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Talks

Here is a list with links to of some of the video recordings from my talks throughout the years. Slides for some of these talks can be found on my slideshare page and speakerdeck page. A full list of all the conference talks that I given can be found at the end of this page.

2019

  • KubeCon—Towards Stateful Serverless
  • Lightbend Webinar—Designing Events-First Microservices For A Cloud Native World

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

  • Strange Loop—Scaling Software with Akka
  • Scala Days—Going Reactive: Scalable, Highly Concurrent & Fault-Tolerant Systems
  • Devoxx—Going Reactive: Event-Driven, Scalable & Resilient Systems
  • BuildStuff—Going Reactive: Event-Driven, Scalable, Resilient & Responsive Systems
  • Jfokus—Building Scalable, Highly Concurrent and Fault-Tolerant Systems: Lessons Learned
  • Scala Exchange: Keynote—The Road to Akka Cluster, and Beyond…
  • NY Scala UG—Introducing Akka
  • Scala Matsuri—Up up and Out: Scaling Software with Akka
  • JavaZone—Going Reactive: Event-Driven, Scalable & Resilient Systems
  • GOTO—Up And Out Scaling Software With Akka

2012

  • JavaZone—Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  • Devoxx—Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka
  • Scala Days—Akka 2: Distributed by Design
  • Tech Mesh—Up up and Out: Scaling Software with Akka

2011

  • What’s Next—Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  • Devoxx—Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  • JavaZone—Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  • JavaZone—Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  • Erlang Factory—Above the Clouds: Introducing Cloudy Akka
  • Philly ETE—Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka (with Garrick Evans from Autodesk)
  • Reaktor Dev Day—Scaling up and out with Scala and Akka

2010

  • Scala Lift Off—Akka: Simpler Concurrency, Scalability & Fault-Tolerance through Actors
  • Skills Matter—Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  • Northeast Scala Symposium—Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  • Scala Days—Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  • LinkedIn Tech Talk—Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  • JAX—Exploring alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  • Kraków JUG—Akka, Let It Crash (first public Akka talk)

2009

  • QCon—Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  • Øredev—A comparative study of scalable and HA products
  • Øredev—Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  • JavaZone—State, You’re Doing It Wrong: Exploring Alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  • JavaZone—Pragmatic Real-World Scala

Complete List of Conference Talks

  1. KubeCon—Barcelona, Spain (May 2019)
    Towards Stateful Serverless
  2. QCon—London, UK (March 2019)
    Track Host: Operationalizing Microservices
  3. Øredev—Malmö, Sweden (Nov 2018)
    Designing Events-first Microservices
  4. QCon—NYC, US (June 2018)
    Designing Events-first Microservices
  5. J On The Beach—Malaga, Spain (May 2018)
    Designing Events-first Microservices
  6. MicroCPH—Copenhagen, Denmark (May 2018)
    Designing Events-first Microservices
  7. QCon—London, UK (Mar 2018)
    How Events Are Reshaping Modern Systems
  8. ACM Learning—Streamed Online (Dec 2017)
    Reactive Microsystems: The Evolution of Microservices at Scale
  9. Devoxx—Antwerp, Belgium (Nov 2017)
    How Events Are Reshaping Modern Systems
  10. Reactive Summit—Austin, US (Oct 2017)
    Keynote: How Events Are Reshaping Modern Systems
  11. GOTO—Copenhagen, Denmark (Oct 2017)
    Reactive Microsystems: The Evolution Of Microservices At Scale
  12. Erlang User Conference—Stockholm, Sweden (June 2017)
    Without Resilience, Nothing Else Matters
  13. QCon—London, UK (March 2017)
    From Microliths To Microsystems
  14. Jfokus—Stockholm, Sweden (Feb 2017)
    Keynote: From Microliths To Microsystems
  15. SkillsMatter—London, UK (Nov 2016)
    On Reactive Microservices
  16. O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference—London, UK (Oct 2016)
    bla bla microservices bla bla: director's cut
  17. Reactive Summit—Austin, US (Oct 2016)
    Keynote: bla bla microservices bla bla: director's cut
  18. O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference—New York, US (April 2016)
    Keynote: bla bla microservices bla bla
  19. Voxxed—Zurich, Switzerland (March 2016)
    Keynote: Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  20. Scala Matsuri—Tokyo, Japan (Jan 2016)
    The Sadness at the End of the Happy Path
  21. Scala Exchange—London, UK (Dec 2015)
    Keynote: Without Resilience, Nothing Else Matters
  22. DevTernity—Riga, Latvia (Dec 2015)
    Keynote: Without Resilience, Nothing Else Matters
  23. Devoxx—Antwerp, Belgium (Nov 2015)
    Without Resilience, Nothing Else Matters
  24. GOTO—Copenhagen, Denmark (Oct 2015)
    Without Resilience, Nothing Else Matters
  25. Reactive User Group—San Francisco, US (Aug 2015)
    Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  26. Scala by the Bay—Oakland, US (Aug 2015)
    Keynote: The Sadness at the End of the Happy Path
  27. Scala Days—Amsterdam, Netherlands (June 2015)
    Keynote: Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  28. GeeCON—Krakow, Poland (May 2015)
    Keynote: Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  29. Scala Days—San Francisco, US (March 2015)
    Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  30. React Conf—San Francisco, US (November 2014)
    Life Beyond the Illusion of Present
  31. NY Scala—New York, US (November 2014)
    Reactive Supply to Changing Demand: Building Elastic Reactive Systems
  32. London Scala User Group at SkillsMatter—London, UK (October 2014)
    Go Reactive: Building Responsive, Resilient, Elastic and Message-Driven Systems
  33. SICS Cloud and Big Data Day—Stockholm, Sweden (September 2014)
    Building Reactive Systems with Akka
  34. Strange Loop—St. Louis, US (September 2014)
    The Road to Akka Cluster and Beyond
  35. SF Scala—San Francisco, US (September 2014)
    The Road to Akka Cluster and Beyond
  36. Scala Downunder—Auckland, New Zealand (September 2014)
    Keynote: A 5 year retrospective and the future of distributed computing
  37. Scala Workshop at ECOOP—Uppsala, Sweden (July 2014)
    Invited Talk — Resilient Applications with Akka Persistence
  38. Speakerconf—Barcelona, Spain (May 2014)
    Untitled
  39. Barcelona Scala User Group—Barcelona, Spain (May 2014)
    Go Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable, Resilient and Responsive Systems
  40. Craft Conference—Budapest, Hungary (April 2014)
    Go Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable, Resilient and Responsive Systems
  41. CodeMotion—Rome, Italy (April 2014)
    Building Reactive apps with Akka and Java 8
  42. React Conf—London, UK (April 2014)
    Reactive Supply to Changing Demand (Scalable Trait in the Reactive Manifesto)
  43. NY Scala—New York, US (March 2014)
    Building Reactive Systems with Akka
  44. EcliseCon—San Francisco, US (March 2014)
    Go Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable, Resilient and Responsive Systems
  45. SF Scala—San Francisco, US (March 2014)
    Building Reactive Systems with Akka
  46. Build Stuff—Vilnius, Lithuania (December 2013)
    Going Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable, Resilient and Responsive Systems
  47. Codemesh—London, Great Britain (December 2013)
    Keynote: Going Reactive, New and Old ideas for your 21st century architectures
  48. Scala Exchange—London, Great Britain (December 2013)
    Keynote: The Road to Akka Cluster and Beyond
  49. Devoxx—Antwerp, Belgium (November 2013)
    Going Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable, Resilient and Responsive Systems
  50. JavaZone—Oslo, Norway (September 2013)
    Going Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable and Resilient Systems
  51. Scala Days—New York, US (June 2013)
    Going Reactive: Event-driven, Scalable and Resilient Systems
  52. Scala JP (Matsuri)—Tokyo, Japan (March 2013)
    Keynote — Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka
  53. Jfokus—Stockholm, Sweden (February 2013)
    Building Scalable, Highly Concurrent and Fault-Tolerant Systems: Lessons Learned
  54. Tech Mesh—London, UK (November 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka
  55. Devoxx—Antwerp, Belgium (November 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka
  56. GOTO—Aarhus, Denmark (October 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  57. Strange Loop—St: Louis, US (September 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  58. JavaZone—Oslo, Norway (September 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  59. OSCON—Portland, US (July 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  60. Jazoon—Zurich, Switzerland (June 2012)
    Keynote — Building Scalable, Highly Concurrent and Fault-Tolerant Systems: Lessons Learned
  61. Erlang User Conference—Stockholm, Sweden (May 2012)
    Up up and Out: Scaling software with Akka 2
  62. Scala Days—London, UK (April 2012)
    Akka 2: Distributed by Design
  63. Jfokus—Stockholm, Sweden (February 2012)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  64. Devoxx—Antwerp, Belgium (November 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  65. ScanDev on tour—Stockholm, Sweden (October 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  66. GOTO—Amsterdam, Netherlands (September 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  67. JavaZone—Oslo, Norway (September 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  68. Reaktor—Helsinki, Finland (September 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  69. Erlang Factory—London, UK (June 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  70. Scala Days 2011—Stanford, US (June 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  71. What's Next?—Paris, France (May 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  72. GOTO—Copenhagen, Denmark (May 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  73. Emerging Technologies—Philadelphia, US (April 2011)
    Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka
  74. Functional Progamming eXchange—London, UK (March 2011)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  75. NE Scala—New York, US (February 2011)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  76. JFokus—Stockholm, Sweden (February 2011)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  77. Geneva JUG (January 2011)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  78. Oredev—Malmo, Sweden (November 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  79. ScalaLiftOff—London, UK (October 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  80. JAOO—Aarhus, Denmark (October 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  81. Scala Lift Off—San Francisco, US (Sept 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  82. JavaOne—San Francisco, US (September 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  83. JAOO Geek Nights—Copenhagen, Denmark (August 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  84. JAOO Geek Nights—Aarhus, Denmark (August 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  85. OSCON—Portland, US (July 2010)
    Let it crash: using Actors for fault-tolerance, scalability and concurrency
  86. GeeCon—Poznan, Poland (May 2010)
    Let it crash: using Actors for fault-tolerance, scalability and concurrency
  87. JAX 2010—Mainz, Germany (May 2010)
    Let it crash: using Actors for fault-tolerance, scalability and concurrency
  88. JAX 2010—Mainz, Germany (May 2010)
    State, You’re Doing It Wrong: Exploring Alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  89. Scala Days—Lausanne, Switzerland (April 2010)
    Akka: Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors
  90. Scandinavian Developer Conference 2010—Gothenburg, Sweden (March 2010)
    Let it crash: using Actors for fault-tolerance, scalability and concurrency
  91. Kraków JUG, Poland (March 2010)
    Akka, Let It Crash
  92. Oredev—Malmo, Sweden (November 2009)
    Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  93. Oredev—Malmo, Sweden (November 2009)
    A comparative study of scalable and HA products, based on real projects
  94. JavaZone—Oslo, Norway (Sept 2009)
    Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  95. JavaZone—Oslo, Norway (September 2009)
    State, You’re Doing It Wrong: Exploring Alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  96. JavaOne—San Franscisco, US (June 2009)
    State, You’re Doing It Wrong: Exploring Alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  97. Scandinavian Developer Conference—Gothenburg, Sweden (March 2009)
    State, You’re Doing It Wrong: Exploring Alternative Concurrency Paradigms on the JVM
  98. QCon London—London, Great Britain (March 2009)
    Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  99. JFokus—Stockholm, Sweden (January 2009)
    Pragmatic Real-World Scala
  100. Cologne JUG—Cologne, Germany (May 2008)
    Exploring Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering through Network-Attached Memory
  101. Ukraine JUG—Kiev, Ukraine (January 2008)
    Exploring Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering through Network-Attached Memory
  102. Wicket Meetup—Amsterdam, Belgium (November 2007)
    Exploring Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering through Network-Attached Memory
  103. Oredev—Malmo, Sweden (November 2007)
    Exploring Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering through Network-Attached Memory
  104. Java Developer Day—Krakow, Poland (October 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  105. Krakow JUG—Krakow, Poland (October 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  106. Java Hellenic User Group Conference—Athens, Greece (October 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  107. JAOO—Aarhus, Denmark (September 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  108. Sweden Spring User Group—Malmo, Sweden (September 2007)
    Scale Out Your Spring Applications Using JVM-level Clustering
  109. JavaZone—Olso, Norway (September 2007)
    POJO Scalability and Large Workloads with Open Terracotta
  110. Dusseldorf JUG—Dusseldorf, Germany (September 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  111. TheServerSide Java Symposium—Barcelona, Spain (June 2007)
    POJO Scalability and Large Workloads with Terracotta
  112. J-Spring NLJUG—Amsterdam, Netherlands (June 2007)
    Stateful Applications In a Stateless World
  113. Dansk IT Java Kompetence Netværk—Copenhagen, Denmark (June 2007)
    Terracotta: Open Source JVM-level Clustering
  114. ExpertZone Developer Summit—Stockholm, Sweden (May 2007)
    How To Write Stateful Web Applications That Scale Like Stateless Ones
  115. TheServerSide Java Symposium—Las Vegas, US (March 2007)
    POJO Scalability and Large Workloads with Open Terracotta
  116. AOSD—Vancouver, Canada (March 2007)
    Clustering the Java Virtual Machine using Aspect-Oriented Programming
  117. Czech JUG—Prague—Czech Republic (February 2007)
    How To Write Stateful Web Applications That Scale Like Stateless Ones
  118. JFokus, Stockholm—Sweden (January 2007)
    Using AOP to Cluster the JVM
  119. JUG Milano, Milano—Italy (January 2007)
    Distributed Computing Made Easy: How To Build a POJO-based Data Grid
  120. JUG Torino, Torino—Italy (January 2007)
    How To Write Stateful Web Applications That Scale Like Stateless Ones
  121. The Spring Experience, Hollywood/Florida—US (December 2006)
    Rapid Fire Session—Terracotta for Spring
  122. Javagruppen, Copenhagen—Denmark (November 2006)
    Terracotta for Spring: How to build stateful, scalable, and highly-available web applications
  123. Oredev, Malmo—Sweden (November 2006)
    Distributed Computing Made Easy: How To Build a POJO-based Data Grid
  124. JUG Belgrade, Belgrade—Serbia (November 2006)
    Terracotta for Spring
    Distributed Computing Made Easy: How To Build a POJO-based Data Grid
  125. JUG Novi Sad, Novi Sad—Serbia (November 2006)
    Terracotta for Spring: How to build stateful, scalable, and highly-available web applications
  126. Spring Forward, Philadelphia—US (September 2006)
    Transparently Clustered Spring
  127. SpringOne, Antwerp—Belgium (June 2006)
    Transparently Clustered Spring
  128. TheServerSide Java Symposium Europe 2006, Barcelona—Spain (June 2006)
    Transparently Clustered Spring
  129. JavaOne, San Francisco—US (May 2006)
    Transparently Clustered Spring — A Runtime Solution for Java™ Technology
  130. JavaPolis, Antwerp—Belgium (December 2005)
    Time To Throw Out Your Distributed HashMap?
  131. JavaPolis, Antwerp—Belgium (December 2005)
    Transparently Clustered Spring
  132. The Spring Experience, Miami—US (December 2005)
    Transparently Clustered Spring
  133. JavaOne Japan, Tokyo—Japan (November 2005)
    Using AOP Techniques to Inject Enterprise Quality of Services into Applications Transparently at Runtime (Technical Session)
  134. JavaOne Japan, Tokyo—Japan (November 2005)
    Importance of Preserving Object Identity in a Cluster (BOF)
  135. Oredev, Malmo—Sweden (October 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  136. Java Pro Live!, San Diego—US (September 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  137. BEA dev2dev Tech Days, Tokyo—Japan (August 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  138. BEA dev2dev Tech Days, Osaka—Japan (August 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  139. JavaOne, San Francisco—US (June 2005)
    Runtime Aspects With JVM Support (Technical Session)
  140. Nordev, Stockholm Sweden (May 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  141. Architect Summit, New York—US (April 2005)
    AOP-Driven Services: Achieve Modularity and Reusability on the J2EE Platform
  142. AOSD, Chicago—US (March 2005)
    What’s new in AspectJ 5
  143. AOSD, Chicago—US (March 2005)
    AspectWerkz 2 and the road to AspectJ 5
  144. AOSD, Chicago—US (March 2005)
    Industry adoption for AOP—Expert panel discussion
  145. JAOO, Aarhus—Denmark (September 2004)
    Annotation-driven AOP
  146. JavaOne, San Francisco—US (June 2004)
    Internals of AspectWerkz (BOF)
  147. JavaOne, San Francisco—US (June 2004)
    Dynamic Aspect Oriented Programming with AspectWerkz
    (Technical Session, +1200 attendees)
  148. eWorld, San Francisco—US (May 2004)
    Dynamic AOP: SOA for the application
  149. AOSD, Lancaster—UK (March 2004)
    Developing with AspectWerkz—half day tutorial
  150. AOSD, Lancaster—UK (March 2004)
    What are the key isseus for commercial AOP use—and how does AspectWerkz address them?
    Invited Industry Talk (one out of 2 invited talks)
  151. AOSD, Lancaster—UK (March 2004)
    Expert panel discussion—Industry adoption for AOP
  152. JavaPolis, Antwerp—Belgium (December 2003)
    Introduction to AspectWerkz
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