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So what will we be talking about at CodeMash v188.8.131.52? With more than 140 sessions scheduled, we'll be covering a wide swath of topics:
- Business: Itching to start a new company? Need a formal understanding of open source licensing? Have you had it with being a cog in the machine and want to go independent? Attend one of the sessions in the Business track and learn from those who have been there and done that.
- Databases: Eager to gnaw on some serious data? The Databases track rounds up all of the gnarly toothed data munching technologies, including Hadoop, Solr, ElasticSearch, MongoDB, and others!
- Development Methodologies: Team collaboration, Kanban, insights into how Netflix architects for survival, and efficient deployment processes are all on the table. We'll even work in some Big Lebowski references. Trust us.
- Languages: Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Probably not but we'd venture a guess that conversing in Clojure, Erlang, Python, Rust, and Scala ranks high on the list. Come expand your horizons in the Languages track.
- Design/UX: Design-focused talks for developers was a major goal for the coming event. This year's selection includes sessions on UI performance, front-end tooling, UX antipatterns, and CSS testing, among others.
- Hardware: Want to hack your Kinect? Build a mini killer robot? How about construct your own motorized telescope? Build a Google Glass app? Of course you do, you ambitious little nerd. We've making your geek fantasies come true in the Hardware track!
- .NET / Windows: CodeMash always has its finger on the pulse of the latest .NET technologies, and this year is no different, with coverage of F#, machine learning, the future of C#, TypeScript, and async all slated for discussion. Oh and did we mention Jon Skeet will be live coding while talking about a certain well-known shape-dropping game?
- Java: Does exploring JVM bytecodes strike your fancy? How about concurrent processing techniques? Or maybe JavaFX, Vert.x, Gradle, and JavaEE.Next() discussions are more your style? We're covering all of these topics and more in the Java track.
- Mobile: Learn how to build applications for users on the go by attending sessions covering the hottest iOS and Android topics.
- Ruby/Rails: Want to learn more about gambling? Escaping reality? Get weird with branching, null, and attributes? Yes? We look forward to seeing you in the Ruby/Rails track.
- Soft Skills: Because success in software is so much more than writing code, we've brought in veteran consultants, entrepreneurs and speaking mavens to shed insight into key concepts you'll need to advance your career. Welcome to the Soft Skills track: The Other White Meat.
- Testing: Effective testing is the equivalent of an apple a day for developers. Stick to the regimen and your health is guaranteed to improve. Come meet your doctors in this year's testing track, where mobile testing, functional test automation, web services testing, effective test setup, and debugging Fiddler will all be discussed. Now take two and thank us in the morning.
- Web Services: Curious about how one goes about managing terabytes on AWS? Trying to sort out how migrating to the cloud could possibly bite you in the behind? Want to build your own cloud platform just like they did at Riot Games? All of the great content found in this year's Web Services track will leave you floating in the clouds? Get it? The cloud? Get it?
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