Past Presentations

Cloud Native with Spring and PCF

Developers time is a valuable one and should be spending that building features for their product. They however end up spending a lot of their time in building boilerplate code for their applications or trying to build frameworks on which to build their applications. They also spend a lot of...

Vinay Upadhya Application & Platform Architect @Pivotal
Keeping Our Customers Informed & Alert via Streaming Data

Capital One's online banking customers rely on real-time messaging to keep them informed about things that matter most to them. These range from proactive bill pay reminders to alerts notifying when their balance drops below a certain amount. Between E-mail, SMS, and mobile push notifications,...

Alex Vaynshteyn Lead Software Engineer @CapitalOne
Translytical Databases & the New Data-Driven Apps

Developing modern data driven applications requires a re-examination of the building blocks developers have come to rely on – the database system. In this session, we will discuss the implications for application development using a multi-modal, in-memory data processing environment. We will...

Lucia Subatin SAP Developer Advocate
3 Common Pitfalls in Microservice Integration

Integrating microservices and taming distributed systems is hard. In this talk I will present three challenges we observed in real-life projects and discuss how to avoid them.1. Communication is complex. With everything being distributed failures are normal so you need sophisticated failure...

Bernd Rücker Co-Founder and Chief Technologist @Camunda
Explaining Artificial Intelligence to Schoolchildren

In this talk, Dale will give an industry perspective on why introducing machine learning to kids is so essential, and share some of IBM’s experiences for how it can be done effectively - with some of the projects that school kids have created, and the lessons learned from these efforts.

Dale Lane Software Developer @IBM
Create and Deploy a Blockchain App in the Cloud

There are common features that form part of many successful blockchain projects: assets, participants, ownership, registries and more. By encapsulating such features in a reusable solutions framework, businesses can significantly save on blockchain implementations. In this interactive session,...

Lennart Frantzell Developer Advocate @IBM

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