Erwin Bauer proposes designers to challenge the status quo, identifying and solving potential problems, promoting change by redefining themselves.
ASPIRE:Exploiting Asynchronous Parallelism in Iterative Algorithms using a Relaxed Consistency-based DSM
The authors present a relaxed memory consistency model and consistency protocol that tolerate communication latency and minimize the use of stale values, outperforming other models.
Matt Barcomb discusses how leaders should evolve from "managing resources" to "designing systems", balancing authority with accountability and the issue of compensation plans based on performance.
Colin Mower discusses the challenges met using together Cloud, Big Data, Mobile and Security and how these can work together to achieve business value.
Portia Tung discusses the concept of Hope, trying to help us better understand the relationship with Hope and figure out how to achieve even our most ambitious of goals.
Gil Tene introduces org.ObjectLayout, a new Java package designed specifically to enable JVMs to optimize memory layout for arrays and objects matching the performance of arrays of structs in C.
Kristoffer Dyrkorn presents the experiences gained by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration in building a new infrastructure for road traffic measurements.
Baruch Sadogursky discusses how to maintain Grails plug-ins that play well with other plug-ins existing in the ecosystem.
Ken Kousen discusses combining various technologies: Groovy, Ratpack, MongoDB, Grails, REST.
Fabrice Matrat shows how advanced architectural libraries, such as cujoJS and RaveJS, provide parallels to many of the concepts people love in Grails.
Stefan Tilkov entertains the audience with architectural disasters in software projects, how excellent ideas turned into nightmares, how one can slowly but thoroughly introduce incredible complexity.
Tom Quinn on how News Corp has adapted its app infrastructure and adopted a cloud-first strategy to meet the challenges of a digital world driven by consumers innovating faster than many businesses.