Finally, I had the opportunity to dig into my existing material about data-driven software analysis and created a workshop with two days full of content and exercises. Join me if you want to learn how you can use tools and techniques from data science and graph analysis to analyze your specific challenges in software development in a data-driven way!
Goodbye software developer, hello consultant!
2018 isn’t over yet, but especially the last six months have been an intense time for me so far. With presentations at some major conferences, traveling around to talk at several meetups and organizing some workshops as well as coding some software analyses and helping out some developers, I have to say…
Busy November 2017
You probably noticed that I haven’t published some new content on this blog in November. This has some pleasant reasons that I like to share with you in this post: Talks, Talks, Talks, Talks I did four talks at
What am I doing here?
Maybe you’re reading my blog for some time. Maybe you just came over for the
first visit to my blog. You might be browsing through some content. And there it
comes, the inevitable question: “What is this guy doing here?”…
Talked! “Philosophy screws it all up!” at Java Forum Stuttgart 2017
I gave a talk at Java Forum Stuttgart 2017 on July 5th 2017. I was a little bit nervous because it was my first Pecha Kucha talk and a very tricky topic at the same time: Epistemology and its influence