We’ve selected five amazing keynotes to highlight the main themes of our conference this year, and leave attendees inspired with great ideas when they return to their jobs.
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Open source has been a couple of decades the subject businesses tried to avoid. Only recent years major companies have seen that open source is a mindset that challenges, improves and stimulates innovation further and faster than traditional closed source environments. Join me in our experience and discover how open source made our business successful. […]
I’ve been working on Open-Source projects like Symfony or Twig for 10 years now. It has been a great journey so far and I learned a lot, from community management to technical processes. Using a monolithic repository for Symfony is probably one key component to its success and it helped us scale easily. I want […]
NPR.org launched using PHP in November 2001. Our website and product offerings have certainly evolved, but take a peek under the hood and you’ll find a large, cruft-filled monolithic codebase that has grown exponentially over the years. Come behind the scenes with us and learn about NPR’s past and current struggles to modernize and tame […]
There is a crisis in the tech industry. At least 20% of our colleagues, friends, and teammates suffer silently with mental illness, but our work culture does little to help. Based on real data, we’ll show the enormous impact of mental illness in our industry, and how we can change – and save – lives.
We like to think of technology as a tool, something as indifferent as a hammer or a ruler.But in a world where algorithms decide which version of the news you read, pretending our software is detached is naive—or even dangerous. Technology has become an intermediary in nearly every part of our lives, from electronic medical […]