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Behind the Scenes with a NASA Engineer
Kenneth Harris II shares his journey to becoming an engineer at NASA and why learning to fail is a key cornerstone of their culture. Find out what exciting projects follow the well-known Hubble Telescope.
Hydrogen Power: How Far Will It Take Us?
Explore the developments and use cases for hydrogen-powered aircrafts with rocket scientist, aerospace engineer, professor, and CEO and founder of Hydroplane, Dr. Anita Sengupta, interviewed by editor of "97 Things Every Programmer Should Know," Kevlin Henney.
Programming: Now and Then
The last 20 years have brought several major paradigm shifts in software development. Starting as a software developer was quite different in the early days compared to today. Join Eamonn Boyle and Garth Gilmour as they go down memory lane to discuss the ever-changing world of programming.
Modern Software Engineering
What should the modern software engineer know in order to be the best at their job? Dave Farley and Steve Smith explore the books that can help engineers succeed and why iteration and experiments are crucial. The discussion is centered around Dave’s latest book, "Modern Software Engineering."
Keynote: Engineering You
What are the characteristics of a good software engineer? It's a topic many people would argue endlessly about. This is not surprising given we are effectively living in the era of software alchemy. Some of the best programmers draw on strong scientific and engineering background and combine this with craft like coding skills in a virtuous feedback cycle. In this talk we explore the individual practices and techniques that can help bring out the engineer in you.