Vídeos de programación

Vídeos sobre programación y desarrollo de software.
Natalia González, Alvaro Renzullo y Gloria Maestre: Producto Digital en IKEA. El trio Product Manager, Product Designer y Engineering Manager.
Lambda World 2024 is back in Cadiz next 2-4 October. The largest functional programming conference from South Europe is coming stronger than ever with topics such as AI & ML with FP, Software Architecture & System Design, FP in Web Development, Data with FP, Computation in functional technologies, Emerging FP Tools & Trends, etc. 3 days full of workshops, talks and social events. Bring up your Monads buddies! More info at:www.lambda.world
Explora con este OKR Day, cómo diseñar incentivos que se alineen con tu metodología de trabajo de OKR en tu empresa o equipo. Únete a nosotros en este evento, donde descubrirás por qué vincular los OKR con incentivos materiales puede no ser la mejor estrategia a largo plazo y cómo puedes potenciar la motivación y el compromiso de tu equipo de manera más efectiva. 📅 AGENDA DEL EVENTO: 00:00 Inicio 00:08 Introducción 30:17 Entrevista con Pablo Grueso, CEO de Tecnofor 01:00:00 Cierre del evento 🎙 NUESTRO PONENTE: Javier Martín Robles, Director de Innovación Abierta en SNGULAR 🗣️ ENTREVISTA CON: Pablo Grueso, CEO de Tecnofor
In a war room full of SREs and Incident Commanders you can almost hear the muffled cries: Why is it so slow? Where is the data gone? What happened to our deployments? Is this seriously not encrypted? Well, it’s because … you see … we forgot to set up backups. We forgot to set up CPU hard limits. We didn’t test it before. We should have gone canary. This talk explores the core lessons from top severity on-call incidents related to the data loss, latency, degradation, under scaling and under configuration. We will start by analysing the root causes, then move on to examine the automation measures we implemented, the alerting tools we had to invent and the capacity issues we had to overcome. By the end of this talk, we will understand from an SRE perspective why continuously improving the system design is the golden key to successful and reliable systems.
Many technologists have an architect title, take on the role of an architect, or even aspire to be an architect, but are they thinking like an architect? Architectural thinking is learning to look at a problem or task from an architect's point of view. In this talk I discuss how to think like an architect - how to understand, recognize, and analyze tradeoffs, how to think in terms of business drivers, and how important technical breadth is to architectural thinking. https://gsas.io/ Mark Richards is an experienced, hands-on software architect involved in the architecture, design, and implementation of microservices architectures, service-oriented architectures, and distributed systems. He has been in the software industry since 1983 and has significant experience and expertise in application, integration, and enterprise architecture. Mark is the founder of DeveloperToArchitect.com, a free resource website devoted to helping developers in the journey to software architect. He is the author of numerous technical books and videos from O'Reilly, including several books on Microservices, the Software Architecture Fundamentals video series, Enterprise Messaging video series, Java Message Service, 2nd Edition, and a contributing author to 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know. Mark has a master’s degree in computer science and numerous architect and developer certifications from IBM, Sun, The Open Group, and Oracle. Mark has spoken at hundreds of conferences and user groups around the world on a variety of enterprise-related technical topics. GSAS (2019 edition) -- The Global Software Architecture Summit (GSAS) is a 3-day event that aims to attract and connect software architecture experts from all over the world as well as all those interested in building working software to improve their skills, share knowledge, and connect. The summit is held every year, so if you are interested in attending do not hesitate to buy your ticket. It is an excellent opportunity to give your career a boost and meet professionals in the industry. EVENT ORGANIZER: APIUMHUB Apiumhub is a software development hub that solves complex problems with high-quality solutions. Our purpose is to build scalable software to help our clients strengthen their businesses with powerful technology. Every year, we host this event in Barcelona to support the software architecture community and provide a space for the exchange of new and interesting ideas. -- GSAS website: https://gsas.io/ Organizer site: https://apiumhub.com/
Data is the priceless commodity powering business and industry, and over the years, the databases that contain and secure that data have taken on an aura that sets them apart from all other infrastructure: if data is so special, then databases must be equally valuable. Unfortunately, projecting the importance of data onto a database has become an excuse for all manner of sins. In the Cloud Native age, those crimes rise to the level of capital offenses: Bespoke systems curated by hand. Limited accountability or oversight. Outdated technology that saddles the enterprise with brittle infrastructure that cements it to its legacy roots. The only reasonable punishment? Death to the database. Death to traditional databases, that is, or rather to the antiquated beliefs that place databases on a pedestal, out of reach of the standards and approaches applied elsewhere in the enterprise. Organizations that are Cloud Native -except- for the database are -not- Cloud Native. Dependence on a legacy database limits the ability to advance, pivot in response to market forces and competition, and adapt and grow into new technologies. "Lifting and shifting" a database to the cloud just adds a fresh coat of paint to the same old weaknesses. This talk examines the competitive forces driving the urgency to modernize databases and data engineering. We'll explore the path forward, outlining strategies for evolving infrastructure and attitudes within the data management tier and consider ways of countering emotional objections that can derail such projects. Finally, we look at roadmaps for migrating from traditional architecture to container-centric models and discuss the various milestones on the journey toward Cloud Native data enlightenment!
Our systems are getting bigger and more ambitious, and the ways they can fail are becoming ever more intricate. As developers we need fault-tolerant abstractions like transactions so that we can be productive, but have you ever wondered what goes on underneath the APIs? In this talk we'll discuss how transactions work, think about why they went out of favour for a while, and look at techniques that combine the best of fault-tolerance guarantees for a world both obsessed by scale and beset by chaos. Join the talk if you want to feel happy, scared, puzzled, angry, and ultimately victorious as we develop protocols that are fit for a demanding future!