Keynote

Programming Talks tagged with: "Keynote"

The Value of Values

Rich Hickey
32 minutes
In this keynote speech from JaxConf 2012, Rich Hickey, creator of Clojure and founder of Datomic gives an awesome analysis of the changing way we think about values (not the philosphoical kind) in light of the increasing complexity of information technology and the advent of Big Data. The broad subject ...

Keynote GoingNative 2012 C++

Bjarne Stroustrup
an hour
We know how to write bad code: litter our programs with casts, macros, pointers, naked new and deletes, and complicated control structures. Alternatively (or additionally), we could obscure every design decision in a mess of deeply nested abstractions using the latest object-oriented programming and generic programming tricks. Then, for good ...

Old Is the New New

Everything is changing. Everything is new. Frameworks, platforms and trends are displaced on a weekly basis. Skills are churning. And yet... Beneath this seemingly turbulent flow there is a slow current, strong and steady, changing relatively little over the decades. Concepts with a long history appear in new forms and fads ...

Small Is Beautiful

Systems get bigger, technologies reach further, practices mature, advice changes... or at least some of it does. Some guidance remains unaffected by the passing of paradigms, the evolution of technology or the scaling of development: break your software into small, cohesive parts defined by clear interfaces and sound implementations, all ...

"How we stopped SOPA"

Aaron Swartz keynote - "How we stopped SOPA" at F2C:Freedom to Connect 2012, Washington DC on May 21 2012. http://freedom-to-connect.net/ ...

One Hacker Way

Erik Meijer
an hour
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2015 http://gotocph.com Erik Meijer - Founder at Applied Duality, Inc. ABSTRACT Erik challenges the basic ideas on Scrum & Agile and how developers should be developing code for the future. In the next decade every business will be digitized and effectively become a software company. Leveraging software, ...

Rethinking Design, Risk, and Software

Our increasingly complex needs have led us to build increasing complex software. We’ve done this in an incremental fashion, building code on top of code. We write understandable snippets of code built on programming languages we know well and then bundle them into program structures to perform complex tasks. This ...

Things that Matter

In the 45+ years since Scott Meyers wrote his first program, he’s played many roles: programmer, user, educator, researcher, consultant. Different roles beget different perspectives on software development, and so many perspectives over so much time have led Scott to strong views about the things that really matter. In this ...

The Many Meanings of Event-Driven Architecture

Martin Fowler
an hour
Towards the end of last year I attended a workshop with my colleagues in ThoughtWorks to discuss the nature of “event-driven” applications. Over the last few years we've been building lots of systems that make a lot of use of events, and they've been often praised, and often damned. Our ...

Apple iPad 2 Keynote

Steve Jobs
an hour
http://bit.ly/gAAXPd This is the Apple Special Event 2011 which took place on 2nd March 2011 The iPad 2 is amazing! http://equimedia.blogspot.com/ ...

Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks. ...

Macworld Boston 1997-The Microsoft Deal

Steve Jobs
12 minutes
Here we see Steve Jobs & the almost bankrupt at the time Apple Computer making a temporary deal with Bill Gates & Microsoft. The crowd was not too happy about it. ...

Chef Style DevOps Kungfu

Adam Jacob
an hour
Ths talk explains what DevOps is, and defines a style of practice that comes from the lived experience of many DevOps professionals. It is a collaborative space, where all practitioners of the style can come together to create a reference for how to build up their own DevOps Kung fu, ...

Agile is Dead

Dave Thomas
41 minutes
Dave Thomas was one of the creators of the Agile Manifesto. A year ago, he told us that Agile is Dead. How could this be? Why had he deserted us? And what are we to do? It turns out that while the "Agile" industry is busy debasing the meaning of ...

The How and Why of Fitting Things Together - Joe Armstrong

Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2013 More info and slides on the website: http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/SFBay2013/talks Software is difficult because the parts don't fit together. Why is this? Can we do anything about this? And what's this got to do with Erlang? Come to my talk and you'll find out! ...

Idée Fixe

For an industry steeped in a mythos of innovation and invention, the path towards reliable software is often obstructed by a web of fixed ideas. Fixed ideas, by actively obscuring alternatives, lead us to inaccurately the weigh the risks and benefits associated with our choices whether they be of an ...

Simplicity Matters

Rich Hickey, the author of Clojure and designer of Datomic, is a software developer with over 20 years of experience in various domains. Rich has worked on scheduling systems, broadcast automation, audio analysis and fingerprinting, database design, yield management, exit poll systems, and machine listening, in a variety of languages. ...

Open Source, Agile, and Your Brain

Andy Hunt, co-founder of The Pragmatic Programmers, LLC and a well known programmer, author, and publisher, starts the conference with his take on open source and where we're going. ...