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Michele Titolo talks about the basic infrastructure and tooling needs for microservices to be successful.
Harry Trimble discusses creating data services that are simple and effective, explaining how user’s data is used, how automated decisions are made, respecting human’s rights.
Kevin Pilch discusses improvements in VS 2017: performance improvements in startup and solution load, editing, code style, quick fixes, refactorings, unit testing, debugging, deployment, and more.
Adam Mckaig and Liz Fong-Jones talk about how SREs discover and debug problems at Google during outages, and share real stories about their experiences.
Michael Bryzek highlights specific key decisions that very directly impact the quality and maintainability of a microservice architecture, covering infrastructure, continuous deployment, and more.
Maarten Breddels introduces Jupyter, a learning web application, detailing how its widgets can be used in different programming languages.
Petra Bierleutgeb takes a look at gRPC, discussing how its support for HTTP/2, protocol buffers, type-safety and others makes it an alternative to REST/JSON-based service communication.
Josh Seiden discusses turning Product Managers into Outcome Managers, measuring their effectiveness not by how much software they deliver but how much value they create.
Yanqing Cheng discusses ethical decision-making with a focus on how intuitions don’t scale, emotion and instincts lead us to do the wrong thing, and how to do things right.
Gitte Klitgaard discusses the tools provided for each team involved in a project and how they were enabled to build the foundations themselves.
Andy Carmichael discusses making better decisions by using Kanban Lens and filters.