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Olger Warnier, Builds Technology for Startups

Olger Warnier

Biography: Olger Warnier

During his study, Olger managed mainframes and created software with visual basic. His professional career started at Planet Internet in '94 building software and systems for this newly founded internet provider. Thereafter many startups followed where his role was always a mix of technology, functionality and process.
Currently he works with The New Motion and started GiffDiff and focuses on async services, event sourcing, DDD and browser based applications.

Twitter: @owarnier
GitHub: olger

Presentation: 3 SHORT TALKS: There's an App for that!

Track: There's an App for that! / Time: Thursday 10:20 - 11:10 / Location: Glazen Zaal

Getting it Booking right – Using Data to make Decisions / 10:20 - 10:35 is one of the most widely recognized brands for online accommodation, with growth of the apps to over 20m downloads. The decision-making approach here is rooted in utilising data to help answer key questions faced during development. Which changes result in the greatest improvement? Is the current direction of development correct? Are the changes actually benefiting the users of the application? Learn why depending on real data instead of intuition can help improve development toward getting it right.

by Iaroslav Khramov

Building the Largest Network of Charge Points for Electric Cars with Scala & Akka / 10:40 - 10:55

In 2009, "The New Motion" started a movement that allowed people to travel with renewable energy. Today we have the largest European network of charge points for electric cars. With a team of 15 people we built our own infrastructure for connected devices. At the moment, approx. 15000 charge points are connected to our own back office, mostly via the mobile network.

In this talk, I will show you how we built our back office based on Scala and Akka. I also showcase how the charge points are connected, how we handle the async, long-lived connections and which data is gathered.

by Olger Wanier

Innovating at ING Mobile / 11:00 - 11:15

In this short and informative session, we will give you a sneak peak into the top banking app of the Netherlands; we will talk about contact less payments, along with other innovative solutions, within the ING Mobile banking app. We will also demonstrate, in brief, the testing setup (based on UIAutomation) that we created to test our applications on multiple devices simultaneously.

by Pim Stolk & Rajdeep Mann