Host: Anna Neyzberg

Developer & Project Lead @CarbonFive
Anna Neyzberg is a a developer and project lead at Carbon Five - a strategic digital products agency. In her time at Carbon Five she has worked with clients across many domains, most recently leading teams working with Coinbase on their institutional trading platform, and with Citibank Venture Studio on their vision for the future of work.
She is a San Francisco native who has worked extensively with the ruby community in SF and currently sits on the board of RailsBridge. She has taken this community organizing experience and several years ago founded ElixirBridge- an organization that offers free weekend long workshops, with the goal of creating an inclusive welcoming space for underrepresented populations in tech to learn elixir.
Her technical interests lie within distributed systems, cryptography, and functional programming. When not in front of a keyboard, she is trying to get better at climbing rocks.


Monday, 24 June

Tuesday, 25 June

Wednesday, 26 June

  • Architecting For Failure

    More than just building software, building deployable production ready software in the face of guaranteed failure.

  • 21st Century Languages

    Lessons learned from building languages like Rust, Go-lang, Swift, Kotlin, and more.

  • Building High-Performing Teams

    What “high-performing team” means and how to build one effectively depends on context. This track will share different experiences of building high-performing teams in order to highlight how different contexts lead to different solutions but also what typically stays the same because we’re still dealing with humans trying to work together. How do different forces affect the building of high-performing teams.

  • Software Defined Infrastructure: Kubernetes, Service Meshes, & Beyond

    Deploying, scaling, managing your services is undifferentiated heavy lifting. Hear stories, learn techniques, and dive deep into software infrastructure.

  • High-Performance Computing: Lessons from FinTech & AdTech

    Killing latency and getting the most out of your hardware.