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YOW! Data 2022
Two days - Online Conference
YOW! Data is an opportunity for data professionals to share their challenges and experiences while our speakers share the latest in best practices, techniques, and tools. The 2022 conference was online in a two-day event featuring invited international and Australian speakers sharing their...data-machine-learning data data-science data-engineering machine-learning-ai
Rust in 2024
Featuring Niko Matsakis
Rust is quickly becoming the "default choice" for applications where performance and reliability are top considerations. What can we expect from the next few years of the Rust language? In this talk, Nicholas Matsakis discusses what he sees as the top priorities for Rust going forward.... software-development rust
Rust's Unique Ownership Concept: Practical Examples and Why It's Important
Featuring Cecile Tonglet
Every programming language uses either a garbage collector or lets you handle memory freely. Rust introduces a whole new approach: Ownership. This beginner-friendly talk, looks at how Rust's Ownership and Borrowing models works in practice.software-development rust
Rust Async History, Libs, and Patterns
Featuring Katharina Fey
In this talk, Katharina Fey gives an introduction to async programming as a concurrency development model, (and what advantages this model has), the history and development of async Rust, how it works under the hood, and finally highlight a few projects from the current async Rust ecosystem.patterns libs async software-development rust
Experimenting with Faster Elliptic Curves in Rust
Featuring Diego F. Aranha
The talk discusses the results of experiments improving the efficiency of constant-time cryptographic algorithms implemented in Rust, with applications to faster Elliptic Curve Cryptography of practical interest.cryptographic-algorithms eliptic-curves cryptography software-development rust
Security as Code: A DevSecOps Approach
Featuring Nancy Gariché
In this session, we will review lessons learned from DevOps to implement a successful DevSecOps culture, in particular how we can make developers contribute security checks with the SaC approach.security ci-cd security-as-code devsecops
Software Architecture in a DevOps World
Featuring Bert Jan Schrijver
In this session, Bert Jan will share his experience working in a DevOps world as a software architect. After this session, you will have practical insights and tips in how to work as an architect with a DevOps team.devops architecture continuous-delivery software-architecture devsecops
DevSecOps: A Practitioner's Perspective
Featuring Erik Dörnenburg
It was easy to sneak a “Sec” into DevOps, but in practice this raised more questions. In this example-filled talk, Erik will address these questions and discuss practices like container security scanning, binary attestation, and chaos engineering.security devops container-security-scanning chaos-engineering binary-attestation security-scanning evolutionary-architecture fitness-functions devsecops
Is DevSecOps the Wrong Name?
Featuring Dave Farley
How should we best deal with the security of our systems in a world of agile development and Continuous Delivery? The answer is to build security into our systems from the outset, rather than treat it as an afterthought.devsecops continuous-delivery continuous-security security