Full Stack Fest Barcelona
September 4-8 2017
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1 track, 5 days, 30 mind-blowing talks.

Backend
4 SEP Devops &
Infraestructure
5 SEP Software
architecture
GAP DAY Relaxing
activities
7 SEP UX &
The Browser
8 SEP Beyond
The Web
Frontend

*Please, note that this agenda is tentative. All events and times are subject to change. Check back regularly for the latest schedule and details about conference events.

The Schedule

Monday - September 4th
8:00 — 9:15 Registration & coffee
9:15 — 9:30 Welcome! By Jeremy Walker
9:30 — 10:10 Keynote By Karissa McKelvey
10:10 — 10:50 Ethereum, Aeternity and the Distributed Wonders By Luca Marchesini
10:50 — 11:25 Break
11:25 — 12:05 Terraform in your delivery pipeline By Anton Babenko
12:05 — 12:45 Migrating an existing service to serverless By Marcia Villalba
12:45 — 14:45 Lunch
14:45 — 15:25 Defending the Human Network By Dr. Jessica Barker
15:25 — 16:05 The rise and fall of the Full Stack Database By Frank Lyaruu
16:05 — 16:35 Break
16:35 — 17:15 How Booking.com seves Deep Learning model predictions By Sahil Dua
17:15 — 17:55 What to do when complex systems fail: A guide to chaos management during a major incident By Aish Dahal
17:55 — 18:00 Closing remarks By Jeremy Walker
20:30 — 00:30 Soiree
Tuesday - September 5th
9:00 — 9:25 Coffee
9:25 — 9:30 Welcome! By Jeremy Walker
9:30 — 10:10 The Internet of Things: An army of devices ready for DDoS attacks By John Graham-Cumming
10:10 — 10:50 How to properly blame things for causing latency: An introduction to distributed tracing and zipkin By Adrian Cole
10:50 — 11:25 Break
11:25 — 12:05 Ship more, sink less: Changing chaos engineering & distributed tracing By James Burns
12:05 — 12:45 Flying Spaghetti Monster: verifying protocols with types and finite-state machines By Chris Ford
12:45 — 14:45 Lunch
14:45 — 15:25 Smart Grid: How IoT fights climate change By Kelsey Breseman
15:25 — 16:05 Beyond patterns: technological systems and the nature of order By Jerome Scheuring
16:05 — 16:35 Break
16:35 — 17:15 Lightning talks
17:15 — 17:55 Gone in 60 milliseconds: offensive security in the serverless age By Rich Jones
17:55 — 18:10 Closing remarks By Jeremy Walker
20:30 — 02:30 Soiree
Wednesday - September 6th
Gap day Relaxing activities TBD
Thursday - September 7th
8:00 — 9:15 Registration & coffee
9:15 — 9:30 Welcome! By Alex Qin
9:30 — 10:10 Keynote By Jenn Schiffer
10:10 — 10:50 Once you go PRPL… By Houssein Djirdeh
10:50 — 11:25 Break
11:25 — 12:05 Magic tricks with CSS Houdini By Sam Richard
12:05 — 12:45 Master the art of the AST (and take control of your JS) By Yonatan Mevorach
12:45 — 14:45 Lunch
14:45 — 15:25 Web based Virtual Reality By Shagufta Gurmukhdas
15:25 — 16:05 Using React Native + ClojureScript to launch iOS/Android apps to 1M users By Emin Hasanov
16:05 — 16:35 Break
16:35 — 17:15 Online/Offline equivalence: what our interplanetary tomorrow can teach us about building apps today By Chad Ostrowski
17:15 — 17:55 Blasting React into space: Building fluid, beautiful interfaces with React and WebGL (and other exotic explorations) By Ashi Krishnan
17:55 — 18:00 Closing remarks By Alex Qin
20:30 — 00:30 Soiree
Friday - September 8th
9:00 — 9:25 Coffee
9:25 — 9:30 Welcome! By Alex Qin
9:30 — 10:10 Bringing Back the 1990s: The revenge of JavaScript stylesheets By Steve Kinney
10:10 — 10:50 Rendering performance from the ground up By Martin Splitt
10:50 — 11:25 Break
11:25 — 12:05 Baremetal: SVG and ES6 By Sarah Drasner
12:05 — 12:45 Exploring the world of decentralized networks with WebRTC By Nikita Baksalyar
12:45 — 14:45 Lunch
14:45 — 15:25 Developing for the next billion By Natalie Pistunovich
15:25 — 16:05 Progressive Web Apps and the Internet of Things By Luis Montes
16:05 — 16:35 Break
16:35 — 17:15 Lightning talks
17:15 — 17:55 Fairy Lights and Web Sites By Ben Foxall
17:55 — 18:10 Closing remarks By Alex Qin
20:30 — 02:30 Soiree
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