I had the opportunity to attend the the first Craft Conference in Budapest at the end of April 2014. It was a great conference, well organised, an impressive list of speakers and a interesting list of talks to select from.
If you weren’t able to attend, videos of the talks are available online at the Craft Conference website.
Some interesting talks:
- Dan North – Jackstones: the journey to mastery
- Gojko Adzic – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Flexible Scope
- Great talk by Simon Brown: Simon Brown – Agility and the essence of software architecture
- Really interesting talk: Jonas Bonér – Going Reactive: Event-Driven, Scalable, Resilient & Responsive Systems
- Theo Schlossnagle – Responsibly maximizing craftsmanship in software engineering
- Ian Robinson – Graph Search: The Power of Connected Data
- Greg Young – Polyglot Data
- Simon Hildrew (Guardian) Deploying to production live on stage 🙂 Simon Hildrew – Delivering Continuous Delivery Continuously
Stefan Tilkov – Architecture War Stories: I loved this one 🙂
- Jutta Eckstein – Complex Projects aren’t planable but controllable
- Michael Feathers – Conway’s Law and You: How to Organize your Organization for Optimal Development
- Ben Mathews – Lessons from Facebook’s PHP Codebase
- Eric Evans – Acknowledging CAP at the Root – in the Domain Model
- Jeff Hodges – Distributed Systems in Production
- Dominic Tarr – There is no such thing as a general purpose database
- Theo Schlossnagle – A Career in Web Operations
- Alvaro Videla – Building a Distributed Data Ingestion System with RabbitMQ
- Mitchell Hashimoto – Vagrant, Packer, Consul: Maximum Potency DevOps
All and all it was a great conference.