World-Class Developer Content at Open Source 101
If you’re a developer of any kind – professional, student, or anywhere in between – Open Source 101 will feature world-content you’re sure to learn and get a lot of value from.
In 2018 approximately 34% of attendees self-identified as a “developer / programmer” and we’ve structured sessions in 2019 accordingly. Two separate “developer” tracks will be featured, and we’ve made every effort to ensure sessions on these tracks are not only popular and reflective of trends in the industry, but cover topics considered foundational regardless of what the current trends might be.
Just a few of the developer sessions at the conference in 2019 include:
- Node.js Crash Course – David Neal, Okta
- Web Native Development – Erica Stanley, SalesLoft
- Complexity Management with NgRx (Angular) – Brandon Roberts, Angular Core team
- Your Tests are Lying to You: Improving your testing by testing what really matters – Brian Childress, CapitalOne
- Taming Styles of Python Programming – Jigyasa Glover, Twitter
- Building Performant Web Apps – Marcus Hellberg, Vaadin
- How to Undo (Almost) Anything with Git – (extended session, 1.5 hours)- Lee Faus, GitHub
- Jenkins 2: Coding Continuous Pipelines – Brent Laster, SAS
- Using GatsbyJS to Supercharge Your Static Sites – Ray Gesualdo, Salesloft
- Advanced Git: Functionality and Features – Brent Laster, SAS
- Expectations Versus Reality When Implementing VueJS – Taylor Kimmet, Cognito Forms
- Application Security Basics – John Saboe, Rogue Wave Software