Workshop Summit

March 2 - 6, 2020 — Brussels, Belgium

March 2 - 6, 2020 Brussels, Belgium

Workshop Summit

The newest tech event in Brussels: one week of hands-on workshops

Non-profit community event happening in Brussels. The format is simple: 1-day workshops on different trendy technologies by experts in the field and active members of the community.

Discover or get up-to-speed with the latest trends with the best practices, tips and tricks from top-notch experts.

Confirmed topics include: Golang, Continuous Delivery, React, VueJS, Angular & RxJS, Tensorflow.JS and ML, Azure, Software Architecture, UX Mobile, SVG Animation, Openshift, Ionic, Quarkus, GraphQL, and .NET Core.

The Speakers

Kristijan Ristovski (Kitze)

Kristijan Ristovski (Kitze)

Kitze had the chance to work and experiment with a variety of frameworks and libraries. He founded React Academy to teach React around the world. He’s trying to make it on YouTube. He made products like Sizzy, Twizzy, OK Google, JSUI, etc.

Benjamin Coenen

Benjamin Coenen

A belgian lost in Paris and playing with Golang and some Rust. He loves talking and learning about web development and performance issues. “Open source everything” is his objective. Speaker in his free time, he likes to share and contribute in tech and open source communities. He also developed a chatbot named “Talk to my car” to talk with their connected car

Sani Yusuf

Sani Yusuf

Sani is a Google Developer Expert & the founder of HAIBRID, a London based startup that uses Ionic & Angular to create innovative solutions. He also co-manages the Ionic UK community in UK and has done some work spanning 5 continents. He has also done some cool stuff with companies like Sworkit, Microsoft, Huddlebuy & Anritsu and actively contributes to the Ionic open source community.

Manfred Steyer

Manfred Steyer

Trainer, consultant and programming architect with focus on Angular. Google Developer Expert (GDE) and Trusted Collaborator for the Angular team who writes for O’Reilly, the German Java Magazine, windows.developer and Heise. Regularly speaks at conference

Nikolas Burk

Nikolas Burk

Nikolas is a GraphQL enthusiast working at Prisma. Before, he worked as an instructor at the Make School Product College in San Francisco. He is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge - after finishing his Master’s degree, he spent 3 months at the Recurse Center in NYC to study functional programming. Recently, he played a major role in creating the popular fullstack tutorial How to GraphQL. Today, he enjoys giving workshops and talks around GraphQL and various programming languages.

Brecht Billiet

Brecht Billiet

Brecht is a frontend engineer with experience in both private and public services, including companies like ShowPad and the Flemish Government. Brecht shares his expertise through multiple workshops in Angular, Typescript, Redux, rxjs, @ngrx/store, webpack as freelance but mostly via the company he co-founded, Strongbrew.

Kwinten Pisman

Kwinten Pisman

Kwinten is a frontend architect focussed on Angular with a reactive passion. He has worked as freelance software engineer in several companies throughout the years. Ever since he discovered (functional) reactive programming he has been sold and trying to spread to word about this amazing technology. He does this through blog posts and training sessions with the company he co-founded called Strongbrew.

Fabio di Vita

Fabio di Vita

Red Hat Solution Architect with a specific focus on business development efforts towards selected Global Systems Integrators across EMEA. Main Area of focus are PaaS, Middleware, Data driven workloads . Always keen to share his knowledge about technology innovation and on how to well cook the perfect “Spaghetti alla norma” dish.

Asim Hussain

Asim Hussain

Asim is a developer, trainer, author and speaker with over 18 years of experience working for organisations such as the European Space Agency, Google and now Microsoft, where he is leading Regional Developer Advocacy for EMEA.

He’s also co-organiser of the @aijavascript London Meetup, co-creator of aijs.rocks and member of the W3C WebMachineLearning Community Group.

Antonio Goncalves

Antonio Goncalves

Antonio is a senior software developer based in Paris. Nowadays, he works as a freelance Java EE consultant, and holds broad experience with application servers such as JBoss, Weblogic or GlassFish.

Antonio is one of the founders of the Paris Java User Group and of Devoxx France. Very active in the community, he has also written several books and is a Pluralsight trainer.

Gill Cleeren

Gill Cleeren

Gill Cleeren is CTO of Xpirit Belgium, Microsoft Regional Director & MVP and Pluralsight author. Gill focuses on web and mobile development and loves Xamarin. Gill is a frequent speaker at many international conferences such as TechDays, TechEd, NDC, VSLive, DevConnections and many more. He also is the founder of Techorama, one of the biggest IT conferences in Belgium and the Netherlands and he runs Visug, the .NET user group in Belgium as well.

Stéphanie Walter

Stéphanie Walter

With a decade of experience as UX Designer, Stéphanie focuses on building a great user experience for anything from mobile apps to complex dashboard up to responsive websites! She is a mobile expert and likes to share her passion for her work. She teaches and talks about UX design patterns, mobile UX design and a few other things like PWAs. Her claim to fame: she once helped redesign monitoring panels for tower cranes. Don’t hesitate to reach out to her for questions and advice.

Cassie Evans

Cassie Evans

Cassie has a lot of love for animation, especially animation on the web and can usually be found tinkering on codepen. She organises and teaches at codebar Brighton, a non-profit initiative that runs free programming workshops. Cassie also speaks at conferences on SVG and CSS animation and has had the pleasure of writing for CSS-tricks. She currently works as a Front-end Developer at Clearleft in Brighton.

Guillaume Chau

Guillaume Chau

Guillaume is a member of the VueJS core team and a great open source supporter to projects connected to VueJS but also to GraphQL and Node.JS. Currently working as frontend engineer at Livestorm, he has a broad experience in development and as a trainer and you can find him speaking at several conferences around the globe.

Aidan Finn

Aidan Finn

Aidan Finn is the co-owner of Cloud Mechanix, and also a principal consultant on Microsoft Azure networking and security solutions for Innofactor Norway.

Aidan has been a MVP for 12 years, currently with the expertise of Microsoft Azure. He has spoken at many events and conferences including Microsoft Ignite and TechEd Europe. He writes on his own blog &, contributes Microsoft Azure content to http://petri.com.

The Schedule

The event will run from Monday 2 March until and including Friday 6 March 2020. Each day, 3 workshops will take place, each of them with the duration of 8 hours, including coffee and lunch breaks.

  • Workshop: Golang

      March 2, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Benjamin Coenen

    The aim of this workshop is to train attendees to be comfortable with the Golang language (keywords and concept).


    Then, we’ll build together different applications, beginning with a small cli application. After that we’ll build a microservice plugged to a database with different iterations and to serve different HTTP routes. In parallel we’ll explore all the tooling around Golang to let you test, debug and benchmark your code. With these tools we’ll be able to find how to improve your performance with Golang.


    At the end of this workshop you’ll have a docker image containing a binary of your microservice ready to go in production

  • Workshop: Advanced RxJS in Angular

      March 2, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Brecht Billiet, Kwinten Pisman

    This one-day training takes only 8 hours and transforms you into a reactive programming master.


    When used correctly, RxJS is a technology that has the following advantages:

    • Less code
    • Readable code
    • Less bugs, because the reactive programming mindset takes care of 90% of the corner cases for us
    • It becomes way easier to write asynchronous code
    • Results in better overall code quality


    This training contains theory, exercises and a bunch of question-rounds. We don’t want to spoil it too much, but we will create a reactive giphy application, a reactive calendar and more!


    This course requires some foreknowledge. The attendee should know the following technologies:

    • Git
    • Javascript
    • Typescript
    • Angular basics (knowing how to create a component)
  • Workshop: Advanced React

      March 2, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Kristijan Ristovski (Kitze)

    A general overview of what’s going to be included in the workshop:

    Advanced Patterns

    We’ll explore all the advanced techniques for making flexible and maintainable React components. We’ll see how using popular patterns like Compound Components, Controlled Components, Render Props, Function As A Child etc. can help us in simplifying things, making our components more reusable and our apps more declarative.


    React 16 & Beyond

    React 16 comes with some major changes and an update to the core algorithm. In this module, we’ll explore some practical use-cases for Portals, Fragments etc. React.lazy and Suspense will help us to easily code split and lazy load components in our app in order to reduce the final size of the bundle. We’ll see how the new Context API can simplify state-management and various component reusability patterns.


    Hooks

    Classes are so 2018, so we’ll start by learning everything about the biggest change that happened to React: Hooks. Combined with Context, they are changing the entire state-management game. We’ll cover useState, useEffect, useContext, etc. Although useful on their own, they’re even more powerful when combined and abstracted away in custom hooks.

  • Workshop: Introduction to Machine Learning with TensorFlow.js

      March 3, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Asim Hussain

    Learn how to build and train Neural Networks using the most popular Machine Learning framework for JavaScript, TensorFlow.js.


    This is a practical workshop where you’ll learn “hands-on” by building several different applications from scratch using TensorFlow.js.


    By the end you’ll know:

    • The essential mathematics
    • What are Neural Networks?
    • How to build and train a Neural Network to solve regression and classification tasks.
    • How to find, convert, load and use pre-trained models from the internet.


    If you have ever been interested in Machine Learning, if you want to get a taste for what this exciting field has to offer, if you want to be able to talk to other Machine Learning/AI specialists in a language they understand, then this workshop is for you.


    Participants’ profile:

    The ideal participant for this workshop is someone with existing experience with JavaScript. You must have experience running commands on the command line. You are experienced running NodeJS scripts. You know how to npm install a package.

    Overview of the day:

    • Overview of AI + ML
    • Neural Networks
    • History of TensorFlow and TensorFlow.JS?
    • [Project 1] Using a pre-trained model.
    • [Project 2] Linear & Polynomial regression.
    • [Project 3] Recognising handwritten numbers.


    Equipment needed:

    • A fully charged laptop
  • Workshop: Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration

      March 3, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Benjamin Coenen

    From git commit to production, the delivery process is the set of steps that take place to deliver your service to your customers. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery – CI/CD – are practices based on the Agile Values which aim to automate this process as much as possible.


    We will review these practices and see how to apply them with a specialised tool: CDS. This tool is built in-house at OVH and tries to facilitate the adoption of CI/CD good practices while also being designed to be easily maintainable for platform administrators. It is open source: https://ovh.github.io/cds and is the end-result of 12 years of experience in the field of CI/CD.


    We will take a deep dive into workflows, these high-level processes which define the global sequence of pipelines/stages/jobs/steps to get from a git commit to a production deployment, and which are a key concept in the CDS tool.


    During the day, we will use as case study a problem many organisations have: configuring CI/CD for a legacy application. At the end of the day, you will master the key concepts of CI/CD, and be able to master the CDS tool to apply them to your projects.

  • Workshop Implementing Secure Azure Networks

      March 3, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Aidan Finn

    Security is always number 1 or 2 in any survey on the fears of cloud computing. Networking in The Cloud is very different to traditional physical networking … but in some ways it is quite similar. The goals of this workshop are:

    • To teach you the fundamentals, the theory, of how Azure networking functions so you can understand the practical design and application
    • Do hands-on deployments of secure networks


    As a result, this workshop takes you all the way back to the basics of Azure networking so you really understand the “wiring” of a secure network in the cloud. Only with that understanding do you understand that small is big. The topics covered in this class will secure small/mid businesses, platform deployments that require regulatory compliance, and large enterprises:

    • The Microsoft global network
    • Availability & SLA
    • Virtual network basics
    • Virtual network adapters
    • Peering
    • Service endpoints
    • Public IP Addresses
    • VNet gateways: VPN & ExpressRoute
    • Network Security Groups
    • Application Firewall
    • Route Tables
    • Third Party Firewalls
    • Azure Firewall
    • Architectures


    Attendees will require an Azure subscription capable of deploying multiple 4 x single-core virtual machines, 1 x Azure Firewall, 1 x Web Application Gateway, and 1 x per GB Log Analytics Workspace for 1 day.

  • Workshop: Architectures for Enterprise Applications

      March 4, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Manfred Steyer

    In this interactive workshop, you will develop a critical understanding for planning and implementing large enterprise applications with Angular. You will explore and work with approaches to structure huge applications like npm packages, the Mono Repo Approach and Micro Apps.


    After this, you will deal with component design and reusable Web Components. For this, you will use several proven concepts and Angular Elements.


    In addition, this workshop will enable you to develop a well-articulated understanding for implementing I18N as well as advanced authentication and authorization solutions that allow for single sign on and can be used to integrate with existing Identity Providers like Active Directory.

  • Workshop: Quarkus

      March 4, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Antonio Goncalves

    Cloud native applications in Java are great, but… despite a fantastic ecosystem around Java, it falls short in containers, in comparison to Go or Node.js. The initial memory consumption, the startup time, and the optimisations for long-running processes are killer criteria in the cloud. Quarkus is a Kubernetes native Java stack tailored for GraalVM and OpenJDK. With Quarkus, you can compile your application into a native executable, reduce the startup time to a few milliseconds, reduce the memory consumption to a few MB, and make applications ideally suited to run in containers.

    This workshop explores why it matters and how you can leverage Quarkus and GraalVM to build supersonic, subatomic, cloud-native applications.

    In this workshop, you will learn how to:

    • Build Web applications with Quarkus
    • Use Hibernate and Hibernate with Panache
    • Build event-driven microservices with Apache Kafka
    • Monitor your applications
  • Workshop: Ionic

      March 4, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Sani Yusuf

    The aim is to train the attendees on using Ionic to create cross platform mobile applications. We will cover a wide range of Ionic components and implement them as part of 3 applications that we will be building.


    The 3 applications will use the Blank Template, the Tabs based template & the Side-menu template. Attendees will also learn to test their application on a real device using the Ionic Dev App and also learn to use the Cordova plugins to interact with physical device features like the Camera and GPS Geolocation features. The class finished with an Inspiration section where we go over some more advanced topics like using Ionic to create desktop applications, handling offline & also connecting with a database for persistence.


    Curriculum:

    • Intro To Ionic
    • History of Hybrid applications
    • Building Our first application with the Blank template
    • Overview of the Ionic project structure
    • Working with Lists
    • Using the Sliding Lists
    • Using the Alert component for getting input
    • Preview with Ionic Dev App
    • Working with Tab based template
    • Intro to Ionic Card component
    • Fetching data from API
    • Working with Buttons
    • Navigating to new Pages
    • Using the Fab button
    • Sharing to social media
    • Taking Profile photos with Camera
    • Working with the Side Menu template


    Inspiration

    • Working with Databases
    • Ionic App Flow - Updating apps without Appstore
    • Intro To Capacitor
    • Desktop Apps With Electron
    • Customising Ionic Apps
  • Workshop: Introduction to GraphQL server development with TypeScript

      March 5, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Nikolas Burk

    GraphQL is a new API standard used in production by many companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, GitHub, PayPal and many more It is an alternative to RESTful APIs and provides several great benefits:

    • Strongly typed API schema
    • Solves over- and -underfetching on the client-side
    • Auto-generated API documentation
    • Mature tooling ecosystem
    • Awesome developer experience
    • Language-agnostic on frontend and backend


    This workshop teaches everything you need to know to get started with GraphQL and doesn’t assume any prior knowledge about the topic. You will learn how to build a GraphQL server from scratch using the following technologies:

    • GraphQL Yoga: GraphQL HTTP server based on Express.js
    • GraphQL Nexus: Code-first GraphQL schema construction
    • SQLite: Easy-to-use SQL database
    • Photon: Type-safe and auto-generated database client
    • Lift: A declarative data modeling and migration tool


    The only prerequisites for the workshop are:

    • Basic familiarity with Node.js
    • Basic familiarity with web APIs (HTTP)
  • Workshop: Serverless workloads on Kubernetes

      March 5, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Fabio di Vita

    During this workshop you will learn how to create and deploy serverless applications on Kubernetes leveraging Knative.


    Detailed programme as follows:

    • Kubernetes main concepts introduction (presentation)
    • Create and deploy a containerized application in a Kubernetes based Paas like OpenShift (hands on labs)
    • Introduction to serverless workloads on Kubernetes using Knative (presentation)
    • Build and deploy and managing a serverless application using Knative (hands on lab)
  • Workshop Getting started with SVG animation

      March 5, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Cassie Evans

    Do you ever feel like coding is all work and no play? Have you wanted to give SVG animation a go but haven’t found the time or known where to start? Animation is one of the best ways to bring brand personality and character to an online experience, but in the busy world of front-end development, it can often be overlooked.

    Join me for a day of SVG animation fun. You’ll leave this workshop feeling confident and inspired to make your own creative web animations with SVG.

    We will cover:

    • Animation principles

    • SVG optimisation and SVG basics

    • Creating or sourcing your own SVG graphics

    • Creating delightful and performant animations with Greensock animation platform

    • Explore SVG morphing and stroke animation with Greensocks SVG specific plugins.

    • Adding interaction to your animation

    Prerequisites:

    • A fully charged laptop and modern browser.
    • This course will be accessible for designers and front end developers. You don’t have to have experience working with SVG or animation, but working knowledge of HTML and CSS will be necessary. We will be using a Javascript animation library so basic JS skills will be helpful, although not required.
  • Workshop: Building modern applications with .NET Core 3.0

      March 6, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Gill Cleeren

    .NET Core can be used to build all types of modern applications, varying from web apps to back-end applications and modern desktop applications. Over a really short amount of time, .NET Core has evolved and a lot of new things have been added.


    During the workshop, you’ll learn how to build your next big thing with .NET Core (and of course, we’ll use the latest and greatest version available at the time!). You’ll learn what the framework brings for you, you’ll get to understand the tool chain to use, you’ll see what you can re-use from plain .NET development and what code can be shared across applications. After this hands-on workshop, you’ll walk away with a good understanding of the future of .NET.


    Topics we’ll cover:

    • .NET Core 3: What’s this .NET Core thing all about? Which tools are available and how do you get started with .NET Core
    • ASP.NET Core: We’ll take a look at the options you have with ASP.NET Core to build apps including ASP.NET Core, Web API and, perhaps most exciting, the all-new Blazor
    • Desktop: With .NET Core 3, it’s now possible to run regular .NET desktop apps on .NET Core. We’ll see the options that exist here.
    • Mobile: We’ll explore the options we have now to build modern apps with Xamarin.
    • Azure: Finally, we’ll learn how we can deploy all this goodness into Azure.
  • Mobile UX – building usable and delightful mobile apps

      March 6, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Stéphanie Walter

    The goal of this workshop is to help you build usable user centric mobile apps following the path through:

    • The strategy
    • Requirements gathering
    • Prototyping
    • User testing


    You will learn about generic “mobile user behaviour” and how to gather your specific user needs with some guerilla user research techniques at the beginning of a project.
    We will then apply this to plan user flows and to take content and architecture decisions for your app. You will learn the bases of mobile usability like designing for touch, navigation, content strategy, and we will take a close look at Apple and Android design guidelines.


    We will apply all that knowledge to build and test quick prototypes for your mobile app. At the end of the workshop, you will be able to take some usability decisions and understand the basics of mobile user experience in order to build mobile apps prototypes and to test your concept before handing them to a UI designer.

  • Workshop: A practical use case for Composition API - Vue-Apollo

      March 6, 2020, 9:00AM,  480 minutes

    Guillaume Chau

    Learn how to use the new Composition API by building a Vue app that connects to a GraphQL API using Apollo Client in this one day workshop with Guillaume Chau.

    Required knowledge:

    • Good knowledge of Vue and Javascript
    • Some knowledge about GraphQL is recommended but not necessary

Tickets

Regular tickets until 31 January, noon! Price per ticket is 400€ and includes the workshop of choice, breakfast and lunch.

Prefer to pay via invoice? Any questions? Contact us at [email protected]!

BLACK FRIDAY DISCOUNT: Use the code ‘blackfriday’ before 7 December and enjoy 20% OFF!

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This ticket includes the one day workshop on Implementing Secure Azure Networks by Aidan Finn, breakfast, lunch and refreshments.

Attendees are required to have an Azure subscription capable of deploying multiple 4 x single-core virtual machines, 1 x Azure Firewall, 1 x Web Application Gateway, and 1 x per GB Log Analytics Workspace for 1 day.

Getting There

Closest metro stop: Madou

Closest bus stops: Madou (lines 29, 63, 65, 66, 318, 351, 410)

Closest tram stop: Congress (lines 92 and 93)

Parkings around: BePark Madou & OnePark Madou

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