For blatant self-publicity, I'm making a note of all the presentations, panels, interviews, articles and other public-facing events I've been involved in. This is a non-exhaustive list.
Presentations and Panels
4 Sep: LJC Virtual Meetup - Three Tips for Giving Presentations (lightning talk)
24 Jun: J-Spring Digital - Life After Java 8
2 Jun: LJC Virtual Meetup - Speaking at events and conferences: from getting started to getting keynotes
9 May: Silicon Brighton online - Life After Java 8
2 Feb: FOSDEM, Brussels - Surfing the Tsunami - News from the IntelliJ IDEA Community
8 Oct: SpringOne Platform - Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin, and JavaFX Playing Together
3 Oct: SC London - Reading Code is Harder than Writing It
11 Sep: Java developers at Google - Reading Code is Harder than Writing It (screensharing with audio).
20 Jun: GOTO Amsterdam - Life After Java 8
13 Apr: JetBrains Nights, Moscow - IntelliJ IDEA Top Tips
5 Feb: Software Architecture, New York – Career Advice for Architects
12–16 Nov: Devoxx Belgium, Antwerp – Is boilerplate code really so bad?
30 Oct: O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference, London – Keynote: Career Advice for Architects
22-25 Oct: Oracle Code One - BoF: Diversity and Inclusion: Are We There Yet?; Is boilerplate code really so bad; Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin, JavaFX, and MongoDB Playing Together (with Josh Long); Panel: Emerging Languages Bowl 2018: The Battle for Supremacy Rages On; BoF: I’d Like to Speak at Conferences; Now What?; Panel: Public Service Announcement: Java Is Still Free!; Keynote: Groundbreakers: The Code Avengers; Panel: Meet the JCP EC Candidates
10 Oct: JetBrains Webinar – Code Review Best Practices
5 Oct: Software Craftsmanship London – Code Review Best Practices
14 Jul: ProgNET, London - Career Advice for Programmers
12 Jun: JBCNConf - Is boilerplate code really so bad?
8 Apr: IntelliJ IDEA Webinar - IntelliJ IDEA and Java 10
7 Mar: QCon London - Is boilerplate code really so bad?
27 Feb: SVQJUG - Is boilerplate code really so bad?
3 Oct: JetBrains Webinar - Real World Java 9
17-19 May: J on the Beach, Malaga - Real World Java 9
28 Apr 2017: Progscon, London - Becoming Fully Buzzword Compliant
8 Feb 2017: Refactoring to Java 8 (webinar)
1-9 Dec: YOW! Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney: Java 8 (and 9!) in Anger
7-11 Nov: DevoxxBE, Antwerp: Refactoring to Java 8
30 Sep - 1 Oct 2016: Lambda World, Cadiz: Java 8 in Anger
18-22 Sep 2016: JavaOne: Refactoring to Java 8, Java Council Live
8 Sep 2016: JavaZone: Code Review Matters and Manners
12 May 2016: Agile Manchester: Keynote - Staying Ahead of the Curve
26-29 Apr 2016: Craft Conf, Budapest: Staying Ahead of the Curve
17-19 Jun: DevoxxUK: "Java 8 in Anger", "Keynote: The Extraordinary Team of Developers" (with Daniel Bryant)
15 Jun: Bash, Belfast: "HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java and MongoDB all together"
10-11 Jun: QCon New York: "Java 8 in Anger", "Why do we still not give a @#%! about testing?!" (lightning talk), "Keynote: How Did We End Up Here?" (with Todd Montgomery)
29 Apr: Spring I/O, Barcelona: "Is Groovy Better than Java for Testing?"
23 Apr: Craft Conf, Budapest: "Java 8 in Anger"
11 Apr: Greach, Madrid: "Is Groovy Better than Java for Testing?"
10 Apr: Devoxx France, Paris: "Java 8 in Anger".
15 Mar: Women Techmakers Istanbul: "Building a web app with AngularJS, Java and MongoDB"
2 Mar: QCon London: Half day tutorial - "HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java and MongoDB all together"
3 Mar: Ladies Who Code, London: "Public Speaking for Novices"
4 Mar: QCon London: "Java 8 in Anger"
4 Dec: hack.summit(): "HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java, MongoDB altogether: What could possibly go wrong?"
2 Dec: Ladies Who Code: "Working for an Open Source Company"
1 Dec: London Java Community: "HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java, MongoDB altogether: What could possibly go wrong?"
29 Nov: London Java Community Open Conference - "Intro to Public Speaking for Beginners", "Career Advice for Developers", "Ask the Experts Panel"
24 Nov: Barcelona JUG: "HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java and MongoDB all together – what could go wrong?"
22 Nov: NoSQL Matters, Barcelona: "Building a web application with MongoDB & Java"
12 Nov: Devoxx, Belgium: "Women and female speakers in the Java ecosystem - How to ameliorate the current situation?"
6 Nov: GOTO Berlin: "Keynote: Staying Ahead of the Curve"
16 Oct: GeekoutUK: "Pick the right tools to improve your productivity"
16 Oct: GeekoutUK Community Night: A Guide to IntelliJ Live Templates
14 Oct: JAX London: "Rapid Web Application Development with MongoDB and the JVM"
2 Oct - JavaOne: "HTML5, Angular.js, Groovy, Java, MongoDB all together - what could possibly go wrong?"
1 Oct - JavaOne: "Java Champions and JUG Leaders Meet Oracle Executives"
30 Sep - JavaOne: "Lambda Q&A Panel"
20 May - GOTO Chicago: "HTML5, Angular.js, Groovy, Java, MongoDB all together - what could possibly go wrong?"
7 Mar - Joy of Coding: "HTML5, Angular.js, Groovy, Java, MongoDB all together - what could possibly go wrong?"
6 Mar - QCon London: "HTML5, Angular.js, Groovy, Java, MongoDB all together - what could possibly go wrong?"
11 Feb - JFokus: "What do you mean, Backwards Compatibility?"
23 Nov - London Java Community Open Conference: "Keynote: Java, the Future, and You", "Novice Speaker's Clinic", "More Speaker Tips", "Career Advice for Programmers", "Intro to MongoDB", panel: "So you're a senior developer - what next?"
21 Nov - Virtual JUG: "Design is a Process, not a Document"
29 Oct - JAX London: "Design is a Process, not a Document"
28 Oct - LJC: "Speaker's Clinic: Public Speaking for Beginners"
28 Oct - JAX London: "Tutorial: A fluent API for Java and MongoDB"
18 Oct - GOTO Berlin: "What do you mean, backwards compatibility?"
2 Oct - GOTO Aarhus: "Top Ten IntelliJ Tips"
2 Oct - GOTO Aarhus: "Career Advice for Programmers"
23 Jul - JavaOne Shanghai: "What do you mean, backwards compatibility?"
3 Jul - TCube Dublin: "Design is a Process, not a Document"
27 Jun - TTN: "Design is a Process, not a Document"
16 May - GeeCON: "What do you mean, backwards compatibility?"
10 Apr - East Anglia MUG: "Trisha Gee, an Unconference"
9 Apr - MongoDB UK: "Schema Design"
27 Mar - DevoxxUK: "What do you mean, backwards compatibility?"
21 Mar - LJC: "What do you mean, backwards compatibility?"
8 Mar - QCon London (with Dan North): "Hire Education - Making Interviews Rock"
4 Dec - Webinar: "Financial Markets: Processing High Volume Data Feeds with MongoDB"
29 Nov - Webinar: "MongoDB on the JVM"
24 Nov - LJC Open Conference: "Keynote: The State of Java"; Panel: "Does Performance Matter?"; Panel: "The Java Community Process"; "An Introduction to NoSQL"
17 Oct - JAX London: "Java Performance Frequently Asked Questions"
3 Oct - JavaOne: "CON11338 A Technical Approach to Women"
3 Oct - JavaOne Panel: "CON5130 London Java Community: How to Change the World"
1 Oct - JavaOne: "CON3732 Concurrent Programming Using the Disruptor"
30 Sep - JavaOne: "UGF10467 Why Open Source Your Secrets"
23 Sep - Strange Loop: "Workshop: Introduction to the Disruptor"
18 July - OSCON: "Concurrent Programming Using The Disruptor”
25 May - 010 DEV: "The Disruptor"
24 May - GOTO Amsterdam: “Concurrent Programming Using The Disruptor”
29 Apr - GirlGeekMeetup London: “GDC Meet a Mentor”; “Why Open Source Your Secrets”; “Technology in Electronic Trading” (with Annalisa Sarasini); Panel: “Women Only Events - Are We Creating A Girl Ghetto?”
7 Mar - QCon London: “Concurrent Programming Using The Disruptor”
7 Nov - Devoxx Panel: “Why we shouldn't target women”
2 Nov - JAX London: “Understanding the Disruptor, a Beginner's Guide to Hardcore Concurrency” (with Mike Barker)
11 Oct - LJC: "Beginner's Guide to Hardcore Concurrency” (with Mike Barker)
6 Oct - JavaOne: “LMAX Disruptor: High-Performance Concurrent Programming Framework” (with Martin Thompson)
1 Jun - LJC: "Introduction to the Java Community Process”
Apr 2020 - Why we hate to read code
Mar 2020 - Trisha Gee: Developers Should Invest More Time Into Learning Their Tools
Feb 2020 - No Fluff Just Stuff: Java is not Dead
Sep 2019 - Busy Being Human with Trisha Gee
Jul 2019 - Software Developer's Journey #60: Trisha Gee owns her career
Jul 2019 - Frontier Podcast: Soft skills, communication, and programming as a thinking activity
Dec 2018 - IT Career Energizer: Work Smarter to Become a More Effective Developer With Trisha Gee
May 2018 - Groovy Podcast Ep. 57 with Trisha Gee
Feb 2017 - Functional Geekery Episode 85 – Trisha Gee
Nov 2015 - Software Engineering Daily: Java and Developer Advocacy with Trisha Gee
May 2012 - BBC 5 Live
Oct 2011 - Java Spotlight: Duke's Choice Winners
Jun 2020 - 11 things I’ve learned from the experts about how to choose a topic for your first tech talk (text article plus video clips)
Jun 2020 - The 10 things I’ve learned from speaking to the experts on why you should consider speaking at events (text article plus video clips)
Oct 2019 - Trisha Gee SC London 2019 Interview (video)
May 2018 - Ask the Architect with Mark Reinhold, Trisha Gee and Amy (video)
Jul 2017 - Trisha Gee on the Java Eco-System (video)
Jul 2017 - Where will Java go? (text)
Jun 2017 - Trisha Gee Interview at JOTB17 (video)
Jun 2017 - Successful developer Trisha Gee works from Sevilla (text)
Dec 2016 - Hangout with Voxxed: Trisha Gee on Devoxx (video)
Nov 2016 - Java Champion Insights with Trisha Gee (video)
Oct 2016 - Interview with Trisha Gee (and Eva) in Lambda World 2016 (video)
Jun 2016 - Trisha Gee and Eva on Java 8 Patterns (video)
Jan 2016 - Devoxx: Interview with Trisha Gee (video)
Nov 2015 - vJUG: An Interview with Trisha Gee (video)
Sep 2015 - Women In Technology Panel, JavaOne (video)
Jul 2015 - Trisha Gee on the Java Ecosystem (video)
Apr 2015 - Tech ecosystems in Sevilla & London (video)
Apr 2015 - Java 8 in Anger (video)
Apr 2015 - IDE Talking: Smarter Refactoring in IntelliJ IDEA (video)
Mar 2015 - In The Spotlight: Trisha Gee (text)
Sep 2014 - Trisha Gee on the differences between London and Seville’s Java Communities (text)
Aug 2014 - DZone Dev of the Week (text)
Jul 2014 - Interview with Trisha Gee on building a buzzword-compliant web app at GOTO Chicago 2014 (video)
May 2014 - What Could Possibly Go Wrong? at GOTO Chicago (video)
Mar 2014 - Trisha Gee on MongoDB, Java 8, and What Excites Her About Writing Software (video)
Aug 2013 - JavaOne 2013 Preview (video)
Mar 2013 - Devoxx UK (video)
Mar 2013 - Top Tips For Working With Techies (text)
Mar 2013 - Google Presents Women Techmakers (video)
Nov 2012 - Devoxx (video)
Oct 2012 - NightHacking with Trisha Gee (video)
Jun 2012 - Oracle's Java Blog - Duke's Choice Awards (text)
May 2012 - GOTO Copenhagen (video)
May 2012 - Graduate Developer Community (text)
Mar 2012 - InfoQ at QCon London (video)
Jan 2012 - Heroes of Java (text)
Nov 2011 - Oracle Technology Network at Devoxx (video)
Oct 2011 - JavaOne (video)
2020 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know - Edited by Kevlin Henney and Trisha Gee. Also features three articles by Trisha
2019 [Developer, Advocate!]() - Geertjan Wielenga. Trisha contributed the content for chapter 24
2015 What to Look For in a Code Review - Trisha Gee
May 2020 - Oracle's Java Magazine: Five Code Review Antipatterns
Sep 2015 - Oracle's Community Site: Java SE 8 in Practice
Aug 2015 - InformIT Live Lessons Workshop: Building Java 8 Applications with Microservices. Also available on Safari Books Online.
Dec 2014 - InformIT Developer Talks: Java and MongoDB Rapid App Prototyping: App Development using HTML5, AngularJS, Groovy, Java, and MongoDB
Jan 2014 - Oracle's Java Magazine: Introduction to MongoDB and Big Data
Nov 2012 - Oracle's Java Magazine: Exploring Lambda Expressions for Java
Mar 2012 - Oracle's Java Magazine: Sharing Data Without Contention
May 2011 - Disruptor: High performance alternative to bounded queues for exchanging data between concurrent threads
As a developer advocate it's my job to contribute to an organisation's blog. You'll find many of my posts on the JetBrains blogs, especially on IntelliJ IDEA and Upsource. This section lists guest posts on other sites, and the occasional key piece from the day job.
Jun 2019 - DZone's 2019 Guide to Java: Beyond Java 8
Apr 2019 - InfoQ: Upgrading from Java 8 to Java 12
Apr 2019 - FogBugz: Code Review Best Practice
Sep 2018 - IntelliJ IDEA Blog: Using Java 11 In Production: Important Things To Know
Jun 2018 - DZone: Java Collections Are Evolving - original content for DZone; also featured in the "DZone Guide to Java" for 2018.
Jul 2017 - InfoQ: Painlessly Migrating to Java Jigsaw Modules - a Case Study
Oct 2016 - InfoQ: Ways to Make Code Reviews More Effective
Oct 2015 - Safari Books Online: Five Java 8 Features That You Won’t Be Able to Live Without
Oct 2015 - DZone: Why Java 8?
May 2015 - Voxxed: The Java Birthday Diaries: Part 3 – Trisha Gee on IDEs, Jigsaw, and C++ Hype
Dec 2014 - Voxxed: Developers Want to be Heard
Aug 2014 - MongoDB Blog: Getting started with MongoDB and Java, Part 1
Aug 2014 - MongoDB Blog: Getting started with MongoDB and Java, Part 2
Nov 2013 - O'Reilly Programming: Technical Tests: You’re Doing It Wrong, Part 1
Nov 2013 - O'Reilly Programming: Technical Tests: You’re Doing It Wrong, Part 2
Aug 2013 - MongoDB Blog: The MongoDB Java Driver 3.0
Aug 2013 - MongoDB Blog: The MongoDB Java Driver 3.0: What's changing