Everything and everyone fails all of the time. Failure is always an option, it's how you respond that matters! Let's discover how failure can be an opportunity to learn and improve. Join me on a journey to know more about pain, happy little accidents, trial and error, adaptive capacity, failing safely, learning organizations, and resilience. It's time to start embracing failure!
Working with APIs? Great! Did you have to solve surprisingly similar issues in different projects? Did project complexity force you to break the established guidelines for structure, filtering, validation, or pagination? How often have your endpoints, versioning, and evolution stood the test of time? Let's talk about the real examples of solutions I implemented in various APIs. Smile at changing requirements thinking - I've got it!
Les monolithes sont mauvais et les microservices sont le meilleur moyen d’atteindre un combo parfait de maintenabilité et d’évolutivité infinie, n'est-ce pas? Aucune décision architecturale n'est parfaite mais une conception basée sur la hype (ou les buzzwords) est probablement la pire option. Et pour votre app existante ou votre nouveau projet révolutionnaire? Découper un monolithe n'est peut-être pas la solution, et si on l'apprivoisait plutôt?
GraphQL is a declarative query language that simplifies retrieving data from an application's back end. It provides a clear and comprehensive description of the data in your API, giving you the ability to request only what you need. This makes it easy to evolve APIs over time and enables powerful developer tools.
Do you know how to secure your APIs? Tokens alone are far from enough. Automated direct access to the application business logic allows whole new classes of attack vectors and vulnerabilities - data extraction, impersonation, rogue access, and more. You can deploy countermeasures like elevated access requirements, multi-factor auth, response limits, etc. Let's explore both sides of that coin to let you properly design security for your APIs.
Les services et micro-services sont parmi nous depuis un moment déjà mais sont souvent perçus comme une solution magique à tous les problèmes. Tout n’est pas rose au pays des licornes et créer un nouveau micro-service peut être un exercice demandant. Découvrez les défis que présente de composer avec un monolithe comportant plusieurs interdépendances, du refactor de celui-ci à l’ajustement des tests en passant par les protocoles de communication.
Feature Flags. Feature Toggles. Canaries. A/B Testing. ...
Many a talk at ConFoo and less well fed conferences will refer to using feature flags as a way to enable seamless integration into a very aggressive release schedule.
Feature Flags are an extremely simple yet powerful tool to streamline integration of complex features.
We'll cover many a known implementation strategies for feature flags so you can become an advocate too.
Yes, okay, ES2015 rules, and ES2017–2022 brought about a lot of cool things (most notably async/await, async iteration, optional chaining, private members), but a ton of cool stuff is expected to land in the next few years, too… and we can play with it already!
Christophe takes you through a whirlwind tour of the upcoming features he’s most excited about, due to become official in 2024, 2025… or 2026 ;-)
Écrire une fois lire souvent (Write once read many). Arrêter de redécouvrir ce que vous aviez déjà imaginé. Dans cette présentation nous allons vois 5 façons efficace et peu coûteuse d’améliorer votre code. Vous devriez vous attarder à rendre votre code plus facile à lire pour éviter que les prochains perdent leur temps à le comprendre. Vous sortirez de cette session avec des conseils utiles pour accomplir cette tâche.
In this talk, we will introduce a novel design pattern called "micro-mind-services," inspired by neural networks, which promises to revolutionize how we build applications, particularly in conjunction with AI programming assistants.
Join me to discover this potentially groundbreaking design pattern and explore how it can transform software development in the age of AI programming assistants.
Are you looking to build robust and efficient event-driven services? In this talk, you will learn the key concepts and strategies for achieving this, including handling at-least-once message delivery, idempotent command handling, and the laws of event-driven physics. Learn how to use the laws of event-driven physics and build event-driven services that simultaneously handle large volumes of events, network failures, and multiple events.
Discussing common anti-patterns preventing your systems from achieving an efficient level of reliability.
We will introduce reliability and then delve into common technical and organizational problems and how to prevent them.
Danger, Will Robinson! Don’t deploy on Friday! Maybe your team's or company's policy?
Join me as I share from my experience. Using examples from my work on multiple real world projects, I’ll discuss resilience and operability, deployment strategies, pipelines and continuous testing. Discover the details of trunk based development, feature toggles, pair programming and other best practices and gain the confidence to deploy any day of the week!
Technical debt is only visible when it's too late. The developer who did the "work" is long gone. But you're here and you're here to stay. You'll be fixing the whole damn thing even if you have to do it all yourself. In this talk we'll discuss how to take those first critical steps in reducing technical debt, how to "sell" people on it and key technical advice to keep an even footing.
Did it seem like software platforms used to be better in the past? That's not just nostalgia, they *were* better. Platforms were more intuitive, better suited for user-needs, less invasive of privacy, and easier to use.
In this talk we'll examine (with examples) the process of 'enshittification', a term coined by Cory Doctorow for platform decay—where services become progressively worse to maximise profit—and how to avoid it happening to you.
Let's delve into the realm of online authentication. From traditional passwords to WebAuthn and Passkeys, we'll explore the history, security enhancements, and improved user experience.
Don't miss this insightful talk on the current state of authentication and the future of digital identity, as we examine whether passwords are on the brink of obsolescence or still have a role to play in our increasingly connected world.
As developers, we usually work on fancy devices with super fast and stable internet connections, but most of your users aren’t.
With the incredible power of Service Workers, we can provide a fast and reliable experience for all our users.
In this talk, Rowdy will look at different caching strategies to boost the performance of your website and how to deal with offline situations using the Cache API and Fetch API.
In recent years, the ways that we can deliver HTTP has improved in occasional leaps, from 1.0, 1.1, a big step to 2.0, and now 3.0. One of the biggest obstacles has been TCP, which isn't a great fit for HTTP, but we are stuck with it – or are we? QUIC is a reimagining of TCP that runs over "the other protocol", UDP, giving us yet another step up in performance and security. Discover how it works, and how you can deploy it today.
No one wants their app to be slow! Yet, we all may end up with not optimal solutions that may slow down responses of API Platform-based applications. During this speech, together, we will discover typical pitfalls and how to spot them and address them.
This presentation will focus on the application-level things we may change to improve our response times.
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is still one of the most common vulnerabilities in web applications, despite well-known and effective countermeasures. Often neglected however are XSS issues when using a Single-Page Application (SPA) framework like Angular, React, or Vue.js. We will have a look at those systems, analyze the attack surface, and look for both specific weaknesses and specific countermeasures. A must-see session if you are using SPAs.
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