Oh yes, the one-and-only Java Pub Quiz is back!
Test your knowledge about the programming language we all love: Java!
With fun and interesting questions presented in a fast-paced pub quiz style which cover a wide range of Java related subjects. Bring a friend or just join up.
We've got beer for everyone and prizes for the winning team. It will be huge fun! Maximum number of participants: 100 people, first-come first-served. We'll make teams on the spot.
Three years in a row the Java Pub Quiz at Devoxx was a great success (last year we received a rating with score of 4.9 out of 5)! In this quiz it’s all about having fun and digging in your brain to find where you stored the most obscure Java knowledge you have. We'll present around thirty questions in quick succession and allow teams to submit answers and compete for a funny prize. As this is a pub quiz, we will make the quiz interesting by having different types of question rounds (e.g. guess the framework, picture rounds, debug this code, etc).
We'll also provide complementary beers and play music to bring attendees the real pub experience.
Scheduled on Thursday from 12:45 to 13:45 (Europe/Brussels) in BOF 1
Ramon Wieleman is the founder of Code Nomads and board member of the AmsterdamJUG. In his chaotic life, he is always looking for new shortcuts and life hacks to structurize his work and private life to be more productive. He read a lot of books about this topic and experimented a lot with time management systems, writing notes, calendar apps and redesigning his workplace. Ramon has been engaged with the Dutch Java community since 2013, while working as a community manager for the NLJUG in the past and being a board member for the AmsterdamJUG since 2018.
Vasco Veloso is a Software Developer / Architect at Code Nomads in Amsterdam. He brings teams together to produce well-crafted software. He enjoys sharing knowledge by teaching and learning. On top of that, he likes to design software and things. In his spare time, he’s discovering the city of Amsterdam, loves photography and is very much interested in the aviation industry.
Bert Jan is CTO at OpenValue in the Netherlands and focuses on Java, Continuous Delivery and DevOps. Bert Jan is a Java Champion, JavaOne Rock Star speaker, Duke's Choice Award winner and leads NLJUG, the Dutch Java User Group. He loves to share his experience by speaking at conferences, writing for the Dutch Java magazine and helping out Devoxx4Kids with teaching kids how to code. Bert Jan is easily reachable on Twitter at @bjschrijver.
Suyash Patil(@patsuyash) is a software developer at Code Nomads and he fulfills the role of Java Developer @ Rabobank. His focus is on Java, Spring ecosystem and loves Kotlin. He believes software development is art done scientifically. He loves Chess and enjoys every bit of it (even losing :)).
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