Things That Inspire Us

Exploring the vastness of the universe and unraveling its mysteries instills a sense of wonder and curiosity in us.

It reminds us that the possibilities in the realm of software development are limitless, and that there are always new frontiers waiting to be explored.

The thrill of delving into uncharted territories, mastering new technologies, and honing our skills enriches our journey and ensures we remain at the forefront of innovation.

The Poetry of Programming

Linda Liukas believes that a movement in technology is already happening and that we need to engage everyone -- especially the next generation -- to take part.

She wants to create a more diverse and colourful world of technology, starting with the poetry of code.

The Next Decade of Software Development - Richard Campbell - NDC London 2023

How will software development evolve in the 2020s?

What new devices are coming? Will Artificial Intelligence take over everything? How will people connect to the web in the next ten years? And what about Quantum Computing? All these topics and more will shape our future!

The first 20 hours -- how to learn anything

Josh Kaufman is the author of the #1 international bestseller, 'The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business', as well as the upcoming book 'The First 20 Hours: Mastering the Toughest Part of Learning Anything.' Josh specializes in teaching people from all walks of life how to master practical knowledge and skills.

In his talk, he shares how having his first child inspired him to approach learning in a whole new way.

Scrum: How to do twice as much in half the time

Co-writer of the Agile Manifesto, Jeff Sutherland is one of the world's leading experts of organizational management. He explains how to be agile, not just in software development but in every business to disrupt the field.

A former US Air Force "Top Gun," Jeff Sutherland is the co-creator of the SCRUM process. This methodology, developed in 1993 and formalized in 1995 with Ken Schwaber, has since been adopted by the vast majority of software development companies around the world.

TDD, Where Did It All Go Wrong

Since Kent Beck wrote the book on TDD in 2002 a lot of words have been dedicated to the subject. But many of them propagated misunderstandings of Kent's original rules so that TDD practice bears little resemblance to Kent's original ideas.

In this talk, we re-discover Kent's original proposition, discover where key misunderstandings occurred and look at a better approach to TDD that supports software development instead of impeding it.

When To Use Microservices (And When Not To!)

The interview is based on Sam Newman's new book "Monolith to Microservices": Upgrade your microservices knowledge by listening to a spirited conversation between two living legends: Sam Newman and Martin Fowler.

The two touch upon the main reasons for using or not using microservices, and, if you decide to do use microservices, what else you should change along the way to fully benefit from the switch, plus much more.