DevDays Europe 2021
— CONFIRMED TALKS —
Are your apps fast and stable when the network isn’t?
Let’s take a deep dive into Progressive Web Apps and Offline First approach!
Marta will show you some tricks on how to handle offline state and manage your app and its resources in various network conditions. You’ll build fast and reliable apps using Angular and PWA features.
Do you know what developers and customers have in common? They both love good bugless software which lets them enjoy calm sleep at night. Unfortunately writing such software is one of the most difficult things we know and pretty hard to achieve without proper tools. Luckily, there is the multiparadigm .NET language called F# with amazing features like pattern matching, algebraic data types and omnipresent immutability.
We are often inclined to pick the tools we know best.
This is especially true for professional software development. We can deliver fast and at the same time guarantee high quality outcome if we eliminate risk. Not taking a risk also means not being innovative. Not being innovative means bringing new ideas and concepts is lost.
At Stripe, we love React. In fact we migrated our entire dashboard to it. We also love GraphQL. In fact it’s the preferred way to get data from our backend in the dashboard. And we’re so happy with how they work together we want to share it!
One of the main reasons we started using GraphQL for data fetching in the Stripe Dashboard was the variety of off-the-shelf tooling available in the community.
Microservice Architectures break up the monolith into many smaller pieces and introduce new communication patterns between services like fault tolerance and dynamic routing. A Service Mesh like Istio provides these traffic control capabilities on a platform level and frees the application writers from those tasks, allowing them to focus on business logic.
UX Do-It-Yourself Kit for developers and other good people is about what you can do if there are no UX resources on your project but you need the skills.
Learn UX process phases, participate in user validation exercise and improve your builds with human touch.
After 5 years as Executive Director of the IGDA and as an award-winning industry advocate, Kate Edwards has gained a unique perspective on attitudes towards games and game developers. Despite being a massive socio-economic force, games still struggle to gain respect as a creative art form and as leaders in evolving entertainment. Game creators have lost control of the public narrative of their profession and it’s up to them to be their own best advocates. Kate will illustrate the path to advocacy and embolden individuals to act now!
More talks are yet to come!