2020

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De Pro Edition vindt plaats op donderdag 26 en vrijdag 27 maart.

Op woensdag 25 maart is er een dag speciaal voor IT-studenten. 

Programma Pro Edition

08.30    Ontvangst

09.30    Daniel Stenberg (WolfSSL) – Internetting on the shoulders of giants

10.30    Pauze

11.00    Eric Ernst (Ampere Computing) – Kata Containers

12.00    Lunch

13.00    Koz Ross (MLabs) – How to process big data beautifully

14.00    Beth Flanagan (Yocto) – Moar Blinky Lights Please

15.15    Pauze

15.45    Erik Veld (HashiCorp)

16.45    Borrel tot 17.30 uur

 

» Note «

Om zo veel mogelijk geïnteresseerden te kunnen verwelkomen, is het programma op donderdag 26 en vrijdag 27 maart identiek.

 

Internetting on the shoulders of giants

Developing core necessities in the new decade. Daniel’s spare time project became the most widely used software component in the world. Everything grows more, connects to the Internet, uses open source and iterates faster – than ever before. How do we make good giant shoulders to stand on?

Daniel Stenberg (WolfSSL)

Daniel Stenberg works for WolfSSL. He participated in the HTTP/2 work within the IETF and has hands-on experience with several HTTP/2 implementations. He is perhaps best known as the maintainer and lead developer of curl and libcurl. Daniel is also the author of “http2 explained”, fully up to speed and giving talks on HTTP/3. For SUE he will start the day with an inspirational talk on developing, embracing new technologies and opportunities, As Daniel is still working on his talk more details will follow soon.

Kata Containers

A container in a virtual machine. A virtual machine in a container. A container in a container running in a virtual machine. With standards like the OCI packaging and runtime specs in place, people are doing all kinds of crazy things. Why are they? Why should you care? In this talk, I’ll provide background on containers, and why many service providers are embracing sandboxing. We’ll dive through the container runtime landscape, comparing various approaches to providing container isolation, and then focus on the virtual machine approach taken by Kata Containers.

With the background set, we’ll dive into the design of Kata Containers, highlighting the translation of container concepts to virtual machine primitives, showing how Kata provides a container experience while utilizing virtual machine isolation.

Eric Ernst (Ampere Computing)

Eric is software engineer at Ampere Computing, based out of Portland, Oregon. Eric has spent the last several years working on embedded firmware, the Linux kernel and cloud native system’s engineering. Eric is a developer and architecture committee member for the Kata Containers project, and a contributor to the Kubernetes project.

How to process big data beautifully using Haskell and Streamly

Processing large volumes of heterogeneous, rapidly changing data is a common, but important task. To do this in an efficient manner, we need to make use of streaming, asynchrony and parallelism; however, each of these (even individually) create challenges of design, implementation and correctness, and the range of approaches to these can often make for ‘impendance mismatches’ when they are combined. This creates complexity and hard-to-diagnose issues in our programs, made worse by the inherent difficulties that scale brings.

This talk introduces the Haskell programming language, and the Streamly library, as a means towards efficient, principled and correct design and construction of programs for big data workloads, making full use of streaming, asynchrony and parallelism, together. We will demonstrate how the emphasis on compositionality, consistent underlying principles, and elegance make both Haskell and Streamly the right choice for such tasks. We will also demonstrate use of Haskell and Streamly, while covering the core benefits of both in an approachable way.

No Haskell experience is required for this talk.

Koz Ross (MLabs)

Koz is a Haskell developer, author and co-maintainer of several Haskell libraries. He currently writes Haskell for stream data processing at MLabs. His experience includes processing NASA geospatial data, research on dynamic partial sorting, teaching data structures, programming and evolutionary algorithms at a tertiary level, and self-hosting on ARM micro-servers.

Moar Blinky Lights Please: Making demos that don’t suck with the Yocto Project.

Embedded software development is ripe for excellent demos, but unfortunately too many demos are stuck in stale, industrial ideas that don’t excite, challenge or create “stickiness”. This talk will focus on what makes a good embedded demo and how to make one on the cheap.

Using her mobile “DJ in a box” as an example, Eilís (Elizabeth in Irish) will show you how to take under €1000 worth of off the shelf components and the Yocto Project, to quickly create a demo that sticks in customers minds. We will be creating this firmware from scratch to final sd card, live.

Beth Flanagan (Yocto)

Bio soon

Talk by Erik Veld

Details soon.

Erik Veld (HashiCorp)

Erik divides his time between developing software and teaching others about technology and modern development practices.He has over a decade of experience working as a developer, operator and IT consultant for a variety of global companies and startups. The lessons learned, and scars accumulated from this time, prepared him well for his current love of demoing cutting edge technologies live on stage. He also founded Instruqt, a hands-on learning platform. When he is not doing something with computers, you can find him in the kitchen or renovating his house. 

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