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Leslie Miley on Bias in Big Data/ML and AI - QCon San Francisco

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 16:00:00 GMT2017-11-20T16:00:00Z


At QCon San Francisco Leslie Miley gave a keynote talk in which he explained how inherent bias in data sets have affected things from the 2016 Presidential race to criminal sentencing in the United States.

By Shane Hastie

Article: Challenges in HoloLens Application Development

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 13:24:00 GMT2017-11-20T13:24:00Z


This article discusses the lessons we learned developing new UWP apps and updating existing UWP applications to make them work on the HoloLens. We present UWP application design considerations to be taken into account early in the development lifecycle to support the HoloLens device family. Finally, we provide plausible solutions and suggestions to make the upgrade process less complex.

By Vinothkumar Arputharaj

Fresh Async With Kotlin: Roman Elizarov Presents at QCon SF

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 06:30:00 GMT2017-11-20T06:30:00Z


Roman Elizarov, team lead in Kotlin libraries at JetBrains presented “Fresh Async with Kotlin” at QCon San Francisco. Elizarov demonstrated how Kotlin addresses the difficulties faced in writing asynchronous code in languages such as Java, C# and Javascript. Async code in Kotlin looks very much like the normal synchronous code that most developers are used to writing in languages such as Java.

By Amit K Gupta

Presentation: Mob Programming

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 04:57:00 GMT2017-11-20T04:57:00Z


Llewellyn Falco discusses Mob Programming, a way of working, what it looks like, and why it can work, including a short session of actual mobbing.

By Llewellyn Falco

Presentation: Rethinking API Management Architecture

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 02:19:00 GMT2017-11-20T02:19:00Z


Nuwan Dias discusses API Management architectures, their problems and how they have influenced in building a brand new architecture for an API Management solution for modern enterprise systems.

By Nuwan Dias

Expedia's Journey toward Site Resiliency: Embracing Chaos Testing in Dev and Production at QCon SF

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:00:00 GMT2017-11-19T17:00:00Z


At QCon SF, Sahar Samiei and Willie Wheeler presented “Expedia’s Journey Toward Site Resiliency”, and discussed the building of a community of practice around resilience testing within Expedia. The results have generally been positive: Netflix’s Chaos Monkey has been running daily in production since May 15th; and resilience tests have been added to four Tier 1 service pipelines.

By Daniel Bryant

Presentation: Solving Business Problems Using Predictive Analytics

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 02:44:00 GMT2017-11-19T02:44:00Z


The panelists discuss solving business problems with predictive analytics.

By Feyzi Bagirov

Presentation: A Cloud-centric Ecosystem Approach to Ease IoT Development

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 00:36:00 GMT2017-11-19T00:36:00Z


Yujing Wu discusses two use cases of a cloud-based IoT ecosystem that enables IoT device communication across silos and interoperability across different vendors.

By Yujing Wu

Presentation: Injecting Modern Concepts into Legacy Processes

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 22:33:00 GMT2017-11-18T22:33:00Z


Michael Jenkins discusses ways that developers and system administrators can use to bridge the gap between legacy systems and modern techniques.

By Michael Jenkins

Presentation: Trio of Trouble: Design Thinking, Lean and Agile

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 20:29:00 GMT2017-11-18T20:29:00Z


Jonny Schneider compares Design Thinking, Lean and Agile, offering guidelines for working with other teams, and advising on what to avoid doing, based on lessons learned in the trenches.

By Jonny Schneider

Service-Oriented Development: Rafael Schloming Shares Lessons Learned with Building Microservice

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 17:00:00 GMT2017-11-18T17:00:00Z


At QCon San Francisco Rafael Schloming presented “Service Oriented Development”, and argued that an organisation migrating to microservices must seek to break up their monolithic development processes in addition to attempting to break up the system architecture. Treating newly formed microservice teams as internal “spinoffs” provides boundaries and encourages self-sufficiency and autonomy.

By Daniel Bryant

Article: Customize Your Agile Approach: What Do You Need for Estimation?

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 13:10:00 GMT2017-11-18T13:10:00Z


This is the third in a series of articles that will help you think about how you might want to customize your agile approach for your context. Many agile approaches assume teams will estimate with story points, which leads to a project velocity measure. Instead of velocity, consider counting stories or using cycle time for estimation. You might not need to measure velocity at all.

By Johanna Rothman

Presentation: Why Isn't Lean/Agile/Scrum/DevOps The Way We All Work and What Comes Next?

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 02:13:00 GMT2017-11-18T02:13:00Z


Adam Yuret discusses what real-world pressures are, preventing organizations from achieving what Lean and Agile approaches promise.

By Adam Yuret

Adrian Cockcroft Discusses Chaos Architecture: "Four Layers, Two Teams, and an Attitude"

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 18:00:00 GMT2017-11-17T18:00:00Z


At QCon San Francisco, Adrian Cockcroft presented “Chaos Architecture”, and discussed the evolution of cloud native architecture, and how chaos engineering can be applied to produce better and safer systems. Effective chaos architecture and engineering was presented as consisting of “four layers, two teams, and an attitude”.

By Daniel Bryant

Realm Extends its .NET Stack Support with Realm .NET

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:00:00 GMT2017-11-17T16:00:00Z


After introducing support for .NET Core last summer to build mobile applications using C#, Realm announced Realm .NET, a set of new components that allow developers a better integration with their .NET stack.

By Sergio De Simone