De escalation Session

We've gotten so used to seeing you that we can't stop now! Join us at the De-escalation Session! The fourth edition of #VirtualJOTB20. Don't forget to bring a nice cold beverage because it's getting hot... in Málaga. Remember JOTB 2020 ticket holders get to register for free and if you're not a JOTB2020 ticket holder DON'T WORRY! Tickets can be purchased separately for those who are unable to attend our live event. See you soon! 




David G. Simmons

Andrew Betts

Tudor Girba

David G. Simmons

Head of Developer Relations at Quest DB 

Andrew Betts

Developer Advocate at Fastly

Tudor Girba

Software Environmentalist / CEO at

Arno Schots

Cloud Solution Engineering

Director at Oracle

Juan Carlos Rico

Cloud Solutions Architect at Oracle 



17:00 to 17.30 Sending IoT Data from Arduino to QuestDB by David G. Simmons

In this talk David will cover why Time Series databases are critical for IoT data, and how to quickly enable sending data from your Arduino IoT device to QuestDB, a java-based Time Series Database.

17:40 to 18:10 Headers for Hackers by Andrew Betts

HTTP has been gradually adding lots of new and exotic headers, and more are on the way. Learn about current best practices with Vary, Link, Content-Security-Policy, Referrer-Policy, Client-Hints, Clear-Site-Data and Alt-Svc, upcoming features such as Feature-Policy and proposals like Variants, Early-Hints and Origin-Policy. HTTP gives you incredibly powerful control over many aspects of the way a browser will process the page, and is often a more effective or more secure option than trying to achieve the same effect with tags or script in the page.

18:20 to 18:50 Moldable Development by Example by Tudor Gîrba

Everything around software, including code, is data. And data is best dealt with custom tools that match the problem you are seeking answers for. Through moldable development, developers create these customs tools for every single development problem, and this changes the way we think about programming. We exemplify the message through concrete demos based on Glamorous Toolkit (

19:00 to 19:30 MultiCloud: The New Battlefield for Developers by Arno Schots and Juan Carlos Rico

Companies around the globe are quickly shifting data and applications to the cloud and are realizing that single cloud solutions may not be enough to serve business current and future needs. This situation leads to the development and adoption of a strategy that involves multiple cloud providers to cover different elements of IT operations.

In this session, attendees will learn about Multicloud drivers, strategy and implementation patterns:

  • Why is it important for any development team or organization of any size
  • What to take into consideration to implement a Multicloud strategy successfully
  • Examples of real customer’s production architectures using vendors like AWS, Azure, Oracle and others
  • What set of tools & technologies are key in this new paradigm, like Kubernetes, Ansible, Docker, Vault

De escalation Session

Date and time:

July 2nd

from 17.00 to 19.30 CET


HTTP Headers, Cloud, Multicloud

Target audience roles:

Hackers, Software Developers, Software Engineers, Devops




Virtual snacks


14th Oct
Polo de Contenidos Digitales Málaga
Av de Sor Teresa Prat, 15, 29003 Málaga
15th-16th Oct
FYCMA - Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga
Av. de José Ortega y Gasset, 201, 29006 Málaga
14TH - 16TH OCT 2020

Take a look at previous editions