KesselhausPalais AtelierMaschinenhausCommunity Stage
08:30 / 10:00Registration / Networking Coffee
10:00 / 11:00Opening Keynote

10:00: / 11:00: - Kesselhaus - It's not just microservices - Complementary and Necessary Support for MicroServices by Fred George (Fred George Consulting) - Architectures

11:00 / 11:40

Just enough crypto for the web

Security

Angelo van der Sijpt (Luminis)

Writing an API with Swift 3 on Linux

Back-end

Rob Allen (19FT)

Code Reviews: Techniques and Tips

Motivational

Gransberger Rabea (MEKO-S GmbH)

11:00 - 11:20

Volunteering with Mozilla

Community

Florian Merz (Mozilla Communities)

11:50 / 12:30

Pure functional programming in Excel

Languages

Felienne Hermans (Delft University of Technology)

Getting started with Go

Languages

Florin Patan (YouView TV Ltd.)

Flexibility Through Immutability

Architectures

Ricardo Méndez (Numergent)

11:50 - 12:05

Hacking the healthcare system of tomorrow

Community

Dr. Akira-Sebastian Poncette (Hacking Health Berlin)

12:10 - 12:30

How to Open data

Community

Thomas Tursics (Code for Germany)

12:30 / 14:00Lunch break Extended
14:00 / 14:40

HTTP/2 and Asynchronous APIs

Innovation

Davey Shafik (Akamai Technologies)

Elixir & Phoenix – fast, concurrent and explicit

Back-end

Tobias Pfeiffer (Liefery)

What's NOT new in Modular Java!

Back-end

Milen Dyankov (Liferay)

14:00 - 14:20

Women Techmaker Berlin

Community

Andrea Bezold (Women Techmaker), Mirjam Körner (Women Techmaker)

14:50 / 15:30

CSS fun facts - 3.14 things I didn't know about CSS

Front-end

Mathias Bynens (Opera Software)

Implementing binary protocols with Elixir

Languages

Ole Michaelis (Jimdo)

Welcome to Mordor! Hunting Performance Issues in Node.js and beyond.

Languages

Daniel Khan (Dynatrace Austria)

14:50 - 15:10

rethinking access to education

Community

Nicolas Ritouet (CodeDoor.org)

15:40 / 16:00

TRANSISTOR ZERO: Reconstructing the brain of a computer

Back-end

Denis Defreyne (SoundCloud)

Reactive Realtime for Fun and Profit

Reactive Programming

Wolfram Hempel (deepstream.io)

Better user stories

Agile and Lean

Matteo Cavucci (ThoughtWorks)

15:40 - 16:00

Lean In: Female Leadership in Tech

Community

Fabienne Riener (Lean In Berlin), Christina Dicke (Lean In Berlin)

16:00 / 16:30Coffee break
16:30 / 17:10

I've got 99 problems and asynchronous programming is 127 of them

Languages

Samir Talwar (Noodle Sandwich)

Hyperledger: towards enterprise grade Blockchain applications (Sponsored by IBM)

Innovation

Louis De Bruin (IBM Corporation)

Scaling applications using AngularJS and TypeScript

Languages

Simona Cotin (Microsoft)

16:30 - 16:50

Berlin, the Android Invasion Part II

Community

Mario Bodemann (Google Developer Group Berlin Android)

16:50 - 17:10

Anyone Can Make Experimental Games

Community

Marie Claire LeBlanc Flanagan (a kind of play)

17:20 / 18:00

Decouple all the things - asynchronous messaging keeps it simple

Back-end

Kerstin Puschke (XING AG)

Speaking for Non-Speakers

Motivational

Kirsten Hunter (Akamai Technologies, Inc.)

Understanding Angular 2

Front-end

Shmuela Jacobs (ngGirls)

17:20 - 17:40

The Rust community

Community

Florian Gilcher (Rust Berlin)

18:10 / 18:50

Knowledge is Power: Getting out of trouble by understanding Git

DevOps

Steve Smith (Atlassian)

Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer

Motivational

Pascal de Vink (TicketSwap)

Game Design for Dummies - Applying Game Design choices to Product Design

Innovation

Emanuele Bolognesi (Docomo Digital)

18:10 - 18:30

Markets in (e)motion – how to succeed?

Community

Sarah Reppchen (PANDA)

18:30 - 18:50

hillhacks - Hacking and Making in the Himalyas

Community

sv a (hillhacks), Dhananja y (hillhacks.in)

19:00 / 20:20Get-Together @ Palais