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We have had a history of taking a different approach that has been highly successful in turning small emails and twitter comments into people programming with us on our OSS projects. In this session we will share our stories so that you can also the harness good intentions of others and turn those intentions into committable code.
This talk is a demo-fueled, fast-paced introduction to HTML5 Canvas.
The speakers recently stumbled across a time machine containing a system built in Java 8 technology which has fallen back in time.
This talk will explain some of the advanced features and future code archeology of this amazing find!
What do data analytics and negotiation theory have in common? In this talk, community management adviser David Eaves will outline how these two disciplines form the core of a new Science of Community Management: an approach to measure and manage contributors to make participation less frustration and more productive.
The Disruptor is an open source concurrency framework developed by LMAX, a London financial exchange. While it’s fashionable to use languages to hide away multithreading, the Disruptor does the opposite - enables developers to parallelize their architecture easily. In this session, Trisha Gee will show how to use the Disruptor, proving that concurrent programming doesn't have to be complicated.