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Monday, June 18
 

10:00am

PARTNER EVENT: USA-CEE Digital Day

The annual USA-CEE Digital Services Matchmaking Day connects top CEE Digital/Software talent with American companies (both software/IT firms and non-IT firms) in search of top digital talent.

Digital and software talent in Eastern Central Europe is among the best in the world – at highly-competitive pricing. Dispersed across countries as diverse as Estonia, Poland and Romania, top tech companies from CEE will be in New York to meet digital buyers from US companies. We’ll make sure that you meet the people you want to meet, from across the CEE region, including Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Romania, Ukraine, Slovakia and Belarus.

Attendees at DeveloperWeek New York have Complimentary entrance, but Registration required.

Location: Rise New York, 43 W.23rd Street, New York, NY

Register: https://www.ceedigitalservices.com/tickets.html

Monday June 18, 2018 10:00am - 4:00pm
Off site

6:00pm

OFFICIAL EVENT: DeveloperWeek NYC Hiring Mixer

With 500+ hirable candidates, the DeveloperWeek NY 2018 Hiring Mixer is one of New York's largest hiring events. Featuring 500+ hireable developers, designers, data scientists, and engineers, hireable candidates can grab drinks, network with sponsors, and get interviewed in our meeting area.

Learn more details about the Hiring Mixer and register for your ticket!

Schedule

6:00 PM | Doors Open: Hiring Mixer Begins

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Attendee & Sponsor Networking

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM | Sponsor Hiring Mixer Talks

8:00 PM | Doors Close: Hiring Mixer Ends


Monday June 18, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse 73 West St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

6:00pm

DeveloperWeek NYC 2018 VIP Reception (EXEC Passes & Invite-Only)
All EXEC All-Access Pass holders, speakers, sponsors, press and Advisory Board members are invited to attend the DeveloperWeek NYC 2018 VIP Reception presented by InterSystems!

It will take place on Monday, June 18 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM at the Brooklyn Brewery Tasting Room.  Join us to kick-off DeveloperWeek NYC 2018 -- and for unparalleled networking and complimentary appetizers, beer and wine.

Brooklyn Brewery tours will be available!

This event is ONLY open to EXEC All-Access Pass holders, sponsors (2 per company), speakers, and press. The guest list will be strictly adhered to. 

Sponsors
avatar for InterSystems

InterSystems

InterSystems
InterSystems is the engine behind the world’s most important applications. In healthcare, finance, government, and other sectors where lives and livelihoods are at stake, InterSystems is the power behind what matters(TM). Founded in 1978, InterSystems is a privately held company... Read More →


Monday June 18, 2018 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Off site
 
Tuesday, June 19
 

8:00am

Registration Open
Tuesday June 19, 2018 8:00am - 6:00pm
Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St Brooklyn , NY 11222

8:30am

Food Trucks Open
Tuesday June 19, 2018 8:30am - 3:00pm
Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St Brooklyn , NY 11222

9:00am

EXEC TALK: How to Coach Yourself and Your Team Through Changes
Organizations often change because of new structures, systems or processes. Moreover, people within the org constantly change and adapt too. By understanding their personal transition phase and how people react to change you will be able to apply the correct leadership or coaching style in order to make a smooth transition from resistance to acceptance. Have you invested a huge amount of time and money in defining new processes, systems or trainings? Why people in your team respond to a situation or a change differently as you've expected? Why can't you immediately see the business improvements? The Kübler-Ross Change Curve is a popular and powerful psychological model used to understand how people adjust to change and describes the stages people go through and helps you predict their reactions. Change in my experience is one of those areas that seems simple in theory but tough in practice. I'll discuss some concrete examples from the teams I’ve managed to show the importance of the Change Curve in business. I hope that as someone needing to make changes within your organization or your teams you will be able to make this journey easier and ensure that they have the help and support they need.

Speakers
avatar for Andreea Salinca

Andreea Salinca

Engineering Manager, SoundCloud
Andreea Salinca is currently leading the Web Platform team at SoundCloud, the world’s leading music and audio discovery platform. She is a highly motivated and passionate professional with ten years of experience in agile software development, leading multicultural teams to delivering... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:00am - 9:25am
DevExec Stage

9:00am

PRO TALK: Applied Machine Learning: Pitfalls to Avoid
I will give a super quick introduction to ML, explaining the differences between Deep Learning and traditional approaches, and highlighting some of the most important pitfalls and misconceptions around ML and AI.

Speakers
avatar for Alex	Jaimes

Alex Jaimes

VP of AI & Data Science, Nauto
Alejandro (Alex) Jaimes is VP of AI & Data Science at Nauto (raised $174M, Greylock, Softbank, GM, Toyota, BMW, Draper Nexus, Playground, Allianz, Plug and Play). He was previously head of AI/ML/R&D at DigitalOcean and advisory CTO and chief scientist at Acesio. His work focuses on... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:00am - 9:25am
Main Stage

9:00am

CANCELLED:PRO TALK: Introduction to Angular 6
Alain Chautard will go through an introduction to the Angular framework. If you don't know anything about Angular, that's a perfect opportunity to learn all of the basics and get you started with the framework! Alain will talk about TypeScript, components, services, pipes, and how to work with Angular CLI through live coding. More specifically, we are going to understand how Angular works and how it runs in a browser. We're also going to talk about Angular CLI, a tool to help scaffold an Angular application. This presentation will be packed with examples to help understand how easy it is to write Angular web applications.

Introduction to Angular 6

  • Typical architecture of an Angular application

  • Using Angular CLI to scaffold our app

  • Building Blocks – Components, Services, Pipes, Directives

Lab 1: Creating components with Angular CLI

Creation of two different components with Angular CLI to build the user interface for a store

Lab 2: Bindings

  • Use @Input to pass data to a component

  • Make changes to a component template

Services and dependency injection
  • Introduction to Angular services

  • Introduction to RxJS observables

  • Using the HttpClient to retrieve server data

Lab 3: Connecting our Angular front-end with a back-end server

  • We finalize our application by connecting the front-end and the back-end, effectively rendering server data on the client side in the browser.


Speakers
avatar for Alain Chautard

Alain Chautard

Angular Expert, Trainer & Mentor, AngularTraining.com
Alain is a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies / Angular. He started working with Angular JS in 2011. Since then he has worked with all Angular versions on a daily basis, both as a developer and as a technical trainer. He is the organizer of the Sacramento Angular Meetup group... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:00am - 11:50am
Workshop Stage 1

9:00am

Expo Hall Open
Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:00am - 6:00pm
Expo Hall

9:25am

EXEC TALK: How Companies are Winning in Tech Recruiting
Technical recruitment is becoming more challenging and the relationship between hiring teams and candidates is evolving drastically. The bottom line? Teams must adapt to stay competitive. Recruiters and hiring managers need to carry out a more collaborative, data-driven, and automated recruiting process, all the while remaining candidate-focused if they want to draw in and hire top talent. With the right toolset and tech hiring approach, hiring teams can achieve a quicker time-to-hire without sacrificing on the information they need to make critical hiring decisions. Using the Codility coding test platform, companies like Tesla, Amazon, and Citi are able to gather deeply accurate insights about their technical candidates through real-life coding assessments, while also providing a great experience.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Garibaldi

Joe Garibaldi

Manager, Sales Development, Codility
Joe graduated from the University of California, Davis with a degree in Managerial Economics. His focus at Codility is to oversee the business development team responsible for sourcing new business. Outside of work he enjoys learning about new technologies, playing and watching sports... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
DevExec Stage

9:25am

OPEN TALK : Adventures in Pragmatic User Design: Dogfooding as a way of life
Too often we get wrapped up in wanting specific things for our users. Whether this is thinking we know what features they need, or expecting certain behaviors to come naturally. It's easy to lose sight of the bigger picture, especially in markets that are rapidly changing. This talk will explore some of the lessons learned in platform design as it relates to the burgeoning field of data science, and data.world as a specific use case.

Speakers
avatar for Patrick McGarry

Patrick McGarry

Director, Community, data.world
Patrick McGarry is currently building the thriving data community around data.world as the Head of Community. He has worked to build community and foster Open Source ideals at companies like Sourceforge/Slashdot, Alcatel-Lucent, and Perforce. Most recently Patrick served as the Director... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Workshop Stage 2

9:25am

OPEN TALK: data.world
Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Workshop Stage 2

9:25am

OPEN TALK: Robots, Code, and Developers - Oh My! The Future of Robotics
In the next 10 years we will live in a world where robots are embedded into our daily lives as our friends and part of our families - performing helpful tasks, providing safety, and interacting with humans in friendly ways only currently known to science fiction. Misty is developing an easy-to-program robot to "democratize" robots - move them out of the world of "roboticist" and into the world of "Javascript and Python" developers so they can invent thousands of useful skills for everyday life.

Speakers
avatar for Ian Bernstein

Ian Bernstein

Founder, Misty Robotics, Misty Robotics
Ian Bernstein is Founder and Head of Product at Misty Robotics, a spin-off company from Sphero, Inc. focused on building personal robots for the home and office. In this role, Bernstein leads Misty Robotics’ product development and design.   Prior to Misty Robotics, Bernstein... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Expo Stage

9:25am

PRO TALK: Neural Networks: A Primer
Machine learning and deep learning are becoming widely adopted areas in developing innovative solutions. This talk aims to be a primer of neural networks; including the inspiration and intuition behind the concept, and the knowledge and tools one can acquire to start learning and experimenting. As members of the technology industry, we are often bombarded with new jargon, new buzzwords, and new concepts from news and developments around the world. Artificial intelligence(AI), machine learning(ML), and neural networks(NN) all fall into that category of buzz words. This talk dives into the concept of neural networks. Neural networks are known as something used in machine learning, but few people understand how they work and the potential power of them. This talk includes how neural networks fit into AI, the historic inspiration, the intuition for how neural networks operate, the mathematical knowledge required for working with neural networks, the use cases for neural networks, and programming tools and frameworks that can assist one in developing machine learning applications using neural networks. Locally, few industry professionals are aware of the underlying concepts surrounding artificial intelligence and machine learning; however, we have a wealth of knowledge in these areas in academia. This is the reason I founded the Artificial Intelligence South Africa (AI ZA) monthly meetups and hackathons. We have had 25+ events thus far in Johannesburg and occasionally in Cape Town and Durban. The goal of these events is to get industry professionals in the development space knowledgeable on artificial intelligence concepts and get hands on experience with the tools and techniques that they can potentially use to grow their career and innovate on their projects. This small act will hopefully contribute in helping South Africa stay on par with international developments in this space.

Speakers
avatar for Rishal Hurbans

Rishal Hurbans

Founder, Solutions Architect, Prolific Idea
Rishal is currently fulfilling the role of a solutions architect at Entelect. He is involved in ideating, designing and developing solutions for various national and international blue chip clients whilst actively growing thought​ leadership capabilities within the company and tech... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Main Stage

10:00am

EXEC TALK: Surviving (& Thriving) a Retail Peak Season
It is 7:30 AM on a Monday morning in late October. I am waiting in line at Cafe Donuts to bring my team breakfast for our mandated ‘no work for one hour’. We just wrapped up a strenuous week of implementing a major upgrade to our Elastic logging cluster. Many Digital teams are relying on this upgrade to position themselves to confidently monitor their application health during the most important day in retail - Black Friday. It was a successful, much anticipated upgrade that resulted in many hours of overtime, late night calls, and cross-team performance tests. Morale is high, but it hasn’t always been. It has been over three months since the team disassembled to work on new initiatives. I have since had a chance to reflect on the qualities of the team that made it so unique. I can’t speak for my colleagues, but the accomplishments we made over six months are my proudest achievements in my six-year tenure at Target. This presentation will highlight the unique characteristics that enabled this team to thrive.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Wardin

Kate Wardin

Senior Engineering Manager, Target
Kate Wardin is a Senior Engineering Manager at Target Corporation. She currently leads a team of extremely talented Engineers who build and enhance the API Platform at Target. She enjoys her day to day 'responsibilities' of empowering Engineers to surpass his/her full potential as... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:00am - 10:25am
DevExec Stage

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Developers Deserve Better Communication Tools
Today’s most popular communication tools for software teams live completely divorced from your team’s codebase - making talking about code both painful and inefficient. Developers deserve better. In this session, CodeStream Founder & CEO, Peter Pezaris will talk to some of the powerful new technologies available to software teams including a deep-dive into his company’s new integrated communication and knowledge retention service. 

Speakers
avatar for Peter Pezaris

Peter Pezaris

Founder & CEO, CodeStream
Peter is Founder & CEO of CodeStream, an early-stage technology company developing the next-generation communication and knowledge management platform for software developers. Prior to CodeStream, Peter was Founder & CEO of Glip, a team collaboration platform acquired by RingCentral... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:00am - 10:25am
Expo Stage

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Make your THETA - Everyone in the World can Develop Plug-ins
The new RICOH THETA V boasts 4K 360° video, 4K live streaming, Spatial Audio. and more. And by building and installing apps (THETA V plug-ins) into its Android-based OS, companies can create unique money-making solutions using the world's most popular 360° camera. This session will give an architectural and technical introduction to the THETA V development environment, including multiple examples of companies that are building their business model based on the THETA, and how you can join the Partner Program and get started developing immediately. For more information: theta360.com

Speakers
avatar for Takeharu

Takeharu "TK" Tone

RICOH THETA Product Manager, Ricoh Innovations Corporation
Takeharu “TK” Tone is responsible for business development and technical partnership development for the RICOH THETA 360-degree camera and its API. His work has included the creation of an extremely active developer community and support of marketing and sales of the camera. TK... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:00am - 10:25am
Workshop Stage 2

10:25am

EXEC TALK: Leading Technical Projects for Humans
“Leading Technical Projects for Humans” is all about helping managers understand how to lead technical people (as well as helping technical people understand how to be lead). It combines a lot of the knowledge that Jason has applied as lead for project with Amazon and Starbucks and am really excited to share. You can expect to walk away from this talk understanding how each member of your team operates at a high level, how to communicate effectively, how to solve problems and set goals together as a group as well as an increased understanding of the human side of making digital products.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Herndon

Jason Herndon

Director of Technical Innovation, RAIN
I’m an executive and Technical Director at RAIN (rain.agency) - we’re a consultancy based out of New York, Salt Lake City and Seattle. Currently we do a lot of work for companies like Amazon, Adobe, Campbells and are Amazon’s #1 partner for brands looking to launch skills on... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:25am - 10:50am
DevExec Stage

10:25am

OPEN TALK: Making Applications Smarter by using TomTom Maps APIs
Smart homes, smart cities and the Internet of Things rely on highly accurate and precise location technology. Every on-demand platform needs integrated location based services to determine service and customer locations, calculate traffic aware travel times and track moving objects. This session will help you understand how TomTom is helping developers to create smarter web and mobile applications enabling smart homes, smart cities, IoT and on-demand services. By using TomTom's Online Routing, Search, Maps and Traffic APIs, developers can leverage TomTom's state-of-the art map making and traffic fusion technology which is being used by hundreds of millions of people every day. For more information please visit Tomtommaps.com<https://www.tomtommaps.com/> or developer.tomtommaps.com<https://developer.tomtom.com/tomtom-maps-apis-developers>.

Speakers
avatar for J Sarigul

J Sarigul

PMM, TomTom
JS, PhD is a Product Marketing Manager at TomTom Maps, a division of entrepreneurial technology company TomTom. Focused on evangelizing TomTom’s Maps APIs and SDKs, she works with developers to integrate TomTom’s software into their solutions, putting developers on the map for... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:25am - 10:50am
Main Stage

10:30am

10:30am

OPEN TALK: Improving your Development Processes with Git Best Practices

Do you find yourself hotfixing to production on a regular basis? Do you want to create a better experience for collaborators contributing to your project? Then join this workshop on how to use best practices and tools to improve your processes.

Jonathan will discuss the benefits of Gitflow, and when to use it. He’ll review basic concepts of fork repository management and pull requests, and he’ll talk about how these concepts tie into Gitflow.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Get started with Gitflow for your projects.

  • Understand the benefits of fork repository management.

  • Distinguish when to use rebasing vs merging.

  • Understand pull request and review etiquette.

  • Create and review pull requests.

To make this workshop interactive, download these free tools in advance:


Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Silva

Jonathan Silva

Training and Content Director, Axosoft
Jonathan leads the Customer Success team at Axosoft by driving department strategy and providing value for Axosoft and GitKraken customers through a combination of educational resources, technical support and account management. He has a passion for education and training, and is... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
Workshop Stage 2

11:00am

OPEN TALK: GraalVM: What it is. Why it's Important. Experiments you Should Try Today.

GraalVM is an open source set of projects driven by Oracle Labs, the Institute for Software Kepler University Linz Austria, and a community of contributors.  GraalVM seeks to usher in the age of true language interoperability without the pains of many past approaches.  If polyglot development and deployment appeals to you, or is a requirement, then this technology will enable a new set of tools in your toolbox.  Iran Hutchinson will briefly review the project, why it's important, and what it enables.  He'll then conclude with viewing some example experiments he's working on using the GraalVM approach.


Speakers
avatar for Iran Hutchinson

Iran Hutchinson

Director Product Management – Data Platforms, InterSystems
Iran Hutchinson currently serves as Product Manager at InterSystems with a focus on driving global product strategy and development on the Java platform. Prior to joining InterSystems, Hutchinson held lead roles in enterprise architecture and development in companies such as IBM... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:00am - 11:20am
Main Stage

11:00am

OPEN TALK: Wowza Media Systems Hackathon Workshop
Hackathon
avatar for Wowza Media Systems

Wowza Media Systems

Wowza Media Systems™ is the recognized gold standard of streaming, with more than 20,000 customers in 170+ countries. By reducing the complexities of video and audio delivery to any device, Wowza™ enables organizations to expand their reach and more deeply engage their audiences... Read More →

Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:00am - 11:40am
Expo Stage

11:00am

EXEC TALK: Reuse and Collaboration Enabled by Inner Sourcing - Executive Strategies to Drive the Culture Change
How do you create an IT eco-system that eliminates redundant investments by creating an open culture that can embrace inner sourcing and collaboration? How do you build that culture into the organizational DNA? Come learn about how we at Capital One solved this with tools, metrics and strategies. Every IT organization struggles to get their departments away from implementing duplicate capabilities, costing them redundant investments. Executives try to mitigate the problem with point in time mandates and ad-hoc strategies but how do you create an eco-system that solves this problem by creating an open culture that cements this behavior into the organizational DNA? In this session, we will go over the strategies we adopted to build communities of practice, the metrics we gathered, and rewarding structures we created to sustain the success we achieved. Attendees can walk away with an understanding of strategies and tools they need to implement as they look to mature their re-use practice and save the enterprise from redundant investments – not to forget that the byproduct would be a better quality product.

Speakers
avatar for Srinivas Thummalapalli

Srinivas Thummalapalli

Sr. Manager, Capital One
Srinivas Thummalapalli, Lead for Shared Frameworks, Cloud Platforms at Capital One – the leader in Financial Technology. He leads IT verticals that deliver the solutions to expedite cloud migration and plays a horizontal role helping executives drive enterprise wide strategies such... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
DevExec Stage

11:00am

11:30am

KEYNOTE: Engineering Effectiveness : Optimizing Ourselves
In the machine learning era, engineers build and optimize systems to perform more efficiently and effectively than humans. How can an engineer optimize themselves and how can an engineering leader optimize their teams? The Open Internet is creating incredibly complicated challenges and opportunities, and talented engineers are spread thin. How do we address some of the sensitive areas like D&I, engagement, effectiveness, motivation, and distraction that impacts engineering culture and overall outcomes? Join me for a fun reality check discussion.

Speakers
avatar for Ben John

Ben John

Chief Technology Officer (CTO), AppNexus
For over two decades, Ben has been passionately developing software systems, and building world class engineering teams. As a CTO at AppNexus, he's responsible for product development, engineering & infrastructure.  Ben holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science in the open content learning... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:30am - 12:00pm
Main Stage

11:50am

OPEN TALK: WAVES Platform
Speakers
IS

Ilya Smagin

Smart Contracts Development Lead, Waves Platform
Ilya graduated as Master of Science from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, Dept. of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics in 2011, specializing in Applied Mathematics and Neural Networks. Later graduated from Yandex School of Data Analysis for Computer Science. | During... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 11:50am - 12:30pm
Expo Stage

12:40pm

OPEN TALK: Blockchain Framework Exonum 0.8 for Developers
Exonum framework for building private blockchains. Key components of the framework: BFT Consensus algorithm, Anchoring and Light Client. Traditional vs Blockchain architecture of web-apps. Roles & structure of Exonum apps. How to create a service (smart contract) on Exonum, types of the services, configuration service creation & updating. Latest upgrades of the framework.

Speakers
avatar for Dmitry Apanasenko

Dmitry Apanasenko

Tech Lead of Exonum Enterprise, BitFury
Dmitry is involved in IT industry for 7 years. Furthermore, he is getting his PhD in Computer Science. Dmitry has extensive experience in various enterprise projects, one was telecommunications project for AT&T. Also Dmitry run a travel startup that was successfully acquired. In 2017... Read More →
avatar for Gleb Palienko

Gleb Palienko

Head of Exonum, Bitfury
Gleb studied applied mathematics in MIPT (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) and began his career in IT 7 years ago as a system analyst with six years of project management experience. He got interested in Bitcoin in 2015 and continued working both as an analyst and project... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 12:40pm - 1:20pm
Expo Stage

1:00pm

OPEN TALK: Scalable DevOps with Atlassian Tools, Docker & ChatOps

The DevOps dream promises faster software releases while fostering collaborating and improving quality and customer experience. Docker provides the key capabilities to empower DevOps initiatives. This talk will demonstrate practical tips for using Atlassian tools like Trello and Bitbucket Pipelines to achieve continuous delivery of Docker & Kubernetes based applications. We will also look at how ChatOps enables conversation driven collaboration and automation for self provisioning cloud and container infrastructure. 


Speakers
avatar for Himanshu Chhetri

Himanshu Chhetri

CTO, Addteq
Himanshu Chhetri is the CTO at Addteq and has a background in DevOps & Atlassian Tool implementations. His technical interests range from chatops and event driven automation to full stack monitoring. Outside of work Himanshu like reading, podcasts and long walks. 


Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Main Stage

1:00pm

EXEC TALK: How To Hire (and Retain) Women in Technology
 Tech hiring is hard, and it’s only going to continue to get harder. In fact, according to The Robert Half 2018 Salary Guide, demand for tech hiring is expected to outpace supply for years to come. And, despite the fact that women outnumber men both in the US population and on college campuses, they hold less than 25% of tech jobs. Women technologist are out there. It’s our job to find them, hire them, and retain them. It’s my quest to teach you the proven framework you need to get started. It's called Listen-Look-Learn. Using Listen-Look-Learn, Stride saw a 267% increase in female developers in just 10 months, and now we’re introducing this easy to follow framework to you.

Speakers
avatar for Debbie Madden

Debbie Madden

CEO & Founder, Stride Consulting
Debbie has built 5 companies from the ground up and has been CEO of three of them. As CEO and Founder of Stride Consulting, Debbie brings 22 years of tech leadership, and a daily passion for helping businesses improve through software. Due to her reputation as a passionate woman executive... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
DevExec Stage

1:00pm

OPEN TALK: AI Adoption Trends - Building In Demand Intelligent Applications for Today and Tomorrow’s Enterprise
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a transformational force in the enterprise, capital investment in the marketplace continues to grow.  This session will cover an overview of the AI market today, trends driving AI technology advancement, and the challenges to adopt AIfacing enterprises. We’ll cover how to build lucrative, intelligent applications leveraging the best-of-breed cognitive engines and services. 

Speakers
avatar for Allen Kim

Allen Kim

Senior Director of Product Management, Veritone
Allen Kim is Senior Director of Product Management at Veritone, where he’s responsible for the Veritone Developer application. Veritone Developer allows developers to build artificial intelligence powered engines, applications, and data products for the enterprise and government... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

1:00pm

PRO TALK: How to be an a11y - Creating Accessible React Apps
React is amazing for creating web apps -- but do we know if the React apps we create are usable by everyone? ‘a11y’ stands for ‘accessibility’ - the design and creation of websites that can be used by everyone -- including persons with disabilities. Contrary to popular conceptions, accessibility is not so much a "feature" in software development, as it is a necessity. Though the percentage of disabled users may be in the minority, we are failing our jobs as software developers if we cannot provide accessibility to our apps to everyone, regardless of ability. React provides great support for accessible design. My aim through this talk is to share knowledge with fellow developers about how to add features that support assistive technology (like screen readers) and also learn how to write unit tests to check React Components for accessibility of features -- thereby making sure that our apps reach everyone, and are usable by everyone equally.

Speakers
avatar for Neha Nivedita

Neha Nivedita

Software Engineer, NodeXperts
Neha is a MongoDB certified full stack developer at NodeXperts, having several years of experience in React, Node.js, and other JavaScript frameworks, who loves to build efficient web based solutions for major global clients. Apart from being an enthusiastic open source contributor... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage 1

1:25pm

OPEN TALK: Quantum Computing and the Future of Software Development
As the age of Silicon ends and we enter into a new age of practical, Quantum computing, the role of software developers, data scientists and security professionals will never be the same. Learn how we got here. Learn more clearly where we are. And, most importantly, learn where we are going, what it means to our careers, and how fast we are getting there.

Speakers
avatar for Jerry Nixon

Jerry Nixon

Developer Evangelist, Microsoft
I work to inspire fellow developers, evangelizing Microsoft development technologies in the Desert Mountain region of the USA


Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:25pm - 1:50pm
Main Stage

1:30pm

OPEN TALK: TomTom Hackathon Workshop
Hackathon
avatar for TomTom

TomTom

TomTom created the easy-to-use navigation device, one of the most influential inventions of all time. | Since then, our software and navigation technologies have been powering over hundreds of millions of applications across the globe. From industry-leading location-based products... Read More →

Tuesday June 19, 2018 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Expo Stage

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: End-to-End Encrypt User Data in your Firebase & Twilio apps. A way to HIPAA.
Apple is famous for building security into the core of every Apple product: secure auth, user device management via iCloud-hosted keychains, End-to-End Encrypted iMessage and more. But what happens when your apps run on Android, in browsers and in the cloud where you can’t take Apple’s security with you? David Szabo of Virgil Security, the company behind Twilio’s End-to-End Encrypted Messaging, will walk us through how companies like WhatsApp and Apple implemented cross-platform security and how you too can turn on these features with simple, open source building blocks to make privacy a feature and not a bug in your product. If you miss this talk, follow Virgil’s World Tour across AltConf, DeveloperWeek in NYC, Webit in Sofia, online webinars, technical workshops and more: https://virgilsecurity.com/worldtour

Speakers
avatar for David Szabo

David Szabo

VP of Developer Platform, Virgil Security
David's mission is to empower developers to bring perfect privacy to their users. Before joining Virgil Security, he built ZeroKit, a Zero Knowledge app security platform used by Apple, Microsoft and Realm developers in many healthcare apps. He also co-founded a social network analysis... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

EXEC TALK: A DevOps State of Mind: Continuous Security with Kubernetes
With the rise of DevOps, containers are at the brink of becoming a pervasive technology in Enterprise IT to accelerate application delivery for the business. When it comes to adopting containers in the enterprise, Security is the highest adoption barrier. Is your organization ready to address the security risks with containers for your DevOps environment? In this presentation, you'll learn about: - Best practices for addressing the top container security risks in a container environment including images, builds, registry, deployment, hosts, network, storage, APIs, monitoring & logging, and federation. - Automating and integrating security vulnerability management & compliance checking for container images in a DevOps CI/CD pipeline - Deployment strategies for deploying container security updates including recreate, rolling, blue/green, canary and a/b testing.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Van Tuin

Chris Van Tuin

Chief Technologist, NA West, Red Hat
Chris Van Tuin, Chief Technologist, NA West at Red Hat, has over 20 years of experience in IT and Software.   Since joining Red Hat in 2005, Chris has been architecting solutions for strategic customers and partners and is a frequent speaker on DevOps, Security, and Containers.  He... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
DevExec Stage

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: Leveraging the Full Power of AI to Optimize Results & Drive Growth

At Scaled Inference, our mission is to make the full power of AI accessible for all. In this talk we cut through the endless hype and jargon to present a solution that uses the power of AI to drive exponential business growth. Introducing Amp.ai, the first autonomous optimization platform that allows business to scale without limits by delivering all the tangible benefits of AI. Simple and intuitive, Amp.ai eliminates guesswork by continuously learning and improving, empowering enterprises to move beyond the limitations of experimentation and realize key growth opportunities.

In this presentation, Scaled Inference CEO and Founder Olcan Sercinoglu provides a complete walkthrough and live demonstration of Amp.ai along with real-world results and comparisons against traditional methodology. He also reviews various relevant market dynamics, including increasingly AI-driven acquisition channels (search engines, app stores, social feeds, ad networks etc), that have rendered traditional experimentation obsolete and unlocked the need for true optimization to achieve unprecedented, measurable results.

Amp.ai: Don’t experiment, just optimize.


Speakers
avatar for Olcan Sercinoglu

Olcan Sercinoglu

CEO & Founder, Scaled Inference
Olcan is the Founder & CEO at Scaled Inference. Before founding Scaled Inference, Olcan was an engineer in Google Brain, where he worked on efficient inference methods for general-purpose statistical models and task-specific adaptations that can utilize deep learning. Early on at... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Progressive Web Apps are the Future
Alain Chautard will introduce what Progressive Web Apps are all about, and explain why they are the future for web / mobile development. In this talk, we will see how progressive web apps can allow us to write our web application code once, and use it on any platform with a native behavior. We will see that the very same HTML / Javascript code can now behave like a native Android or IOS application by implementing the Progressive Web App pattern, which is about to become a W3C standard. We're going to see actual examples of progressive web apps, as well as dive into the different standards involved in making progressive web apps a reality, such as service worker, web app manifest, and notifications.

Speakers
avatar for Alain Chautard

Alain Chautard

Angular Expert, Trainer & Mentor, AngularTraining.com
Alain is a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies / Angular. He started working with Angular JS in 2011. Since then he has worked with all Angular versions on a daily basis, both as a developer and as a technical trainer. He is the organizer of the Sacramento Angular Meetup group... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Workshop Stage 1

2:20pm

OPEN TALK: Veritone Hackathon Workshop
Hackathon
avatar for Veritone

Veritone

Veritone
Veritone has developed a proprietary platform to unlock the power of artificial intelligence through orchestrated cognitive computing, using best-of-breed engines and algorithms. With Veritone aiWARE, unstructured audio and video data can be processed, transformed, correlated and... Read More →

Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:20pm - 3:00pm
Expo Stage

2:25pm

OPEN TALK: HERE Technologies
Speakers
avatar for Michael	Palermo

Michael Palermo

Sr. Developer Evangelist, HERE Technologies
Michael is an international speaker/trainer and has been evangelizing innovative technologies for nearly two decades. Michael’s current passion is empowering developers to understand and integrate location services. Michael is a published author of technical books as well as online... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 2:25pm - 2:40pm
Main Stage

3:00pm

OPEN TALK: NeuroJavaScript: Interacting with Brain-Computer Interfaces
What comes after the keyboard and the mouse? More advanced interfaces that allow more effective communication between human and machines, specifically those that tap into the brain. So, let's plugin the human brain to the browser and build a better web. The human body is a ocean of electricity. Billions of neurons are constantly engaging as our thoughts go from one state to the next. Come see how we can tap into this data generated by human cells in JavaScript, and how to get started in the NeuroTech community. This presentation involves a live demo using a real brain-computer interface. The NeuroTech community is starting to take off. Companies like Facebook and Elon Musk's Neuralink have announced their work with brain-computer interfaces. The Observable pattern can help you solve a number of computer science problems including real-time data analysis.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Castillo

Alex Castillo

Co-founder, Neurosity
Alex Castillo is a Co-founder at Neurosity, a neurotechnology company reimagining brain-computer interfaces. He is passionate about the human brain, and how we can use it to power next-generation apps. As a Google Developer Expert, Alex has contributed to the open source community... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:00pm - 3:25pm
Main Stage

3:00pm

EXEC TALK: Building a Lean Culture Through Servant Leadership: A Technical Manager's Guide to Agility
The best development methodologies of the last few decades aren't about technology, they're about people. Agile, DevOps and Lean are all about people and culture. And yet, as technology leaders, we often get too focused on the practices and rituals instead. Practices are easier to train, certify, mandate, measure, and scale. But culture is a lot harder to change. In this talk, we will walk through 2 case studies of converting large, bureaucratic, waterfall organizations into Lean cultures that went from deploying once every few months to several hundred times a week. We show how the transformation starts with changing the leader's mindset from command-and-control to servant leadership. We walk through the changes that are required through 3 lenses: people, process and technology. How did we break silos to enable self-organizing teams, platform thinking, and a focus on the right metrics? How did we mitigate the risks that came from letting go of organizational The journey wasn't always smooth. At several times, the transformation almost failed due to a lack of risk management. We talk through what a balanced risk management program looks like for organizations that deliver features to customers many times a day. To end, we show the long-term benefits to the organization of this cultural change, and how the short-term pain of Agile transformation led to long-term gains.

Speakers
avatar for Vishal Bardoloi

Vishal Bardoloi

Lead Developer, ThoughtWorks
Vishal is a lead consultant and technologist at ThoughtWorks. For over 11 years, he has been leading mission-critical projects and teams for clients. His code is currently helping run planes, trains, automobiles and the Space Station. He loves reading and biking, and his proudest... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
DevExec Stage

3:00pm

OPEN TALK: Accessing HERE Location Services Via AWS Serverless Application Repository
In this session, developers will learn how to access powerful location services such as geocoding, routing, and positioning via the AWS Serverless Application Repository. Not only will developers get a technical understanding of how to implement, you will also be provided the advantages of accessing the HERE APIs using a microservices approach.

Speakers
avatar for Michael	Palermo

Michael Palermo

Sr. Developer Evangelist, HERE Technologies
Michael is an international speaker/trainer and has been evangelizing innovative technologies for nearly two decades. Michael’s current passion is empowering developers to understand and integrate location services. Michael is a published author of technical books as well as online... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Expo Stage

3:00pm

PRO TALK: Machine Learning on Source Code
Machine Learning on Source Code (MLoSC) is an emerging and exciting domain of research which stands at the sweet spot between deep learning, natural language processing, social science, and programming. We've accumulated petabytes of source code data which is open, yet there have been few attempts to fully leverage the knowledge that is sealed inside. This talk should give an introduction to the current trends in MLoSC, present the tools and some of the applications, such as deep code suggestions and structural embeddings for fuzzy deduplication. https://github.com/src-d/awesome-machine-learning-on-source-code

Speakers
avatar for Vadim Markovtsev

Vadim Markovtsev

Lead Engineer, Machine Learning, source{d}
Vadim is a Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning and a Lead Machine Learning Engineer at source{d} (sourced.tech) where he works with "big code" and natural languages. His academic background is compiler technologies and system programming. He is an open source zealot and an... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

3:00pm

PRO TALK: Using Node.js to Build Successful Products
Node.js is the most powerful and growing fullstack ecosystem. The presentation will introduce the Node.js ecosystem with particular attention to numbers (number of modules published per day, number of new developers per year, etc.), and will dive deeper into how Node.js can be used for Front-end development; Mobile, Tablet and Desktop development; Cloud backends; IoT Devices; and Service Oriented Architectures.

Speakers
avatar for Jacopo	Daeli

Jacopo Daeli

Lead Software Engineer, GoDaddy
Jacopo Daeli is a computer science expert and a senior software engineer. His research interests include cloud infrastructures, distributed systems, peer-to-peer applications and machine learning. Jacopo is currently Lead Software Engineer at GoDaddy. Outside his professional work... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Stage 1

3:10pm

3:30pm

OPEN TALK: Improving your Development Processes with Cutting-Edge Tools
In this session, you’ll learn about some of the common traits that the most successful agile development teams possess. And you’ll be introduced to the GitKraken Git Client and Glo Boards, which are two powerful, collaborative tools that are helping accelerate the productivity of software developers.

Speakers
avatar for Hamid Shojaee

Hamid Shojaee

GitKraken VP of Product, Axosoft
Hamid is a software engineer, turned serial SaaSpreneur, having created 5 successful SaaS products and even more failures. Along the way, he’s learned a thing or two about what it takes to ship great software on-time and on-budget. |


Tuesday June 19, 2018 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Main Stage

4:00pm

OPEN TALK: Building Secure Chatbots in the Enterprise

In the Enterprise Environment, Symphony provides a secure and flexible platform to enable and enhance intelligent automated business processes. In this talk we will explore the development of secure chatbots and how to introduce AI and BPM Technologies easily and quickly with standard toolsets.

By the end of the session, you'll learn about:

  • What is Symphony?

  • Secure End-to-end Encrypted Chatbot Development in the Enterprise

  • Introducing AI and Business Processes into Chatbots

  • Future of Bots in the Enterprise World


Speakers
avatar for Mike Scannell

Mike Scannell

Platform Solutions Lead, Symphony
Mike Scannell is the Platform Solutions Lead at Symphony Communication Services LLC. He focuses on integrations and API development for clients. Prior to Symphony LLC, Mike worked at Goldman Sachs for five years. He started at Goldman Sachs as a web developer in the legal, compliance... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:25pm
Expo Stage

4:00pm

EXEC TALK: From Foes to Friends: How Developers and IT Can Work Together in the DevOps Environment
DevOps is a game-changing methodology that enables businesses to deliver digital services faster with higher quality and better user experience. But for developers, traditional IT has historically been viewed as an adversary that hampers agile innovation and limits the ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity. IT can add value in a meaningful and impactful way in a DevOps world by ensuring security and compliance, managing costs and production deployments, but this must be accomplished frictionlessly without impacting development velocity. Embotics CTO Scott Davis will explore how developers and IT teams can forge beneficial partnerships while implementing DevOps methodologies and seamlessly incorporating the values of non-intrusive governance, compliance and security validation through automation, continuous QA, shift-left performance testing and orchestrating staging/production deployments. The session will offer actionable insight into: - How developers can effectively leverage IT in complementary ways in a DevOps environment to deliver strategic business value without impeding velocity; - How developers can more closely collaborate with IT leadership, QA and operations to implement the right tools and processes across DevOps workflows; - And how IT can better support developers in driving the value and acceleration of DevOps and cloud adoption across their organizations.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Davis

Scott Davis

EVP of Product Engineering & CTO, Embotics
Scott Davis is a well-known technology executive, entrepreneur, corporate advisor and vExpert. He is EVP of Engineering & Chief Technology Officer at Embotics, an award-winning Cloud Automation and Management company where he drives product engineering, technology strategy and advanced... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
DevExec Stage

4:00pm

KEYNOTE
Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Main Stage

4:00pm

KEYNOTE: The Path to Transformation with Hybrid Cloud
Cloud-enabled transformation has evolved from cost saving measure to business innovation strategy -- one that combines the cloud with cognitive capabilities to drive market disruption. Learn how you can achieve the insight and agility you need to gain a competitive advan- tage. William A Brown presents: • The foundational principles for a single hybrid cloud architecture • The essential attributes to enable business growth and innovation on the cloud • How microservices and cloud-based APIs can accelerate your innovation • Why existing data sources are so critical to your success • How DevOps and Containers can deliver new services around cognitive, machine learning and IoT • Roadblocks to avoid on your path to transformation

Speakers
avatar for William A. Brown

William A. Brown

IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO Cloud Application Services, IBM
William A. Brown is an innovation agent and trusted advisor who has  | built, managed, and led consulting and advisory practices, global IT  | architecture and development teams and cloud application develop- | ment services for Fortune 100 corporations across a wide variety of... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Main Stage

4:00pm

PRO TALK: Location-Based AI Experts - The New Chatbot
Today’s fast-paced consumer demands real-time data and information from all aspects of their life from the stores they visit to the stadiums they watch sports at to the transportation they take and so on. AI Chatbots have become a staple of various websites and apps, but most are for entertainment only and have a static, limited knowledge base. Rungson Samroengraja, President, Chief Operating Officer, and Co-Founder of Satisfi Labs, will dive into the new arena of dynamic chatbots and how a new AI algorithm can provide valuable business ROI and customer satisfaction. By leveraging dynamic data sources, and a real-time content management system, these bots can update themselves in real time to give consumers all the information they’re looking for when they want it.

Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Workshop Stage 2

4:00pm

PRO TALK: Flux Architecture, What is what?
Damian Kmiecik will discuss the concept of Flux architecture and what are the alternatives of state management in ReactJS. This presentation will show you how to use the most popular Flux implementations, such as Redux, MobX and Alt. Damian will show that none of these implementations is perfect, but in some cases, some of them save your life.

Speakers
avatar for Damian Kmiecik

Damian Kmiecik

Senior JavaScript Developer, React Trainer and Mentor, Grupa Pracuj
Damian is an enthusiast of React since 2015. From the moment he starts working with React, he decides to teach others how to deal with it. He is a conference speaker, mentor and trainer of workshops in Poland. Currently he is a Senior JavaScript Developer at Grupa Pracuj, one of the... Read More →


Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Workshop Stage 1

4:30pm

DeveloperWeek NYC 2018 Expo Block Party
Join us for the DeveloperWeek 2018 NYC Expo Block Party! 

The Expo Block Party gives registrants the chance to visit participating DeveloperWeek exhibitors, while enjoying free drinks & food.

Additionally, participants are encouraged to play our Expo Game, where visiting exhibitors during the show will allow you to win great prizes!

Tuesday June 19, 2018 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Expo Hall

6:00pm

PARTNER EVENT: Haarlem 2 Harlem International Pitchfest
Silicon Harlem in Harlem, New York and HaarlemValley in Haarlem, Netherlands are having an International Pitchfest. Three startups chosen by each country are selected to present their startup to a panel of experienced judges. Investors will be within the crowd to talk to these startups after the event.

If you would like to apply to be one of Silicon Harlem’s three companies submit your application here

https://goo.gl/forms/n1OBVwI0ZH7djkUW2

Application deadline June 12 @ 1pm

Attendees at DeveloperWeek New York have a Complimentary entrance, but Registration required.

Location: Columbia University:
Lenfest Center for the Arts 615 W 129th St, New York, NY 10027 
New York City , NY 100027 
United States

Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harlem-2-haarlem-international-pitchfest-2018-tickets-46337541835

Tuesday June 19, 2018 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Off site
 
Wednesday, June 20
 

8:00am

Registration Open
Wednesday June 20, 2018 8:00am - 4:00pm
Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St Brooklyn , NY 11222

9:00am

KEYNOTE: Bringing Machine Learning to an Early Stage Company
Some capability in machine learning has become table stakes even for early-stage engineering teams, but practical application continues to require a significant investment in tooling and training. This talk will lay out a minimum viable toolchain of philosophies, technologies, and approaches motivated by practical examples that have worked and, for entertainment, a few cases that went rather terribly wrong.

Speakers
avatar for Wiktor Macura

Wiktor Macura

Wiktor heads engineering at Citizen, working to reduce crime globally by building a safety network of people protecting each other. Previously he led teams at Square, helped scale Tumblr's infrastructure, and developed some of the algorithms and core data stores in Wolfram Alpha... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:00am - 9:25am
Main Stage

9:00am

OPEN TALK: Faster Development with Electron and Vue
From one of the few teams that have used Electron and Vue together in a production application, Cameron Adams talks about how using the two technologies together sped up their development process to bring faster solutions to coding problems and how others can get started using them together.

Speakers
avatar for Cameron	Adams

Cameron Adams

Cameron@CodePilot.ai, CodePilot.ai
Cameron Adams is a Software Engineer for CodePilot.ai and Software Development YouTuber seeking to make other’s development easier and more enjoyable.


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:00am - 9:25am
Expo Stage

9:00am

EXEC TALK: Building teams, goodwill, and awareness through open source engagement
Engaging with the open source community is beneficial to software companies, whether or not the company's core product follows an open source business model. Jade will share her experiences with the relationship between open source engagement and recruiting, the advantages and caveats of hiring from your open source community, and the advantages of supporting the open source community in other ways (such as giving free product or free upgrades to open source projects). Teams from engineers to devrel to community managers at many companies are well-positioned to engage with the community in a high leverage way to build thought leadership, build goodwill, and create general outreach.

Speakers
avatar for Jade Wang

Jade Wang

Head of Developer Relations, Cloudflare
Jade Wang is Head of Developer Relations at Cloudflare. Previously, she co-founded Sandstorm.io, and was employee #5 Meteor. Her Ph.D. is in neuroscience, and she had been a post doctoral researcher at NASA Ames Research Center. In a past life, she's also a classically trained mu... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
DevExec Stage

9:00am

PRO TALK: Smart Contracts and the Potential of Decentralized Applications
The company has gained attention for its efficient underlying blockchain technology and detailed roadmap, and the topics Patrick could talk about include: - Roadmap and developments -Smart contracts and the potential of decentralized applications. -Features that will be provided for mobile devices (i.e: Ignition?) -The QTUM X86, so everyone can build a smart contract -IoT and Supply chain -Writing smart contracts in different languages -real-world implementations of smart contracts -Strategic partnerships (i.e.: Baofeng Bokocloud ?)

Speakers
avatar for Jordan Earls

Jordan Earls

Qtum’s Co-founder and Lead Developer, Qtum
Jordan is a trusted and well-known member of the cryptocurrency community and has been developing software since he was thirteen. Jordan has reviewed over 100 altcoins and identified multiple exploits in coins. Tidbit on https://qtum.org/en/team... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Workshop Stage 1

9:00am

Expo Hall Open
Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:00am - 4:00pm
Expo Hall

9:25am

OPEN TALK: Fault-tolerant Architecture of the Bank's Front-office System

1. What is a heavily loaded frontal system of a bank.  What makes difference between the system and a web project. The frontal system is in IT landscape of a bank.

2. How is DBMS scaled in Enterprise environment? DBMS instances are shards provided that  technological stack is limited and difficult to change, vendor's scaling solutions are unreliable.

3. A web server and an application server are split similar to DBMS for achieving fault tolerance. It resulted into loose, independently working blocks. Each of block is servicing a part of customer. In case of block’s denial of service there is a reserve block available.

4. A routing component turns up to distribute data over blocks.  How to ensure its fault tolerance?

5. What is the source of customers’ data (transaction history, customer profile) if reserve block is up and running? What can be degraded while denial of service is on in terms of business needs?

6. What mechanisms provide continuous customer service in case of denial of back-office systems.

7. Corner of perspective architecture: omnichannel,  microservice architecture.


Speakers
avatar for Mikhail Peresypkin

Mikhail Peresypkin

Chief Lead for IT systems development, Sberbank Technology
Mikhail manages core platform development within the Program Unified Frontend System. He is the force behind bringing practice of development to the program Unified Frontend System.  Mikhail has more than 17 years of experience in software development and implementation. He enriched... Read More →
avatar for Roman Shekhovtsov

Roman Shekhovtsov

Chief Solution Architect of Unified Frontend System, Sberbank Technology
Having a more than 20-year experience in software development and architecture of financial services, Roman Shekhovtsov is chief solution architect of unified front-office system for Sberbank (largest bank in Central & Eastern Europe, 100M customers). He was lead developer of accounting... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Workshop Stage 2

9:25am

OPEN TALK: Welcome to the Living Application
Bonitasoft's Living Applications allow you to rapidly build business applications that can easily evolve, present data and serve processes. See how you can take advantage of Bonitasoft's UI Designer to quickly build pages for your Living Application and how these applications can be updated at runtime.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Pappas

Joe Pappas

Pre-sales Engineer, Bonitasoft
Joe Pappas has been a Business Process Management specialist for 18 years starting with Pepsico as a developer using IBM MQ Workflow. He continued at IBM where he took on various roles in the BPM domain before joining Bonitasoft. He is looking forward to the expanding capabilities... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Expo Stage

9:25am

PRO TALK: Automating LinkedIn’s Machine Learning & Data Pipelines with Workflow Engine Platform Azkaban
At LinkedIn - we are have built massively scalable open source workflow engine platform (Azkaban) which handles and orchestrates almost all of LinkedIn’s offline data infrastructure from AI and deep learning to analytics and from Hadoop to Spark. There are massive benefits in having one powerful workflow engine to power all your flows. However, as companies scale and workloads differ from machine learning to analytics simple workflow engine simply does not scale. Linkedin is solving this challenge with building "workflow engine platform" - highly pluggable and extensible open source work flow engine to automate Linkedin's offline data, AI and analytics infrastructure. Azkaban is fully open source and in process of becoming Apache project. This talk covers challenges in building workflow engine platform and deploying at LinkedIn scale

Speakers
avatar for Charlie Summers

Charlie Summers

Software Engineer, LinkedIn
Charlie has been working at LinkedIn on Azkaban since April 2017. He's worked on many pieces of the Azkaban Ecosystem (plugins, DSL, etc.) as well as the internal Azkaban build pipelines. Before working at LinkedIn, Charlie was a cadet at 42 Silicon Valley and before that he was supporting... Read More →
avatar for Jamie Sun

Jamie Sun

Software Engineer, LinkedIn
Jamie has been working at LinkedIn on Azkaban team since November 2016. She enjoys designing and implementing cool features for Azkaban. She has solved many practical problems for the distributed system. The initial integration test framework she developed has greatly improved the... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 9:25am - 9:50am
Main Stage

10:00am

PRO TALK: What I Have Learned After a Year of Mentoring Managers
Tech Managers from all type of organizations are dealing with very similar challanges. After a year of talking to engineering managers, I am going to cover the most common challanges and the most popular solution and share some tips from the best mentors in the industry. Issues we going to cover are hiring and interviewing, team process, managing remote teams and more.

Speakers
avatar for Ilya Pesahovsky

Ilya Pesahovsky

Director of Engineering, Dailymotion
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilya-pesahovsky-98ba842a/ | Director of Engineering at Dailymotion for a brand new stand alone project we started to build ground up a year ago. I am a backend engineer and engineering manager at heart. Mostly expert with API and services development... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 10:25am
Workshop Stage 1

10:00am

EXEC TALK: Managing, Growing and Keeping Technical Talent
Somebody once said that "you do not 'have' your best people, you are renting them". How do we effectively manage, grow and keep our top talent? How do you encourage engineers to invest their time with you while at the same time growing their careers and expanding their skillset?

Speakers
avatar for Pete	Martin

Pete Martin

VP Engineering, Pixability
Pete has been building and managing small, fast-moving start-up teams for over 18 years. He is also a hands-on technologist with a passion for big data, machine learning, innovative web architectures and scalable web systems. In his current role as VP of Engineering at Pixability... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
DevExec Stage

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Better, Faster, Stronger: Web Acceleration, Mobile Network Optimization, and Adding Features on the Edge

About 10% of all Internet requests flow through Cloudflare’s network. In addition to providing performance and security for over 7 million websites, Cloudflare exposes our entire infrastructure via a standard programmatic interface.

In this talk, we’ll cover:

  • Improving mobile app performance, especially over spotty network connections (mobile SDK)

  • Access control at the edge (Cloudflare Access)

  • How to write JavaScript that runs on Cloudflare’s edge (Cloudflare Workers)

  • Write plugins that other people can install onto their websites (Cloudflare Apps)

If you could leverage 151+ data centers worldwide, what would you build?


Speakers
avatar for Jade Wang

Jade Wang

Head of Developer Relations, Cloudflare
Jade Wang is Head of Developer Relations at Cloudflare. Previously, she co-founded Sandstorm.io, and was employee #5 Meteor. Her Ph.D. is in neuroscience, and she had been a post doctoral researcher at NASA Ames Research Center. In a past life, she's also a classically trained mu... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Workshop Stage 2

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Breathe New Life into your Existing JavaScript Components with Web Components

You may have built an existing JavaScript application using components that you love, maybe a grid, a chart, some treeviews, etc. But today your organization may be considering moving to a new framework, for example, Angular, React or Vue, and with new frameworks seeming to appear every week, who knows what is next.  How do you continue to use those great components from your original application? 

That’s where Web Components fits in!

In this session we will look at how you can use the Web Components specification to use your existing components you know and love in any framework - including no framework at all!  


Speakers
avatar for Marc Gusmano

Marc Gusmano

Solutions Architect, Sencha
Marc is a Sales Engineer with Sencha and has more than 30 years of experience in the software services industry. He has been extensively involved with custom HTML5 browser and mobile development projects, using his experience to build HTML5 Single Page Applications. Marc has worked... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Expo Stage

10:00am

PRO TALK: The State of the AI Ecosystem

In this talk, we’ll give an overview of the State of the AI Ecosystem today, from the enterprise perspective. We’ll cover investment and technology trends, sharing our vision of artificial general intelligence as analogous to biological perceptual systems. We’ll highlight the ways in which AI is solving real-world issues, and project where the market is heading based on our experience interacting with hundreds of AI companies in our pursuit of building a marketplace for the AI Ecosystem.


Speakers
avatar for Nirel Gramage

Nirel Gramage

Senior Project Analyst, Developer Ecosystem, Veritone
Nirel Gramage is Senior Project Analyst for Veritone's Developer Ecosystem, designed to provide onboarding, benchmarking, test data, analytics and monetization opportunities for AI cognitive engine and application developers. Her mission is to bridge the gap between global issues... Read More →
avatar for Allen Kim

Allen Kim

Senior Director of Product Management, Veritone
Allen Kim is Senior Director of Product Management at Veritone, where he’s responsible for the Veritone Developer application. Veritone Developer allows developers to build artificial intelligence powered engines, applications, and data products for the enterprise and government... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Main Stage

10:00am

Food Trucks Open
Wednesday June 20, 2018 10:00am - 4:00pm
Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St Brooklyn , NY 11222

11:00am

PRO TALK: The Journey of Machine Learning Platform Adoption in Enterprise
The promises of AI are great, but taking the steps to build and implement AI within an enterprise is challenging. As companies learn to build intelligent products in real production environments, engineering teams face the complexity of the machine learning development process—from data sourcing and cleaning to feature engineering, modeling, training, deployment, and production infrastructure. The secret behind enterprise AI success is to master an underlying platform that accelerates AI development at scale for both internal and external data scientists. Often, this task is easier said than done. Navigating the process of building a platform bears complexities of its own, particularly since the definition of “platform” is broad and inconclusive. Based on years of experience helping enterprises establish AI product strategies, Dr. Simon Chan walks through the various stages of building an AI platform that is right for your business, and avoiding common pitfalls. Dr. Chan shares his executive experience building unified AI platforms to power advanced machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and smart data discovery for multiple enterprise product lines. He discusses the strategic challenges involved in scaling a stable production AI system, engineering reusable components for repeatable success, automating AI with AI to accelerate adoptions and empowering developers with an expandable ecosystem. Along the way, he shares best practices for building an AI platform for large-scale production deployment.

Speakers
avatar for Simon Chan

Simon Chan

Senior Director, Einstein, Salesforce
@simonchannet Simon Chan is a Senior Director of Product Management for Salesforce Einstein where he oversees platform development and delivers products that empower anyone to build smarter apps with Salesforce. Simon is a product innovator and serial entrepreneur with more than... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:00am - 11:20am
Main Stage

11:00am

OPEN TALK: Power Up with Flow: Get “In the Zone” to Get Things Done
Have you ever been "in the zone?" How about working for hours, yet it felt like minutes? That’s flow. When we find flow in our work, that's when we're most alive.  That feeling leads us to be more innovative, productive, happy, and engaged. Despite these benefits, flow can be elusive at work.  Are you an engineer who gets interrupted all the time?  Or are you a leader who bounces from one meeting to the next? So how can you trigger flow?  And how can you stay in it? Based on 13 years of industry experience and hundreds of peer-reviewed journal publications, Mr. Jernigan will demonstrate a scientific approach to powering up at work by unlocking more flow. This is just Part 1. Be sure to attend the 2nd half of this Productivity Workshop - and win in powers of 2!

Speakers
avatar for Carter Jernigan

Carter Jernigan

Founder, Frictionless Systems
Carter Jernigan is an inventor and entrepreneur driven by the question: “How can I do things differently?” Today Carter is the founder of Frictionless Systems, a startup developing technologies to get people into flow (“in the zone"). After gaining software and leadership experience... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:00am - 11:45am
Workshop Stage 2

11:00am

EXEC TALK: Leading Developers to Innovate
In 4 years SWARM engineering team has built a swath of award winning digital products. From p2p mobile video streaming app, to the #1 ranked Apple TV app, to featured watch faces, machine learning implementations and developer productivity tools of our own. While the technical learning has been significant, learning how to push teachnical boundaries as a team has been a lot more rewarding. In this talk I share my learnings from in leading a diverse team to innovate quickly. What worked and what didn’t? The mistakes we made, the lessons learnt and what we're planning next.

Speakers
avatar for Somya Jain

Somya Jain

Partner, SWARM
Somya is a partner at SWARM, an award winning digital product studio that works with brands to create technology solutions that people love to use. Somya’s focus on mobile technologies has helped bring some very recognizable brands to your phone, including Sports Illustrated, National... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
DevExec Stage

11:00am

OPEN TALK: Building Secure Blockchain Application in Java on Exonum

Exonum is a framework for building private or permissioned blockchains, the core of Exonum is written in Rust. It’s used for governments, corporations and startups for creating their own secure and fast blockchain systems.

With the launch of Java Binding, the community of Java developers have an ability to develop services/smart-contracts for their blockchain applications on Exonum. On the workshop you will go through step by step guide on using this tool for creation of secure blockchain applications and how to run a service in Java on it.

This workshop will be useful for developers interested in distributed systems and blockchain applications.



Speakers
avatar for Dmitry Apanasenko

Dmitry Apanasenko

Tech Lead of Exonum Enterprise, BitFury
Dmitry is involved in IT industry for 7 years. Furthermore, he is getting his PhD in Computer Science. Dmitry has extensive experience in various enterprise projects, one was telecommunications project for AT&T. Also Dmitry run a travel startup that was successfully acquired. In 2017... Read More →
avatar for Dmitry Timofeev

Dmitry Timofeev

Java Developer at Exonum, Bitfury
Dmitry obtained his Masters in Computer Science and has extensive experience in embedded-development and parallel computing.  Also, he is interested in distributed systems. Dmitry develops enterprise-level applications and programming tools in Java since 2010. He joined the software... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Expo Stage

11:00am

PRO TALK: Accelerate Blockchain Applications Development with BPM
BPM-based application platforms can greatly simplify and enhance the development of applications on blockchain. BPM’s graphically based low-code development capabilities allow blockchain application developers to extract the complexity of blockchain and model it visually, so that it’s easier to quickly integrate applications with any public or private blockchain technology. @Bonitasoft we’ve built a few prototypes this year, and engaged with customers about building business solutions that leverage blockchain technology. Examples of these solutions: management of automobile orders using Chain.com and a document approval process using Stratumn blockchain technologies. In this talk we’ll discuss how we handle the complexity of integrating these solutions by leveraging the integration capabilities of a BPM-based application platform. We’ll also highlight the how to leverage a process-based approach to implement the business logic of the applications. This has a strong common point with blockchain’s concept of “always-forward” motion.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Chabanoles

Nicolas Chabanoles

Head of R&D, Bonitasoft
Nicolas was a technical expert and managed a team within a system integrator before joining Bonitasoft right at he beginning of the Bonitasoft adventure. First as an R&D engineer, and now as Bonitasoft Software Development Manager, Nicolas (also known as Captain Bonita) is passionate... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Workshop Stage 1

11:30am

KEYNOTE: How to Launch Your Career at High-Growth Companies
Join Roopak Majmudar, Senior Director of Core Engineering at Harry's and former Head of Product Engineering at Venmo as he discusses how he was able accelerate his career by working at high-growth companies. He will talk about his experience being thrown into the fire, as he took helm of an engineering department undergoing dramatic growth. He will discuss lessons learned in transforming an engineering organization and provide you with key takeaways for your career.

Speakers
avatar for Roopak Majmudar

Roopak Majmudar

Senior Director, Core Engineering, Harry's
Roopak Majmudar is Senior Director, Core Engineering at Harry's, a men's grooming brand that has its sights on becoming a multi-brand corporation. Roopak leads the Backend Services, Operations, Data Engineering and Quality teams. Roopak is formerly Head of Product Engineering at Venmo... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:30am - 11:55am
Main Stage

11:45am

OPEN TALK: Show and Tell Your Tips and Techniques – and Win in Powers of 2!
Part 2 of the Productivity Workshop: Everyone has tools and techniques they use to be productive. There's an endless list: custom-built frameworks, choice of languages and OS setup, IDE tricks and plugins—even how you arrange your desk. What doesn’t always happen, though, is sharing these clever tricks with your peers. Let's use DeveloperWeek to do just that: Share!  Take a few minutes to show off what makes you productive.  The top three innovators will win a prize in powers of 2 - as voted on by the attendees and InterSystems.

Speakers
avatar for Iran Hutchinson

Iran Hutchinson

Director Product Management – Data Platforms, InterSystems
Iran Hutchinson currently serves as Product Manager at InterSystems with a focus on driving global product strategy and development on the Java platform. Prior to joining InterSystems, Hutchinson held lead roles in enterprise architecture and development in companies such as IBM... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 11:45am - 12:30pm
Workshop Stage 2

1:00pm

OPEN TALK: Better Logging for Microservices with OpenTracing
Logging has been traditionally used as a debugging tool for understanding what an application is doing. As organizations move to highly distributed, microservices based applications, the value of logging data plummets because a single request can be executed not only by many threads within a single process, but also by many other processes. Trying to infer the causality from the logs, or even to get a consistent picture for a single request becomes impossible without the use of techniques like distributed tracing. In this talk we show how small changes in the logging APIs allow combining logs with tracing data to produce highly contextual picture of request execution with much finer granularity than the regular logs can support.

Speakers
avatar for Yuri Shkuro

Yuri Shkuro

Software Engineer, Uber
Yuri is a software engineer at [Uber Technologies](http://eng.uber.com/), working on distributed tracing, reliability, monitoring, and efficiency. Founder of [CNCF Jaeger](http://jaegertracing.io), a distributed tracing system, and co-author and Specification Council member of [CNCF... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Main Stage

1:00pm

PRO TALK:From Hackathons to Products
Addteq built Hackathon projects for JIRA, Hipchat, Firebase and Amazon Echo. This talk will go over how building these integrations provided the maturity to evolve the ideas into products and features.

Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

1:00pm

OPEN TALK: End-to-End Encryption tech overview for building secure & HIPAA-compliant apps
Following Virgil Security’s earlier talk, this session gives developers an overview of how End-to-End Encryption works and how they can get started implementing this technology in their apps.

Virgil Security is the company behind Twilio’s End-to-End Encrypted Messaging, with open source building blocks enables you to make privacy a feature and not a bug in your product. If you miss this talk, follow Virgil’s World Tour across AltConf, DeveloperWeek in NYC, Webit in Sofia, online webinars, technical workshops and more: https://virgilsecurity.com/worldtour

Speakers
avatar for David Szabo

David Szabo

VP of Developer Platform, Virgil Security
David's mission is to empower developers to bring perfect privacy to their users. Before joining Virgil Security, he built ZeroKit, a Zero Knowledge app security platform used by Apple, Microsoft and Realm developers in many healthcare apps. He also co-founded a social network analysis... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Expo Stage

1:00pm

CANCELLED: PRO TALK: The Elements and Challenges to Building a Successful AI Technology Stack for the Enterprise
This talk covers how artificial intelligence is automating back office functions for enterprises, providing less time-consuming and more inexpensive solutions. To highlight exactly how AI is automating back office functions, I will go into depth about technology I have developed that uses artificial intelligence techniques to automate auditing for corporate expense reports. I will also talk about the technology stack, which includes machine learning, semantic reasoning, computer vision and natural language understanding, and discuss how to effectively combine various techniques to build a robust intelligent system. To showcase the accuracy and effectiveness, I will highlight results from deployments at Fortune 500 companies. Lastly, I will discuss how similar technologies can be used to develop artificial intelligence solutions that automate other back office functions, such as invoicing.

Speakers

Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

1:00pm

CANCELLED: PRO TALK: Blockchain 101: Getting Rid of the Middleman When it Comes to Controlling Your Assets
At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, new Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), also known as Blockchain, emerged, combining peer to peer networking, cryptography and distributed systems to develop a new type of database. The primary breakthrough with this new database is that everyone has access to a copy of the same information that can be mathematically proven to be the same, thus auto-reconciling. Rajesh Nair, the VP of Engineering at Paxos, will cover some of the basics of blockchain as well as preview some of the technology’s advancements. This discussion will reveal how blockchain developers are playing a pivotal role on the accelerating adoption of digital assets and how blockchain technology, being tamper-proof and immutable, is a major innovation for people in database networks, allowing anyone to have complete control over their assets without relying on intermediaries.

Speakers
avatar for Rajesh Nair

Rajesh Nair

VP of Engineering, Paxos
Raj has over 15 years of experience working at both financial and silicon valley technology companies. Prior to joining Paxos, Raj was Chief Architect on the trading system and enterprise data hub at BlackRock. He has an extensive background in large-scale platform engineering and... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage 1

1:00pm

CANCELLED: A Technical "Tour de Force" on Testing Microservices
Micro-services provide enterprises with better ways of building systems, and since they go hand in hand with continuous delivery we have to build pipelines to automatically test and deploy applications to different environments. It is safe to say that testing plays a key role in the all process. During this session, I will demonstrate the different testing strategies within a micro-service architecture. This will be hands on live coding session going from the simple building blocks to a fully complete application properly tested.

Speakers
avatar for Steven Ndaye

Steven Ndaye

Senior Software Engineer, VAT IT
Steven is a senior software engineer at VAT IT working on many well- established technologies available on the market, with focus on open-source technologies as well as proprietary tools. Apart from his programming experience, he also spent time lecturing Technical Programming to... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
DevExec Stage

1:25pm

OPEN TALK: Community as a Platform
The 4th industrial revolution is being defined by connectivity, software, and inclusive engineering   At the center of our infrastructure upgrade, is the user.   This session will focus on how the important role a community plays when designing and deploying next generation applications, services and devices.This 4th industrial revolution must be able to transform local and global communities into opportunity for all. You will get information on real projects focused on advanced 5G wireless, edge cloud computing, and how everything becomes tech-enabled.

Speakers
avatar for Clayton Banks

Clayton Banks

CEO, Silicon Harlem


Wednesday June 20, 2018 1:25pm - 1:50pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: State of WebXR: What do you need to know today for building Web Mixed Reality Applications
The virtual world is cluttered. No other way to put it. We have VR, AR, MR, XR and more technologies and jargons than ever before. But what does it all mean for a developer? How are they relevant? Do we need to go back to learning new technologies to build on each platform, or we keep on iterating on new technologies till industry and users fix their mind on one. And why now? In this session we will try to answer three question. -Where all this VR,AR,MR,XR are different, or are they? -Why now? -And what do we need to know to build the experience Come to the talk to learn how we at Mozilla Mixed Reality team are bridging the gap between all these technologies and bringing the power back to open web. Build your WebVR apps using aframe, build WebAR apps without markers using WebXR api's without any vendor lock-in. And how you can help, be part of the journey

Speakers
avatar for Rabimba Karanjai

Rabimba Karanjai

Researcher, Mozilla / Rice University
Rabimba Karanjai is a full time graduate researcher, part time hacker and FOSS enthusiast. He is working with Mozilla Research Mixed Reality team on WebVR. | | He also is a Mozilla TechSpeaker and would love to chat with you on VR,AR,Security and openweb over a cup of coffee or... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: Stream Processing is Hard: Why it's Hard to Have Nice Things that are Fast

An ideal data platform would have the following characteristics: Fast, Cheap, Accurate, Horizontally Scalable, and Fault Tolerant, but it's hard to have these characteristics combined in one data platform.

 Typically, batch processing is cheap and accurate, but it sacrifices efficiency. Stream processing is fast, but there are many failure modes in stream processing, making fault tolerance more difficult to reason about. Finding the right balance between these requirements is difficult, therefore, lambda architectures are highly popular.

Rather than making one solution achieve all of these things, you can run batch and stream in parallel which allows for the entire system to achieve the required characteristics. However, this is not cheap. But, what if we could make stream processing accurate, fault tolerant, and horizontally scalable?

 This talk will do a deep dive into the complexities of performing a join across multiple large data sets and how to build a reliable stream processing platform. The motivating use case will be the core auctions join that AppNexus must perform in order to determine which auctions transacted, which sees 1.2M events/second and 600MB/sec.


Speakers
avatar for Mike Freyberger

Mike Freyberger

Software Engineer, AppNexus
Mike Freyberger is a software engineer at AppNexus. Mike grew up in New Jersey, went to college in New Jersey, and lives in New Jersey.


Wednesday June 20, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Expo Stage

2:00pm

PRO TALK: MongoDB and Other NoSQL Database Techs in The Blockchain Stack
With the recent explosion of cryptocurrencies and the rapid rise of associated blockchain technologies, some seem to assume that blockchain will replace many other types of databases. Many even believe that blockchains are a database. We won’t debate that. However, we will discuss what blockchain is, why this technology is taking off, its basic architecture and functionality and how it really works. We'll also cover smart contracts a bit before pointing out where gaps still exist. It's in those gap areas that we go back to the idea of using complementary technologies - including NoSQL databases such as MongoDB and Elasticsearch - for multiple purposes as they make sense both on and off the blockchain, and show sample framework architectures such as for smart contracts.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly	Wilkins

Kimberly Wilkins

Principal Engineer, ObjectRocket
Kimberly worked as an Oracle DBA for over 18 years before becoming the Principal Engineer and DBA at ObejctRocket. She specializes in using NoSQL technologies to support customers with divergent applications, needs, and data sources like social media, mobile, gaming, analytics, user... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Workshop Stage 1

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Blowing up the Monolith - Practical Advice on Microservices
With the increasing maturity of container technology and orchestration tools like Kubernetes, transitioning from legacy monolithic applications to microservices is becoming more accessible to teams and organizations around the world. Based on my first hand experience with enterprise organizations and developers who have pursued the transition we will be looking at different strategies, common mistakes and the overall technical process.

Speakers
avatar for Thijs Schreijer

Thijs Schreijer

Solution Architect @ CTO Office, Kong, Inc.
Thijs Schreijer has been working in IT for almost 25 years. He had many different roles from management consultant to service manager to software engineer, in just as many disciplines, infrastructure, outsourcing, testing and software development. He joined the startup Kong Inc in... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
DevExec Stage

2:30pm

3:00pm

KEYNOTE: Tomorrow’s Business Apps – Chatbots, Augmented Reality, and What Else?
Today, omnichannel is more than phones, tablets, wearables and the web. It also means chatbots and augmented reality and speech-driven apps like those for Amazon Alexa -- technologies that are transitioning from bleeding edge to leading edge to mainstream. Tomorrow, there will be new devices, interaction modes, and application platforms to explore as well as new combinations of today’s emerging technologies. In this session, Bill Bodin, CTO of Kony, Inc., will explore how chatbots, combined with cognitive computing, AI, and natural language processing with a vast knowledge base fed by software capable of digesting human readable text, will revolutionize the way end-users interact with their digital apps.

Speakers
avatar for Bill Bodin

Bill Bodin

Chief Technology Officer, Kony, Inc.
Bill Bodin is Kony’s Chief Technology Officer. In this role, Bodin is responsible for fortifying Kony’s innovation leadership in the enterprise mobility market and shaping Kony’s technology vision. He chairs the company’s architect council, leads the technology evangelism... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Main Stage

3:00pm

OPEN TALK: Using Virtual Reality to Visualize Code
Visual programming has been confined to a 2D world for decades, but with virtual reality, we can see code the way our brains think: in 3D.

Today, it's hard to understand how different pieces of a single codebase fit together. IDEs excel at showing one piece of code at a time, and static analysis tools only help so much. At Primitive, we're rethinking the problem by putting *all* of your code in a 3D environment for you to explore. This exercises your natural pattern recognization abilities and engages your spatial memory. Retention and recall of information learned is improved. The effect is amplified when the environment is shared with teammates locally, and around the globe.

If we then bring in data captured by executing the code, we can show patterns: what parts of the codebase are active, and which code calls which other code. Together, this data can be woven into a story telling us how the code functions. We will show how our visualization enables this storytelling.

With the ability to rapidly make sense of complex, dynamic code, software teams can improve their productivity with a few simple practices:

  • Adopting a training protocol, making use of virtual reality to expedite ramp-up time.
  • Sharing knowledge of code with teammates using 3D visualizations.
  • Frequently visualizing your own changes in the context of the larger application, making sure new changes fit the existing architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Avik Das

Avik Das

CTO, Primitive


Wednesday June 20, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Expo Stage

3:00pm

PRO TALK : The Future of Photography: Perfecting Images and Video through AI and Deep Learning
Digital Cameras are ubiquitous and ever present. They come in the form of cell phones, security cameras and more traditional DSLR cameras. We’ll look at a new breed of AI enabled cameras and devices that enable a casual user superhero abilities to take amazing photos. We’ll also look at devices that secure our homes and fly-on-the-wall cameras that capture the important moments of our lives. The message for developers is simple - photography drives engagement and conversions. Just how do I manage and curate the billions of images and videos being uploaded to sites every day? We’ll dive into case studies and find solutions using AI and Deep Learning to solve one of the biggest content challenge for developers today. So "App developers, DevOps Managers, content creators will want attend this session to learn how AI and Deep Learning is changing the way people capture and use photos and videos.

Speakers
avatar for Dan	Zeitman

Dan Zeitman

Developer Advocate, Cloudinary
Dan Zeitman is a Developer Evangelist for Cloudinary, a company that offers an end-to-end solution for developers entire image and video related needs.   Dan’s experience spans three decades where he has had the opportunity to take on a variety of roles to create and deliver many... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Stage 2

3:30pm

DeveloperWeek NYC Raffle Drawings
There will be 4 raffle drawings at DeveloperWeek NYC at 3:30 PM on the Main Stage. 

  • Raffle 1: Parrot Drone  -- Bebob 2 Power FPV Pack Bundle w/Sky 2 controller & Cockpit glasses ($599 value) 
  • Raffle 2: Two (2) PRO Passes to API World 2018 (Sep. 10-12, San Jose Convention Center) ($3,990 value)
  • Raffle 3: Two (2) PRO Passes to BlockWorld 2018 (Sep. 12-14, San Jose Convention Center) ($2,590 value)
  • Raffle 4: Two (2) PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek Austin 2018 (Nov. 6-8, Palmer Events Center) ($1,490 value)
  • Raffle 5: Two (2) PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2019 (Feb. 20-24, Oakland Convention Center) ($1,790 value)
To enter one of the raffles:
1) Visit the Information Desk in the Expo Hall.
2) Place your business card in the raffle box you wish to enter.
3) Be present on Wednesday at 3:30 PM in the Main Stage.
4) Listen and hear if your name is called!

Wednesday June 20, 2018 3:30pm - 3:40pm
Main Stage

3:30pm