YOW! Nights Day 277

Wed, Feb 27
05:00
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    Jeff Patton

    Jeff Patton - The game has changed (Sydney)

    schedule  05:00 - 06:00 PM place Grand Ball Room 1 shopping_cart Reserve Seat

    We all know how fast technology changes. But, we sometimes fail to understand how fast our process needs to change to keep up. This talk is about how 21st century software development has thrown out most of the process assumptions you might have originally learned. Jeff Patton will explain how Product Thinking, Lean Startup Thinking, and Continuous Delivery have fundamentally changed how we design and build software.

YOW! Nights Day 283

Tue, Mar 5
05:00
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    Kevlin Henney

    Kevlin Henney - YOW! DDD By Night 2019 (Perth)

    schedule  05:00 - 06:00 PM place Grand Ball Room 1 shopping_cart Reserve Seat

    YOW! DDD By Night? DDD by YOW! Night? – whichever way you slice it, YOW! and DDD Perth are excited to kick off 2019 with our special guest Kevlin Henney. Kevlin is a software architect, software design and patterns expert, and is one of Europe’s most popular keynote speakers.

YOW! Nights Day 311

Tue, Apr 2
05:00
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    Dr. Denis Bauer

    Dr. Denis Bauer - Unlocking the secrets in your DNA using Machine learning and Cloud-computing (Melbourne)

    schedule  05:00 - 06:00 PM place Grand Ball Room 1 shopping_cart Reserve Seat

    Genomic produces more data than Astronomy, twitter, and YouTube combined, having caused research in this discipline to leapfrog to the forefront of cloud technology. Dr. Denis Bauer provides an insider’s view into the development of a Spark-based machine learning framework that is able to find disease genes in the 3 billion letters of the genome. She will also cover serverless, which is pitted to become a $8 Billion market for its ability to accelerate software development, akin to how pre-fabrication has sped up the construction sector over bricklaying. Her serverless “search engine for the genome” enables researchers to use genome engineering for next-generation medicines.

YOW! Nights Day 312

Wed, Apr 3
04:40
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    Dr. Denis Bauer

    Dr. Denis Bauer - Unlocking the secrets in your DNA using Machine learning and Cloud-computing (Sydney)

    schedule  04:40 - 05:40 AM place Grand Ball Room 1 shopping_cart Reserve Seat

    Genomic produces more data than Astronomy, twitter, and YouTube combined, having caused research in this discipline to leapfrog to the forefront of cloud technology. Dr. Denis Bauer provides an insider’s view into the development of a Spark-based machine learning framework that is able to find disease genes in the 3 billion letters of the genome. She will also cover serverless, which is pitted to become a $8 Billion market for its ability to accelerate software development, akin to how pre-fabrication has sped up the construction sector over bricklaying. Her serverless “search engine for the genome” enables researchers to use genome engineering for next-generation medicines.