Aaron Quint shares an honest story of a team's journey, taken from his experience as CTO of Paperless Post, an organization which went from 5 to over 100 people and from a dev team of 2 to 40.
Kovas Boguta, David Nolen discuss embracing demand-driven architectures to be able to more flexibly accommodate the rapidly transforming needs of the clients.
Mike Hartington introduces Ionic and its components, builds a sample app, and explores the suite of tools and services Ionic provides for hybrid mobile app development.
Benjamin Hindman discusses Apache Mesos, focusing on the Mesos API and how the primitives provided by Mesos can make it easier to build new stateful services and frameworks.
Sam Aaron introduces Sonic Pi, a live coding system installed by default on all Raspberry Pis and used in a variety of venues from Algoraves to international music venues.
David Tanzer introduces Clojure and ClojureScript, discussing the language basics and some libraries useful for writing real applications.
Guy Davidson, Tom Miles discuss 64-bit programming pitfalls, Unity builds, writing portable code, and persuading a large development team of varying levels of skill to write portable code as well.
Troy Hunt explain how to discover the vulnerabilities of one’s own APIs, identifying common security anti-patterns.
Annalisa Sarasini talks about how industry standards, open source, HTML5 and hosted services are today leveraged by leading buy and sell side firms when implementing single and cross asset solutions.
Gil Tene provides an overview of JIT compiler optimization techniques and their impact on common market-open slowdown scenarios.
Niklas Gustavsson presents Spotify's 2-layer services, and how the UNIX philosophy of composing components that does a single thing well works on a greater scale.
Yoni Goldberg discusses the many advantages that microservices can offer or has offered to the Gilt engineering team, as well as the challenges and how Gilt’s engineers solved these challenges.