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Systems that Never Stop (and Erlang)

Posted by Joe Armstrong  on  Oct 30, 2009 1 Posted by Joe Armstrong Follow 2 Followers  on  Oct 30, 2009 1

Joe Armstrong on 6 reliability laws, Isolation, Concurrency, Failure Detection, Fault Identification, Live Code Upgrade, Stable Storage, showing how they are respected in Erlang, plus some examples.


Real-life SOA

Posted by Michael Poulin  on  Oct 29, 2009 3 Posted by Michael Poulin Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 29, 2009 3

Based on real-life cases, Michael Poulin shows how to use 7 service oriented principles to handle service behavior in the execution context and UI changes, and how to prepare for unexpected changes.


Simplifying Java EE with Grails

Posted by Graeme Rocher  on  Oct 24, 2009 Posted by Graeme Rocher Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 24, 2009

Graeme Rocher introduces Groovy and its corresponding web framework, Grails, followed by a code writing demo intended to highlight the advantages of using Grails over Java EE for web applications.


Agile Distributed Development Done Right Using Fully Distributed Scrum

Posted by Guido Schoonheim  on  Oct 23, 2009 9 Posted by Guido Schoonheim Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 23, 2009 9

This talk discusses a number of patterns common for setting up Agile Distributed Development and will show the results that can be achieved once you get into a good Fully Distributed Scrum.


Functional Programming with a Mainstream Language

Posted by Sadek Drobi  on  Oct 22, 2009 2 Posted by Sadek Drobi Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 22, 2009 2

Sadek Drobi shows how he applied functional programming principles, like recursion, functions, monads, to a real-life project which needed to meet certain performance requirements.


JavaScript in the Enterprise

Posted by Attila Szegedi  on  Oct 21, 2009 Posted by Attila Szegedi Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 21, 2009

Attila Szegedi discusses Javascript in the enterprise, scalability, architectural solutions, continuations, organizational benefits and challenges, code quality, modularity and threading.


Real World IronPython

Posted by Michael Foord  on  Oct 18, 2009 3 Posted by Michael Foord Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 18, 2009 3

Michael Foord discusses IronPython, the DLR, static vs. dynamic typing, integration, Resolver One, embedding IronPython, error handling, dynamic operations, and functions as delegates.


REST-based Integration Architecture for a Financial Business Service

Posted by Phillip Ghadir  on  Oct 13, 2009 1 Posted by Phillip Ghadir Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 13, 2009 1

Phillip Ghadir presents an application initially built using SOAP, WSDL, WS-*, and was later migrated to REST, Atom, and AtomPub, explaining the decisions made, the pitfalls and the lessons learned.


Enterprise Java FX for the Web Platform

Posted by Peter Pilgrim  on  Oct 12, 2009 Posted by Peter Pilgrim Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 12, 2009

Peter Pilgrim makes an introduction to Java FX, presenting its scripting language, the standard deployment method of applications, client integration with the server and what’s planned for its future.


CI from the Trenches: Real-World Continuous Integration Challenges (and what to do about them)

Posted by Julian Simpson  on  Oct 12, 2009 Posted by Julian Simpson Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 12, 2009

This session will attempt to answer all those questions and more. The presenter will share his experiences of 5 years of being a professional build manager, using examples taken from real projects.


Is Domain-Driven Design More than Entities and Repositories?

Posted by Jimmy Nilsson  on  Oct 10, 2009 3 Posted by Jimmy Nilsson Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 10, 2009 3

Jimmy Nilsson explains why DDD is different: it builds on collaboration and feedback, incorporates deep domain knowledge, having as end result: reduced complexity, testability, and maintainability.


Turning on a sixpence - No excuses: Concept To Cash Every Week

Posted by Kris Lander  on  Oct 05, 2009 2 Posted by Kris Lander Follow 0 Followers , Gus Power Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 05, 2009 2

This session shows the technical aspects of what's required to iteratively build a product that always performs, and the skill and discipline needed to deliver software to production every week.

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