Sebastien Lambla

Sebastien Lambla

Sebastien has been clogging the internet tubes since 1994, when he started on a long journey of discussing technical matters and unicorns. He is known for having been a keen open-source advocate, sometimes even contributor, a distributed systems aficionado, a ReST proponent, a speaker, a trainer, an architect, a diversity advocate, and anything that he’s managed to put his hands on. His passion has lead him to creating bugs in most languages.

Montreal 2018 sessions

ReST 3.0 – a Lap around HTTP APIs’ next Generation

English session - Beginner

We’ve been building hypermedia APIs in one shape or another for a long time. As JSON continues to take over the world, many new specifications promise to deliver an easier way to create and evolve our APIs. After covering what problems ReST 3.0 tries to solve, we’ll evaluate the specifications and tools we can leverage. To the cloud and beyond!

We're doing it all wrong

English session - Beginner

A long time ago, the human race started writing software. Fast forward to today, and the way we expect software to be built has not changed: it always gets done, late, over budget, under-featured, too late to market, and many other failures we all encountered. With so much failure part of our day-to-day work, the time has come to accept that we're doing it all wrong.

Vancouver 2016 sessions