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by Mohamed Hegazy
Engineering Lead for the TypeScript project
by Tom Croucher
Engineer Manager @Uber
Writing software is about making something that provides value, the code is a side effect. The trouble knowing what is valuable (or the correct way to make it) is hard to accomplish up front. This means that we build software in iterative cycles, one features or version at a time allowing us to keep correcting our approach to maximize value.This talk is about saying no. It's about saying no to developers who want to build a useless temple of code, because they aren't focused on value. It's...
by Adam Miskiewicz
Interactive Director + Founder @ChalkChisel
Facebook is no longer the only company with mobile apps powered by React Native in the App Store. React Native is new, but it’s much more than just a toy. It’s an extremely powerful and efficient way to build mobile applications. Let’s go beyond the React Native docs and talk about how to build performant and productionready React Native applications. I’ll discuss:
● Using React (web) best practices in a native environment (with Redux, Relay, and GraphQL)
● Why you shouldn...
by Ada Edwards
This talk hopes to introduce what is needed for Virtual Reality in the Web. Starting with explaining the fundamentals of rendering 3D graphics with THREE.js and moving on to setting up Virtual Reality in the web browser with Google Cardboard, finally discussing some of the issues with building for a Virtual Reality web.
by Jerome Etienne
Lead of Three.js & 8th Most Active User on Github
Augmented Reality is everywhere. It is a hot and powerful topic. Everyone is doing it: Facebook with Occulus Rift, Microsoft with Hololens, Google with google glass or DAQRI with the Smart Helmet. We wanted to experiment with Augmented Reality on the web as well. That's how WebAR was born, an open source project which does Augmented Reality using web standards. We were wondering how far we could push the technology...the good news is that we can go pretty far! First, we succeeded on making...
Covering innovative topics
Monday Nov 16
Architectures You've Always Wondered About
Silicon Valley to Beijing: Exploring some of the world's most intrigiuing architectures
Applied Machine Learning
How to start using machine learning and data science in your environment today. Latest and greatest best practices.
Browser as a platform (Realizing HTML5)
Exciting new standards like Service Workers, Push Notifications, and WebRTC are making the browser a formidable platform.
Modern Languages in Practice
The rise of 21st century languages: Go, Rust, Swift
Our most innovative companies reimagining the org structure
Level up your approach to problem solving and leave everything better than you found it.
Tuesday Nov 17
Containers in Practice
Build resilient, reactive systems one service at a time.
Architecting for Failure
Your system will fail. Take control before it takes you with it.
Modern CS in the Real World
Real-world Industry adoption of modern CS ideas
The Amazing Potential of .NET Open Source
From language design in the open to Rx.NET, there is amazing potential in an Open Source .NET
Keeping life in balance is always a challenge. Learning lifehacks
Unlearning Performance Myths
Lessons on the reality of performance, scale, and security
Wednesday Nov 18
Streaming Data @ Scale
Real-time insights at Cloud Scale & the technologies that make them happen!
Taking Java to the Next Level
Modern, lean Java. Focuses on topics that push Java beyond how you currently think about it.
The Dark Side of Security
Lessons from your enemies
Taming Distributed Architecture
Reactive architectures, CAP, CRDTs, consensus systems in practice
Lessons on building highly effective organizations