ETE 2022

Philly ETE 2022 — A Guide to Mobile App Migrations: Lessons Learned in Making the Leap to Flutter — Ryan Gallagher

Abstract This discussion will cover the ins and outs of migrating an existing native iOS/Android app to Flutter. For developers considering migrations, we’ll discuss comparing technologies, key architectural considerations, and more. The efficiency potential for mobile apps to be write-once can’t be overstated, but it’s important to understand what the real costs are. NeuroFlow’s Director … Read More

Philly ETE 2022 — Serverless: The Fine Print — Kiki Carter

Abstract Historically, getting your software into a “server environment” required coordination with a tightly controlled infrastructure or operations team. Bottlenecks, both technical and bureaucratic, resulted in delays, waning developer productivity, and crushed morale. Luckily for developers, cloud providers came to the rescue with ways to quickly get started with infrastructure. The democratization of cloud-based infrastructure … Read More

Philly ETE 2022 — MQTT: A Messaging Standard for IoT — Sweety Bertilla & Robert Farnum

Abstract Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a well-designed, lightweight messaging protocol that can be used for communication between mobile clients, microservices, and IoT devices. Unlike HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and other messaging protocols, MQTT is a low bandwidth, low latency alternative for IoT device transmissions, which is far more suitable because these devices may … Read More

Philly ETE 2022 — About Trees, Agility, and Me — Linda Rising

Abstract I don’t know about you, but I spent a lot of 2020 walking with my husband outdoors. We are fortunate to have miles of walking trails in our community and even during the most severe lockdown, we were able to log over four miles a day. I know the scientific evidence for being outside … Read More

Philly ETE 2022 — How Amber is Driving Java’s Evolution — Billy Korando

Abstract Project Amber is an OpenJDK project delivering productivity focused language improvements to Java. In this presentation we will be covering key changes delivered by project Amber in recent Java versions, understand the theme and motivations behind these changes, and peek into the future to see where Project Amber is leading the Java language! If … Read More