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59:50

Making the Most out of a Bad Day as a Developer

Posted by Wim Remes  on  Jul 04, 2017 Posted by Wim Remes  on  Jul 04, 2017

Wim Remes talks about the war stories from his experience as a penetration tester and the numerous years of work with development teams building secure development practices.

15:22

Agile Reorgs - A Survival Guide

Posted by Katy Saulpaugh  on  Jul 02, 2017 Posted by Katy Saulpaugh  on  Jul 02, 2017

Katy Saulpaugh discusses how to approach reorganizations for Agile teams and minimize the pain using change management techniques.

15:48

Microservices and Mobile

Posted by Oleksii Fedorov  on  Jul 02, 2017 Posted by Oleksii Fedorov  on  Jul 02, 2017

Oleksii Fedorov advises on creating mobile applications, what practices to use and what to avoid.

20:52

GraphQL for All? A Few Things to Think about before Blindly Dumping REST for GraphQL

Posted by Arnaud Lauret  on  Jul 01, 2017 Posted by Arnaud Lauret  on  Jul 01, 2017

Arnaud Lauret discusses REST vs. GraphQL, comparing their strengths and weaknesses, suggesting evaluating both before making a decision.

45:45

AaaS – Anything as a Service. Anything Left to Do, Then?

Posted by Dustin Huptas  on  Jul 01, 2017 Posted by Dustin Huptas  on  Jul 01, 2017

Dustin Huptas compares private infrastructure with cloud IaaS. PaaS, serverless, considering pros and cons and discussing cases where either model makes sense.

34:44

Beyond Big Data - The Realization of an Active Grid in the Age of Fog Computing

Posted by Jan Forrslow  on  Jul 01, 2017 Posted by Jan Forrslow  on  Jul 01, 2017

Jan Forrslow discusses Fog Computing, Active Grids, and how an IoT network can become an Active Grid by using Fog Computing.

36:31

In Depth TensorFlow

Posted by Illia Polosukhin  on  Jun 30, 2017 Posted by Illia Polosukhin  on  Jun 30, 2017

Illia Polosukhin keynotes on TensorFlow, introducing it and presenting the components and concepts it is built upon.

49:03

Parasitic Programming Languages

Posted by David Nolen  on  Jun 30, 2017 Posted by David Nolen  on  Jun 30, 2017

David Nolen examines the benefits and tradeoffs associated with creating a language based on an existing runtime, with a special focus on the Clojure and ClojureScript projects.

54:32

Building Secure Player Experiences at Riot Games

Posted by David Rook  on  Jun 29, 2017 Posted by David Rook  on  Jun 29, 2017

David Rook talks about the Riot Games Application Security program. He focusses on the tech and social aspects of the program and why he feels both are important when it comes to writing secure code.

45:49

How to Backdoor Invulnerable Code

Posted by Josh Schwartz  on  Jun 29, 2017 Posted by Josh Schwartz  on  Jun 29, 2017

Josh Schwartz takes a look at the real tactics, with examples, used to compromise and backdoor seemingly secure products by exploiting the humans and systems that create them.

42:55

Blockchain: The Oracle Problems

Posted by Paul Sztorc  on  Jun 29, 2017 Posted by Paul Sztorc  on  Jun 29, 2017

Paul Sztorc talks about why the oracle problem is so hard (the historical evolution of failures, why they fail), and the basics of blockchain ("blockchain as immortal software", ledger "rents").

39:47

Big Ideas: Decentralized Storage

Posted by David Vorick  on  Jun 27, 2017 Posted by David Vorick  on  Jun 27, 2017

David Vorick talks about the need for distributed/decentralized storage, real life use cases for distributed storage systems, dealing with data loss in a distributed system, overviewing IPFS and Sia.

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