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Slow Down To Go Faster Than Ever, But How?

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Lemi Orhan ErginCo-Founder & Agile Software Craftsman at Craftbase Slow Down To Go Faster Than Ever, But How? Software development has evolved so quickly throughout the years. New tools, methodologies, practices, even new disciplines and principles have been introduced. From single individuals to tens of inter-connected development teams, from co-located teams to fully-remote distributed teams, [...]

Tech bankruptcy: Looking back on a decade of bad decision making

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Luka KladarićChaos Manager & Software Engineer Tech bankruptcy: Looking back on a decade of bad decision making Since the dawn of software development, we’ve been faced with the same impossible choice every single day: do it quickly or do it well. We do our best to make the right choice for the task at hand, [...]

So, you’re writing code one line at a time? Yeah, right.

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Zoran HorvatCEO at Coding Helmet Consultancy So, you're writing code one line at a time? Yeah, right. Iterative development is one of those agile techniques that so often turn into their opposite: blinded by the very iterations, developers cannot see the upfront design they are implicitly following. Isn't there anything we can do to improve [...]

Service workers are your best friends

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Antonio Perić-MažarCEO and Co-Founder at Locastic Service workers are your best friends The main API for PWA creation is Service Workers, they are the heart of this "new web". With Service workers, we can send push notifications to the user or do background sync and show data even when the user is offline. They are [...]

There and Back Again: e2e Testing React with Cypress

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Nikola ĐuzaBattle-tested JavaScript and Ruby on Rails engineer at Toptal There and Back Again: e2e Testing React with Cypress “Argh, e2e tests, not again” - you must be saying to yourself. But this time it will be fun and less stressful than usual, I promise. Get ready to find more about Cypress - tool for e2e [...]

Running applications in a production environment

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Nikola KrgovićSenior System Engineer at Twin Star Systems Running applications in a production environment What can the developers expect when IT Grows. How does the environment in which the applications run change, once the growth of business and the flow of income, or the SLA's with clients, move the production system into a highly available [...]

Time is an illusion (lunchtime doubly so)

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Andreas HeiglDeveloper Time is an illusion (lunchtime doubly so) Have you ever read a "Good morning" in an international IRC-Channel shortly before you leave the office for lunch? In international business, time is an illusion as everywhere is a different time. In this talk, we'll dive into the depths of Timezones and how to handle [...]

Mob Programming – Or why it’s a good idea to have only one computer per team

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Lars HaßlerDeveloper | Coach | Speaker and Consultant Mob Programming - Or why it’s a good idea to have only one computer per team Software development is hard, especially because everything can and will change as everybody has to become more agile. Problems are getting bigger and bigger for one brain to comprehend, this is [...]

Enterprise grade React application – A refactoring journey

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Bogdan BegovićFrontend Technical Lead @ Sysdig Enterprise grade React application - A refactoring journey Have you ever wondered how modern Front End frameworks and libs are used in huge enterprises systems? What is the way to reduce complexity, improve maintainability and reduce technical debt? This talk will present you a journey of refactoring huge enterprise-grade [...]

Angular Change Detection – When you see it

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Ahsan AyazGoogle Developer Expert in Angular and Ionic & MEAN developer Angular Change Detection - When you see it Angular is a great framework and one of the most popular choices for building both small-scale and large-scale applications. When the application grows and becomes complex, it becomes necessary to take important measures to keep the [...]

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