From licenses to subscriptions

Slide Deck Rolf McLaughlin – From License to Subscriptions

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Supporting Arab (and other languages) in your web apps

When we talk about internationalization and localization of a web application today, we consider these, business as usual – there is nothing new. But what is it like to support the Arabic language in our applications? Is it enough to translate, change the font, change the direction of the text and the images? We must […]

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KDD: Kubernetes Driven Development

Kubernetes is becoming the standard in container orchestration but tooling is still lagging behind more mature environments. While that’s true, the community has rallied behind this technology and has started to develop tools to help develop, manage and deploy Kubernetes ready applications. This talk aims to introduce tools like Telepresence to improve development by allowing […]

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Open Knowledge Platform Use-Cases

Many of Open Knowledge International’s projects are technical in nature. Its most prominent project, CKAN, is used by many of the world’s governments to host open catalogues of data that their countries possess. CKAN is a tool for making open data websites. (Think of a content management system like WordPress – but for data, instead […]

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Implementing a Lambda Architecture with Go, Redis, PubSub and BigQuery

Overview of a custom Lambda Architecture for real-time behavioral personalisation, developed in the Go programming language, running on Google AppEngine and using Redis for the serving layer and BigQuery for the batch layer.

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From webscale to meltdown

What do webscale and the MELTDOWN attack have in common ? This is a session in 3 acts, it will make you smile and think.   Slide Deck https://www.slideshare.net/secret/F81GXasLYs5CiL

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Span<> and Refs – Safe memory optimizations in .NET

.NET Core 2.1 and C# 7.2 include features that will radically improve performance of .NET applications, namely Span<>, ref structs, ref returns and read-only ref parameters. I’l go through code examples and benchmarks to show how these are important and how they can be used.

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Azure Information Protection – Rollout, adoption and best practices

With the GDPR and the requirement of more security with our company data, we will talk about Azure Information Protection, RMS and the new AIP Scanner in real life Scenarios. We’ll talk about issues you don’t know before rollout and about a usage from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and with different tenants. Come with […]

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Enhance your React Applications: Tips & Design Patterns

We all want our applications code to be reusable, readable and testable. This session is a collection of components design patterns and tips that can be used to improve our React applications with these goals in mind. More suitable to developers who are well acquainted with React basics and want to level up their skills.

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Bridge the gap with Chat Automation

In this session we will cover a range of topics regarding Chat automation and the possibilities this gives us. We will dive into the concept of ChatOps, what it is, how we can implement it and what the benefits are. After this brief introduction we will dive into real-world examples of setting up and configuring […]

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