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Philly ETE 2022 — A Tour of the Modern Java Platform — Bruce Eckel & James Ward

Abstract The Java Platform has seen a tremendous amount of evolution and improvements over the past five years in many different areas, including: language features in Java, Kotlin, and Scala; Functional Programming; dev environments; test workflows; Reactive; Stream processing; distributed data; containerization; serverless; and AoT compilation. This talk will give you a tour of the most important improvements, why they matter, and how to take advantage of them. About Bruce Eckel Bruce Eckel (www.mindviewllc.com) has published 10 books, numerous blog…

Philly ETE 2022 — DocsOps: Documentation As Your Asynchronous Superpower — Heidi Waterhouse

Abstract In a world…. Where teams are distributed, asynchronous, and working across cultural and language differences, one tool emerges to save us all from off-hours meetings… Although this sounds like an ad for a new SaaS product that will be like all the others, it’s actually about something you all can do right now – documentation. Documentation is your asynchronous superpower, your prosthetic memory, your records. We have tried to automate it, tried to do without it, and tried to…

Philly ETE 2022 — A Framework for Addressing Technical Debt — Chelsea Troy

Abstract Addressing tech debt can feel like a Sisyphean task. After weeks of work, the success case is for the system to work the same as it used to. Organizations often declare code bankruptcy and rewrite working systems from scratch. How do we end up here? How could we have avoided it? And how do we escape? This talk will walk you through a framework for addressing technical debt. First, we’ll cover a way to measure technical debt and identify…

Philly ETE 2022 — Why Rust? — Ashley Williams

Abstract For the sixth year in a row, Rust was declared the most loved programming language in the Stack Overflow 2021 developer survey, and there’s been an explosion of companies such as AWS, Microsoft, Google, and Huawei publicly discussing, contributing to, and investing in the language. In this talk, Rust core team member, Ashley, will give a brief introduction to Rust, who is using it and for what, and how she has, over the years, convinced and unconvinced companies to…

Philly ETE 2022 — Spring Framework 6: Not Your Parents’ Spring — Josh Long

Abstract Hi, Spring fans! This year is going to be a big one for the Spring world! There’s a lot in store: Spring Framework 6 and Spring Boot 3, Spring GraphQL, GraalVM native image support, and so much more. Requiring Java 17 and Jakarta EE 9 as the new baseline is enabling the Spring team to leverage the innovations built into the modern Java platform. Join me and we’ll look at a the forthcoming Spring features and new paradigms. About…

Philly ETE 2022 — The Impact of Software in Agriculture — Gary Rudolph & Bryce Hemme

Abstract Learn about the global impact that software and technology is having in agriculture to help farmers run stronger businesses and steward the land for generations to come by unlocking improvements in profitability, efficiency and sustainability that are only possible through software & data analytics. In this talk we’ll cover the challenges faced by farmers and how technology is being applied to solve these challenges. Hear about how we use AWS Lambda, Step Functions and other serverless technologies to predict…

Philly ETE 2022 — Building from Zero: Tomo’s Engineering Journey — Audrey Troutt

Abstract Tomo launched on June 30th, 2021, just about six months after we got the team on board and built our first prototype. In this talk I will share what we chose to invest in from the first month vs what we punted on for the future, some hard lessons learned, and what we have added on as we have grown in the past ~9 months since launch. About Audrey Troutt Audrey Troutt is the VP of Engineering at Tomo…

Philly ETE 2022 — Using Dapr, Every Developer Can Build Microservice Applications — Mark Fussell

Abstract Applications built using microservice architecture offer compelling benefits, however building them is hard and comes at a cost of having to understanding distributed systems. Developers should focus on business logic and instead they end up solving the same problems such as state management, resilient calls and event handling with limited portability across public clouds. The Distributed Application Runtime, Dapr (https://dapr.io/), is an open source project that gives super powers to all developers to build cloud native applications, no matter…

Philly ETE 2022 — Next.js, Remix.run and Accelerating React Performance — Ken Rimple

Abstract People love React for its simplicity: you can learn the basics in half a day, and bring your favorite tools and APIS and dive right in. But that rapid application development also comes at a cost: bloated, slow, unstable Single Page Applications that grind your browser to a halt. Tools like Next.js, Remix.run and now React Server Components are starting to solve these problems. They tug at the edge of application development architectures, and provide server-side data fetching, pre-rendering…

Philly ETE 2022 — Building Observability for 99% Developers — Jean Yang

Abstract The rise of SaaS and APIs means that it’s easier than ever before to build applications quickly. A small, otherwise under-resourced engineering team can quickly deploy more functionality than they were ever able to before—but what about making sure the system keeps running, or deploying changes with confidence? As it turns out, we’ll also want easier visibility, easier monitoring, and easier observability. This is especially true for teams that don’t necessarily have large, expert devops teams. In this talk,…

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