Track: Next Generation Web Standards, Frameworks, and Techniques
Day of week:
Tracy: The first talk is going to be with Jay Phelps, who is the co-author of redux-observable, and maintains a lot of the ES7 decorator libraries.
Web Pack is huge right now, so we have Sean Larkin who is on the Angular CLI core team and on the web pack core team. He was one of the people who switched over angular CLI to the web pack version. He will be joined by Patrick Stapleton, who has been doing a lot of stuff in web pack, especially around Angular too.
Ben Lesh, the main contributor for RxJS 5, will be talking about building applications with RxJS.
I get really excited about Ember, Angular and React and how all the different frameworks are working together, learning from each other and borrowing things from each other.
We have three people who are the main contributors of Ember, Angular and React, who will be talking about the strengths and the weaknesses of their frameworks. Taras Mankovski is an Ember mentor and OSS contributor, and Rob Wormald is part of the learning team for the Angular core team.
Dan Shaw from NodeSource will be talking about the node ecosystem, and how early decisions in Node have impacted the ecosystem as a whole.
Tracy: I tried to make this track as interesting as possible. You can come to a talk and you can sit there for 50 minutes, or you can really have multiple people involved.
by Jay Phelps
Senior Front End Engineer @Netflix
by Stefan Penner
Ember.js Core Team Member & Engineer @LinkedIn
by Jafar Husain
Cross-Team UI Technical Lead @Netflix
by Sean Larkin
Webpack maintainer, User Experience Developer @MutualofOmaha
Sean Larkin from the Webpack core team will break down the 4 concepts everyone should know when using webpack so they can take and make it their own.
At the end of this talk, you’ll set fire to every Gulpfile and Gruntfile you’ve ever written, destroy all those extra style and script tags in your...
by Ben Lesh
RxJS 5 Lead Author & Senior Software Engineer @Netflix
by Rob Wormald
Angular Core Team
by Paul Taylor
by Matthew J Dapena-Tretter
Front-end Engineer @Facebook
What happens when your web app loses connectivity? What happens when it's on a spotty mobile single? Despite using the latest and greatest frameworks, your push notifications and real-time application features won't work well if your web socket disconnects or your HTTP requests won't go through.
Enter reactive programming with RxJS. In this talk, we're going to talk about what RxJS is, and how it can be used to make your application more robust and resilient to network outages. We're...
by Taras Mankovski
Ember Mentor & OSS Contributor. Founder @EmberSherpa
by Rob Wormald
Angular Core Team
by Lee Byron
by Dan Shaw
Co-Founder and CTO @NodeSource
Monday Nov 7
Architectures You've Always Wondered About
You know the names. Now learn lessons from their architectures
Distributed Systems War Stories
“A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn't even know existed can render your own computer unusable.” - Lamport.
State of the art in Container deployment, management, scheduling
Art of Relevancy and Recommendations
Lessons on the adoption of practical, real-world machine learning practices. AI & Deep learning explored.
Next Generation Web Standards, Frameworks, and Techniques
Keeping life in balance is a challenge. Learn lifehacks, tips, & techniques for success.
Tuesday Nov 8
Next Generation Microservices
What will microservices look like in 3 years? What if we could start over?
Java: Are You Ready for This?
Real world lessons & prepping for JDK9. Reactive code in Java today, Performance/Optimization, Where Unsafe is heading, & JVM compile interface.
Big Data Meets the Cloud
Overviews and lessons learned from companies that have implemented their Big Data use-cases in the Cloud
Lessons/stories on optimizing the deployment pipeline
Software Engineering Softskills
Great engineers do more than code. Learn their secrets and level up.
Modern CS in the Real World
Applied, practical, & real-world dive into industry adoption of modern CS ideas
Wednesday Nov 9
Architecting for Failure
Your system will fail. Take control before it takes you with it.
Stream Processing, Near-Real Time Processing
Bare Metal Performance
Native languages, kernel bypass, tooling - make the most of your hardware
Culture as a Differentiator
The why and how for building successful engineering cultures
//TODO: Security <-- fix this
Building security from the start. Stories, lessons, and innovations advancing the field of software security.
Bots, virtual reality, voice, and new thought processes around design. The track explores the current art of the possible in UX and lessons from early adoption.