May Meetup 2014hosted by Tobias Pfeiffer by bitcrowd (bitcrowd.net), 08.05.2014 at 19:30
Let's meet for great talks and some drinks!
Since everybody seems to be using Linux these days on servers I could give a brief introduction to FreeBSD/ZFS as an alternative and how we use it in production at Wooga (which is where I work)
A trip through how online communities - and programming communities in particular - work. Based on my personal experiences, so certainly biased :).
In this talk, we'll take a lightning tour of Elm to see what it allows us to do.
For my day job I do a lot of backend engineering and I work in a pretty systematic way with a lot of quality assurance. Yesterday I launched a quickly hacked-together web app and I found I was doing things quite differently to how I do them at work - sometimes good, sometimes bad. I want to share some small lessons learned, and some fun tips I picked up.
Machines are becoming more and more powerful as programmers' salaries keep rising. The tech bubble is growing. Let's face it: programmers are a scarce, expensive resource.
Fortunately, there is a way to get rid of all the programmers, and it's called Revolver.
Machines are powerful, obedient and cheap -- let's put them to work.