Come talk with us about software engineering, coding, naming, process management... you name it, really.
All you need is talk. Talk is all you need.
No, seriously. Here are some example topics:
- Best practices in isolated tests in Rails.
- Will functional programming overcome object oriented?
- How to sneak a new programming language into a project without the manager knowing it?
And here are some topics already submitted by attendees:
- Paul Klipp: Kanban in practice
- Damian Łukasik: Continuous performance monitoring in production
- Piotr Leszczyński:
I'm deeply concerned about process management, improving the process, changing it, experimenting. Currently I've been working with Kanban in my team for 3 years. I've been using Personal Kanban for 1 year in my office. Recently I've started using Personal Kanban with my wife.
I would gladly talk about things connected with improving our day-to-day work, especialy in our private life. Do we improve? How do we improve? What do we change and why? How do we measure the improvement?
- Wiktor Żołnowski: Reversed tests piramid
- Adam Pohorecki:
Over a couple of years of experimenting with design, I arrived at a pattern, that most objects in the systems I write have just one public method that has some logic, or are pure value types. Ever since I started playing with Clojure I feel that the (well designed) functional languages offer significant benefits over regular OO languages like Ruby or Python and fit my way of thinking better. I would like to discuss the future of programming languages, and whether it is functional.
- Adam Pohorecki: Ping-Pong Pomodoro Pair Programming
- Paweł Pierzchała:
Anyone knows contract tests? How to make automated contract verification useful?
- Anna Leśniak:Synchronization using couchdb on mobile devices.
- Hanna Seweryn:
Choosing the right technology and solutions at the very beginning of a new project
- Szymon Pobiega:
Do we need multi tasking operating systems any more?
With ubiquitous virtualization technologies hardly anybody runs more than one application per VM. A VM is usually either a web server (hosting Apache or IIS) or app server (hosting some app server) or a DB. How about an OS that would boot into one particular process, without any command shell. The image of the OS would be produced directly by the build process. Think about gains in terms of security and performance (no overhead of IPC, paged memory, UIs and other stuff).
- Marcin Kulik:
Is HTML5 the way to go for everyone? Firefox OS, Tizen, Windows 8 bet on HTML5 stack for building apps. Is this open and standarized way good for future app development?
We've got some space reserved for lightning talks - let us know up to two days before the conference if you want to speak!
- 9.00 Registration coffee
- Short welcome
- Lightning talks
- Open Space planning
- Open Space sessions
- 13.00 Lunch break
- Open Space sessions
- 17.00 Closing/Ending/Finito