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Rokesh Jankie
Works at QAFE Inc
Attended Leiden University
Lives in Rijswijk, The Netherlands


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Wow...this Google Ara Project. Checkout the images.
The night before Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) division was supposed to show off the one and only functional Project Ara prototype to
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After the exciting announcements at Cloud Platform Live this week, Google is also bringing a lot of developer goodness to Amsterdam. Speakers have just been announced for the Cloud Platform Roadshow here on April 8: Andrew Jessup, Daniel Galpin and Robert-Jan Huijsman

It's free to come, so I hope you will join for some inspiration and hands-on look at the new tools, rapidly building your mobile backend, and more. Register at the Google Cloud Platform Roadshow page!

From Zero to Fully-Functioning App 
In just one hour we'll step through everything you need to build an Android application that uses Cloud services to provide a fun experience. You'll see many of the elements of the platform in action, including Compute Engine, App Engine, Cloud Storage, VM Engines, Cloud Endpoints and much more. You'll come away seeing how easy it is to build an application that runs at Google scale.

Blurring the Iaas/PaaS Divide 
We're introducing a brand new way of thinking about development for the cloud -- one which takes the best of both IaaS and PaaS but removes the false choice. What if you wanted to build an app that had the great management of one built on a PaaS platform, but needed capabilities that weren't supported. You could build it using IaaS, but you'd need to do a lot of management. In this session we'll show you how this wall can be breached, and how you can start building applications for the next version of the cloud.

New Frontiers in Cloud Development 
We have a wonderful new way for developers to build cloud applications. We can't talk much about it yet, but we know you're going to love it. In this session you'll get hands-on with how to use it!
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Hahah...the sponsor of the 3D-printed  AngularJS-Superman made a post on the impression of AngularJS...Nice...
SpectINGular by GDG took place last tuesday, here are some impressions -->
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In case you missed it, the pictures of GDGNL Event:
SpectINGular : Enterprise Scale AngularJS 
are now available.
AngularJS is a really awesome framework, but what does it take to make it successful at Enterprise scale within a bank? ING still has many JEE based apps at its Internet site, decorated with some JQuery to provide some bells and whistles.

How do you transfer from a scattered frontend app to one Angular app?
What does it take to deploy our entire frontend app every 15 minutes into production?
How do you manage code quality while working on one app with 30+ teams?
And how does one keep teams -independent in this process?
While still a challenge, we believe we have an approach to actually achieve this. Wanna see the ins and outs, including some code examples? Come and see.

REGISTRATION IS THROUGH EVENTBRITE, Please follow link for ticketsales.

   René van Putten
   Remco Vlierman

    Kick Off: Henk Kolk, Chief Architect ING
    Session: Enterprise Scale AngularJS

    Anyone interested!

   Sponsored by Qualogy

Foody stuff
   Chinese/Indonesian food will be served, sponsored by ING
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This is quite cool! Create your own phone: Phonebloks update - The team behind Ara
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+Kenneth Mehilal Sorry :)
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A rare combination, hopefully for the best :)
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google have teamed up to create what they call WebScaleSQL, a custom version of MySQL designed just for large scale web companies. Their changes to the database will be open sourced, meaning they’ll be freely shared with the world at large, and the companies plan to contribute their changes back to the original MySQL project. “Our goal in launching WebScaleSQL is to enable the scale-oriented members of the MySQL community to work more closely together in order to prioritize the aspects that are most important to us.

#webscalesql   #facebook   #google  
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google have teamed up to create what they call WebScaleSQL, a custom version of MySQL designed just for large scale web companies. Their changes to the database will be open sourced, meaning they’ll be freely shared with the world at large.
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This is just too cool: The Dart Flight Event in the Netherlands is in the spotlight in this official blogpost!!

Thanks all for making this happen (especially +Henk Jurriens from Trivento and +Kasper Lund from Google!)
Dart Flight School - Successful Take-Off
#dart   #dartlang   #developers  /via +Seth Ladd

In celebration of +Dart 1.0, the global developer community organized over 120 Dart Flight School events, and the response was overwhelming. Throughout February, 8500 developers learned how to build modern web (and server!) apps with Dart and AngularDart. Thank you to the amazing community organizers, speakers, volunteers, and attendees that made this possible. 

Next time, space!
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Hangout georganiseerd door o.a. +PostNL NV. Mooi dat hier aandacht aan wordt gegeven. 
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Huge fan of Google and Apple. Love Les Mills Bodypump, Love to hang out with family and friends
In short: I'm the founder of a product callend "QAFE", it's a platform for creating webapplications (see more on I really like technology and gadgets and I am huge fan of Google, hence ). 

Furthermore, I like hanging out with my wife and the family, fotography, watching movies. In the spare time I have left, I'm also group fitness instructor for Les Mills BODYPUMP

For the longer version, see below.

I graduated in 1998 for my Masters degree in Computer Science at Leiden University, The Netherlands. The field of specialization was Algorithms and NP-complete problems. Scheduling problems can be NP-complete and that's the area where I was focussed on . After that I started working for the University of Leiden, ORTEC consultants, Ponte Vecchio and after that Qualogy. At Qualogy I used what I experienced so far to set up a product. Qualogy works in the field of Oracle and Java technology. With the current set of technologies, interesting products can be delivered and that is QAFE (see for more info)
  • Leiden University
    Computer Science, MSc., 1993 - 1998
  • Rijswijkse Openbare Scholengemeenschap (ROS/Atlas College)
    VWO, 1987 - 1993
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Founder QAFE, Technical Project lead, Senior Software Engineer (Java/JEE/ Google technologies like Google API's, GWT, App Engine, BigTable/Spring/etc)
  • QAFE Inc
    CTO/Founder, 2012 - present
  • Qualogy
    Founder QAFE, Technical Project lead, Software Engineer (Java/JEE/ Google technologies like Google API, GWT, AppEngine, BigTable/Spring/etc), 2003 - present
  • SportCity
    Les Mills Bodypump Instructor, Group Fitness Instructor, 2009 - 2012
  • Ponte Vecchio
    Senior Java Developer, Head of Product Development Department, 2000 - 2003
  • ORTEC Consultants
    Consultant, 1998 - 2000
  • Nederlands Lucht en Ruimtevaart Laboratorium
    Information Analist, 1998 - 1998
  • Leiden University
    Practical Course lead, 1995 - 1998
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Nice food. Fast service. Even if you want to sit there until 01:00 AM, no problem
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