With 8 years of experience in software engineering across multiple industries like Museums, Government, Banks, gaming, entertainment, Jernej has worked on full stack development of native applications from mobile to desktop applications. Jernej Kavka (JK) is proficient on Windows platform development from legacy to modern applications.
MY VIDEOS ON SSW TV
NDC Sydney 2020 – Ask Me Anything!
Matt Wicks talks with Yaser about his talk at NDC: Tuning web performance with just browser APIs For more interviews, watch the full video playlist:
Machine Learning simplified for Developers with ML.NET – Jernej “JK” Kavka
Microsoft recently launched ML.NET 1.1 which is a great entry point for .NET developers and to gain experience building something with Machine Learning. With the recent release of ML.NET Model Builder, we can create machine learning models by attempting to import raw data first and over time curate the data, to get better results. JK…
Real-time Face Recognition With Microsoft Cognitive Services
This session is all about Microsoft Face API in practice! JK, the man behind SSWSophie.com, will cover what it means to use Microsoft Cognitive Services in real-time, why offline detection libraries are essential and why you should use infrared and depth cameras like Kinect and Intel RealSense in your applications.
Making unit tests simple again with .Net Core and EF Core | Jernej Kavka at DDD Sydney 2018
Unit testing can be hard especially when databases are involved. In this talk, JK will teach you how to include EF Core to simplify testing of “Will this actually work on a real DB” while keeping the tests self-contained and repeatable. You’ll also walk away knowing how cool the combination of EF Core in-memory and…
NDC Sydney 2017 – Ask Me Anything! with Jernej Kavka (JK) and Daniel Chambers (F#, C# .NET Core)
NDC returned to Sydney this year and SSW TV was there to catch all the action with our Ask Me Anything! sessions. As usual there were a host of top industry pros talking about various subjects related to software development. SSW TV was there to run the ‘Ask Me Anything’ booth, where we grabbed some…