John Allspaw provides a glimpse into how other fields handle incident response, including active steps companies can take to support engineers in those uncertain and ambiguous scenarios.
Jay Billings presents the Eclipse Science Working group, its history, members, current projects, and plans for the future.
Steven Willmott looks at how APIs’ value helps genuine success for an API program and an organization's platform initiatives as a whole, including examples and takeaways.
Peter Bakas presents in detail how Netflix has used Kafka, Samza, Docker, and Linux to implement a multi-tenant pipeline processing 700B events/day in the Amazon AWS cloud.
Richard Astbury demonstrates three new programming languages and discusses how they will affect the future direction of computer programming.
Chris Rasmussen discusses NGA's open source strategy, how contributing to open source is changing government partnerships, and the agency's cultural pivot toward a more unclassified future.
Irad Ben-Gal discusses Big Data analytics misconceptions, presenting a technology predicting consumer behavior patterns that can be translated into wins, revenue gains, and localized assortments.
Jon Jagger takes a look at pair programming, a technique focused on the team rather than the individual, wondering why it is not more used if it as effective as some of the evidence shows.
For over a year now, Adrian has been reading a research paper every weekday and posting a summary to his blog, 'The Morning Paper.' This is the story of what he has learned on the journey
Jim Benson notices that some organizations keep their silos and have even created a DevOps one, suggesting that what is needed is a UXDevQAOPS group or simply Collaborative Development.
Tyler Jewell introduces Eclipse Che, the platform and the new approach to workspace, demoing along with SAP, Red Hat, IBM, and Microsoft its current level of integration with various cloud providers.
Robert Martin walks through some of the history of programming languages, and then prognosticates on the future of languages.