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2016030710351125PERFORMANCE TESTING John RakowskiAppDynamicsDirector of Technology StrategyAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK I
Nitin Bharti
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2016030711501240STREAM PROCESSING WITH APACHE FLINK
Robert Metzger
Apache Flink project
PMC member and committerAbbey, 4th flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030713401430MICROSERVICES FOR A STREAMING WORLDBen StopfordConfluentCore Kafka teamAbbey, 4th flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030714551545STREAMING AUTO-SCALING IN GOOGLE CLOUD DATAFLOW
Manuel Fahndrich
Google
SE working on horizontal auto-scaling batch/streaming pipelines
Abbey, 4th flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030716101700DATA STREAMING OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllAbbey, 4th flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030810351125INTEGRATE BUILDING BLOCKS 4 NEXTGEN IOT DATA TIERS
Stephen Etheridge
BashoSolution ArchitectAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030811501240DEVELOPING A SOCIAL RECOMMENDATION ENGINEMichael HungerNeo4jCaretaker of the Neo4j CommunityAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030813401430REAL-WORLD CD PIPELINESNigel HarnimanCloudBeesSenior Solution ArchitectAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030814551545MESSAGING MICROSERVICES AND STREAMING DATADave SyerIndependentFounder and contributor to Spring BatchAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030816101700ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
Senaka Fernando
WSO2Solutions ArchitectAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030817251815HAVE YOUR CAKE & EAT IT: MICROSERVICES & MONOREPOSSven Erik KnopPerforceSenior Technical SpecialistAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK II
Nitin Bharti
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2016030910351125WHY INITIATIVE IS NOT A STRATEGY
Klaus Enzenhofer
DynatraceTechnology LeadAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK III
Nitin Bharti
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2016030911501240CASSANDRA IN RESPONSE TIME SENSITIVE ENVIRONMENTSGil TeneAzulSystemsCTO and co-founderAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK III
Nitin Bharti
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2016030913401430DATA MOVEMENT PATTERNS FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGSTom Fairbairn
Solace Systems
Systems ArchitectAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK III
Nitin Bharti
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2016030914551545MULTI-HOST, MULTI-NETWORK PERSISTENT CONTAINERSAlvin RichardsAerospikeVP of ProductAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK III
Nitin Bharti
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2016030916101700CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION WITH OPENSHIFT AND JENKINSMichal FojtikRed HatPrincipal Software EngineerAbbey, 4th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK III
Nitin Bharti
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201603108001600SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE FUNDAMENTALSNeal FordThoughtWorksDirector & Software ArchitectAbbey, 4th flr.WorkshopsQcon
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201603119001600ANGULAR 2Gerard SansKeytreeSenior Frontend JavaScript DeveloperAbbey, 4th flr.WorkshopsQcon
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201603109001600AGILE TECHNICAL SKILLS
Richard Kasperowski
IndependentAuthor of The Core Protocols: A Guide to GreatnessAlbert, 2nd flr.WorkshopsQcon
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201603119001600CONTAINERS IN PRODUCTION WITH DOCKER SWARM
Jérôme Petazzoni
DockerDocker Tinkerer ExtraordinaireAlbert, 2nd flr.WorkshopsQcon
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2016030718151900Exhibitor ReceptionAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesBenjamin Britten, 3rd floorBreakQcon
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2016030818151830QCon ReceptionAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesBenjamin Britten, 3rd floorBreakQcon
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2016030718151900Exhibitor ReceptionAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCambridge, 5th floorBreakQcon
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2016030818151830QCon ReceptionAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCambridge, 5th floorBreakQcon
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2016030710351125@WILLHILLBET: LOVE FAILURE & EMBRACE THE FALL OUT
Gavin Stevenson
WilliamHillTechnology R&D Engineering LeadChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030711501240ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030713401430RESILIENT PREDICTIVE DATA PIPELINES Sid AnandAgariIncData ArchitectChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030714551545CASSANDRA AT APPLE SCALESankalp KohliAppleEngineer/Lead Cassandra StorageChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030716101700STAYING IN SYNC: FROM TRANSACTIONS TO STREAMS
Martin Kleppmann
IndependentSoftware Engineer, Author, & Commiter to Samza and AvroChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030717251815TAMING FAILURES BY PARTITIONING TIME AND SPACESadek Drobiprismic.ioCo-founderChurchill, G flr.
ARCHITECTING FOR FAILURE
Werner Schuster
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2016030810351125THE QUEST FOR LOW-LATENCY WITH CONCURRENT JAVA
Martin Thompson
IndependentHigh Performance & Low Latency SpecialistChurchill, G flr.
CLOSE TO THE METAL
Martin Thompson
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2016030811501240HOW WILL PERSISTENT MEMORY CHANGE SOFTWARE DESIGN?
Maciej Maciejewski
IntelSenior Software EngineerChurchill, G flr.
CLOSE TO THE METAL
Martin Thompson
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2016030813401430GAME OF PERFORMANCE: A SONG OF JIT AND GC
Monica Beckwith
IndependentLed the performance effort for Java's G1 Garbage CollectorChurchill, G flr.
CLOSE TO THE METAL
Martin Thompson
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2016030814551545UNDERSTANDING HARDWARE TRANSACTIONAL MEMORYGil TeneAzulSystemsCTO and co-founderChurchill, G flr.
CLOSE TO THE METAL
Martin Thompson
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2016030816101700AUTOMATING SECURITY AT SLACKRyan Huber
Slack Technologies, Inc
SecurityChurchill, G flr.
SECURITY, INCIDENT RESPONSE & FRAUD DETECTION
Olaf Carlson-Wee
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2016030817251815NIHILIST’S GUIDE TO WRECKING HUMANS AND SYSTEMS
Christina Camilleri
BishopFoxPenetration Tester & Social EngineerChurchill, G flr.
SECURITY, INCIDENT RESPONSE & FRAUD DETECTION
Olaf Carlson-Wee
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2016030817251815NIHILIST’S GUIDE TO WRECKING HUMANS AND SYSTEMSShubham ShahBishopFoxSecurity AnalystChurchill, G flr.
SECURITY, INCIDENT RESPONSE & FRAUD DETECTION
Olaf Carlson-Wee
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2016030818302000SOFTWARE RELEASE AT SCALE
Xebia Labs Team
XEBIA LABSAllTitlesChurchill, G flr.
Sponsored After Hours
Qcon
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2016030910351125MEET THE NODE.JS ANTI-PATTERNSIgor SoarezYLDSenior ConsultantChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030910351125MEET THE NODE.JS ANTI-PATTERNSPedro TeixeiraYLDFounder and CTOChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030911501240HASH HISTORIES - TOY BLOCKCHAINS FOR GREAT DANGER
J Chris Anderson
CouchbaseCo-founderChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030913401430JS EVERYWHERE Matteo CollinanearFormSoftware Architect, Lead DeveloperChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030914551545JAVASCRIPT OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030916101700DESIGNING A MICROSERVICES ARCHITECTURE WITH NODEJSPascal Laenen
Thomas Cook Group
Head of Architecture for Omni-ChannelChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030917251815RXJS 5 IN-DEPTHGerard SansKeytreeSenior Frontend JavaScript DeveloperChurchill, G flr.
FULL STACK JAVASCRIPT
Matthew Revell
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2016030710101035BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030711251150BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030712401340LunchAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030714301455BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030715451610BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030717001725BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030810101035BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030811251150BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030812401340LunchAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030814301455BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030815451610BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030817001725BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030910101035BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030911251150BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030912401340LunchAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030914301455BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030915451610BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030917001725BreakAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesCoffee RoomBreakQcon
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2016030719401940End of DayAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesEverywhereBreakQcon
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2016030820002000End of DayAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesEverywhereBreakQcon
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2016030918451845End of DayAllAllCompaniesAllTitlesEverywhereBreakQcon
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201603079001010UNEVENLY DISTRIBUTED Adrian ColyerAccelPartnersVenture PartnerFleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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2016030719001940
BLT: BABBAGE LOVELACE TURING (SO WHO DID INVENT THAT COMPUTER?)
John Graham-Cumming
Independent
Writer of the award-winning open source POPFile email program
Fleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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2016030719001940
BLT: BABBAGE LOVELACE TURING (SO WHO DID INVENT THAT COMPUTER?)
Sydney PaduaIndependent
Writer and drawerer of The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage
Fleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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201603089001010REFLECTIONS ON SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURELinda Northrop
Software Engineering Institute
Technical FellowFleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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201603099001010
MONKEYS IN LAB COATS: APPLYING FAILURE TESTING RESEARCH @NETFLIX
Kolton AndrusGremlin Inc.FounderFleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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201603099001010
MONKEYS IN LAB COATS: APPLYING FAILURE TESTING RESEARCH @NETFLIX
Peter Alvaro
University of California
Computer Science Assistant ProfessorFleming, 3rd flr.KeynoteQcon
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2016030710351125SPRING FRAMEWORK 5 - PREVIEW & ROADMAP Juergen HoellerIndependentSoftware architectFleming, 3rd flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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2016030711501240PROJECT JIGSAW IN JDK 9: MODULARITY COMES TO JAVASimon RitterAzulDeputy CTOFleming, 3rd flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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2016030713401430NETTY @APPLE: LARGE SCALE DEPLOYMENT/ CONNECTIVITY
Norman Maurer
AppleNetty Core Developer & Cloud Infrastructure EngineeringFleming, 3rd flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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2016030714551545HOT CODE IS FASTER CODE - ADDRESSING JVM WARM-UPMark PriceLMAXSenior DeveloperFleming, 3rd flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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2016030716101700JAVA 9 - THE (G1) GC AWAKENS!
Monica Beckwith
IndependentLed the performance effort for Java's G1 Garbage CollectorFleming, 3rd flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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2016030717251815REALTIME STREAM COMPUTING &ANALYTICS @UBER Sudhir TonseUberEngineering Manager - Marketplace Data & ForecastingFleming, 3rd flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030810351125VIDEO FACTORY: POWERING BBC IPLAYER FROM THE CLOUD
Stephen Godwin
BBCSenior Technical ArchitectFleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030811501240#NETFLIXEVERYWHERE GLOBAL ARCHITECTUREJosh EvansNetflixDirector of Operations Engineering @Fleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030813401430MICROSOFT CLOUD'S FRONTDOOR: BUILDING A GLOBAL API
Charles Lamanna
Microsoft‎Principal Group Engineering ManagerFleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030814551545SCALA, ECS, DOCKER: DELAYED EXECUTION @COURSERABrennan SaetaCourseraSoftware Architect, Information Security OfficerFleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030816101700ARCHITECTING GOOGLE DOCS Micah LemonikGoogle
MasterMind Behind Google Docs & Engineering lead in the Google Apps group
Fleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030817251815ARCHITECTURES OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllFleming, 3rd flr.
ARCHITECTURES YOU'VE ALWAYS WONDERED ABOUT
Wes Reisz
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2016030818302000SMART SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTIONJFrog TeamJFROGAllTitlesFleming, 3rd flr.
Sponsored After Hours
Qcon
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2016030910351125TEST-DRIVEN MICROSERVICES: SYSTEM CONFIDENCERuss MilesAtomistLead EngineerFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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2016030911501240MICROSERVICES OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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2016030913401430THE MICROSERVICES AND DEVOPS JOURNEYAviran MordoWix‎Head of EngineeringFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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2016030914551545MICROSERVICES CHAOS TESTING AT JETRachel ReeseJet.comSenior Software EngineerFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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2016030916101700MICROSERVICE ANTIPATTERNSTammer SalehPivotal‎Sr Director of Engineering, Cloud FoundryFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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2016030917251815DDD AND MICROSERVICES: AT LAST, SOME BOUNDARIES!Eric Evans
Domain Language
Creator of Domain Driven DesignFleming, 3rd flr.
MICROSERVICES FOR MEGA-ARCHITECTURES
Russ Miles
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201603109001600SCALING TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONS TOGETHERRandy ShoupStitch FixVP EngineeringHenry Moore, 4th flr.WorkshopsQcon
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201603119001600BUILDING GREAT TEAMS: CULTURE AND CORE PROTOCOLS
Richard Kasperowski
IndependentAuthor of The Core Protocols: A Guide to GreatnessHenry Moore, 4th flr.WorkshopsQcon
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2016030710351125PATTERNS OF RELIABLE IN-STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Alexey Kharlamov
IntegralAdScience
VP of TechnologyMountbatten, 6th flr.
STREAM PROCESSING @ SCALE
Christian Prokopp
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2016030711501240USING TECHNOLOGY AS A BLIND LONG DISTANCE RUNNER
Simon Wheatcroft
IndependentAventurer and TechnologistMountbatten, 6th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK I
Nitin Bharti
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2016030713401430CHOOSING THE RIGHT CLOUD PROVIDERYoav LandmanJFrogCTOMountbatten, 6th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK I
Nitin Bharti
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2016030714551545APACHE IGNITE™ – IN-MEMORY DATA FABRICNikita Ivanov
GridGain Systems
CTOMountbatten, 6th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK I
Nitin Bharti
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2016030716101700NOT CONTINUOUS DELIVERY IF YOU CAN’T DEPLOY NOWKen MugrageThoughtWorksTechnical EvangelistMountbatten, 6th flr.
SPONSORED SOLUTION TRACK I
Nitin Bharti
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2016030717251815JAVA OPEN SPACE
Facilitated Peer Sharing
AllCompaniesAllMountbatten, 6th flr.BACK TO JAVA
Charles Humble
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