People from across the systems engineering world came together in New York for the O'Reilly Velocity Conference. Below you'll find links to highlights from the event.
Anil Dash asks: How could our processes and tools be designed to undo the biggest bugs and biases of today’s tech?
- Watch "Continuous disintegration."
Securing the edge: Understanding and managing security events
Laurent Gil shares the latest cybersecurity research findings based on real-world security operations.
The programmer's mind
Jessica McKellar draws parallels between the free and open source software movement and the work to end mass incarceration.
- Watch "The programmer's mind."
O’Reilly Radar: Systems engineering tool trends
Roger Magoulas shares insights from O'Reilly's online learning platform that point toward shifts in the systems engineering ecosystem.
Test, measure, iterate: Balancing “good enough” and “perfect” in the critical path
Kris Beevers examines the trade-offs between risk and velocity faced by any high-growth, critical path technology business.
ML on code: Machine learning will change programming
Francesc Campoy Flores explores ways machine learning can help developers be more efficient.
How do DevOps and SRE relate? Hint: They're best friends
Dave Rensin explains why DevOps and SRE make each other better.
Practical performance theory
Kavya Joshi says performance theory offers a rigorous and practical approach to performance tuning and capacity planning.
- Watch "Practical performance theory."
Chaos Day: When reliability reigns
Tammy Butow explains how companies can use Chaos Days to focus on controlled chaos engineering.
- Watch "Chaos Day: When reliability reigns."
Critical path-driven development
Jaana Dogan explains why Google teaches its tracing tools to new employees and how it helps them learn about Google-scale systems end to end.
- Watch "Tracing to scale development."
Why marketing matters
Michael Bernstein offers an unflinching look at some of the fallacies that developers believe about marketing.
- Watch "Why marketing matters."
Laura Thomson shares Mozilla’s approach to data ethics, review, and stewardship.
- Watch "Practical ethics."