This is my first time attending UberConf. It’s a nice conference. Sessions are longer so have time to go deeper. I like that all the rooms have tables/power. And the outside networking space.
- Venkat did an after dinner keynote called “Decision Dials”. It was great; need for balance. I didn’t blog it, but I enjoyed it.
- I did sprint planning in the morning so missed two sessions
- Jenkins vs GitHub Actions – Brent Laster
- Structured Concurrency in Java – Venkat Subramaniam
- Practical AI Tools for Java Developers – Ken Kousen
- Making Sense of Other People’s Code – Scott Wierschem
- Go(Lang) for Java Developers – Ken Sipe
- Architects Guide to Site Reliability Engineering – Nathaniel Schutta
- Readable Regular Expressions – my session – linked to deck
- Mob Programming -part 2 – Michael Carducci (I attended a mob programming session years ago, but the hands on was short so I wanted to try it again to see how it felt. In part 2, we mobbed to solved a problem (https://cyber-dojo.org/creator/choose_problem) with 4 minute turns and the navigator expressing their intent before starting. There was then a retro at the end.) At the beginning, we did icebreakers like lining up by height, middle name and Java skill level
- Improving your Code with Static analysis tools – my session – linked to deck
- Intellij Dojo – Daniel Hinojosa