First things first, here's the list of my talks - if any of them are interesting for your event, let me know. More are always in the making and some of them are pretty malleable, so feel free to ask for details and customizations that match your preference.
▚Past & Upcoming
In case you're interested in a talk I gave at a past event, for example to check the slides or watch a video, you can select the respective talk above. Alternatively, check this list of all past talks to find a presentation by date or event.
Looking into the future, these are the next two planned presentations - for more check the full schedule:
Java 16 Is Coming!
In this talk, I introduce the Java language features, new/updated APIs, and new JVM capabilities that recent Java releases brought to the ecosystemat jLove
Local communities like Java User Groups are the backbone of the Java community and presenting there before chit-chatting about Java over snacks and drinks is always great fun. I'll gladly be there if time permits.
I expect to cover travel expenses myself, but if your group has the means to reimburse them, let me know - it makes it all the more likely I can arrange a visit. Alternatively, we can look at organizing a course, either under the meetup's roof or at a local company, or an in-house presentation.
I love speaking at conferences, large or small! Please hit me up if you're organizing one.
They're usually commercial events and in exchange for my time and knowledge I assume they'll cover travel expenses. In addition to that, we can discuss organizing a a course at the event or at a local company.
Many companies invest into their developers' skills by organizing internal events. Giving a large group of collaborating coders a leg up on the newest Java developments is a great opportunity to upskill entire teams and directly impact a project's code base.
My common rate for such a presentation (including preparation and follow-up conversations) is 800 EUR. Travel expenses are extra, but can be reduced by other activities in the vicinity, most commonly a community meeting.
Travel expenses aside, everything above holds the same for remote talks.