This three-part series of half-day online events gives attendees an overarching perspective of software development from which to make decisions that strengthen and grow companies and industries, a deep knowledge of key open source technologies to make it happen, and a community in which both they and their companies can thrive.
In part 3, we wanted to explore infrastructure, containers, continuous delivery, monitoring, chaos engineering, and SRE. Infrastructure today is wildly more complicated—and the wall between software development and deployment is dust. We’ll shed light on new paradigms and a slew of tooling options for observability, testing, and reactive programming.
This event is sponsored by IBM and features spotlights on the Caribbean Girls Hack
About the presenters:
Rachel Roumeliotis is vice president of content strategy at O'Reilly, where she leads an editorial team that covers a wide variety of programming topics ranging from full stack to open source in the enterprise to emerging programming languages. She’s been a programming chair for the O'Reilly OSCON, Fluent, Strata, Software Architecture, and Security Conferences. She’s currently the programming chair for the OSCON and Strata Data & AI Superstream Series on O'Reilly online learning. She's been working in technical publishing for 10 years, acquiring content in many areas including mobile programming, UX, computer security, and AI.
Kelsey Hightower has worn every hat possible throughout his career in tech and enjoys leadership roles focused on making things happen and shipping software. Kelsey is a strong open source advocate focused on building simple tools that make people smile. When he isn’t slinging Go code, you can catch him giving technical workshops covering everything from programming to system administration.
Brianna McCullough is an authoritative force conquering dynamic duality as an infrastructure program manager at Google and founder of the lifestyle empowerment brand Bri Limitless. In her daily mission to diversify the engineering industry, the innovation leader and Detroit, Michigan, native resiliently shares her voice and vision for inclusivity across STEM fields, specializing in infrastructure, while simultaneously serving youth and fellow millennials with mentorship and enthusiastic encouragement to live life without limits.
Nicole Pitter Patterson and Bridget Lewis are the co-founders of Caribbean Girls Hack.
Mary Grygleski is a developer advocate at IBM specializing in reactive Java, open source, and distributed systems. She’s worked for several technology companies in both Boston’s Route 128 Technology Corridor and the San Francisco Bay Area and is the president and executive board member of the Chicago Java Users Group (CJUG). She’s also an active co-organizer for the Data, Cloud, and AI in Chicago, Chicago Cloud, and IBM Cloud Chicago meetup groups. Mary continues to be amazed by how software innovations can dramatically transform our lives.
Grace Jansen is a developer advocate at IBM working with Open Liberty and the Reactive Platform. She’s been with IBM since graduating from Exeter University with a degree in biology. As a developer advocate, Grace builds POCs, demos, and sample applications and writes guides and tutorials. She’s a regular presenter at international technology conferences and recently authored a book on reactive systems. She also has a keen passion for encouraging more women into STEM and especially technology careers.
Tiffany Le-Nguyen (she/her) is a software engineer and subject-matter expert in React and testing at ExpediaGroup. She spends most of her time pushing for and building the best possible experience for developers and users alike and thinking at scale. Tiffany is also a mentor and runs freeCodeCamp Montreal, helping new programmers reach their goals in the development world.
Robin Bender Ginn is the executive director of the OpenJS Foundation.
As a principal DevOps engineer, Rosemary Wang has a fascination for solving intractable problems with code, whether it be helping an infrastructure engineer program or an application developer troubleshoot infrastructure failures. She interfaces with vendors, clients, startups, and open source projects to find creative software solutions for infrastructure. When she isn’t drawing on whiteboards, Rosemary valiantly attempts to hack stacks of various infrastructure systems on her laptop while tending to her indoor garden.
Table of contents
- Open Source Tools for Better Observability - Brianna McCullough
- Spotlight on Caribbean Girls Hack - Nicole Pitter Patterson and Bridget Lewis
- Building Reactive Apps for Modern Infrastructure - Mary Grygleski and Grace Jansen
- User-Centric Testing for 2020 - How Expedia Modernized Its Testing for the Web - Tiffany Le-Nguyen
- Spotlight on the OpenJS Foundation - Robin Bender Ginn
- Applying Application Feature Toggles to Infrastructure - Rosemary Wang
- Title: OSCON Open Source Software Superstream Series: Infrastructure
- Release date: August 2020
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920469711
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