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Jonas Bandi
Works at CompuGroup Medical
Attended ETH Zurich
Lives in Bern, Switzerland
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Software Architect
Employment
  • CompuGroup Medical
    2012 - present
  • TechTalk Software AG
    2009 - 2012
  • Zühlke Engineering
    2008 - 2009
  • Mathys & Scheitlin AG
    2006 - 2007
  • Supercomputing Systems AG
    2002 - 2006
  • media-streams.com
    2001 - 2002
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Bern, Switzerland
Previously
Bern - Zurich - St. Gallen - Vienna
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I am an enthusiastic software professional - developer, speaker and teacher - working with Java EE, .NET, iOS and JavaScript.

I am passionate about technology and methodologies - always trying to learn, improve and share knowledge.
Education
  • ETH Zurich
    MAS MTEC / BWI, Management, Technology and Economics, 2011 - 2013
  • ETH Zurich
    Master in Electrical Engineering, 1997 - 2002
  • SWS Bern
    CAS Enterprise development with Java, 2006 - 2007
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Visual Studio for OSX and Linux Last week at Build 2015 Microsoft announced Visual Studio Code. Visual Studio Code is a completely new code editor that distinguishes itself sa lot from the traditional Visual Studio family...
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Don’t use Microservices The hype curve for microservices seems to have reached a plateau. The article suggests that a microservices architecture might not be a good fit for new (greefield) applications. There seem to be quite...
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Agile Critics The current state of agile is critizised by some more prominent figures: Martin Fowler: Not Just Code Monkeys Developers should not just be passive receivers of product backlog items. This is where most Agile t...
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My talk about the life of JavaScript, from birth to today.
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You Might Have Too Many Developers An argument in favour of small teams and small incremental projects. Why are we still talking about scaling agile with things like SAFe when the root problem is you might have too many deve...
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Scrum critics Gilles Bowkett is quite provocative, but his points in Why Scrum Should Basically Just Die In A Fire are interesting: Scrum covers up the inability to recruit (or even recognize) engineering talent, which is cu...
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When I am teaching my AngularJS workshops, there is usually a question about the future of AngularJS. The Angular team announced Angular 2.0 at ng-conf Europe . There was quite some buzz after that announcement. Angular 2.0 ...
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My year 2014 was interesting and brought many changes from a professional and personal perspective. From the personal perspective I had two great vacations: I was literally beginning the year under water on a great dive trip...
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Rob Ashton speaks at the .NET user group I never met Rob, but I think he is a very interesting character in the programming space. His episode as a “journeyman programmer” is mind blowing and I suggest to every enterprise pro...
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