Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference (ETE) 2021

Philly ETE 2021: May 4-6, 2021

Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference is back for 2021, with our best lineup yet. Keynote speakers include Alan Kay, object-oriented programming pioneer; Amber Case, cyborg anthropologist; Kent Beck, the father of extreme programming; and Jessica Kerr, symmathecist. Session speakers include Brian Goetz, Java architect; David Nolen, ClojureScript lead developer; Angie Jones, Java Champion; Nicole Forsgren, co-author of Accelerate; and many other authors, committers, and experts.

The program covers AWS, Project Loom, IaC, Web AR/VR, Micro Frontends, Testing ML-enabled applications, Chaos Engineering, Secure by Design, Golang, Systems Thinking; and much more. Get your ticket today for only $89!

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Java at 25: Retrospective & Futures

Java turns 25! Brought to you by Chariot Solutions and PhillyJUG, this event will try to take stock of Java at 25 by looking at its past, and where the language is headed in the future.

All the AWS CodeBuild You Can Stomach in 45 Minutes

In this 45 minute talk I’ll give a quick overview of AWS CodeBuild, then dive into a few of the challenges I’ve faced, from dealing with build errors properly, configuring CodeBuild to run inside of AWS, testing locally so you don’t go crazy waiting for 15 minutes each time you deploy a new build, running tools like Cypress, to building and deploying Docker containers to ECS, and more.

ProductTank: Super Meetup 2020

ProductTank Philly is once again joining forces with & other local meetups for one great big virtual get together. The plan is to keep it to a tight 90 minutes starting with a few lightning tech talks and then a fun trivia contest — with prizes! Come and help us represent ProductTank Philly and compete against others in trivia that will range from computer history and internet culture to local tech community facts and more.

Lunch & Learn: Every Company is a Tech Company

Join our discussion with industry leaders in government, healthcare, property management, and sports, that adding tech to deliver your product or service involves planning, disruption, and innovation. It is time, especially during this time of COVID-19, that we realize that every company is now a technology company.