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Kotlin – just another programming language?

Recently, I attended the Kotlin programming language conference, aptly named KotlinConf, to learn about the latest developments in the language. Naturally, my first idea for this blog was to list the top takeaways of the talks I attended. However, I thought it could be more useful for those who aren’t familiar with Kotlin yet to […]

5 Proven AI use cases for manufacturers

In every sector we see how technology helps some and disturbs other businesses. Market leaders that have been leading for a while get disturbed by new businesses that enter the market which utilize the possibilities of technology better and smarter.Read in this article what the possibilities with Artificial Intelligence are for your manufacturing business.  Industry […]

Modern Manufacturing

There is a lot of potential for gaining a market advantage by utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) in manufacturing. In this article we would like to give you an insight into modern manufacturing. Industry 4.0 | The Internet of Things (IoT) connects machines and systems through wired and wireless networks. Sensor data can be collected and analysed, […]

Innovation across Silos

There I was, walking with my cannister with 5 liters of gasoline alongside the Zuidas in Amsterdam. The warmest day of the last 50 years, dressed in a black suit. Friendly folks in Tesla’s waving and smiling at me. Temperature close to 40 degrees Celsius, 104 F. Absolutely soaking wet, ruining a still perfectly good […]

Parallel Short-Circuiting With Reactive Programming

Dealing with asynchronous and parallel validation There are scenarios in Reactive Programming when the outcome of a code block is depends on several separate independent expressions (jobs). If any of them goes wrong (or right depending on the problem), you can already decide about final result and you don’t need to wait for the outcome […]

Verifying Coding Standards Using Static Code Analysis Techniques

In a previous blog we described how we used JUnit and Reflection to verify correct implementation of coding standards addressing Axon Upcaster consistency. We concluded that, although possible, it felt a bit like a hack because we had to change modifiers of Java variables defined as “private static final” resulting in Java security manager warnings. […]