"No business wants their product to fail when it suddenly becomes popular", says JAX Finance speaker Mark Price. Here is a sneak peek to his upcoming workshop about the importance of testing and the pitfalls to avoid all through the development cycle.
The advantages of having a fraud engine clearly outshine the disadvantages. However, Fintech companies should also be aware of the challenges and costs involved in developing an internal fraud engine. In this interview, JAX Finance speaker Rona Ruthen talks about fraud prevention and gives your a sneak peek into her talk.
JAX Finance 2018 speaker and founder of blk.io Conor Svensson shared with us the most important lesson he learned from blockchain, smart contracts' use cases and what we can expect from his session at the upcoming JAX Finance!
One cannot deny that the way we consume banking services is changing. We talked with PwC’s Mike Quindazzi about the most notable changes in the financial services space, the value of smart contracts and the most mature sub-segments in FinTech.
Brett King, one of the top Influencers in the FinTech world, discusses industry's most pressing questions: is blockchain the future, does working in the finance sector pay off for software developers, and has the FinTech movement triggered a culture shift?
Who are the most influential FinTech people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every FinTech enthusiast or pro should be following.
Java reflection allows us to peek inside objects that we don't know, find their classes and then call methods and set fields. Great, but how can we use this practically in the "real world"?
BUX is creating a whole new stock market trading experience by combining concepts from gaming, mobile messaging and trading. We do this with a very small team consisting of 3 mobile and 3 backend developers. In this presentation, Joost van de Wijgerd will talk about the Reactive Architecture that BUX has built for their backend services.
Twenty years ago we were just learning how to hook up the new Java language to our relational database to run queries. Five years later and the first IMDGs are starting to appear on the scene and things get faster. Another 5 years and we get NoSQL, finally we can get rid of the ORM, NoSQL works nicely with IMDGs too. Then comes Hadoop and for some bizarre reason we start to see ORM coming back – something’s wrong. What next?