One of the nice thing about the Øredev conference is that it is not only a conference about technology, but also about humanity and how technology is changing our lives. Below are some of my favorite sessions from last week.
A hot subject right now, and one that brings the Java and .NET communities together. I did a full day tutorial/workshop on AngularJS with Zach Briggs.
- AngularJS 2.0 – Rob Eisenberg
- Ember components make my heart sing – John K. Paul
Two really interesting sessions that make me wanna strap the tinfoil even tighter around my head.
- Confessions of an accidental security tester – Alan Richardson
- Security for developers – Sebastian Olsson, Emil Kvarnhammar
Internet of Things
- Wearable apps that people want – Kevin Grant
- The wearable application server – Holly Cummins
- IoT magic show – Stephen Chin
Continuous Delivery and Devops
Getting developers and operations together is all the rage, and there is a lot of talk about tools like Vagrant and Docker.
- Continuous delivery for architects – Neal Ford
- Amazing log management with Elasticsearch – Emil Cardell
- Continuous delivery with openshift – Siamak Sadeghianfar
There was not that many sessions about Clojure this year, but Clojurescript seems to be gaining traction.
Arts and entertainment
- About passion and collaboration – Neil Rodgers, Tony Ernst I could not help but get starstruck listening to Neil Rodgers, doing some real impressive namedropping and laying down some funky riffs.
- Deconstructing Her – Chris Noessel An analysis of the user interfaces in Spike Jonze’s movie.
- The most human human – Brian Christian Do we all spend each day in a world wide Turing test?
You can find a lot more good sessions on Øredev’s Vimeo site. Go check them out!