It was my first experience at a really really huge conference, and there were so many tracks and so many different talks that I wasn’t able to see everything of course. I did see a lot of nice talks, met a lot of nice people, and learned a lot of new things. :)
‘The Truth about “you build it, you run it”’ from Uwe Friedrichsen
‘Data Architecture - Not just for Microservices’ from Eberhard Wolff
‘Microservices <3 Domain Driven Design’ from Michael Plöd
‘Skalierbare Infrastruktur ohne Server’ from Sascha Möllering and Steffen Grunwald
‘Spring 5: Themes & Trends’ from Stéphane Nicoll
‘Sneak Peek on Spring Data Kay’ from Christoph Strobl
‘GRPC: High Performance Open-Source Universal RPC Framework’ from Mete Atamel
‘arc42: Dokumentation am (Riesen-)Beispiel’ from Ralph Müller and Gernot Starke
I borrowed a Microsoft Surface Tablet, and this was my very first digital sketchnote!
‘Schlimmer geht Immer: Eine Auswahl an Top-Hacks der letzten Monate’ from Christian Schneider
I absolutely loved this talk!!! This was more notetaking and less sketchnoting since I wanted to write down absolutely everything… But there might be a video recording of the talk, and if so (and if you speak German), you should definitely check that out!
‘Security & Single-Sign-On for Web APIs’ from Niko Köbler
I thought this was a really good intro to authentication and authorization and OpenID Connect!
‘Schliemanns Erben: Systemlandschaften wirkungsvoll (nach-)dokumentieren’ from Stéphane Nicoll
‘Der normale Wahnsinn eines (gar nicht so) hypothetischen Systems’ from Gernot Starke
Attribution is important! I have noted the name and twitter handle (where possible) of all of the speakers in the sketchnotes. If you find the sketchnote interesting, check out the speaker to see what other interesting things they have done! The JAX conference might also have a video of the conference.