Sponsored Solution Track I

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Rethinking SaaS Entitlement Management with Feature Flags

Monday Oct 2 / 10:35AM PDT

Feature flags are typically associated with continuous delivery feature access management. They allow you to temporarily limit production access to a new feature while it's being developed and tested, then open access for your users once it's ready.

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Brian Rinaldi

Developer Experience Engineer @LaunchDarkly

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Bill Tarr

SaaS Evangelist, AWS SaaS Factory @AWS


The 10 REST Commandments

Monday Oct 2 / 11:45AM PDT

Learn how to build amazing REST-based APIs that your customers will love with ten universally applicable and easy-to-follow rules. The rules are: 

Speaker image - Vedran  Cindrić
Vedran Cindrić

Founder and CEO @ Treblle


Build and Deploy Retrieval Augmented Generative Pipelines with Haystack

Monday Oct 2 / 01:35PM PDT

Retrieval Augmented Generative pipelines (RAG) are one of the most effective techniques to leveraging LLMs for production.

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Thomas Stadelmann

Senior Software Engineer at Deepset

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Tuana Celik

Developer Advocate @Deepset


Beyond the Hype: The Impact of GenAI on Software Engineering Teams Productivity

Monday Oct 2 / 02:45PM PDT

In a realm often saturated with predictable discussions about artificial intelligence, StackSpot is pioneering a fresh approach to Gen AI.

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João Batista Neto

Product Manager @StackSpot


Delegate Engineering Toil to the Robots

Monday Oct 2 / 03:55PM PDT

Developer Experience is Real. And it’s not defined by metrics. It’s defined by the ability to get rid of all the parts of the job that suck, and empowering your developers to focus on their core job. DevEx is about removing the suck.

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Dylan Etkin

CEO & Co-Founder @Sleuth


Building Organizational Resilience by Creating Generative Organizations

Monday Oct 2 / 05:05PM PDT

2004, Professor Ron Westrum published his influential paper on how organizations process information. In that paper, Prof. Westrum described three archetypes of organizations, along with characteristics of how they process information. They are pathological, bureaucratic, and generative.

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Rishi Markenday

Engineering leader @McKinsey & Company


Monday Oct 2 / 09:00AM PDT