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ILTT facilitates knowledge & experience exchange between Israeli tech professionals. We exchange face-to-face, hands on, free of charge, high quality Tech Talks.
More fascinating speakers from reversim summit are happy to make them self available, to come and speak at your offices.
For more, go to ILTT talks.
Introduction to Zenoss monitor- Vitaly Karasik @Vringo
Zenoss in-depth - OO architecture, templates, devices, datasources, graphs, events, alerts, reports, inventory, Zenpacks extensions
A Successful Git branching model with git-flow- Igal Tabachnik @CodeValue
Git-flow is a set of extensions to git that allow you and your team to focus on releasing features quicker, by introducing a consistent, easy to follow branching model workflow, that doesn't get in your way...
QA without QA- Uri Nativ @Klarna
I believe that the best way to improve the quality of your software is not to have a QA organization. It's not about not testing, on the contrary, it is about treating quality as a mindset, a way of working and a good set of tools. Not as a process or a gatekeeper...
Functional OOP, Clojure style- Yoav Rubin @IBM
There is a set of ideas that is traditionally considered the hallmark of OOP - abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. Clojure, while being a functional programming language, has adapted these ideas to fit the functional programming paradigm, in a way that merges the best of two worlds..
10 Phrases That Can Derail an Agile Project- Gil Zilberfeld @Typemock
How innocent phrases, thrown around casually, can have a devastating effect on agile projects. I’m going to discuss where these phrases come from, and how they can easily be misinterpreted and the effect they can have on a project, from mild cynicism to utter distrust..
Danger! Craftsmen ahead!- Gil Zilberfeld @Typemock
Lately, the craftsmanship movement has been getting many followers. It is not the first time that a group of developers say they had enough, and it's time for a change. Only this time, it's different.It may be unpopular, but it needs saying: Before joining the craftsmanship crusade, people should read the fine print...
Coverage Lies- Gil Zilberfeld @Typemock
For years we’ve looked for coverage as the key metric representing quality. We know it’s not much, but it’s what we’ve got, right?The truth is that coverage lies all the time. The easiest way to trick coverage tool is remove the ”assert” statement from the test...
Building Lightweight Products- Uri Lavi @PicScout
You are about to build the next thing that will conquer the world, but you don't know where to start from?This talk will focus on best principles of ""product"" discovery & design strategies...
Composing Software- Uri Lavi @PicScout
There is a huge parallel between writing clean and effective code and the way people compose articles, books and music.In this session we will review the process of writing software...
Doing Lean in B2B- Oren Raboy @Totango
I will share my experience in following lean principles in B2B startups, to overcome some of the main challenges B2B startups face: finding target customers, getting quality feedback and scoping minimal feature sets for iterative-validation...
Products have feelings too- Iris Shoor @takipi
Iris will share how her product reached millions of B2B users and very high engagement by using humor and feelings. Iris will review other products and demo how using geek jokes, emotional design and star-wars references in the product itself can make it more viral and engaging...
Thanks for sharing!
Ori & Daniel