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Mar 29-31, 2016
Christopher Schmitt
RWD Summit 2016
Author Christopher Schmitt (HTML5 Cookbook, CSS Cookbook) emcees the virtual Responsive Web Design (RWD) Summit 2016.
Oct 26-26, 2016 Webcast: First aid for time-wasting, energy-sapping meetings
Dick and Emily provide tactics and guidance to help you run your next meeting better.
Oct 26-26, 2016
Kenneth Kousen
Webcast: Easy Persistence with Spring
This webcast will demonstrate how to use Spring's JdbcTemplate to make accessing, storing, and updating relational data very simple, as well as handling exceptions and managing transactions using simple annotations.
Oct 28-28, 2016 PyCon CZ
Author Jackie Kazil (Data Wrangling with Python) presents "User-centered software projects", a overview of how to engage users to ensure the success of your open sourced or inner sourced software project.
Fakulta informačních technologií VUT v Brně (FIT)
Božetěchova 1/2
Brno, Czech Republic
Nov 1-1, 2016 Webcast: Synthetic or Real User Monitoring? Combine both to survive (and thrive) during the upcoming holiday season
In this webcast, we'll cover: Synthetic Monitoring deep dive and best practices, Real User Monitoring deep dive and best practices.
Nov 2-2, 2016 Webcast: So you've inherited a security department: Now what…
Drawing on topics from their Defensive Security Handbook, Amanda Berlin and Lee Brotherston offer an overview of defensive best practices and advice for securing various networks in an organization’s infrastructure.
Nov 7-10, 2016
Lee Atchison
imPACt 2016
Lee Atchison, author of "Architecting for Scale", will be presenting "Fly Two Mistakes High – Keeping High Availability in the Cloud" at the imPACt Performance and Capacity conference in La Jolla, CA at the Hyatt Regency, Nov 7-10, 2016.
Hyatt Regency
La Jolla, CA
United States of America
Nov 7-9, 2016
Konrad Malawski
QCon San Francisco
Talk: Reactive Streams, j.u.concurrent, & Beyond! Track: Java: Are You Ready for This? Location: Ballroom BC Day of week: Tuesday Duration: 11:50am - 12:40pm Reactive Streams are a cross-company initiative first ignited by Lightbend in 2013, soon to be joined by RxJava and other implementations focused on solving a very similar problem: asynchronous non-blocking stream processing, with guaranteed over-flow protection. Fast forward to 2016 and now these interfaces are part…
San Francisco, CA
United States of America
Nov 8-8, 2016
Lee Boonstra
SenchaCon 2016
Author Lee Boonstra (Hands-on Sencha Touch 2) presents "Learn the Top 10 ECMAScript 2015 Features" at SenchaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In this session, Lee will cover the top 10 new features of ECMAScript 2015, their benefits, and go through code examples of how to use them. She will also talk about ECMAScript 2015 compatibilities and incompatibilities with the most widely used browsers today, and how you should plan on…
Aria Resort & Casino - Las Vegas
3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
United States of America
Nov 8-8, 2016
Ashish Thusoo
Webcast: How Facebook built aself-service data infrastructure
Please join Ashish Thusoo, Co-Founder and CEO of Qubole—a big data as a service company—and former head of Facebook's Data Infrastructure team that pioneered the self-service data infrastructure model as he shares just how he did this at Facebook.
Nov 10-10, 2016
Kevin Hoffman
Webcast: Beyond the Twelve-Factor App
Kevin Hoffman distills these terms into concrete definitions as he covers his 15 expanded and revised factors, which he explores in more detail in his book Beyond the Twelve-Factor App.
Nov 10-10, 2016 Webcast: Integrating Apache Spark and NiFi for Data Lakes
This webcast will introduce Kylo, a soon-to-be-open-source data lake orchestration framework based on Apache Spark and NiFi.
Nov 14, 2016 Kief Morris Infrastructure as Code at Guild42 in Bern, Switzerland
The talk walks through a number of patterns for implementing IaC tools such as AWS, Chef, Puppet, Ansible, and Terraform, to build a change management pipeline to automatically test and apply configuration to infrastructure. The patterns are not tool-specific, so should be useful for any team using these types of tools.
Saal des Restaurants Schmiedstube
Bern, Switzerland
Nov 15, 2016 Kief Morris at GOTO Berlin on Infrastructure as Code
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the "A(utomation)" in the DevOps "CALMS" model. It treats dynamic infrastructure as a software system, which means development tools and agile practices like TDD, CI, and CD can be used.
Berlin, Germany
Nov 15-15, 2016 Webcast: Solving key mobile development challenges with NoSQL
In this webcast, we'll use the airline industry as an example to take you through common mobile use cases and how major industries are solving for today's mobile challenges.
Nov 16-16, 2016
Susan Fowler
Susan Fowler at Software Architecture Conference
Susan Fowler (author of Production-Ready Microservices) introduces seven principles of microservice standardization that are general enough to apply to every microservice at every company, yet specific enough to be quantifiable and produce measurable results. Every microservice, she says, must be stable, reliable, scalable, fault-tolerant, performant, monitored, and documented. She dives into the requirements associated with each standard, and shows how they work together to produce highly available and sustainable microservice…
Westin St. Francis
335 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA
United States of America
Nov 16-16, 2016
Barry O'Reilly
Webcast: Lean Enterprise: Managing the innovation portfolio
By the end of this webcast, you'll understand why and how high-performance organizations focus on building capability to continuously move initiatives through the model from Explore to Retire.
Nov 16-16, 2016 Webcast: Time for Action, Bring Operational Reporting to the 21st Century
In this webcast, you will learn how reporting is evolving as a result of modern APIs, datasources, delivery methods and architectures and how to use them to your advantage.
Nov 17-17, 2016
Rob Patterson
Webcast: What Keeps You Up at Night: Understanding Security, Scale and the Monetization of the IoT
In this webcast we'll address three of the top considerations enterprises need to take into account to avoid IoT insomnia: Security, Scalability, and Monetization.
Nov 19, 2016
Kelsey Breseman
Kelsey Breseman at JSConf Asia
Dec 1-1, 2016
Adam Scott
Webcast: Building web apps that work everywhere
Adam Scott explores how to build web apps that deliver services for everyone, everywhere, covering a range of topics around building websites and applications that meet the needs of all users.
Dec 1-1, 2016 Webcast: UX field research basics
Brad Nunnally and David Farkas highlight some of the key principles involved in any researcher's toolkit and explore lessons learned from the three main stages of conducting field studies.
Dec 7-7, 2016
Benjamin Bengfort
Webcast: Data Product Architectures
Benjamin Bengfort discusses the data product life-cycle and outlines the Lambda Architecture, demonstrating how to engage a model build, evaluation, and selection phase with an operation and interaction phase.
Jan 10-10, 2017
Guy Podjarny
Webcast: Stranger Danger: Securing npm Dependencies
Guy shares data about risk, shows how to find and fix known vulnerabilities in npm dependencies, discusses how to prioritize the ones worthy of manual inspection, and suggests what to monitor in production.
Jan 12-12, 2017
Alex Gorelik
Webcast: How to build a successful enterprise data lake
Alex Gorelik discusses the considerations of and best practices for building data lakes, with examples taken from the world's leading big data companies and enterprises.
Jan 19-19, 2017
Cathy Pearl
Webcast: Designing for voice interactions
Cathy Pearl explores design principles for creating voice user interfaces (VUIs).
Jan 19-19, 2017
Colin Gillespie
Colin Gillespie at Efficient R programming
Efficient R programming training course
Newcastle University, UK
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Jan 24-24, 2017
Jesse Anderson
Webcast: Spark and Java - Yes they work together!
In this webcast, Jesse Anderson demonstrates how to create Java lambdas and integrate them with Spark to process data.