Blockchain and a whole lot more: JAX Finance Very Early Bird tickets end on February 1!
Come hang out with us in London while we talk about blockchain and more at the coolest FinTech conference around. Don’t miss out on all the fun; get your tickets quickly and save big. Our Very Early Bird Special ends soon!
It’s that time of year again. We’re getting ready for JAX Finance 2018 this April 9th – 12th and the schedule looks jam-packed full of cool FinTech workshops and DevOps sessions. Have you bought your tickets yet? If not, today is your last chance to get a great deal. Our Very Early Bird Special ends today; who doesn’t want to save up to £200?
There’s a variety of ticket options, whether you’re a freelancer or a company-man. We’ve got group discounts and freelancer discounts. You should definitely head over to JAX Finance and book your seat before it’s too late.
Besides, a JAX Finance ticket gets you admission to the JAX DevOps conference, which runs concurrently. It’s a 2-in-1 deal you can’t afford to miss!
Blockchain and a whole lot more
JAX Finance 2018 has a lot going on, but one big topic is the biggest thing in FinTech these days: blockchain. It may be all the rage right now but do you know what it is and how to use it? We’ve got you covered if you need a 101 lesson or if you’re a master of Ethereum.
We have a whole Blockchain track at JAX Finance. One session you absolutely can’t miss is Eoin Woods’ session, “A Breathless Tour of Blockchain”, which will provide attendees with a good understanding of the ideas underpinning blockchain technologies and the applications that blockchain technology works well for.
There are six other tracks at JAX Finance, including Continuous Delivery & Automation, Agile & Company Culture, Core Java & Programming, Software Architecture, FinTech & Innovation, and High Performance & Low Latency.
In the Agile & Company Culture track, Jackie Balzer will be going over “CI/CD for Humans”, which promises to explain how Adobe built a CI/CD platform used by dozens of internal teams deploying upwards of hundreds of times a day for a variety of high-visibility applications.
As part of our FinTech track, Rona Ruthen and Federico Fergosi will explain how to decide whether to build an internal fraud engine or pay an (expensive) external provider. “Fraud detection in your payment system a build/buy considerate evaluation”.
Another can’t-miss FinTech session from John Davies explores “Payments, the $1tn business – the players and opportunities”.