J-Fall 2015

Java conference organized by the Dutch Java User Group (NLJUG).

5 November 2015

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J-Fall is the biggest Java conference in the Netherlands with 1,500 attendees. J-Fall is an event, exclusive for members of the NLJUG (Dutch Java User Group).

49 speakers

  • Carlo Sciolla @skuro
  • Erik Brakkee Erik works since 2011 for Axxerion as a Software Architect
  • Peter van den Berkmortel Peter works since 2008 for Axxerion as a Software Architect
  • Gerrit Grunwald @hansolo_
  • Jeroen Borgers Jeroen is the principal consultant at jPinpoint and director at Profactive
  • Gerard van der Pol Gerard van der Pol is developer consultant bij Microsoft
  • Remko de Jong Remko de Jong is an IT enthusiast since (or despite) he met with GW-BASIC when in primary school.
  • Hedzer Westra

42 sessions

42 sessions presented by 49 speakers


Netherlands Netherlands / Ede

Laan der Verenigde Naties 150, Ede, 6716 JE

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44 known attendees

  • Aparna Chaudhary
  • Ramon Wieleman
  • Michel Schudel
  • Jasha
  • Ruurtjan Pul
  • Richard Kettelerij
  • Rody Middelkoop
  • Kike
  • Marc Evers
  • westghost
  • Willem van den Ende
  • Bert Breeman
  • wilco koorn
  • Roy Wasse
  • Debarshi Basak
  • Henk Kolk
  • Bert Ertman
  • Carlo Sciolla
  • Gerrit Grunwald
  • Arun Gupta
  • Johan Janssen
  • Bert Gritter
  • Geertjan Wielenga
  • Wouter Danes
  • Jamie Craane
  • Sharat
  • Remko Reinders
  • Ray Tsang
  • kuba marchwicki
  • Jettro Coenradie
  • Tim van Eijndhoven
  • Erik Hooijmeijer
  • Joris Kuipers
  • Bas Geerdink
  • Natalino Busa
  • Alexander Schwartz
  • JavaFXpert
  • Hubert Klein Ikkink
  • Nigel Harniman
  • Rob Brinkman

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