Session Schedule

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

Tuesday

No Sessions

Wednesday

No Sessions

Thursday

9:15 AM

Kotlin for C# Developers

Presented by: Alex Dunn
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Dive into the latest craze in languages and platforms - Kotlin. This time we will be looking at it from the perspective of a .NET C# developer, draw comparisons between the languages, and bridge the gap between these 2 amazing languages. We'll look at: - Kotlin as a language - Platforms Kotlin is...

Room: Indigo BayTrack: MobileTags: .NET, Java, Mobile, OtherFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Going crazy with CQRS

Presented by: Seth Kraut
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

CQRS stands for Command Query Responsibility Segregation, which doesn’t clarify that much. CQRS is a high performance, event oriented flavor of Domain Driven Design. CQRS challenges our normal conception of design. By separating read and write logic, this architecture unlocks unique possibilities....

Room: Sagewood / ZebrawoodTrack: ArchitectureTags: .NET, JavaFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Taking a byte of Java Bytecode

Presented by: Magnus Stahre
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Java, Scala, Groovy, Kotlin, JRuby, Jython, Clojure. What do all these languages have in common? They are all powered by Java Bytecode. With the current ecosystem of languages running on the JVM, it is becoming important to learn more about the least common denominator. This talk gives an...

Room: Portia/WisteriaTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: JavaFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
11:45 AM

Modular Monolith: the Best of Both Worlds

Presented by: Seth Kraut
Time: Thursday 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

First, everyone wrote monoliths, but monoliths invariably become a big ball of mud. Now, microservices are all the rage, but they come with significant complexity. Modular monoliths combine the simple development and deployment of monoliths with much of the decoupling of microservices. This session...

Room: Portia/WisteriaTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: .NET, JavaFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
4:45 PM

Mutation Testing to the rescue of your Tests

Presented by: Nicolas Fränkel
Time: Thursday 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

Unit testing ensures your production code is relevant. But what does ensure your testing code is relevant? Come discover mutation testing and make sure your never forget another assert again. In the realm of testing, the code coverage metrics is the most often talked about. However, it doesn’t...

Room: OrangeTrack: Software QualityTags: Java, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Friday

8:30 AM

Speed, security and simplicity: Creating Container Images with Cloud Native Buildpacks

Presented by: Daniel Mikusa
Time: Friday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Buildpacks are a pluggable, modular, language-agnostic tool that takes application source code and in turn give you an OCI (Open Container Initiative) image which you can run using Docker, Kubernetes or your OCI Runtime of choice. Developers: You no longer need to worry about tedious tasks like...

Room: Salon HTrack: DevOpsTags: .NET, Cloud, Java, Javascript, Ruby/Rails, Python, SecurityFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
9:45 AM

Serialization for the new micro service landscape

Presented by: Leonardo de Moura Rocha Lima
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Serialization is often overlooked when developing backend systems, and this wasn’t (and still isn’t) a problem inside a monolith. But with the developing scene moving towards micro services, serialization becomes really important - how to serialize your data? What aspects do you need to...

Room: Salon ETrack: ArchitectureTags: Cloud, JavaFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
11:00 AM

You Version Your Code, Why Not Your Database?

Presented by: Derek Binkley
Time: Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Code versioning is an integral part of any developers daily workflow. However, database changes are often handled manually making automatic code deploys a challenge. If something goes wrong, rolling back a deployment requires either complex and possibly untested scripts or a database...

Room: OrangeTrack: DataTags: JavaFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Explain it to me like I'm 5: Oauth2 & OpenID

Presented by: Daniel Mikusa
Time: Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Oauth2 and OpenID are quickly becoming mainstays for application developers. Companies want integrated authentication to reduce security footprints and users expect the convenience of single sign-on. As an application developer, it's up to you to facilitate this in your applications. In this talk,...

Room: Aloeswood / LeopardwoodTrack: SecurityTags: .NET, Cloud, Java, Javascript, SecurityFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
12:15 PM

Calculating Insulin With Automated Carb Counting Using AI, ML and Web Bluetooth

Presented by: Todd Sharp
Time: Friday 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Diabetes is a disease that affects 400 million people worldwide. Managing the disease means eating a healthy diet, getting routine exercise, monitoring blood sugar levels and administering insulin to manage those levels. The good news is that technology exists to help people manage the disease....

Room: MangroveTrack: ArchitectureTags: Cloud, Java, Javascript, MobileFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
2:45 PM

5 Ideas For Writing Better Cloud Native Microservices

Presented by: Todd Sharp
Time: Friday 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

In theory, microservices are easy. The promise of loosely coupled, scalable services that can each be independently built, tested and deployed sounds amazing, doesn’t it? On top of that, each service can be written in whatever language the development deems appropriate – using their framework of...

Room: CypressTrack: ArchitectureTags: Cloud, Java, JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Designing a DSL with Kotlin

Presented by: Nicolas Fränkel
Time: Friday 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Although Kotlin has made a huge impact on Android, it’s equally good on the server side. As Domain-Specific Languages are constrained by the language they run on, Kotlin frees developers from Java fluent builders to propose something better. Using the Hazelcast configuration API as an example,...

Room: RosewoodTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: Java, OtherFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
4:00 PM

Thirst-quenching Streams for the Reactive Mind

Presented by: Mary Grygleski
Time: Friday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

With the advances in multicore hardware and virtualization technologies, and the demand for highly responsive, resilient, and elastic systems and increasingly sophisticated applications, an array of reactive data stream processing libraries have been born to address the needs. Reactive Streams is...

Room: Portia/WisteriaTrack: ArchitectureTags: Functional Programming, Java, OtherFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate