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March 24-25, 2022

7am PST / 10am EST / 4pm CET

LEARN TO BUILD, DEPLOY AND MONITOR
JAVASCRIPT APPS

  • 2
    Days
    of practical talks
  • 20+
    Speakers
    sharing know-how
  • 5K+
    JS DEVS AND ARCHITECTS
    gathering
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THE JAVASCRIPT DEVOPS CONFERENCE

DevOps.js is an event for all the developers and architects involved in building infrastructure and setting up pipelines and deployments for JavaScript applications.

Would you like to skill up as a DevOps? Join authors of top projects and vital practitioners at the DevOps.js Conference on March 24-25, 2022.

This year we'll cover:

  • HumanOps

  • Security

  • Serverless

  • Multi Cloud

  • Release Orchestration

  • Infrastructure as Code

  • Monorepo

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TOP SPEAKERS

Cutting edge talks from field experts followed by interactive Q&As

NET-WORKING

Join live chat rooms, make friends, and explore new opportunities

REMOTE, SAFE, YET FUN

Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

First speakers

Jared Palmer
Vercel, USA
Talk: Fire-side chat

Jared Palmer is a Principal Engineer at Vercel, which acquired his startup Turborepo in late 2021. Prior to that, Jared was the Engineering Lead at The Palmer Group, a strategy, design, and software engineering firm based in New York City. An educator, speaker, and open source software enthusiast, Jared is the author of popular projects including Turborepo, Formik, Razzle, After.js, TSDX, Backpack, The Platform, and react-fns.

Ruy Adorno
Monorepo
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Ruy Adorno
GitHub, Canada
Talk: Levelling up Monorepos with npm Workspaces

Ruy is an open-source maintainer, Node.js contributor and member of the npm cli team at GitHub fostering community contributions while also working on tools that manages millions of JavaScript package installs everyday.

He also speaks at conferences and meetups from time to time, you can find some of the presented content on Speaker Deck and Youtube.

Maël Nison
Toolkit
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Maël Nison
Datadog, France
Talk: The Zen of Yarn

Expert in developer experience, Maël spent years leading the development team for Yarn, the JavaScript package manager. Now at Datadog, he keeps working on improving workflows that developers face everyday.

Julie Ng
HumanOps
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Julie Ng
Microsoft, Germany
Talk: Fine-tuning DevOps for People over Perfection

Julie is an Engineer at Microsoft focusing on the Azure Customer Experience who refuses to give up her mac for Windows. Previously she was an Enterprise Architect at Allianz Germany as they started their cloud journey in 2016 that included full CI/CD with Jenkins, single page apps and containers. When she's not conducting architecture design and CI/CD reviews with Azure customers or building POCs you can find her surviving lockdown by YouTubing about real world engineering or jogging and rock-climbing.

Feross Aboukhadijeh
Security
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Feross Aboukhadijeh
Socket, USA
Talk: It's a Jungle Out There: What's Really Going on Inside Your Node_Modules Folder

Feross is the founder and CEO of Socket, where he's working on a new approach to supply chain security by auditing every package on npm to detect suspicious changes and block supply chain attacks without slowing the development process. Feross is the author and maintainer of WebTorrent, StandardJS, and 100s of other open source projects. His software is downloaded 500+ million times per month. He was a lecturer at Stanford where he created the course CS 253 Web Security.

Nicholas Yang
Rome Tools, USA
Talk: Why is CI so Damn Slow?

Nicholas (he/him) is a software developer at Rome interested in compilers and programming languages. He likes to travel, cook, and watch movies in his free time. He lives in Brooklyn.

Tally Barak
Monorepo
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Tally Barak
Yoobic, Israel
Talk: 1001 Packages – Strategies for Managing Monorepos

Tally Barak is a software veteran with over 30 years of experience in different aspects of software - development, product management, and architecture. Enthusiastic about neat-code. Today, she is a senior full-stack developer in Yoobic, doing all things Javascript.

Matias Capeletto
Toolkit
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Matias Capeletto
Vite Core Team, Hungary
Talk: The Inner Workings of Vite Build

Matias is a Vite and Vitest core team member, and a collaborator in other projects in the Vite and Vue ecosystem. His main focus is on Vite maintenance and in helping its ecosystem and community grow into healthy spaces for collaboration. He is also now part of the Vitest team, building a Vite-native test-runner.

Lukonde Mwila
Cloud Native
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Lukonde Mwila
SUSE, South Africa
Talk: Optimize Node.js Development Workflows in Kubernetes with Skaffold and Rancher Desktop

Lukonde is a Principal Technical Evangelist at SUSE and is an AWS Container Hero. He specializes in cloud and DevOps engineering and cloud-native technologies. He is passionate about sharing knowledge through various mediums and engaging with the developer community at large.

Zoltan Kochan
Packaging
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Zoltan Kochan
Bit, Ukraine
Talk: pnpm – a Fast, Disk Space Efficient Package Manager for JavaScript

Lead maintainer of pnpm since 2016, which started as a completely independent open-source package manager for JavaScript.

Zoltan is an engineer at Bit. He works on the dependency management aspect of the Bit CLI.

Previously worked at JustAnswer, where Zoltan was mainly working on front-end infrastructure.

Ante Tomić
Infobip, Croatia
Talk: The Lazy Developer Guide: How to Automate Code Updates?

Ante is a Software Engineer at Infobip focusing on Web Infrastructure and the technical side of Web development. He loves JavaScript, React, I18n, optimizing build processes, automations, and more. You can talk to him about absolutely anything and he is always open for sharing his knowledge and presenting something interesting. When he is not developing or presenting, he likes discovering new music, taking long walks, nature, hobby photography, and traveling. He is actively promoting beautiful locations and hidden gems through his photography and travel blog.

Yshay Yaacobi
Cloud Native
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Yshay Yaacobi
Livecycle, Israel
Talk: Experimenting with Deno for Easier Kubernetes Deployments

Yshay Yaacobi is the co-founder and CTO at Livecyle, an early-stage startup that specializes in collaboration on top of live environments. Yshay has more than a decade of experience with web and cloud technologies, has given local talks about various technologies and is co-organizer of the Rx-Israel meetup group.

He is passionate about programming languages, functional programming, cloud and system architecture. Yshay is extremely interested in open source, and is the lead developer of Tweek (git.io/tweek) - a cloud native open-source feature manager. Over the last few years Yshay has been using Docker and Kubernetes heavily and has also given sessions in several cloud-native/devops meetups and events.

Konstantinos Leimonis
Monitoring & Observability
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Konstantinos Leimonis
DAZN, UK
Talk: Observability for Microfrontends

Software Engineer and Tech Lead. Currently building a better micro-frontend platform at DAZN, mentoring and helping teams with tech initiatives, focusing on system architecture, monitoring and observability. I enjoy working with new technologies and scaling React apps and teams.

Jessica Cregg
HumanOps
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Jessica Cregg
LaunchDarkly, UK
Talk: Gaming the System: How Video Games Can Help us Create More Effective Virtual Teams

Jessica is a Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly, where she speaks about change and writes about the human implications of engineering decisions. She writes for a selection of tech publications and works as a co-organiser of DevOpsDays London and the regular meet-up group DevSecOps London Gathering. She also works with Coding Black Females to improve equal and equitable representation within the technology industry.

Roy Tal
Infrastructure as Code
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Roy Tal
Firefly, Israel
Talk: Enter CDK: What this Means for the World of IaC

Roy Tal is a cloud and DevOps enthusiast who loves to build tool that will make infrastructure operations better for everyone. Today he is a team leader and founding team member at Firefly who are helping solve infrastructure drift in large-scale cloud operations. Before that he served as a backend developer at Dome9, building better security practices into cloud operations, that has been acquired by Check Point.

Deepu K Sasidharan
Security
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Deepu K Sasidharan
Okta, Netherlands
Talk: How to Secure Your Node.js Containers on Kubernetes With Best Practices

Deepu K Sasidharan is a Software Engineer by passion and profession. He is a Senior Developer Advocate at Okta. He is the co-lead of JHipster, and the creator of KDash and JDL Studio. He is a polyglot programmer working with Java, JavaScript, Go, Rust, and so on. He is also a cloud technology advocate and an open-source software aficionado. He has authored books on Full-stack development and frequently writes about Java, JavaScript, Go, Rust, DevOps, Kubernetes, Linux, and so on, on his blog.

Florian Rappl
Cloud Native
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Florian Rappl
smapiot, Germany
Talk: Serverless for Frontends

Dr. Florian Rappl is a solution architect from Germany who is specialized in the creation of scalable distributed web applications. These days he is almost exclusively working on micro frontend solutions. He wrote a book on the topic and regularly gives workshops at conferences and directly for companies. Florian is a long time Microsoft MVP in the development tools area.

David Burrowes
Split Software, USA
Talk: Releasing JavaScript Applications Faster with Feature Flags

David Burrowes is a software engineer at Split.io with a decade of experience developing web applications for companies like Box, Delphix, and VMware. Having worked without feature flags, and with clunky in-house feature flagging frameworks, David is deliriously happy to have all of Split's capabilities at his disposal for every project. For fun, and to prove he’s more Star Trek than Star Wars, David likes to randomly quote large sections for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

Simon Zhong
Monitoring & Observability
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Simon Zhong
Sentry, USA
Talk: Monitoring Errors and Slowdowns Across JS Applications

Simon Zhong is a Sales Engineer at Sentry with almost 10 years of experience in enterprise software. He attended the University of Edinburgh and is a graduate of University of California, Davis in Computer Science. He is an American born Chinese (ABC) who is a native English speaker with conversational proficiency in Cantonese.

Ixchel Ruiz
Packaging
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Ixchel Ruiz
JFrog, Switzerland
Talk: All About Dependencies

Ixchel Ruiz a DA @ JFrog has developed software applications and tools since 2000. Her research interests include Java, dynamic languages, client-side technologies, DevSecOps, and testing. A Java Champion, Groundbreaker Ambassador, CD Ambassador, Hackergarten enthusiast, open source advocate, public speaker, and mentor, Ixchel travels around the world (sometimes virtually) sharing knowledge—it’s one of her main drives in life.

Scott Gerlach
Security
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Scott Gerlach
StackHawk, USA
Talk: Automated Application Security Testing

Scott Gerlach is Co-founder and Chief Security Officer at StackHawk, a Denver-based startup focused on empowering engineers to easily identify and remediate security bugs. Scott brings over two decades of security and engineering experience to his current role, having served as CSO, CISO, and in other executive leadership functions at companies like SendGrid, Twilio, and GoDaddy. When he's not at work, you'll find Scott spending time with family, brewing beer, and playing guitar.

Clint Cameron
Best Practices
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Clint Cameron
Sonar, USA
Talk: A Simple, Yet Powerful Approach to Clean Code!

Clint Cameron is a Product Marketing Manager at Sonar, a leader in software static analysis solutions. He joined Sonar in 2018 and enjoys passionately and transparently promoting the value of Sonar tools to developers at all experience levels. Previous to Sonar, he has held roles in product and project management, consulting, sales operations and engineering.

Walt Ribeiro
HumanOps
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Walt Ribeiro
Vultr, USA
Talk: Independence: What Does It Mean For DevOps?

As Vultr's Developer Advocate, Walt Ribeiro helps create educational materials for developers and technologists including video/written how-to guides, product demos, reference materials, best practices, code samples, and training. Having been a broadcast engineer at Youtube Space LA, he understands online content and production and is excited to bring that energy to Vultr's growing community across all sites, meetups, and events.

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Our MC's

Sharone Zitzman
Sharone Zitzman
RTFM Please, Israel

I'm a marketing technologist and open source community builder, who likes to work with engineering teams that are building products that developers love. Having built both the DevOps Israel and Cloud Native Israelcommunities from the ground up, today I spend my time finding the places where technology and people intersect and ensuring that this is an excellent experience. You can find my talks, articles, and employment experience at rtfmplease.dev.

Mettin Parzinski
Mettin Parzinski
Miro, Netherlands

Father, husband, squash player, quite bad at chess, metalhead, aspiring woodworker. Working in the developer experience team at Miro to enable other developers to create awesome plugins for Miro boards.

 Natalia Venditto
Natalia Venditto
Microsoft, Spain/Uruguay

Natalia’s fun journey in tech includes being in the roles of frontend developer, full-stack tech lead, software and solutions architect, and recently joined Azure’s team leading the end-to-end developer experience for NodeJS and JavaScript/Typescript developers. This fan of web technologies, member of the Google Developer Experts program and an MVP award, is a fan of extreme water sports, loves punk and grunge music, tattoos, traveling the world, meeting new people, and the tech stack from infra to databases, to the very UI!

Anuradha Kumari
Anuradha Kumari
Passionate People, Netherlands

Anuradha is a frontend developer, working on making the web more accessible, one website at a time. She is a Google Developers Expert for web, Microsoft MVP and Cloudinary Media Developer Expert. She aims to spread awareness and empower the community towards achieving the common goal of inclusion through technology.

March 24 Schedule

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2022-03-24T15:00:00.000Z
2022-03-24T15:15:00.000Z
Microsoft, Germany
Fine-tuning DevOps for People over Perfection

Demand for DevOps has increased in recent years as more organizations adopt cloud native technologies. Complexity has also increased and a "zero to hero" mentality leaves many people chasing perfection and FOMO. This session focusses instead on why maybe we shouldn't adopt a technology practice and how sometimes teams can achieve the same results by prioritizing people over ops automation & controls. Let's look at amounts of and fine-tuning everything as code, pull requests, DevSecOps, Monitoring and more to prioritize developer well-being over optimization perfection. It can be a valid decision to deploy less and sleep better. And finally we'll examine how manual practice and discipline can be the key to superb products and experiences.

2022-03-24T15:35:00.000Z
2022-03-24T15:50:00.000Z
Datadog, France
The Zen of Yarn

In the past years Yarn took a spot as one of the most common tools used to develop JavaScript projects, in no small part thanks to an opinionated set of guiding principles. But what are they? How do they apply to Yarn in practice? And just as important: how do they benefit you and your projects?

In this talk we won't dive into benchmarks or feature sets: instead, you'll learn how we approach Yarn’s development, how we explore new paths, how we keep our codebase healthy, and generally why we think Yarn will remain firmly set in our ecosystem for the years to come.

2022-03-24T16:10:00.000Z
2022-03-24T16:25:00.000Z
Rome Tools, USA
Why is CI so Damn Slow?

We've all asked ourselves this while waiting an eternity for our CI job to finish. Slow CI not only wrecks developer productivity by breaking our focus, it costs money in cloud computing fees, and wastes enormous amounts of electricity. Let’s take a dive into why this is the case and how we can solve it with better, faster tools.

2022-03-24T16:45:00.000Z
2022-03-24T17:00:00.000Z
Okta, Netherlands
How to Secure Your Node.js Containers on Kubernetes With Best Practices

Learn security best practices for Kubernetes and especially for securing applications built with NodeJS running on Kubernetes. We will talk about securing the cluster, your Node.js containers, and more. We will also look at how to use OIDC to secure access to the clusters.

2022-03-24T17:20:00.000Z
2022-03-24T17:35:00.000Z
2022-03-24T17:40:00.000Z
A Simple, Yet Powerful Approach to Clean Code! - Clint Cameron

In this session, I'll use a demo to demonstrate how you can easily take ownership of your Code Quality with SonarCloud. You'll see how a simple, automated methodology ensures you and your Team to only commit Clean Code.

All About Dependencies - Ixchel Ruiz

The benefit of software dependencies is that they allow developers to deliver software faster by building on previous code. Dependencies are integral part of the software development cycle and they will be used at different stages i.e. development, execution or testing. Yet dependencies not only may introduce risks that are often overlooked, but their fast resolution and compliance with license types must be taken into consideration. In this extremely fast session we will see some of the advantages of using a mature, robust artifact manager for npm, bower and other package managers.

Monitoring Errors and Slowdowns Across JS Applications - Simon Zhong

Learn about tools to trace frontend to backend data and increase visibility on errors and performance. We'll go through how to know which teams are responsible for which error, what the impact is, and all the context needed to solve it.

Automated Application Security Testing - Scott Gerlach

Traditional security testing for JS apps has focused on the front-end, but actual security issues most often lie in the backing REST API. Join StackHawk co-founder Scott Gerlach for a quick overview of why you need to rethink how you test your JS apps and how StackHawk can help you find and fix security bugs fast.

Independence: What Does It Mean For DevOps? - Walt Ribeiro

Vultr's Walt Ribeiro takes users through steps to easily produce websites with Vultr using their One-Click Marketplace and Object Storage. In this talk, Walt will demonstrate how to configure your account, how to browse and deploy from Vultr Marketplace, and how to stand up a basic website using a simple web or mobile-based UI. Other flagship products and tools developers love will be highlighted along the way!

2022-03-24T18:20:00.000Z
2022-03-24T18:30:00.000Z
Firefly, Israel
Enter CDK: What this Means for the World of IaC

CDK is growing in popularity in the AWS ecosystem, and is set to be the successor of CloudFormation, being built natively for the configuration of AWS resources. Learn how this is a game changer for NodeJS programmers & stacks.

2022-03-24T18:50:00.000Z
2022-03-24T19:05:00.000Z
Socket, USA
It's a Jungle Out There: What's Really Going on Inside Your Node_Modules Folder

Do you know what’s really going on in your node_modules folder? Software supply chain attacks have exploded over the past 12 months and they’re only accelerating in 2022 and beyond. We’ll dive into examples of recent supply chain attacks and what concrete steps you can take to protect your team from this emerging threat.

2022-03-24T19:35:00.000Z
2022-03-24T19:50:00.000Z
Bit, Ukraine
pnpm – a Fast, Disk Space Efficient Package Manager for JavaScript

You will learn about one of the most popular package managers for JavaScript and its advantages over npm and Yarn.

  • A brief history of JavaScript package managers
  • The isolated node_modules structure created by pnpm
  • What makes pnpm so fast
  • What makes pnpm disk space efficient
  • Monorepo support
  • Managing Node.js versions with pnpm
2022-03-24T20:10:00.000Z
2022-03-24T20:25:00.000Z
2022-03-24T20:35:00.000Z

March 25 Schedule

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2022-03-25T15:00:00.000Z
2022-03-25T15:15:00.000Z
Vercel, USA
Fire-side chat

During the discussion you'll be able to ask your questions about Turborepo , a new monorepo build system by Vercel that can reduce your CI/CD build time by over 90% with just a few lines of code.

2022-03-25T15:50:00.000Z
GitHub, Canada
Levelling up Monorepos with npm Workspaces

Learn more about how to leverage the default features of npm workspaces to help you manage your monorepo project while also checking out some of the new npm cli features.

2022-03-25T16:10:00.000Z
2022-03-25T16:25:00.000Z
Vite Core Team, Hungary
The Inner Workings of Vite Build

Vite unbundled ESM dev server and fast HMR are game-changing for DX. But Vite also shines when building your production applications.

This talk will dive into how the main pieces fit together to bundle and minify your code:

  • Vite build as an opinionated Rollup setup.
  • How esbuild is used as a fast TS and JSX transpile and a minifier.
  • The production plugins pipeline.

Modern frameworks (Nuxt, SvelteKit, Astro, among others) have chosen Vite, augmenting the DX and optimizations for their target use case.

We'll discover Vite as a polished and extendable toolkit to craft optimized modern apps.

2022-03-25T16:45:00.000Z
2022-03-25T17:00:00.000Z
Yoobic, Israel
1001 Packages – Strategies for Managing Monorepos

When working with a monorepo, there are multiple Challenges: packages installation, packages linking, development processes (build, lint, testing) and deployment processes. Those challenges vary by the type of artifacts in our monorepo (micro services, FE App, packages etc.). We will explore different approaches and tools for monorepos and their pro and cons.

2022-03-25T17:20:00.000Z
2022-03-25T17:35:00.000Z
2022-03-25T17:45:00.000Z
Optimize Node.js Development Workflows in Kubernetes with Skaffold and Rancher Desktop - Lukonde Mwila

In this talk, you will learn how to optimise your Node.js development and release workflow to Kubernetes with Skaffold and Rancher Desktop. Using these tools together helps enhance the local K8s development experience by mirroring a real cluster experience, as well as the release workflow you would have for your remote cluster. We will cover the challenges of local Kubernetes development, how Skaffold and Rancher Desktop help, demonstrations of local releases to a cluster and how to use the same configuration for remote cluster releases.

Gaming the System: How Video Games Can Help us Create More Effective Virtual Teams - Jessica Cregg

What does Conway's Law have in common with the video game League of Legends? They can both teach us about how to organise development teams that achieve collective intelligence. When it comes to the art of software development, it's never a game of chance.

Serverless for Frontends - Florian Rappl

In this talk micro frontend expert Florian Rappl will introduce the pattern of creating a Siteless UI. This is a frontend composed of different pieces that can be developed independently and are deployed without having or managing any server.

Florian will show you how to get started in that space, what decisions to take, and what pitfalls you should avoid.

Releasing JavaScript Applications Faster with Feature Flags - David Burrowes

Do you want to release your applications more rapidly with lower risk? Feature flags make this possible. This talk will concretely demonstrate that this is possible and easily within your reach.

2022-03-25T18:20:00.000Z
2022-03-25T18:25:00.000Z
Livecycle, Israel
Experimenting with Deno for Easier Kubernetes Deployments

As we all know, dealing with Kubernetes YAML is not very intuitive (especially for those just getting starting) and the more resources and dependencies are added the messier and more complex the process becomes. In this talk, we'll explore how we can use Typescript and Deno to bring typing, composition, code-reuse, and testing as an alternative to YAML - that doesn't include these capabilities, all while still remaining declarative and easy to use.

2022-03-25T18:45:00.000Z
2022-03-25T19:00:00.000Z
DAZN, UK
Observability for Microfrontends

Teams are getting bigger and bigger following the micro-frontends architecture. Observability for teams on a scale becomes even more important in order not only to be able to identify potential issues in the runtime, but also separating the responsibilities. In this presentation we’ll learn how this can achieved.

2022-03-25T19:20:00.000Z
2022-03-25T19:35:00.000Z
Infobip, Croatia
The Lazy Developer Guide: How to Automate Code Updates?

How to update hundreds of projects all at once? With organizations rapidly growing, demand for the scalability of the teams grows which directly impacts projects structure and ownership. The usual dilemma is mono- vs. multi-repos, but ... What if I tell you that it does not matter much? Both approaches can punch you in the face at some point, so perhaps it is better to think bottom-up.

Today I will walk you through some of the biggest challenges that exist in both approaches and those are managing dependencies across a few hundred projects, global code updates and many other things. I will also show you examples of how we solved this inside Infobip through building our own internal libraries.

2022-03-25T19:55:00.000Z
2022-03-25T20:10:00.000Z

Program Committee

Julián Duque
Salesforce Heroku, USA / Colombia

Julián Duque is a Developer and Educator, Community Leader, Co-Organizer of NodeConf and JSConf in Colombia, Node.js Collaborator Emeritus, and currently working as a Lead Developer Advocate at Salesforce Heroku.

Nacho Anaya
Checkly, Argentina

I am Lead Open Source Engineer at @ChecklyHQ, Tech Trainer, and Speaker. I have been working, teaching and spreading JavaScript technologies for more than 10 years. Right now, I am mostly working with Vue.js and Node.js but I like to contribute to any kind of dev community or OSS project. When I am not coding or traveling, you can find me playing hockey in Buenos Aires.

Sharone Zitzman
RTFM Please, Israel

I'm a marketing technologist and open source community builder, who likes to work with engineering teams that are building products that developers love. Having built both the DevOps Israel and Cloud Native Israelcommunities from the ground up, today I spend my time finding the places where technology and people intersect and ensuring that this is an excellent experience. You can find my talks, articles, and employment experience at rtfmplease.dev.

Alex Korzhikov
Instructor, Mentor, Netherlands

Software engineer, team lead, ​instructor​, mentor, and ​author of technical materials​ in JavaScript, Node, ​JSON-Schema​, Web Components, TypeScript.

Peter Nijenhuis
S0L1D Heroes, Netherlands

DevOps is one of my greatest passions. Guiding teams in the DevOps way of working, helping and facilitating them in achieving the ultimate goal of becoming a high performing team.

What I often see at companies, that they’re trying to adopt the DevOps way of working with a technical approach. They often start with automation. While automation is a huge aspect of DevOps, it isn’t the key to success. Mindset and behavior is in my opinion the key to success. Getting the right culture and a facilitating governance with its processes within the company. Only then you can be successful in adopting the DevOps way of working.

Angel Rivera
CircleCI, USA

Angel started his career as an US Air Force Space Systems Operations specialist in Cape Canaveral AF Station where he realized his passion for technology and software development. He has extensive experience in the private, public and military sectors and his technical experience includes military/space lift operations, technical writing, software development, SRE/DevOPs engineering. He also has a wealth of experience in defense and federal sectors such as contracting, information systems security and management.

You can usually find him speaking at or organizing local tech meetups and hackathons where he enjoys engaging with developers.

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Yshay Yaacobi

Cloud Native Discussion Room, March 25
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Konstantinos Leimonis

Ante Tomić

Monitoring & Observability Discussion Room, March 25
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Tally Barak

Florian Rappl

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Ante Tomić

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Julie Ng

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