When: 11. May 2012 at 16:30 -
GOTOcon.com Roadshow comes to Berlin!
Time: May 11th, 2012, 16:30-18:30
Place: Hall H1 / House Bauwesen, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Luxemburger Str. 10, 13353 Berlin
Contact: Gary Harvey
Fee: Free (€20 cancellation fee)Follow @GeekNight_dk
The GOTO software developers conferences from around the world now proudly presents, in collaboration with Sounclound, a trio of acts at a special one off event to be held. Watch and learn from the best in Agile, NOSQL and Clojure.
Signup now as there is a limited number of seats. We usually head out for a beer after the event so keep a window open for networking as well.
The evening will be divided in three different talks of 30 minutes. Here's the speakers abstract for their talks:
"How NoSQL fits in a polyglot persistence world"
2011 was a quite successful year for NoSQL. All big database vendors have started inserting NoSQL features into their databases. More then 1000 NoSQL hosting services showed up and NoSQL DBs are becoming a PaaS standard in cloud stacks. But beside the fine market intrusion NoSQL is still often used because these DBs are new and somehow "cool". Nevertheless the difficult areas of NoSQL products and database trade offs are notably unexposed. In this talk we will enlighten the NoSQL trade offs, operational issues and we'll have a look, how NoSQL is successfully implemented in the industry.
There are a lot of methodologies in software engineering, but most of them (if not all) neglect the basics and that is the engineering culture of a company. How are engineers valued, how do they work together and are they allowed to deploy on production anytime? Is it ok to make a mistake form time to time or are a lot of processes being introduced to avoid mistakes? This talk will give an overview of different engineering cultures and will also give insight about the SoundCloud engineering culture.
"Function Composition: The top reason node.js submissions get rejected by SoundCloud"
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