ETE 2012 Ballroom C streaming sessions available NOW!! Provided by the Wharton School

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The Wharton school’s media team recently published their Ballroom C and Keynote Recordings. The player defaults to Silverlight but will fall back to HTML 5 (meaning it will work on your iPhone or iPad).

These videos were recorded by Tim Allen and his team from the Wharton School. (“@flipperPA”:https://twitter.com/#!/flipperpa), thanks Tim!!

Introduction

  • “Show opener, the mayor visits and shares some remarks”: http://ph.ly/ete-2012-intro-wharton

Keynotes

  • Chad Fowler’s “Self Engineering Keynote”: http://ph.ly/ete-2012-self-engineering-keynote-wharton
  • Alex Payne’s talk on emerging languages, “A tour of the Horizon”: http://ph.ly/ete-2012-tour-of-horizon-keynote-wharton

Conference Sessions

  • James Shore – “Kanban, Lean and Large-Scale Agile”: http://ph.ly/ete-2012-james-shore-agile
  • Bill Pugh – “Effective use of FindBugs in Large Software Development Efforts”: http://ph.ly/ete-2012-bill-pugh-findbugs
  • Chad Fowler – “This is not a Rails shop”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-fowler-not-a-rails-shop
  • Aaron Patterson – “Code Charcuterie – Curing Rails”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-patterson-code-charcuterie
  • Jim Weirich – “Connascense Examined”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-weirich-connascense
  • Douglas Crockford – “Principles of Security”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-crockford-security
  • Yehuda Katz – “Ember.js – Attacking Boilerplate Where it Lives”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-katz-ember-js
  • Scott Chacon – “How GitHub Works”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-chacon-github
  • Douglas Crockford – “Javascript, Programming Style, and your Brain”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-crockford-js-brain

Awards

    “Philly ETE Project of the Year Panel and Awards Ceremony”:http://ph.ly/ete-2012-project-of-the-year