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Making Monoliths Modular

Damian Casey

with Damian Casey

Many companies face the challenge of working with monolithic systems and over time they build up years of tech debt and become difficult to work with. I’d like to give some examples from my experience of how taking a modular approach can improve the developer experience

Automate Awesomeness with Ansible

Edmond Lepedus

with Edmond Lepedus

Edmond is going to discuss how to use Ansible for automating best practices which would otherwise be far too time-consuming and error prone.

Accessibility = Money

Carlos Eriksson

with Carlos Eriksson

Where Carlos Eriksson make a business case for accessibility, and reveal the real cost of ignoring it.

Checking & Exploring: Testing in Agile Projects

Matt Obee

with Matt Obee

Software testing has changed dramatically over the last 10 years. Firstly, many of us have abandoned the QA title and distanced ourselves from the idea that we are the sole gatekeepers of quality. Secondly, as we all migrate from waterfall to Agile, the focus of our work has also changed, from rudimentary checking to intelligent exploration and experimentation. At the same time, we recognise the value that automation can bring to our work.

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Zach Holman

with Zach Holman

Git is a really powerful tool. A lot of that power is deeply hidden, and for good reason: it may only be valuable in certain use cases. You may not run into those use cases very often, but when you do, these lesser-known features might save you literally seconds of time.

Building in ES6 with jspm and SystemJS

Jack Franklin

with Jack Franklin

In this talk I’ll demonstrate how it is possible to architect and write complex client side JavaScript applications in ECMAScript 6 today, despite a lack of implementations across browsers.

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Adam Onishi

with Adam Onishi

Are we doomed to see history repeat itself? Is our fascination with new tools going to break the inherent robustness of the web we know? Or, can these new tools help us progressively enhance the web even further than we are able to now?