Watch Party

25 January 2023
4:30pm – 8pm

Join our Exclusive SpringOne Watch Party

Whilst SpringOne has gone virtual; bringing the developer community together online to inspire and connect, we couldn’t miss the opportunity for some in-person collaboration and knowledge sharing.

We are hosting an exclusive watch party in Amsterdam and combining it with a Tanzu Application Platform introduction and demo so that you get the best of both worlds.

Join us for an event hosted by Michael Coté. We will kick off with an overview of the key messages from day one, then watch the likes of Juergen Hoeller, Josh Long, DeShaun Carter and Cora Iberkleid as we stream the SpringOne event on the big screen. We will then have a demo of the Tanzu Application Platform as well as an opportunity to network and ask your questions to our Spring experts. Attend our event and you could win a Lego Technic McLaren F1 car. Refreshments and food will be provided!


Bring your own laptop/device

Current version of Chrome or Edge browser needed to run the workshop

Places are limited, register now to secure your spot.


16:30-17:00pm Welcome and Spring One Key Messages – Michael Coté
17:00-17:40pm Live Streaming: Spring Framework 6 – Juergen Hoeller
17:40 – 18:20pm Break – Networking & Refreshments
18:20-19:00pm Live Streaming: What’s on TAP: Refining Modern Spring Application Development – Cora Iberkleid, Greg Meyer and Ryan Baxter
19:00-20:00pm The VMware Tanzu Application Platform Demo – David Caron & Viktor van den Berg
20:00pm-20:15pm Networking and ‘ask the experts’ with Michael Coté, David Caron & Viktor van den Berg
20:15pm-20:30pm Prize draw


Mohamed Shahat, Lead Solutions Engineer at Tanzu
Mohamed Shahat is a passionate Software Architect with a background in distributed systems, service-oriented, microservices and cloud-native architectures. Shahat has served tens of clients across industries in the EMEA region.
In recent years, he has been spending his time helping teams with their journey to cloud-native and guiding them with the deployment of technologies such as Spring, CloudFoundry and Kubernetes. Shahat is particularly interested in Modern Software practices and helping Enterprises scale by building and running Software and transforming their ways of working. Shahat is a Certified Kubernetes Administrator and Developer and is a member of the IEEE Computer Society. Twitter @mshahat_eg
Nat.jpeg Nataraj Basappa, Software Architect

Nataraj Basappa is a multi-skilled Software Architect with a background in software development and delivery in diverse areas such as eCommerce, Telecom, Broadcast-Media and Insurance. Nataraj has been helping customers with their digital transformation with the cloud-native stack. He is a Certified Kubernetes administrator and Developer. Twitter @natarajmb

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We each have different backgrounds and experiences. At VMware, we have three core values that we expect all to abide by: do the right thing, do what works, and be kind.

Expected behaviour

  1. Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative.
  2. Refrain from using any demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behaviour and speech.

Unacceptable behaviour

Unacceptable behaviour may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  1. Harassment and discrimination, which includes: any verbal, physical, or visual conduct based on sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, transgender status, race, age, national origin, disability, or other protected characteristics; inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in public spaces (including presentation slides); deliberate intimidation, stalking, or following; harassing photography or recording; sustained disruption of sessions, talks, or other events; and inappropriate physical contact, or any unwelcome sexual attention.
  2. Using any boisterous, lewd, or offensive behaviour or language; using sexually explicit or offensive language or conduct; using profanity, obscene gestures, or racial, religious, homophobic, transphobic, or ethnic slurs; commenting about a person’s body or sexual activity; and discussing sexual activity.
  3. Failing to obey any of the rules or regulations of the event or instructions of the event staff.
  4. Participating in any other illegal activity not already covered above.

Consequences of unacceptable behaviour

We won’t tolerate unacceptable behaviour. If a participant engages in unacceptable behaviour, the event organisers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the event without warning or refund and, if appropriate, involving local law enforcement. Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behaviour is expected to comply immediately.

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We thank our attendees in advance for your help in keeping the event welcoming, respectful, and friendly to all participants.


Thank you!

Thank you for your interest. Registration for this event is closed.

We look forward to you joining us.


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7th floor wing A,
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