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  1. Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016 - Kill “Microservices” before its too late by Chad Fowler

    Kill "Microservices" before its too late by Chad Fowler

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  2. Build and Manage Your APIs with Amazon Gateway

    Learn more: https://aws.amazon.com/api-gateway

    Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easy for developers to create, deploy, secure and monitor APIs at any scale. In this session, you’ll find out how you can quickly declare an API interface and connect it to any public HTTP endpoint, existing web service running on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) or code running on AWS Lambda.

    Amazon API Gateway handles all the tasks involved in accepting and processing up to hundreds of thousands of concurrent API calls, including traffic management, authorization and access control, monitoring, and API version management. Join us for this introductory session to Amazon API Gateway.

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  3. Microservices Anti-Patterns

    Tammer Saleh - Pivotal Software- 21/10/2014. It seems everyone’s talking about microservices, lately, but few appear to have given any real thought to best practices around building and deploying them. In this talk, we’ll highlight many of the mistakes we’ve seen people make when building a microservices architecture. We’ll discuss:

    When microservices are appropriate, and where to draw the lines between services. Dealing with performance issues (data affinity, parallelism, monitoring). Testing and debugging techniques. Managing a polyglot landscape and the explosion of platforms. Managing failure and graceful degradation. If you’re an active programmer, then you’re either building a microservice architecture now, or you’re about to inherit someone else’s. This talk will give you the tools to build yours right, and to quickly identify shortcomings of those you have to work within.

    The presentation was recorded at the 2014 Platform Summit in Stockholm, Nordic APIs second annual conference.

    This talk inspired a research piece on microservices best practices: Check it out on the Nordic APIs blog: http://nordicapis.com/microservices-architecture-the-good-the-bad-and-what-you-could-be-doing-better/

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  4. The World is being Reinvented in Code

    Jason Gartner, IBM

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  5. MountainWest JavaScript 2015 - Gift Wrap Your Code with Webpack by Jeremy Lund

    Gift Wrap Your Code with Webpack by Jeremy Lund

    While there have been JavaScript module loaders available for some time now, none of them are quite like Webpack. I will talk about what Webpack is, how it can help you in your web projects, and demonstrate all of the powerful ways you can package your code for the front end using Webpack. Finally, I’ll demonstrate some ways to consume third-party modules using Webpack.

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  6. Sarmad Sangi: Towards Universal JavaScript - JSConf.Asia 2015

    JavaScript is taking over the world, today it is not only used on browser but many are using it to write code on server, programming a robot, building mobile apps and etc. In this talk I will share our journey (tips, choosing a stack etc) at RedMart towards universal JavaScript.

    Sarmad is a Front-end engineer at RedMart. He’s currently involved in re architecting RedMart’s web (and mobile web) app platform for simplicity and better performance.

    JSConf.Asia - Red Dot Design Museum, Singapore - 19 November 2015.

    Source: http://2015.jsconf.asia Slides: http://slides.com/sarmadsangi/towards-universal-javascript#/

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  7. Tim Oxley: The Structure of Node.JS Applications - JSConf.Asia 2015

    The Node.JS & npm ecosystem is oft praised for it’s "culture of extreme modularity", which has led to the proliferation of hundreds of thousands packages on npm. How do modular patterns translate into the construction of evolving, real-world applications? It’s Modular vs Monolith!

    Tim Oxley is an an Australian JavaScript developer living in Singapore working with NodeSource. Tim is a co-host of the NodeUp podcast, author of NodeSchool’s functional JavaScript workshop, founder of the CampJS conference, founder of the SingaporeJS meetup and an avid open-source contributor.

    JSConf.Asia - Red Dot Design Museum, Singapore - 19 November 2015.

    Source: http://2015.jsconf.asia Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/timoxley/modular-vs-monolith

    License: For reuse of this video under a more permissive license please get in touch with us. The speakers retain the copyright for their performances.

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  8. The Kraken Effect at PayPal - Bill Scott keynote

    From Fluent 2015.

    "Two years ago, PayPal set its UI free by adding liberal doses of NodeJS, JavaScript templating and libraries, JSON, Github and Lean Startup/UX. Join Bill as he looks at the PayPal design and engineering transformation, including the boom in rapid prototyping and experimentation, cultural changes, lessons learned, and the next stage of initiatives and technologies now underway.

    This keynote is sponsored by PayPal.

    About Bill Scott (PayPal): Bill Scott is VP, Payment Products, at PayPal. In a past life he co-created one of the first successful Macintosh games (GATO, 1985), built and designed wargaming interfaces for NATO, led user experience teams (Sabre, Meebo), co-wrote one of the first Ajax/JavaScript frameworks (OpenRico), managed user interface engineering organizations (Netflix, PayPal) and published a design pattern library (Yahoo!). Bill is also a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops worldwide, as well as the co-author of the O’Reilly book Designing Web Interfaces."

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  9. Silly side projects - FunFunFunction #4

    Today, I want us to explore the idea of separating the concepts work and play, and how you can become more productive and improve faster by doing silly experiments.

    Lately, I’ve intentionally been trying to do a lot more silly experiments. I didn’t always do this, and I want to talk about what this strategy comes from.

    Full transcript here: https://medium.com/@mpjme/a72298a044d2

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  10. Staying relevant as a programmer

    You might notice that I’m wearing suit. At least on my upper body. This is because we are not talking code today, we are talking about your career as a programmer.

    In this video, I’ll talk about how to stay relevant in the job market as a programmer. It’s not going to be about learning the framework that is currently in vogue, and not even about learning the up-and-coming one - I’m going to tell you to learn fundamentals.

    # Why am I making this video?

    I recently made a video titled ”too many tools and frameworks”.

    I posted it because I was so often asked the question ”what framework should I learn”. In the video my response was that there is no such thing as a best tool in general. If you try to find the ultimate tool to solve all problems, you’ll end up with a leatherman, which works, but it’s better to know a lot of specialized tools, like screwdrivers, hammers and saws, and pick from them when you are starting a new project.

    The problem with my answer was that it was viewing the question from the viewpoint of ”how to make the best possible software” but what a lot of people were actually asking is ”what should I learn in order to be attractive on the job market”.

    # What skills are attractive on the job market?

    The easy cop-out to that question is to just learn what is popular as hell. As of recording, that would be Angular. Angular is a bizarrely popul…

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