Session Schedule

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

Tuesday

No Sessions

Wednesday

9:30 AM

Using Python to Develop a Discord Bot

Presented by: Raphael Gotfryd
Time: Wednesday 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Discord is the best way to communicate with your gamer friends. But what if I told you that you could create games with it? Well, you can in the form of a Discord bot. In this session we will go over many details about the Discord bot, and have a code along where you can make your own bot game for...

Room: BanyanTrack: KidzMashTags: PythonFormat: KidzMash DivezLevel: Intermediate

Thursday

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

9:45 AM

Time traveling in the cloud. Time series analytics with Microsoft Azure.

Presented by: Sam Vanhoutte
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

The data collected in IoT scenarios are often thought of as a ‘time series”. Through this data it’s possible to understand the past and use this data to anticipate the future. But time traveling is never straight forward. That’s why in this session Sam will walk you through the processing of...

Room: Indigo BayTrack: DataTags: .NET, Cloud, Big Data, PythonFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
11:00 AM

If You Don’t Have a Failing Test, You Don’t Have S***

Presented by: Nate Berent-Spillson
Time: Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

My go-to technique for just about every problem is a failing unit test. Many developers think of unit tests as something they're forced to write to hit some coverage metric, but when you look at it as a way to prove or disprove a hypothesis—it becomes a very powerful tool for problem-solving. It's...

Room: Salon E/DTrack: Programming PrinciplesTags: .NET, Cloud, Functional Programming, Java, Javascript, Mobile, Leadership, Ruby/Rails, Python, Soft Skills/Business, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate