Developing a connected product: the story of the Ding Smart Doorbell
Featuring John Nussey
John will tell us how he and his partner Avril from ONN Studio developed the first Ding prototypes using Arduino. Ding is a smart doorbell that connects your home with your phone, wherever you are in the world.arduino
The longevity dividend: the forthcoming revolution in healthcare
This talk anticipates the acceleration of the transfer of techniques of digitisation and software, from their original home inside IT, into personal healthcare, and in particular, into rejuvenation biotechnology. If all goes well, society can look forward to a "Longevity Dividend", in...
Miniature IoT-enabled cottage (winning project Design Challenge Element14)
Featuring Andy Clark
Andy will showcase his miniature IoT Cottage which won the Element 14 Enchanted Objects Design Challenge last year. Andy turned the miniature cottage into an Arduino Yun-based "smart home", complete with real-time weather reports, colour-changing LED lights and thermometer with...arduino IoT
Fixing Real Life Problems From the Ivory Tower
Featuring Michael Newton
F# as a language has a number of features that tend to sound fantastically interesting - but practically useless. Computational expressions, type providers, active patterns, quotations... they're cool. But what are they good for?
In this talk we'll whistle through a bunch of real life...type-providers open-source f#
Building Curzon Home Cinema for Fire TV
Featuring Bill Scott and Philip Mordecai
How can a cinema chain deliver a big screen experience in a tiny London flat? Curzon, an 80-year old British independent cinema chain and content distribution group with its roots in London, will share their approach. Looking to engage customers outside its theatre locations, they launched Curzon...amazon-fire
The Rationale for Continuous Delivery by David Farley
Dave Farley is a thought-leader in the field of Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Software Development in general.
Dave has been having fun with computers for over 30 years. During that period he has worked on most types of software, from firmware, through tinkering with operating systems and device...
Workshop: Mind blown: Crafting a Distributed Data Science Pipeline using Spark, Cassandra, Akka and the Spark Notebook
Featuring Andy Petrella and Xavier Tordoir
Get your hands dirty with distributed tools, during these two hours we’ll have a quick overview on how a dataset can be processed in a distributed way towards the exposition exposition as a web service.
The tool we’ll use for this are Spark, Cassandra, Akka HTTP and the Spark Notebook.
A primary...spark-notebook akka cassandra Spark scala
jHome: Using JavaEE and open-source hardware to automatize your house
Featuring Yara Senger and Vinicius Senger
During this presentation we will be showing how you can use Java EE and open-source hardware, like Arduino, to automatize your house. Using jHome, a complete Java EE 6 API for home automation, you can control lamps, wall sockets, electric gates and doors using Web App and Twitterarduino java jquery
Featuring Robert Rees
Applying Lean Software Development Principles Throughout the Organization
Featuring Alan Shalloway
In this talk, Alan Shalloway explores the lean principles of mapping value streams, creating visibility, managing work levels, and more. Note: Alan will be beaming in from his home in North America to deliver this session via Skype.tdd atdd agile testing