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ETE 2015   /   Aug 13, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #45 – Kunal Batra – How SendGrid Scaled Their Developer Evangelism Outreach

In this talk we will walk through key aspects of Evangelism and different strategies SendGrid has used and currently uses to reach these developers and turn them into friends who become customers.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 13, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #44 – Mike Hartington – Introduction to Ionic: A Cordova and AngularJS-based Mobile Web App Framework

Ionic, built on top of AngularJS, has dramatically changed the way developers build mobile apps. It’s open source, easy to use, beautiful, and ready to perform. In this talk, learn more about Ionic and its components, build a sample app, and explore the suite of tools and services Ionic provides for hybrid mobile app development.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 13, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #43 – Ben Hindman – Building Distributed Systems with Apache Mesos

In this talk, Benjamin Hindman (one of the original creators of the Apache Mesos project) will discuss Apache Mesos and how it can be used to more easily build and run distributed systems.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 13, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #42 – Don Coleman – Creating Bluetooth Low Energy Apps

Bluetooth Smart, or Bluetooth Low Energy devices are everywhere. We’ll look at how to discover, connect to, and control these devices with software. You’ll learn how Bluetooth LE works and understand profiles, services, and characteristics. I’ll demonstrate writing Android and iOS Bluetooth apps using Apache Cordova.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #41 – Maurice Naftalin – Parallel-Ready Java Code: Managing Mutation in an Imperative Language

Massively concurrent systems are the future, and shared data mutability is the obstacle to getting there. Where does that leave imperative languages like Java, that depend on mutation?

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #40 – Ash Furrow – Catching up with Swift

In this talk, Ash Furrow, author and iOS engineer at Artsy, presents the current state of Apple’s new programming language: Swift. He’ll begin with a description of why Swift was needed – what problems existed with Objective-C and how does Swift address them? Speaking from experience of developing a production application using Swift, Ash will discuss Swift’s readiness from both technical and business standpoints.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #39 – Brian Shirai – The End of General Purpose Languages: Rubinius 3.0 and the Next 10 Million Programs

Our approach to programming for the past 50+ years has mostly focused on specific features of a programming language. The result has been an emphasis on “general purpose” programming languages. The next 10 million programs will not be built this way. We don’t have the time. We don’t have the money. And we can’t afford to fail as we have been.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #38 Keynote – Dave Thomas – Emerge-ncy

If things go to plan, Dave Thomas will contend that we are looking at emerging technology wrongly. By definition, newer will be worse than older, at least in the short term. And yet we jump like lemmings off the bright and shiny cliff. So how do we find a balance?

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #37 – Diana Larsen – Improving and Extending Retrospective Outcomes

Diana Larsen, co-author of Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, will introduce you to a simple framework for getting better outcomes from retrospective meetings, suggest ways to maintain the relevance of improvement to the work of your team, and provide tips and pointers to get great returns from the time your teams devote to every meeting.

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ETE 2015   /   Aug 12, 2015

Philly ETE 2015 #36 – Allen Wirfs-Brock – ECMAScript 6: A Better JavaScript for the Ambient Computing Era

We’ve entered the Ambient Computing Era and JavaScript is its dominant programing language, But a new computing era needs a new and better JavaScript. It’s called ECMAScript 6 and it’s about to become the new JavaScript standard. Why do we need it? Why did it take so long? What’s in it? When can you use it? What comes next? Answers will be given.

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