Ariel Tseitlin discusses Netflix' suite of tools, collectively called the Simian Army, used to improve resiliency and maintain the cloud environment. The tools simulate failure in order to see how the system reacts to it.
Hugo Duncan introduces Ritz, a set of tools for debugging, inspecting, project reloading, with codeq and lein integration, showing how to use it with nrepl.el in Emacs.
Jono Mallanyk and Ben Burton delve into the hands-on approach they've taken to cross-functional pairing to design and build products quickly and effectively. They'll detail how and when to involve execution in the lean process, tools and techniques they've found useful for developers and designers working together, and do some live cross-functional pairing to demonstrate their process.
Ian Goodsell discusses the challenges encountered with tool versioning and new approaches needed to support continuous delivery.
Mat Wall describes some of the tools & techniques that are used within the UK Government Digital Service to try and make the government behave less like an enterprise and more like a startup.
Robbie Clutton takes a look at the tools assisting a startup in making technical decisions needed for scaling and growing.
Rachel Laycock discusses using a polyglot build and deployment infrastructure that makes life easier.
Dietmar Kuehl discusses creating a C/C++ source code analyzer based on clang.
Ben Evans discusses garbage collection in Java along with some tooling for understanding and visualizing how it works.
Tavis Rudd demoes writing a small system using several languages and deploying it by issuing voice commands without touching the keyboard.
Godfrey Nolan introduces the necessary pieces to set up continuous integration for iOS and Android: Hudson/Jenkins, headless emulators, unit testing tools, functional testing and beta app deployment.
Paul Ingles explains how Clojure’s approach to immutable data has helped uSwitch to treat everything as data and build many tools that operate on the same data without contention.