Abstract Not just large companies, even small ones often ship their org chart to customers. They work within the constraints of the org structure, budget structure and optimize for their small team. Greater innovation and synergies happen when organizations work across the company for the greater good of the company vs. for their own team. … Read More
Abstract This talk chronicles the heroic story of the development of CHIME, a pandemic modeling tool created at Penn Medicine to assist in hospital capacity planning. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to develop software during an emergency, this is the session for you! In this session I’ll cover: How Open Source Software (OSS) … Read More
In this episode, Ken and his guest Martin Snyder riff on dev news, and the concept of ‘free’ when it comes to software and maintaining open source projects.
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract Median, average, 90th, 99th percentile. We’ve all seen these metrics on our monitoring systems, both open source and from commercial vendors, but often they are used incorrectly when constructing Service Level Objectives. This session will show three … Read More
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract Free is a word that has been overloaded through the course of human history, with both good intentions and bad. All will be enumerated with a specific focus on “free” in the context of the modern internet … Read More
If you’ve been working with Angular a lot recently, you may have received word about a set of potentially breaking changes in the next major version, 2.0. In this podcast, Ken Rimple, Don Coleman and Joel Confino discuss Angular 2.0, the reason for these changes, and some of the potential impact.
In this interview with Gilt Groupe CTO Michael Bryzek, we discuss how the company started, the open source technologies they’ve used, and how their open source commitment has evolved. We take some time to talk about the scale of their operation, and how they leverage micro services as a way to make it more manageable and scalable in both infrastructure and human terms.
Sujan Kapadia writes: “This year I’ve started going to the DataPhilly meetups, and I think I’m hooked. The bottom line is DataPhilly talks are very intriguing, expose you to topics you don’t encounter everyday, and give you the chance to meet “non-traditional” developers (scientists and statisticians), whose ranks are rapidly growing.”
EMC and VMware have poured their open source software development workforce into a new wholly-owned subsidiary, dubbed “The Pivotal Initiative”. This organization will focus on data science consulting and tooling from GreenPlum, including SpringSource/vFabric development teams. It is being girded by a team of forward-looking developers at Pivotal, a recent EMC purchase and well known … Read More
PHILLY ENTERPRISE HACKATHON! APRIL 2-19, 2013! (got your attention?) This podcast episode is an interview with three leaders of the 2013 Philadelphia Enterprise Hack-a-thon contest, which is being launched at Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise on April 2-3, 2013. The interviewees are: Mike Schellhase – Director of Field Applications – Bentley Systems Phil Moyer … Read More