Dean Leffingwell describes the values, principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework, how it is delivering faster time-to-market, more engagement, higher quality, and increased productivity.
Ken Kousen talks about Geb, which makes it easy to automate browser-based applications. Geb is based on the Spock testing framework, providing a straightforward syntax and easy execution model.
Mark Lines keynotes on the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework, scaling an Agile strategy, and practices for successfully scaling Agile.
Paul King presents examples of Groovy and its application: DSL, dynamic typing, extensible static type system, Android programming, concurrency, functional, frameworks and tools.
Irina Guberman discusses maximizing throughput on multicore systems with Erlang and the Jobs framework by Ulf Wiger.
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.
Diana Larsen advises on how to get the most from retrospective practices, introducing a framework for getting better outcomes from retrospective meetings.
Jeremy Saenz discusses the use of web frameworks, suggesting that libraries, such as his open source project Martini, can better serve the needs of web development.
Sara Vieira presents some of the apps, command line tools and frameworks available to the front-end developer.
Elasticity is a key component in reactive systems and James Ward navigates the different characteristics of different implementations of this concept: Akka, Scala, RxJava, and more.