Let's have some fun with ChatBots!

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Do you understand the user interface of every website and every application? I don’t! Do you understand how to use a chat application like WhatsApp, Telegram, Threema, Signal, Facebook Messenger, etc? I do! If everyone knows how to chat, what if we provide our business services using a ChatBot as a user interface? I created a talk about this very interesting topic where I show how easy it is to create a chat bot from scratch. Sounds interesting? Please read the complete abstract here.

Have fun

Java Forum Stuttgart 2017

I'm a Speaker at Java Forum Stuttgart 2017

Looks like this year will become a really great one! My fifth conference in 2017 so far is the Java Forum Stuttgart, where I will talk about Go for the Money! JSR-354. Déjà vu? Definitely! I had the same talk at the same conference last year. Not crazy enough? Okay, it was the same room, too! The complete program is available online.

Enjoy the conference (again)

JBCNConf 2017

geecon Kraków 2017

I'm a Speaker at geecon Kraków 2017

Wow, this will be my first time at geecon Kraków! This conference is not only about Java, it is about the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and organized by the very active community of Kraków. It spans three whole days (May 17th to 19th 2017) in the cool location of a cinema complex, which is really great because they have huge, sharp screens and nice seats. I’m very happy that my talk about Web Components Introduction was selected by the organizers. It will take place on the last conference day, May 19th 2017, at 9am in room 11. The complete program is available online.

Will you be there?

Web Components with Polymer

Java Pro magazine

A few weeks ago a new magazine was born: Java Pro

I’m very proud that the chief editor asked me to write an article for the very first issue of his magazine. At the same time I was working on my talk about Web Components for the JavaLand conference, so I decided to choose the same topic for this article and to write a tutorial.

This tutorial about Web Components and Google Polymer is now available for the public on the Java Pro website 🇩🇪.

If you have any questions about this tutorial, please feel free to ask me!