Thomas Stone and Justin Yip, both of PredictionIO, show how the startup is helping developers to scale the steep learning curve of machine learning and to harness its power for use in real world production environments.
Jonathon Kresner, a co-founder of airpair, discusses some recent trends in software development and presents the thinking behind the startup, an on-demand marketplace of software engineers.
Davis Frank, one of the maintainers of Jasmine, presents some of the thinking behind the most recent major version release and focuses in particular on code changes to the Jasmine matchers.
Alice Boxhall and Cameron Cundiff introduce the Accessibility Developer Tools and accesslint.com. They show how a concern for accessibility can be easily integrated into automated testing workflows. Slides of the talk are here.
Brad Scheppler from tenXer shows how workplace data can be used to help inform decisions, improve individual performance, and raise the productivity of a team.
Josh Long, a developer advocate for Spring, builds a sample application using Spring Boot. The code from the presentation is on GitHub.
Steve Klabnik visits from Balanced to discuss open companies, giving a short history of the idea as well as some examples of its day-to-day practice. Slides of the talk may be found here.
Christopher Larsen visits from the Pivotal Labs office in Toronto and introduces a curated collection of techniques and tools for iOS development.
Diego Ongaro gives an overview of how consensus is used in building fault-tolerant, distributed systems as well as how the Raft algorithm itself works. More info on Raft can be found here.
Nicole Sullivan and Colin O’Byrne share their approach to Style Guide Driven Development (SGDD) in redesigning the Cloud Foundry developer console. To learn more about it, check out the developer console live style guide. This post explains tooling around Style Guide Driven Development.
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