Trondheim Developer Conference

DND (Den Norske Dataforeningen) Midt-Nord inviterer til TDC Aspire, et arrangement for studentmedlemmer. I år inviterer vi 200 studenter gratis til å delta på Trondheim Developer Conference fra kl. 12:30 til 18:00. Dere får streaming av foredrag, og servert lunsj. I pausene er det fritt frem å mingle med bedriftene som står på stands. Det er store muligheter for at du møter din fremtidige arbeidsgiver.
TDC Aspire er et samarbeid mellom linjeforeningene og DND Aspire. Konferansen og TDC Aspire går av stabelen mandag 22. Oktober i 2018 på Clarion Brattøra hotell og konferansesenter.
Trondheim Developer Conference (TDC) er Midt-Norges største møteplass for utviklere. I 2016 var det 800 deltakere og på scenen møtte du store navn som Scott Hanselman. Dette er det andre av en rekke arrangement, hvor DND Midt-Nord leverer faglig innhold og mingling med ulike bedrifter.
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12:30 Registrering ved konferanseinngang.
12:40 Intro med Stian Sandø, Newton & Sven Kolstø, CoFounder & lunsj i livingroom
13:00-13:45 Foredrag 1: A typical Norwegian, Julien S. Bourelle
13:45-14:00 Pause og mingling på stands.
14:00-14:45 Foredrag 2: Five things to make you a happier Jacascript Developer, Christian Heilmann
14:45-15:00 Pause og mingling på stands
15:00- 15:45 Foredrag 3: An introduction to Kubernetes, Mike Long
15:45-16:00 Pause og mingling på stands
16:00-16:45 Foredrag 4: From poor to pure unit tests - Mark Seemann
16:45-17:00 Info, trekking av vinnere og takk for i dag fra arrangørene
17:00-17:50 Siste foredrag for de som vil(anbefales): One Hundred Languages - Linda Liukas
Ved påmelding til TDC så må man også samtykke til medlemskap i DND Aspire, dette er en studentorganisasjon som sender ut mail 1-2 ganger i året med informasjon om Dataforeningens arrangementer ila. årets om passer studenter. Den maillisten kan man når som helst melde seg av etter TDC.

Mer informasjon om foredragene:

Five things to make you a happier JavaScript developer - Christian Heilmann
JavaScript can be daunting. It is a dozen different things to different people and all of them have the one true way to use it or you are not "professional". In this talk let's shine a calming light on the situation and leave you with five (or more) things to do to make you a happy and productive JavaScript developer. Not a burned out ninja rockstar super unicorn hell-bent on making their mark on hacker news for the day.
The robots are coming and we need to make a great example for them. Program Manager for Open Web and Browsers at Microsoft. Presenter, JavaScript lover.
INTENDED AUDIENCE:​Some code, some tools, maybe a demo. Developers and Senior Developers who want to refresh their ideas should attend.
Time: 2018-10-22T 15:00
An Introduction to Kubernetes - Mike Long
With the rise of container technology, Cloud Native computing is the latest trend. Kubernetes is the second largest open source project in terms of activity (after linux), and is rapidly becoming the defacto container runtime for cloud and on-premise workloads. This talk will introduce the key concepts in Kubernetes, and show how to deploy, scale, upgrade and monitor application in a cloud native world, with real world examples.
Mike is a CTO at Praqma, a Continuous Delivery and Devops consulting company based in Scandinavia. He has extensive experience delivering software in various cultures and industries. He is a trainer, and helps organize several community events and conferences, including CoDe Academy which teaches Continuous Delivery to university students. Mike is a trustee on the cyber-dojo foundation.
INTENDED AUDIENCE:​People new to kubernetes who are interested in learning how it works and the benefits it brings.
Time: 2018-10-22T 15:00
From poor to pure unit tests - Mark Seemann
In the seminal book Refactoring, Martin Fowler writes that the prerequisite for refactoring is a good test suite. Yet, many developers experience the opposite. When they make even the slightest changes to code, tests break. Functional programming can teach us much about writing more sustainable code, including tests that are more robust in the face of changes. In this talk, I’ll share a bit of what I’ve learned from functional programming, and how you can use it to make C# code more testable, and thereby the tests less fragile.
Mark Seemann helps programmers make code easier to maintain. His professional interests include functional programming, object–oriented development, software architecture, as well as software development in general. Apart from writing a book about Dependency Injection he has also created several Pluralsight courses, and written numerous articles and blog posts about programming. Originally poised to become a rock star or (failing that) graphic novelist (in the European tradition) he one day found himself with insufficient talent for either, a master's degree in Economics, and a desire for working with computers. He has been doing the latter intermittently since 1995. When not working with software or spending time with his family, Mark enjoys reading, listening to and playing music, as well as preparing or consuming gourmet food and wine.
INTENDED AUDIENCE:​Developers interested in writing tests that are more robust in the face of changes.
One Hundred Languages - Linda Liukas
Computers surround us in our daily lives, but the most powerful ideas of computing go beyond the sleek silver containers and glowing boxes. What are these ideas? And how do we prepare our kids for a world where more and more of the problems around us look like computers? To find out, we'll travel back in time: from a jacquard loom maker with his punch cards, an inventor obsessed with cogs and steam, an electrical engineer who combined laws of electrical circuits with eccentric English mathematical logic and countless other philosophers, material scientists, artists, dreamers and tinkerers. Technology is about humans, and big their ideas. Linda Liukas will talk about how we can move towards a more humane tech industry, and identifies what it means to approach technology from the unique perspective. Through practical examples, this keynote explores modern interpretations of the intersection between humanities and technology.
Linda is the author and illustrator of Hello Ruby, a children’s picture book about the whimsical world of computers translated to over 22 languages, as well as the founder of Rails Girls, a global movement to teach young women programming in over 270 cities. She loves Muji, Zelda Fitzgerald, software and sparkly things. Currently she is a TED Resident in New York.
INTENDED AUDIENCE:​All levels welcome. No code.
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