Monthly presentation nights providing technical presentations of interest to Java software developers, especially focusing on aspects of the Java language and JVM, system & application architecture, third party frameworks & components, as well as other areas of interest (e.g. career management, business-social skills, pizza, etc.).
Bevorstehende Events (3)Alles ansehen
- Building an SDLC ToolshedLink für Teilnehmer sichtbar
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The Technical Skills Share Group (TSSG) is a group of people interested in keeping their technical skills current. When I started attending meetings with TSSG in 2015, they didn't have any technical tools to work with. Thus, https://technologynursery.org was born, growing into all the tools needed to develop quality software productively.
In this Zoom meeting talk, you will hear from TSSG members about our journey to develop, test, automate, and deploy https://tssg.tech and its administration site; the tools we use, the challenges we overcame (like a recent ransom attack), what we learned, and where we are going from here.
Ralph A. Navarro
In Hanna-Barbera's cartoon series "The Jetsons", George would go to work at Spacely Space Sprockets. He would sit in front of a computer and there would be a button in front of him; kind of like the "Easy Button". He would press the button and the whole factory would start working. I make the button! More importantly, I enjoy teaching others to create the button too!
26 years automating software quality throughout the SDLC. Industries Helped: Medical Devices, HealthCare, IT, Securities, and Productivity Software.
A retired software engineer who designed and tested devices that built the internet. I worked for the Codex Corporation of Motorola for over 20 years until it closed. After some training, worked at Techfusion for a few years in field technical support. More recently I helped, with maintaining and setting up edge devices.
Air force, Burroughs, Data Resources, division of Standard & Poors, RSA, Venify
- Security and Productivity - Pick Two with Reproducible buildsMicrosoft, Burlington, MA
Reproducible builds are crucial for ensuring software integrity but can be challenging to achieve. On the other hand, build caches provide a way to speed up builds by reusing previously-built artifacts and dependencies.
This talk will explore how reproducible builds and build caches can work together to create a more efficient, secure, and enjoyable development workflow. We will discuss the benefits and challenges of reproducible builds and build caches and provide practical tips for implementation.
HINT: If a build is reproducible, it's also cacheable!
Attendees will come away with a solid understanding of reproducible builds and build caches and how to implement them to achieve faster, more reliable, and more secure software builds.
Brian Demers is a Developer Advocate at Gradle and a PMC member for the Apache Shiro project. He spends much of his day contributing to OSS projects in the form of writing code, tutorials, blogs, and answering questions. Along with typical software development, Brian also has a passion for fast builds and automation.
Away from the keyboard, Brian is a beekeeper and can likely be found playing board games. You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/briandemers.
- Refactoring from Imperative to Functional Style by Venkat SubramaniamMicrosoft, Burlington, MA
Learning syntax is part of our lives and that comes from practice. The challenge with programming in the functional style is to be able to think in a paradigm that is different from the one we are used to. In this live coding presentation, we will take a look at how to promote such thinking by taking some imperative style code and refactoring to functional style. Along the way, we will discuss the thought process to make the journey a pleasant experience and also explore functions baked into the JDK that make this possible..
Dr. Venkat Subramaniam is an award-winning author, founder of Agile Developer, Inc., and an instructional professor at the University of Houston.
He has trained and mentored thousands of software developers in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia, and is a regularly-invited speaker at several international conferences. Venkat helps his clients effectively apply and succeed with sustainable agile practices on their software projects.
Venkat is a (co)author of multiple technical books, including the 2007 Jolt Productivity award winning book Practices of an Agile Developer. You can find a list of his books at agiledeveloper.com. You can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter at @venkat_s.