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Architecture & Algorithms Powering Search @ZocDoc

Most physician search systems require patients to know exactly what they’re looking for, either in terms of the appropriate specialty for a given condition or the medical terminology to describe the condition. At Zocdoc, we have built a patient friendly search system to power our core doctor...

Pedro Rubio Engineering Manager @Zocdoc
Brian D'Alessandro Director of Data Science @Zocdoc
Mixing in React

JavaScript is everywhere and so are its frameworks. There’s tons of pressure and excitement to choose the right or cool tool to be used in your app but we don’t talk enough about how to use it in a production app that may or may not have an existing JavaScript structure. In this talk, I walk...

Rushaine McBean Software Engineer @Agrilyst
Building and Operating a Serverless Data Pipeline

At Intent our machine learning platform processes real-time and historical data to predict user intent on billions of page views a month.  At the heart of this system is a serverless data pipeline that allows us to gather, process, store, and analyze data from disparate data sources....

Will Norman Director Of Engineering at Intent
More Reliable Delivery with Monte Carlo & Mapping

Most teams are familiar with estimates using relative sizing, or story points based on the Fibonacci series, or t-shirt sizes. Most teams either agonize over the details of every estimate, hoping to be as accurate as possible, or rush through planning knowing the result will be off no matter the...

Conal Scanlon Product Management, Lean/Agile Software Development @FlatironHealth
Defense in Depth: In Depth

Hindsight is often 20/20 for security vulnerabilities, and it is too easy to point fingers and cast blame when a security incident occurs. However, working to prevent a security compromise can feel like an unparalleled challenge, where no amount of planning can cover or foresee every point of...

Chelsea Komlo Software Engineer @HashiCorp
The Not-So-Straightforward Road From Microservices to Serverless

For the last ten years or so, many companies have focused on migrating from larger, monolithic systems and applications towards a specific style of Service-Oriented Architecture called Microservices. The promise was that these smaller, loosely-coupled, and independently developed components would...

Phil Calçado Director, Platform Engineering @Meetup

Interviews

Justin Lee Principal Software Engineer @RedHat

Why Bother With Kotlin - Not Just Another Language Tour

Why should a developer come to this talk?

The way I like to describe Kotlin is that it has a lot of the advanced features that as a Java developer I'd look at Scala for. These are things that I think would be so nice if I could do it in Java. Kotlin has some of these nicer features, but it doesn't have all the complexity that Scala has. For me, Kotlin is a nice middle ground...

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Will Norman Director Of Engineering at Intent

Building and Operating a Serverless Data Pipeline

What is the focus of your work these days?

I'm the lead of the data platform team at Intent. Intent is a data science company that helps commerce sites maximize the value for each person who visits their site. Our main product is an ad network that runs on travel sites. On the data platform team we oversee our data pipeline, that collects data from ad servers and various...

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Michael Fisher Site Reliability Engineering Manager @HFA

Presidential Campaigns & Immutable Infrastructure

QCon: Aside from supporting a website, people might ask why would a Presidential campaign need immutable infrastructure? What are some use cases that the team had to handle and how large was the team?

Michael:  I joined Hillary for America at the beginning of a campaign in June of 2015. At that point, we had just a few things that we were doing. These were things like collecting money online, trying to get people to sign up for emails, or keeping engagement with web site.

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Chelsea Komlo Software Engineer @HashiCorp

Defense in Depth: In Depth

What will this talk cover?

We'll essentially be looking at the different layers at which security can be compromised. So those layers are ranging from the codebase to architecture to the product. Basically, I'll be looking at where holes happen in between those layers.

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Jeanne Boyarsky Java developer and ScrumMaster

Java 11 - Keeping the Java Release Train on the Right Track

Tell us a bit about the work that you are doing today.

I work for a large bank in New York City on the DevOps team, and we're automating the pipeline to enable continuous deployments to production. We've been doing automation for a lot of years. My team does a lot of coding and mentoring of others. It's amazing how much automation there is in order to get something to work for a lot of...

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Michael Bryzek Cofounder & CTO @Flow.io, previously Co-Founder & CTO @Gilt

Design Microservice Architectures the Right Way

Can you give us a teaser of what to expect in this talk? 

We will go step by step and talk about the investment needed to run a successful microservice platform, touching on everything from contracts, events, data structure, shared libraries, deployment, isolation, monitoring, etc.

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