questions around the NoSQL space that’s for sure, so sign up here or contact us for more information. If you can not make it to Amsterdam, a week later the roadshow will be in London too.

Meet us at Devoxx

devoxx logoIf you can’t make it, either sign up for our FREE MongoDB Brown Bag session, or if you’re going toDevoxx visit us at stand number 11 (we’re there with 10Gen).
It’s not all just all about coding: tech meeting December  

Of course we are technology geeks but we also look beyond the code too. This month our two sessions will cover:

  1. Web Application Security, an introduction into how to ensure your web application doesn’t make it to the news (for the wrong reasons!) in 2013, providing you with some basic insights and tips & tools on how to secure your website
  2. Agility Beyond Campfire Romance, an interesting and somewhat contraversial matter when it comes to how best to manage development projects.

Sign up now and join us on 6th December. If you can not make it to the tech meetings we will have the presentations available for download on our website after the sessions.

es logoCommitment to the community
In one of our recent blog posts we already mentioned that both Trifork & GOTO are committed to working closely with the community. This month we will host the Elasticsearch meet up covering the cool use of the product in the new website for the Rijksmuseum, its going to be a great session so sign up now. Also, if you need a location for your meetup (even in one of our other Trifork offices) then we’re happy to help if we can just drop us a note with your request.

Blog blog blogging

We’d published a few blogs recently, including:

Spring Insight plugin for the Axon CQRS framework

Agile Campfire Romance

NoSQL roadshow Amsterdam

Summer time…

September 4th, 2012 by
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For those you may have missed our newsletter last week I’d like to take this opportunity to give you a quick lowdown of what we’ve been up to. The summer months have been far from quiet and I’m pretty excited to share in this month’s edition lots of news on projects, products & upcoming events.

Hippo & Orange11

hippo logoThe countdown has begun for the launch of The University of Amsterdam online platform. Built by Orange11 with the use of Hippo CMS the website developed with multi-platform functionality in mind is a masterpiece of technology all woven together. We’ll keep you posted about the tips & tricks we implemented.

If you can’t wait until then and want more information, contact Jan-Willem van Roekel.

Mobile Apps; just part of the service!

new motion appWe mentioned in our last newsletter the launch of Learn to write with Tracy. Well since then we’ve been working on apps for many customers including for example The New Motion, a company dedicated to the use of Electric Vehicles. Orange11 has developed an iPhone app that allows users to view or search load locations (in list or map form) and even check real-time availability of these.

ysis screenAnother example is the app for GeriMedica;Ysis Mobiel, a mobile addition to their existing Electronic Health Record database used largely in Geriatric care (also an Orange11 project). The mobile app supports specific work processes allows registered users to document (in line with the strict regulations) all patient related interaction through a simple 3-step logging process. A registration overview screen also shows the latest activities registered, which prevents co-workers from accidentally registering the same activity twice.

Visit our website for more on our mobile expertise.

Orange11 & MongoDB 

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We’ve got tons of exciting things going on with MongoDB as trusted implementation partner so here are a few highlights:

Brown bag sessions

Since the launch of our brown bag sessions we’re excited that so many companies are interested to find out more this innovative open source document database. What we offer is a 60 minute slot with an Orange11 & MongoDB expert, who can educate & demonstrate MongoDB best practices & cover how it can be used in practice. It’s our sneak preview to you of the host of opportunities there are with MongoDB.

Sign up now!

Tech meeting / User Group Meeting

As a partner we’re also proud to host the next user group session on Thursday 6th September, whereby Chief Technical Director, Alvin Richards will be here to cover all the product ins & outs and share some use cases.

Don’t miss out & join usas always it’s free & pizza and cold beer on the house!

Coffee Cookies, Conversation & Customers

Last week we invited some of our customers to a brainstorm session around the new Cookie Law in the Netherlands. Together with Eric Verhelst, a lawyer specialized in the IT industry, Intellectual Property, Internet and Privacy we provided our customers with legal insight and discussed what their concerns & ideas were around solutions. If you have any questions around the new cookie law and are looking for advice, answers & solutions, contact Peter Meijer.

ElasticSearch has just got bigger

es logoCongratulations to our former CEO, Steven Schuurman who announced his new venture:ElasticSearch, the company. The company’s product “elasticsearch”, is an innovative and advanced open source distributed search engine. The combination of Steven joining forces with elasticsearch founder & originator Shay Banon and his background as co-founder of SpringSource, the company behind the popular Spring Framework, (also close to our heart at Orange11) it’s bound to be a great success. The company offers users and potential users of elasticsearch a definitive source for support, education and guidance with respect to developing, deploying and running elasticsearch in production environments. As Search remains a key focus area for Orange11, with our experience in both Solr and elasticsearch, our customers are guaranteed the best search solution available. For more info contact Bram Smeets. 

Our team is getting bigger & better

beach eventsWe’re happy to welcome Michel Vermeulen to the team this month. Michel is an experienced Project Manager and will further professionalize our agile development organization. We also have new talent starting next month, BUT there is room for more.

So if you’re a developer and wanna work on great project with a fun team (left: snapshot from our company beach event) then call Bram Smeets now.

That’s all for now folks….

Orange11 June Newsletter

June 15th, 2012 by
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Hey there, as always we’ve a bumper packed newsletter blog this month, so sit back and enjoy your read.

First things first…

We’re URGENTLY looking for a Front-End Developer.

Check out the detailed job description (in Dutch) on our website or contact me for more information. We’ve got some great projects lined up and an impressive client list so I look forward to hearing from you.

Seeing is believing

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In previous publications and blogs I’ve shared our initial experiences with the QTI Delivery Engine and to support this we’ve launched a demo in the form of a fun quiz all about The Netherlands using different question types based on the QTI spec. The demo shows how the assessment engine delivers these questions through any browser type, making it possible to assess on virtually any platform.

Try the demo for yourself now and for technical insight view our screencast which I published in an earlier blog entry and for any questions email any of us at qti@orange11.nl.

Furthermore on this same subject, Allard Buijze will also be presenting the session Digital Assessments of the future at DIVERSE in Leuven, Belgium on Wednesday 4th July.

TECH MEETING 5th July welcomes Azul Systems

I’m excited to share with you that at our next tech meeting session we welcome Azul Systems, the company that delivers high-performance and elastic Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) with unsurpassed scalability, manageability and production-time visibility.

This technical session / workshop (it really is a tech session and NOT a sales pitch!) will help understand the JVM on your java applications and what the barriers are to fully exploiting the power of modern hardware. It will specifically cover:

– The Application Memory Wall and State of Garbage Collection today
– Zing Vision
– Application Characterization – Analysis and Reporting pitfalls when testing.

Sign up for free and come and enjoy pizza & beer too.

To round-up a quick recap on some events we’ve been involved in:

GOTO was hot hot hot…

…in more ways than one that’s for sure. A quick low-down:

  1. We had scorching temperatures of above 25C, pretty warm when mingling with around 300 delegates indoors!
  2. All the speakers were on top form and delivered fantastic presentations (available online via the website)
  3. The Mind Flex game at the joint Orange11 & MongoDB stand was very popular (winners announced below)
  4. Beurs van Berlage certainly impressed pretty much everyone that attended
  5. View from the conference party location; Double Tree Hilton was simply breathtaking.

Here are a few of my favorite tweets from the event:

Chris Nodder ‏@uxgrump

Nothing like having your name on the outside of the building as motivation to deliver an interesting talk #gotoams http://pic.twitter.com/rgCI9ulk

Francesco Cesarini ‏@FrancescoC

#gotoams wins the prize for the coolest conference venue I’ve ever presented at! http://pic.twitter.com/0POHsDNB

and a few snapshots: 

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the view

Anyway for now, mark you calendars for GOTO Amsterdam next year 18-20th June 2013.

And the winner from our competition is…

1st prize MongoDB training seat: Selman Tayyar.

2nd prize Mind Flex Duel game: Jeroen van der Velden.

Thanks for all of those who participated and if you want any more information on implementing MongoDB then just contact us.

Berlin Buzzwords was buzzing

This year Berlin Buzzwords was even bigger & better than last year with over 700 delegates all into big data, search & scalability. We had several of our own speakers present and Frank Scholten one of them summarized his highlights in his latest blog.

So that is all for now, as with all blogs, this is just my take on things, if there is something in particular you want me to cover or any questions just give me a shout.

May 2012 newsletter

May 15th, 2012 by
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At Orange11 there has been a lot going on in April, and in May there is even more in store, this blog covers a few of the highlights.

Welcome onboard

Firstly, we would like to welcome Jeroen Speekenbrink.Jeroen Jeroen started this week as Director Delivery Operations. Jeroen has been active in the software industry for well over 15 years and joins us from Inter Access. Jeroen will be responsible for running our entire delivery operation and will be a key strategic level contact for our customers. Welcome to the team Jeroen.

Hello Tracy

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Although it may sound like it, this is not another new team member, but Orange11’s successful new I-Pad app; Learn to write with Tracy. This iPad app has been developed to help children to learn to write letters & numbers.

Since its launch it hit the top 5 Educational apps in the Dutch apple store. It’s available for download in English & Dutch, try it out for yourself.

If you want to read more about the application check out our blog or visit our website for the case study.

Tick Tock Amsterdam here we come

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In just a few weeks it’s time for GOTO Amsterdam. We are very excited as we finalize the program. The Berurs van Berlage is going to rock with a host of top speakers and companies we have joining. If you have not signed up already, don’t miss out on a chance to mingle with the top tier of the software development industry. Blog readers that sign up now can get a further 25% discount. Remember when registering use the  discount code: orange11vip.

Training session at Berlin Buzzwords

bbuzzwords_logo_social_witheardate(1).pngI guess most of you have already got your tickets for Berlin Buzzwords THE event on scalable search, data-analysis in the cloud and NoSQL-databases. On request we will offer training opportunities the two days following the event (6th & 7th June). Register now for the Lucene & Solr training in a location very close to Urania in Berlin.

For all Berlin Buzzwords delegates we offer a EUR 300 discount so for more information & registration check out our website now. Discount code berlinbuzzwordsvip.

Up & Coming Rotterdam

A group of developers from Rotterdam (one of whom works for Orange11) have started up 010DEV; a social techy evening for those who live or work in Rotterdam (or not!). They have their first official social-tech event in May. They have some cool speakers too namely Trisha Gee presenting Disruptor and Peter Hilton who is going to set off in search of the perfect programmer. In between the sessions there ample opportunity to socialize and to taste some of Locus Publicus’ excellent beer. If you wanna go register here.

Another QTI success story

Building further on our expertise of the QTI assessment delivery engine, we have implemented this engine for yet another customer; ThiemeMeulenhoff. The Oefenmodule is part of a new portal where Educational content is connected to an assessment engine that has the ability to conduct tests. This new module has been developed based on ThiemeMeulenhoff’s existing DigiTrainer. Orange11 optimized the code and introduced new question types and introduced a feedback system that could prompt the use of tips or help. In a dashboard environment teachers can track progress, performance and results for individuals & groups of students. If you are interested in finding out more or a demo, then please contact us.

MongoDB User Group comes to Amsterdam
mongodb logoOrange11 are proud to initiate together with 10gen the MongoDB User Group to the Netherlands. The first session will be hosted at our monthly tech meeting. We will welcome to this session a MongoDB specialist from 10gen. A tentative date for the meet up is Thursday 7th June. We’re just mapping out logistics but sign up and we will send more information within the next week or so. Sign up for free and come and enjoy the usual pizza & beer too.

Caching for fun and profit

If you missed our last tech meeting the presentation is ready for download. It gives an overview of where & why caching matters in enterprise application architectures and then focuses on some practical applications and gotchas in Enterprise Java apps, like Hibernate’s 2nd level cache and Spring 3.1’s new caching abstraction. Here’s the presentation.

Thanks for reading as always.

April Newsletter

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Spring is here and hopefully the longer days mean we can pack them full of great things to do in work & play! This month’s issue is a quick news flash on some things we have planned & on offer for the coming days, weeks & months and hopefully you can join us at some of these events.

2 days to go…

…until our monthly (free) Tech Meeting which is on Thursday 5th April 2012, served as always with ice cold beer & pizza. On the program this month are the following sessions:

– Apache HTTP: Even if this project doesn’t need an introduction anymore; to celebrate its 17th birthday (and the recently released version 2.4), we would like to invite you to a presentation of the Apache HTTP server and some of the most used modules.

– Insight into Clojure, including syntax & data structures, a common interface to rule them all: sequences, code as data for a programmable programming language (macros) and much more.

Sign up here.

ElasticSearch at GOTO night

elastic search logoOn April 19th Orange11 & Trifork will host yet another GOTO night at Pakhuis de Zwijger. Our last event was a great success and attracted over 60 attendees and the feedback was very positive.

This time we hope for just as much interest especially seen as we are lucky to line up Shay Banon founder of ElasticSearch, who will host a full hands on session, no slides, driven by real life usage of ElasticSearch.

Our second speaker will be announced later this week. There are limited spaces so make sure you register your interest.

Sign up now!

Training session at Berlin Buzzwords

bbuzzwords_logo_social_witheardate(1).pngBerlin Buzzwords is the event that focuses on scalable search, data-analysis in the cloud and NoSQL-databases. With more than 30 talks and presentations of international speakers specific to the three tags “search”, “store” and “scale” this year registrations are storming in.

Once again this year we will offer training opportunities the two days following the event (6th & 7th June). On popular demand we will host a special Lucene & Solr training in a location very close to Urania in Berlin.

For all Berlin Buzzwords delegates we offer a EUR 300 discount so for more information & registration check out our website now. Discount code berlinbuzzwordsvip.

GOTO discount for Orange11 blog readers

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The GOTO event this year is promised to be even bigger & better, the new location of the Beurs van Berlage (Stock Exchange) is a highlight in itself. As for the top-notch speakers they include some well-known names in the industry including Simon Brown the founder of Coding the Architecture and Greg Young co-founder and CTO of IMIS, a stock market analytics firm in Vancouver BC.

Readers that sign up now can enjoy a further EUR 75 discount off the conference price. Use the discount code orange11vip when signing up.

Also don’t forget the price goes up every day, but you can freeze the price the moment at which you show your interest.

Special training session prior to GOTO Amsterdam

The same Lucene & Solr training we offer above in Berlin will also be available in Amsterdam prior to GOTO Amsterdam. GOTO delegates can also enjoy a EUR 300 discount so for more information & registration check out our website now. Discount code gotovip.

This is a PUBLIC TRAINING so also open to non-GOTO attendees as well.

Click here for more information.

Don’t miss out on our Spring special offer

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We mentioned last month that we have launched a special offer for onsite Solr & Lucene training. The Spring Sale offers 25% off a 2-day training offered by our own active and leading Lucene & Solr committers and contributors. The training covers firstly how the Apache Lucene engine operates and thereafter introduces Solr in detail. It also includes advance search functionalities, data indexing and last but not least performance tuning and scalability.

It’s already proved to be very popular, but remember the offer is limited to the month of April so make sure you sign up now via our website.

Interesting reads…

So if you have any time left over after all the events, our earlier blogs here have also proved a popular read, they covered:

Using the spring-data project and the mongodb adapter specifically

Vaadin portlets with add-ons in Liferay

Spring Insight

So that ‘s all for now folks, more in the month of May.

March newsletter

March 14th, 2012 by
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This month our newsletter is packed full of news and event highlights so happy reading…

Spring Special offer

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The sun is shining and spring is the air, and for that very reason we have launched a special offer for onsite Solr & Lucene training. Our Spring Sale offers 25% off a 2-day training offered by our own active and leading Lucene & Solr committers and contributors. The training covers firstly how the Apache Lucene engine operates and thereafter introduces Solr in detail. It also covers advance search functionalities, data indexing and last but not least performance tuning and scalability. For more information, terms & registration visit our website.

Digital assessments using the QTI delivery engine

Perhaps you read in one of our recent blog entries that we are innovating the world of digital assessments. For many working in digital assessments / examinations, the QTI standard may not be a new phenomenon; it’s been around for a while. The interesting part is how it can be used. Orange11 is currently implementing a QTI assessment delivery engine that is opening new possibilities in digital examinations, assessments, publishing & many more areas. We’re currently busy preparing an interesting demo that will be available online in the coming weeks. However, in the meantime if you want to know more about the standard and technology and how we have implemented it, just drop us a note with your contact details and we can set up a meeting or send you more information.

GOTO Amsterdam

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Come on sign up. We’re already very excited and are busy preparing for the event and we anticipate that this year is going to be even bigger & better than last year. The new location of the Beurs van Berlage (Stock Exchange) building is an highlight in itself. As for the top-notch speakers they include some well-known names in the industry including Trisha Gee from LMAX & Peter Hilton from Lunatech. Our keynotes sessions also look very promising and include sessions by John-Henry Harris, from LEGO and Peter-Paul Koch covering The Future of the Mobile Web.

Registration is open and prices go up every day so don’t miss out and sign up now.

Our Apache Whirr wizard

Frank Scholten, one of our Java developers has been voted in as a committer on Apache Whirr. Whirr is a Java library for quickly setting up services in the cloud. For example, using Whirr you can start a Hadoop cluster on Amazon EC2 in 5 minutes via the whirr command-line tool or its Java API. Whirr can also be used in combination with Puppet to automatically install and configure servers.

Frank has been active in using Apache Whirr and has also contributed his insights to the community site SearchWorkings.org where he has most recently written the blog Mahout support in Whirr. We are proud of his contributions and if you have any specific Apache Whirr question let us know.

Tech meeting 5th April (Amsterdam)

This month:

– Apache HTTP: Even if this project doesn’t need an introduction anymore; to celebrate its 17th birthday (and the recently released version 2.4), we would like to invite you to a presentation of the Apache HTTP server and some of the most used modules.

– Insight into Clojure, including syntax & data structures, a common interface to rule them all: sequences, code as data for a programmable programming language (macros) and much more.

Sign up now!
Don’t worry for those not in & around Amsterdam slides available thereafter via our website.

Join our search specialists at…

bbuzzwords_logo_social_witheardate(1).pngBerlin Buzzwords. The event that focuses on scalable search, data-analysis in the cloud and NoSQL-databases. Berlin Buzzwords presents more than 30 talks and presentations of international speakers specific to the three tags “search”, “store” and “scale”. The early bird tickets are available until 20th March, so sign up now to benefit from the special discounted prices. Our own search search specialists together with many of the contributors from the community site SearchWorkings will be present.

So that ‘s all for now folks, hope you have enjoyed the update.

January Newsletter

January 25th, 2012 by
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Once again, the festive season is behind us and we all start the year as always with a bunch of new years resolutions. At Dutchworks we have made a few of our own too and we’re totally committed to achieving them. Our goals are to:

  1. Recruit the top talent in the industry and engage them with colleagues, customers & projects they can be proud of
  2. Achieve maximum project delivery reliability by striving for top quality & a rock solid delivery process
  3. Explore our key business domains (even more) and gain maximum exposure and experience in these markets.

Watch this space, as we’ll keep you posted on how we are getting on as the year progresses.

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