Speaker

Martin Walter, DWX 2013 in NurembergI'm a speaker on various conferences. It's always a great thing to get in touch with other developers, architects and project managers in a nice atmosphere. You can see the current timetable and past highlights, where I was (or will be) present as a speaker to give a talk. If you have any questions regarding a talk, please use the contact form to send me a message.

Upcoming conferences

The DWX 2017 in Nuremberg:

My talk: Continuous Delivery out in the field
Continuous Delivery is not yet part of every company's development strategy. This session is meant to connect theory wit practical experiences. Pipeline-as-Code, shared Groovy libraries, multi-branch pipelines, automated integration tests with docker and more.
Link to the conference page

Past conferences

That was the DWX 2016 in Nuremberg:

My talk: Just once working with pro's
Just once working with professionals - that means working with people who deliver the right things and state exactly what they need. Do they exist? Can they even exist?

That was the JAX 2016 in Mainz:

My talk: Just once working with pro's
Just once working with professionals - that means working with people who deliver the right things and state exactly what they need. Do they exist? Can they even exist?

That was the W-JAX 2015 in Munich:

My talk: Creating and documenting REST architectures
The talk presents various methods and frameworks for generating REST interface documentation and shows the possibilities one has at this point to automate documentation and testable interfaces.

That was the Developer Week 2015 in Nuremberg:

My talk: Creating and documenting REST architectures
The talk presents various methods and frameworks for generating REST interface documentation and shows the possibilities one has at this point to automate documentation and testable interfaces.

That was the Developer Week 2014 in Nuremberg:

My talk: Visualising data
A process for data visualisation is introduced and colourfully demonstrated with many examples to show how easy and fast one can create appealing visualisations.

That was the Web Developer Conference 2013 in Hamburg:

My talk: Responsive Design made easy (Part II)
Based on the presentation at the DWX, more practical and useful tips are incorporated into this talk and once more it becomes clear, how powerful CSS preprocessing really is.

That was the Developer Week 2013 in Nuremberg:

My talk: Responsive Design made easy
The troublesome times in which one had to write pure CSS are gone. Thanks to CSS preprocessing, we can now use variables, loops, true inheritance and more programming language concepts with CSS. The talk shows extended basics and techniques.