Leo Shuster shows how to combine service architecture and lifecycle management, funding, SOA governance and metrics in order to develop individual projects and an SOA initiative in the same time.
Dave Hoover and Paul Pagel discuss the patterns of behavior they've observed in successful apprenticeships.
Micah Martin introduces Limelight, a JRuby GUI library that uses the theater metaphor for writing GUIs. The talk introduces basic concepts, how to style GUIs, and much more.
Stefan Norberg presents Unibet.com’s architecture which uses XHTML 1.0, CSS 2.1, YUI, caching, compression, image spriting, and CDN striping for front-end plus multiple replicas for scaling out.
Kevin Efrusy and Salil Deshpande talk about what makes a business successful or not, presenting three actual cases they have been involved with: Hyperic, G2One, SpringSource.
Chris Riley presents security issues threatening service based systems, examining security threats, presenting measures to reduce the risks, and mentioning available security frameworks.
This talk investigates technical issues encountered when moving to an Agile process.
Don Box and Amanda Laucher present “M”, a declarative language for building data models, domain models or external DSLs. Don Box's demos show some of M’s features and latest changes of the language.
Schneider on 7 service testing fundamentals: thoroughly testing, large amounts of realistic data, security testing, high productivity, tracking test results, realistic loads, and proper governing.
Amanda Laucher and Josh Graham introduce the audience to F# basics showing some of its main features, emphasizing what makes it better than imperative languages, and also showing F# code samples.
Yehuda Katz explains Rails 3: the performance improvements, the new architecture, the influence of Merb, and much more. Also: a look at the Bundler tool.
Belkin and Dawson discuss LinkedIn’s requirements, then the internal architecture of the social network, presenting the service API, especially Network Updates, and the applications built on them.