Session Schedule

Session Schedule2019-01-07T06:25:51-05:00

Tuesday

No Sessions

Wednesday

No Sessions

Thursday

9:15 AM

Regex is for .*

Presented by: Jean Lange
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Regular expressions are a powerful tool available to coders in many programming languages - but they’re so cryptic and hard to read/work with! Let’s explore what they can do for you and where you might want to use them. Then we’ll dive into regex101.com and the regex crossword for practical...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Programming PrinciplesFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
11:45 AM

The Elegance of “The Simplest Possible Thing”: Applying Simplicity Principles to Complex Problems

Presented by: Nate Berent-Spillson
Time: Thursday 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Software development is complex work. Business requirements, platforms, and technology itself are all complex elements. Through all this complexity, software developers often try to create complex solutions that meet all the requirements at once. Similarly, when faced with a complex problem, they...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: .NET, Cloud, Functional Programming, Java, Javascript, Leadership, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
4:45 PM

Putting the FUN back in Fundamentals: Data Structures, Algorithms, and More!

Presented by: Matt Williams
Time: Thursday 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

In this session, we will bring FUN back to Fundamentals as we: * Look at favorite data structures and algorithms from the 70s, 80s, and 90s: where are they today? You won't believe #7! * Discover why hashes aren't just for breakfast. * Discover the Lolrus' favorite data structure (hint: it's got...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: .NET, Functional Programming, Java, Javascript, Other, Ruby/Rails, PythonFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Friday

8:30 AM

Understanding Probabilistic Data Structures with 112,092 UFO Sightings

Presented by: Guy Royse
Time: Friday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

There are three reactions to the title of this talk: - What the heck’s a probabilistic data structure? - UFO Sightings… wha? - 112,092 is an oddly specific number. This is a talk about the first bullet point with the second thrown in just for fun. I like weird stuff—UFOs, Bigfoot, peanut...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: OtherFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview