Very happy I had the chance today to talk at re:publica on a topic I care about, how can software developers manage location-based services when dealing with disputed territories or partially recognized states: “the (accidental) developer in disputed territories“. Here are slides of my talk this afternoon, while still enjoying the party at STATION Berlin.
Here are the abstract and the slides of my talk “Architectures on the cloud: from traditional deployments to serverless architectures” at the 14. Studencki Festiwal Informatyczn in Kraków this week.
Thanks Kraków for a very interesting and inspirational conference.
Architectures on the cloud: from traditional deployments to serverless architectures is the title of my talk at the SFI in Krakow. Looking forward to April 5th and a great conference in Poland! The full abstract is available here.
I am really excited (and a bit nervous already!) to attend next May re:publica, Europe’s most inspiring conference on internet and society, and talk about geolocation and disputed territories. You can read the abstract here. The (accidental) political developer is back, see you in Berlin!
I am very excited to attend this year the DevOps Conference in Berlin and present the session “Do not press that button: operational challenges of relational databases on the cloud”. You can find the abstract here. Looking forward to DevOpsCon in May!
Here are the abstract and the slides of my talk “the (accidental) political developer” at Codemotion Berlin today.
Listen to the audio recording here.
Check out the slides here.
Here are the abstract and the slides of my lightning talk “Do not press that button” about modifying a RDS instance at Percona Live Europe. It was an inspiring open source database conference in Dublin!
More details on the event and a few pictures from the talk on the Percona blog.
If I had to mention a single technical blog that I always find informative and I have followed for many years, I would say without doubts the Database Performance Blog from Percona. That is why I am so keen to attend this year the Percona Live Open Source Database Conference in Dublin and present a lighting talk “Do Not Press That Button” on September 26th. You can find more about my short session on RDS here. Looking forward to Dublin!
As the BBC recently reported, Matthew Nimetz has spent the last 23 years trying to find a name for the republic of Macedonia that can be accepted both in Skopje and Athens. But a solution for the Macedonia naming dispute has not been agreed yet.
What name should a developer use today when working on location-based services? The user friendly Macedonia or the formal but longer The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia ? How can you make your users in Skopje and Athens both happy?
This is one of the examples I might use at the next Codemotion in Berlin. I do not expect to discuss in half an hour all the geopolitical challenges targeting an international audience and their workarounds, but I am very excited to present the talk “The (accidental) political developer” .
You can find the abstract here and an introduction to the topic in my previous posts, The (accidental) political software developer and Location-based services and countries on AWS.
See you on October 12 & 13 at Kulturbrauerei!
Here are the slides of my presentation last night at the Berlin AWS User Group on using Amazon Rekognition to find marathon cheats. Many thanks to Dirk and Konstantinos for organizing the event at FORUM Factory.