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Progressive Web Apps Workshop

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Frontend tech leaders Instructors: Shavit Cohen, Hagai Reuveni In this workshop, we'll learn about Progressive Web Apps (PWA), why do we want to use it and how we can create one easily in a few small steps. We'll cover the main features required in order to enhance a simple website to a PWA: ... continue reading

Flutter Workshop

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Android developer Instructor: Moti Bar-Tov What you will build: In this workshop - codelab you will learn to install and setup Flutter environment, create your first app, learn the basic concepts of Flutter such as Widget, Context and State Your app will: Contain two... continue reading

Extend Kubernetes with Golang & Operators Workshop

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Backend tech leader Instructor: Rafael Bodill Introduction Kubernetes is proving great abilities in orchestrating container clusters over large number of nodes with abstract definitions for resources. It allows you to define and manage intricate infrastructure as code. The goal of the workshop is lea... continue reading

Distributed Systems using Go Workshop

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Backend tech leader Instructor: Roy Pearl In this Go workshop we'll build and execute a distributed simulation of a soccer game. We'll use Go builtin concurrency concepts such as goroutines and channels, Redis as a message broker and Vice library to connect internal go-channel with Redis.This workshop is divided ... continue reading

Interview With Uri Shaked about WebVR, A-Frame and VR games

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Google Developer Expert for Web Technologies Tell us a little bit about your background In 3rd grade I had an XT computer, and one day it stopped booting. I went to the neighbors and tried to get MS-DOS diskettes to fix it, and when that didn't work, I dismantled it and put it back together. The compu... continue reading

Interview With Haim Cohen About Data Pipelines

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Haim Cohen introduction to streaming data pipelines Tell us a little bit about your background I have been in the development world for 19 years, especially in the Backend field. I began my career in a startup company, mainly writing in Java, and from there I developed into Big Data and recently into the world o... continue reading

Interview With Haggai About Chaos Engineering

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Our DevOps architect, Haggai Philip Zaguri, helps make sense of Chaos Engineering. Tell us a little bit about your background I started with IT / OPS in a small startup in Tel Aviv, at some point, we moved from the basement to new offices. I did everything, including IT, Ops & Scripts. We grew from a small c... continue reading

OnRadar Episode#2: Can Kubernetes Keep a Secret

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In this episode (In Hebrew) -> we focus on secret management in Kuberentes, k8s as the Cloud OS adopted the same patterns we had with Configuration Management and Continuous delivery, we will take a look at a few solutions which help mitigate that problem. We are also honored to interview Omer Levi Hevroni DevSecOps engineer, Soluto which wil... continue reading

Hacker vs Company, Cloud Cyber Security Automated with Kubernetes

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Meet Demi Ben-Ari | Hacker vs Company, Cloud Cyber Security Automated with Kubernetes Demi is the Co-Founder & VP R&D @ Panorays, Google Developers Expert. With over 12 years of experience in building various systems both from the field of near real time applications and Big Data distributed systems. Co-Founder of the “Big Things” Big... continue reading

Full Cycle Development at Netflix

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We are excited to announce our first keynote speaker Greg Burrell from Netflix! "The year was 2012 and operating a critical service at Netflix was laborious. Deployment frequency was measured in weeks. Operating a service involved staring at graphs and a lot of late-night heroics. Troubleshooting issues often devolved to bouncing the problem a... continue reading

You Are Not A Commodity

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He’s coming to tell us the world of commodity engineering is coming to an end. Meet our second keynote speaker Jeff Meyerson, Podcast host at sedaily! “Developers are becoming more productive, more flexible, and more entrepreneurial. How does this impact you as an engineer? And how does it impact large companies who need a fungible set of eng... continue reading

OnRadar Episode#1: A Config Keeping Tale

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This episode (In Hebrew) will cover our encounters with config keeping, yes we were all under the impression that Kubernetes,ConfigMaps, and Secrets have solved all the worlds problems … well no, it seems like it’s still an issue. continue reading

Conversational UI

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Conversational UI is the latest trend in the field of digital design that is focused on improving how people interact with systems. Industry leaders such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook are strongly focused on building a new generation of conversational interfaces. Join us at #FTRD19 to learn more about this hot You Used to C... continue reading