How is the day organized?
Beginning in the morning with a short opening speech, the day is divided into six one-hour sessions with a coffee break after each. Also, after the third session there will be a one-hour lunch break. Sessions end in the late afternoon but that's not over yet - be prepared for the unofficial part somewhere in the City Center.
Caching is one of the most powerful feature of HTTP and ReSTful architecture, and also one of the most misunderstood. This session will review what can be done with HTTP, debunk a few myths and show some commonly-implemented patterns you can implement in your own clients.
Why is it so divisive? What's really so bad about the language? Do these things really get in the way of writing a good product or good software? What steps can we take to mitigate this and do we really need to worry about it so much?
You know how your mother told you to never talk to strangers? Well, she was wrong. Not talking to strangers means never leaving your comfort zone, never exploring anything new and never learning anything beyond that what is familiar.
In this talk we explore how being unfaithful to mainstream class-base OO languages will make you a better developer; how other languages and other ways of thinking will give you a competitive edge over your peers.
Do you want some candy?
What about lunch?
No need to look for food in a neighborhood. This time lunch is on the house. So during the long break - stay indoors, eat and socialize!