Session Schedule

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

Tuesday

8:00 AM

Building Your First Voice Experience with Alexa

Presented by: Jeff Blankenburg
Time: Tuesday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This workshop will dive right in to getting you set up and started building a voice-based experience with Alexa. You will leave this session with a working Alexa skill that you can customize and publish as your own. We will cover topics around voice design best practices, voice interactions,...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Cloud, Big Data, Design (UI/UX/CSS), Javascript, TestingFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Introductory and overview

Wednesday

1:00 PM

Freaky-Fast Full Stack with the FERN Stack

Presented by: Keith Kurak
Time: Wednesday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Can you code, build, and deploy a full-stack app with a web, iOS, and Android front-end in four hours? If it's possible, you'll at least have a fighting chance with the FERN stack: Firebase, Expo, and React Native. This fast-paced session will walk you through writing a messaging app front-end in...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: MobileTags: Javascript, MobileFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Introductory and overview

Thursday

9:15 AM

Asynchronous JavaScript: Livin' On A Prayer

Presented by: Bob Fornal
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

There is a unique world where Single-Threaded JavaScript manages to be much more. JavaScript interacts with its environment in ways that allow it to handle Asynchronous activities. Using several detailed code examples, we will examine these examples in a unique way to show how these interactions...

Room: Salon A/HTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
11:45 AM

Automating & Monitoring Seedling Growth in the Cloud Using IoT, Messaging & Micronaut

Presented by: Todd Sharp
Time: Thursday 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

It all started with a small project to pass the time during The Great Quarantine of 2020. I bought some chiles from the local farmer’s market (with proper face coverings and social distancing, of course), fermented my first batch of hot sauce, and shared it with a few friends around the globe. I...

Room: Indigo BayTrack: HardwareTags: Cloud, Hardware, Java, JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
1:00 PM

Protecting your API with OAuth

Presented by: Dan Moore
Time: Thursday 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

OAuth is a well known standard and is useful for delegating authentication and authorization decisions to a central identity provider. As a developer, you’ve given a token when a grant completes. But what happens then? This talk will discuss client and server side code and logic needed when...

Room: ZambeziTrack: ArchitectureTags: Javascript, SecurityFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Enterprise Observability with OpenTelemetry

Presented by: Christopher Judd
Time: Thursday 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Enterprise applications are complex. A transaction starting in the browser will go through proxies, api gateways, security appliances, application performance monitoring tools, logs, microservices and more microservices. Historically there has been no standard way to get observability and...

Room: Sagewood / ZebrawoodTrack: DevOpsTags: Cloud, Java, JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
3:30 PM

Designing Reusable Components…That Are Actually Reusable

Presented by: Cory House
Time: Thursday 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Modern UIs are often composed of reusable components written in React, Vue, Angular, whatever. In these modern technologies, creating a component is easy. However, creating a truly reusable component is hard. In this session, we'll explore the tradeoffs inherent in reusable component design, and...

Room: ZambeziTrack: UI/DesignTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Friday

9:45 AM

The Case for GraphQL

Presented by: Kyle Schrade
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

We will be diving into why someone would want to use GraphQL and what are the benefits of using it. Starting from what is GraphQL and ending with how it can make your stack much more flexible and improve your day-to-day developer experience. We will look at many examples from our work at StockX that...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), Javascript, MobileFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Yarn Berry: a next generation package manager

Presented by: Michael Richardson
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

The recently released Yarn Berry (aka Yarn 2) brings a host of great new features for JavaScript developers. The slick new CLI, more readable output, clear errors, and significant enhancements to workspaces make Yarn Berry a solid upgrade from the already impressive Yarn 1. But with an incredible...

Room: Sagewood / ZebrawoodTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview