SESSIONS

CREATED AND CURATED BY LEADING COMMUNITY DEVELOPERS

Index – San Francisco offers 8 tracks with over 100 sessions. Get caught up before you get passed by.

FEATURED SESSIONS

Moving 75,000 Microsofties to DevOps on the Public Cloud

Sam Guckenheimer
Product Owner, Visual Studio Team Services | Microsoft

Getting out of the Bubble with Global Developer Communities

Bear Douglas
Developer Advocacy Lead | Slack

Design Patterns with Kotlin

Murat Yener
Technical Solutions Engineer | Google

How to Use Java Streams to Access Existing Data with Ultra-Low Latency

Per Minborg
CTO | Speedment

Multi-Repo, Multi-Node Gating at Massive Scale

Monty Taylor
Member of Technical Staff | Red Hat

Node.js: What’s Next

Michael Dawson
Node.js Community Lead | IBM

THE PROGRAM

INDEX IS_

Open.

Content curated by panels of independent domain experts from organizations such as Amazon, Spotify, IBM, GoDaddy and more.

Leaders.

Only proven technical leaders speak, offering immediately applicable practical guidance.

Code.

In every session, and available on GitHub.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

KEYNOTES

Open Innovation

Open source software has become a part of every modern computing system. New economies are being created from open source projects. Harvesting shared innovation is essential to remaining competitive in today’s markets. Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation will share his perspective on building sustainable open source projects that advance the next generation modern computing.

Jim Zemlin

Executive Director, Linux Foundation

Cyborgs Unite!

With a heart device implanted in her body, Karen Sandler, Executive Director of the Software Freedom Conservancy, personally understands the critical choices about embedded software. Karen will touch on potential avenues for accountability, transparency, and access to remedies in a world of connected devices built on proprietary source code.

Karen Sandler

Executive Director, Software Freedom Conservancy

Perspectives on AI

Advances in AI, powered by new machine learning, accelerated by faster computing and fueled by data enrich many aspects of our day to day lives. These advances raise questions about the trustworthiness, fairness and the influences of AI on people and society. A panel of leading AI experts from Amazon, Google, IBM and Facebook will explore the many technical and social implications of AI on our daily lives.

A panel of experts from leading AI organizations including Google, Facebook, Amazon and IBM.

Going to Market

What does it take to make it in the business world and successfully turn an idea into a product or service? This session lead by a pioneer in the venture capital space will examine the challenges, opportunities and considerations for bringing technology to market in today’s dynamic and volatile marketplace, from securing risk capital and finding exploitable technology, to best practices for startup incubation.

THE VENUE

MOSCONE WEST

747 Howard St
San Francisco, CA