Eric Redmond's favorites

Open Source Bridge 2012

Favorite proposals for this user

* Putting It Together, Letting Apps Lead the Cycle, TDD in the Cloud

I'll be taking a deep dive into cloud architectures and how to build applications, generally at the PaaS level mixed with a little IaaS, to get people rolling with high velocity, high quality, and without the need to worry about the little things.
Chemistry 2012-02-21 17:15:23 +0000
Adron Hall

Open Source Bridge 2011

Favorite sessions for this user

* A Dozen Databases in 45 Minutes

What OSS database to use is an important decision, but recently languishing in the shadow of the sexier "what framework should I use" talks - or underplayed as though the battle were only SQL v noSQL. If your understanding of data storage tops out at "Mongo is webscale" or "mysql + memcached = win" then this talk is for you.
Cooking
Eric Redmond

* Intro to CouchDB

Overview of Apache CouchDB, who is using it, and how you can too.
Cooking
J Chris Anderson

* JavaScript Up and Down the Stack

From the Browser to node.js all the way to the database you can use and share your JavaScript!
Cooking
Mikeal Rogers

* No More Joins

Everything you learned about database modeling is wrong. At least for document databases like CouchDB and MongoDB. Learn about these differences, the trade-offs, the use cases, and put it all in practice in a discussion about a real-life document database problem. Unlearn SQL habits and relax.
Cooking
Nuno Job, J Chris Anderson, Roger Bodamer

Favorite proposals for this user

* Cloud Hosts - Look Behind the Scenes

In the last few years, cloud computing has become a major trend in IT industry. By using cloud hosting services like MediaTemple or Mosso, shared hosting almost became obsolete. This session takes a closer look on the concept and technology of grid (cloud) hosting providers and shows what to learn for your own hosting strategy.
Cooking 2011-02-22 00:29:09 +0000
Markus Franz

* Dropping ACID: Alternative Consistency Models for Databases - PG-13

Consistency models may not be what you think they are
Chemistry 2011-02-13 21:32:09 +0000
Roger Bodamer

* Wanted: Technical Cofounders

Technical cofounders are the life-blood of many new startups. Discover what entrepreneurs need and how you can get a piece of tomorrow's biggest companies.
Business 2011-01-31 16:21:14 +0000
Pinky Gonzales

* We should own our communications infrastructure, right?

As events in Egypt have shown dramatically, networks aren't always managed in the interests of their users. The actors might look different here in the US, but the effect isn't all that different.
Culture 2011-02-03 22:07:50 +0000
Russell Senior

* Working successfully outside the cube

How to make being a remote worker and supporting remote workers successful in an organization.
Culture 2011-01-28 11:19:45 +0000
John Mertic