Track: Sponsored Solutions Track 3
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Industry practitioners and technical product managers from leading vendors demonstrate solutions to some of today's toughest software development challenges in the areas of performance monitoring, Big Data, software delivery, scalability, and more.
by Nicole White
Data Scientist @Neo4J
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) recently released the Panama Papers as a downloadable Neo4j database. In this session, we’ll show you how to use Neo4j 3 to analyze the Panama Papers dataset from Python — discovering the connections between corporations, their officers, and intermediaries.
The Py2neo library we’ll use takes advantage of the new Bolt binary protocol for Neo4j which enables more seamless interoperability due to common data types being...
by Kishore Bhatia
Principal Solution Architect @CloudBees
How can I build my Docker images, and ensure that they are tested before they are published?
How do I trigger a re-build when dependent images are pushed to Docker Hub?
How do I trace a running container back to the correct version of the source that it was built from?
How can I assemble all these steps into a single robust pipeline?
How does Jenkins Pipeline-as-code help enable automatic job creation for new branches, entire new projects, and fully automates pull...
by Jonathan Kaufman
Developer Advocate for IBM Emerging Technology
The more we interact with “smart apps,” the more we hear the word “cognitive” being thrown around. But what actually does this imply? What is a cognitive application? Can I make my app smarter? Can I make my app cognitive? In this session we'll be covering what these buzzwords mean and how to enhance your application with IBM Watson services.
We'll build up an application from scratch and we'll discuss how to integrate Watson into your existing application.
by Aravind Venkatanaranappa
Product Manager @Thoughtworks
by Suzie Prince
Head of Product @Thoughtworks
Are you sure you are doing continuous delivery? Yeah right! We thought we were too.
The journey to continuous delivery (CD) is long, winding and always evolving. Like with many things we thought we had achieved all we could with continuous delivery and then... our business model changed, and then... we decided to take something open source and then... we started a SaaS CD product from scratch. We soon realized that we weren’t doing all we could to continuously deliver. Come learn from...
by Mat Henshall
Head of Things @ThoughtWorks
When the organizers of QCon came to ThoughtWorks to help create a solution to capturing session feedback, an epic journey was started. In this talk we walk through the process, decision making and tooling of creating a custom piece of hardware as part of a broader solution. It is easier and cheaper than it has ever been. However, in order deliver on that promise, the team had to accept the challenge of novel constraints and solve problems holistically. Many of the agile and human centered...
Monday, 13 June
Architectures You've Always Wondered About
Case studies from: Google, Linkedin, Alibaba, Twitter, and more...
Stream Processing @ Scale
Technologies and techniques to handle ever increasing data streams
Culture As Differentiator
Stories of companies and team for whom engineering culture is a differentiator - in delivering faster, in attracting better talent, and in making their businesses more successful.
Practical DevOps for Cloud Architectures
Real-world lessons and practices that enable the devops nirvana of operating what you build
Incredible Power of an Open-Sourced .NET
.NET is more than you may think. From Rx to C# 7 designed in the open, learn more about the power of open source .NET
Sponsored Solutions Track 1
Tuesday, 14 June
Better than Resilient: Antifragile
Failure is a constant in production systems, learn how to wield it to your advantage to build more robust systems.
Innovations in Java and the Java Ecosystem
Cutting Edge Java Innovations for the Real World
Modern CS in the Real World
Real-world Industry adoption of modern CS ideas
Containers: From Dev to Prod
Beyond the buzz and into the how and why of running containers in production
Security War Stories
Expert-level security track led by well known and respected leaders in the field
Sponsored Solutions Track 2
Wednesday, 15 June
Microservices and Monoliths
Practical lessons on services. Asks the question when and when to NOT go with Microservices?
Modern API Architecture - Tools, Methods, Tactics
API-based application development, and the tooling and techniques to support effectively working with APIs in the small or at scale. Using internal and external APIs
Commoditized Machine Learning
Barriers to entry for applied ML are lower than ever before, jumpstart your journey
Keeping life in balance is always a challenge. Learning lifehacks
Sponsored Solutions Track 3