3:45 PM Saturday
ACID transactions are not always necessary in a document-oriented database. But if you do need them, Mongo now supports them! I'll show you how ACID transactions work in Mongo, and what it implies for your data design.
Practical advice and considerations for how to identify, build, and grow a distributed team. The talk will cover issues like considerations for identifying a location, recruiting and building a team, effective and efficient communication channels, and ensuring remote offices are set up for success.
Using your existing web technology skills, learn how to use Tizen Studio to develop a wearable web app, and bring your apps to millions of global users.
This talk will explore some of the modern, open source tools from the Open Mainframe Project, including APIs, shells, GUIs, and automation tooling for z/OS. It will also discuss the native Linux support on the IBM LinuxONE series of mainframes.
If you are an Engineering Manager or you're just curious about mgmt, then this session is for you. Interview Kickstart will go in-depth into what interviewers, especially at top companies, look for in an EM interview. And how to prepare for those!
GraphQL promises to simplify client-server communication. Used correctly, it can provide a clean and performant way to communicate. This talk will explore what we learned from that adoption focusing on both server-side and client-side aspects.
This session is to show developers how to grow their career through Open Source. Through the "open" contribution, there are options for you to build your credibility to correspond to business needs.
This session will cover native iOS development with the best architecture, design patterns, libraries, components, tools, tips, tricks and new features from WWDC 2019.
In this C# demo, we will go through a step by step guide to turn normal code into asynchronous code.
A new front-end stack is emerging, with one theme - constraints that scale. They involve building Design Systems and TypeScript for consistency, Apollo GraphQL, and server- or statically-rendered React.
Algorand is a new blockchain built on a Permissionless, pure proof of stake, decentralized agreement protocol, where anyone can participate. This protocol finalizes transactions quick & offers true decentralization