I T.A.K.E. Unconference, 8th edition: Slides & Photos

May 13, 2020 by Alexandru Bolboaca in  Blog

Thank you to everyone who made the 8th edition of I T.A.K.E. Unconference amazing: Keynotes, Speakers, Partners, Participants, Team! Let’s keep on Raising the Bar by Challenging Ourselves.

Here’s a short recap of this edition, with the corresponding slides (to be updated)

Lemi Orhan Ergin10 Faulty Behaviours of Code Review
Alex Bolboaca – Deliberate Practice Formats and Patterns
Carlos Blé – Refactoring to Value Objects to get rid of the Primitive Obsession
Michael Feathers – Unit Testing and Modularity
Emily BacheApproval testing
Xavier DetantNot-so-serious games for serious work
Rebecca Wirfs-BrockGrow Your Personal Design Heuristics

Get a feeling of the 8th edition from our photos on Facebook.

Interested in what’s next at #itakeunconf? Drop us a line and you’ll be the first to know when registrations for the 9th edition will be opened.

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Meet Andrey Adamovich, Keynote @ I T.A.K.E. Unconference

Mar 18, 2020

Andrey Adamovich is a software craftsman with many years of experience in different lifecycle phases of software creation. His latest focus is on implementing DevOps initiatives in companies all over Europe as well as delivers training sessions on Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery, principles of DevOps and Software Delivery Automation tools.

Andrey’s love is JVM ecosystem. In recent years, he’s been trying to apply JVM goodness to DevOps initiatives, which his company is implementing for several clients. He co-author of Groovy 2 Cookbook as well as a frequent speaker at local communities and conferences and one of the leaders of LatCraft – Latvian Software Craftsmanship Community as well as co-founder and organizer of DevTernity conference.

With an experience of over fifteen years of professional software design and development in a variety of industries, he has a great deal of programming language and technology know-how. Over the past three years, he has specialized in software delivery process automation, DevOps, and performance-oriented software architecture.

He is passionate about defining good development practices, documenting and presenting architecture, reuse of code and design patterns, profiling, and analysis of application performance as well as extreme automation of development and operations activities.

Another of Andrey’s passions is teaching software automation practices and tooling. His DevOps MasterClass (eXtreme Automation) course has been delivered more than 50 times in various locations in Europe: Austria, Sweden, Denmark, UK, Romania, Estonia, Latvia. Andrey is also a co-founder of DevChampions training center.

At the moment, Andrey works as a DevOps consultant offering his expertise in implementing DevOps initiatives, selecting automation tooling, switching to infrastructure-as-code and immutable infrastructure and constructing software delivery pipelines.

Curious to hear one of Andrey’s latest talks? Join us on the 7th of April at the 7th edition of I T.A.K.E. Unconference.

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I T.A.K.E. Unconference 2020 Slides & Photos

Apr 08, 2020

Thank you all for being part of the 7th edition of I T.A.K.E. Unconference.

 

Want to see more photos? Check our Facebook page here.

 

We are now planning the 8th edition!

 

Also, the slides from the presentations are below:
Andrey AdamovichServerless Architectures
Alexandru Bolboaca – Applying Design Principles to Microservices
Armagan AmcalarFive rules of Microservices
Coralia PopaArchitecture evolution from amorphous monolith application to a modular, cloud ready platform
Khaled SoufNobody told me about that: Chronicles about implementing Microservice Architecture
Joe Yoder – Fundamental IDEALS and Domain Driven Design (DDD) for Modelling Modern Service-Based systems (Microservices)

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Meet Michael Feathers, Keynote @ I T.A.K.E. Unconference

May 06, 2020

 “For as long as I can remember, I’ve been interested in why things are the way that they are. Over time, that intense curiosity has driven me to learn as much as I can about object orientation and software development in general. I like to find out what works, and what doesn’t and tell people about the boundary conditions.

Michael Feathers is the Founder and Director of R7K Research & Conveyance, a company specializing in software and organization design.
Over the past 20 years, he has consulted with hundreds of organizations, supporting them with general software design issues, process change, and code revitalization.

Prior to that, he was the Chief Scientist of Obtiva and a Senior Consultant with Object Mentor International. Later on, he became a Member of the Technical Staff at Groupon.

Michael introduced a definition of legacy code as code without tests, which reflects the perspective of legacy code being difficult to work with in part due to a lack of automated regression tests. He also defined characterization tests to start putting legacy code under test. 

Over the years, Michael has spent a great deal of time helping teams after design over time in code bases.

A frequent presenter at national and international conferences, Michael is the author of the book Working Effectively with Legacy Code (Prentice Hall, 2004) and also has written a tool that creates FeatureDiagrams for Java classes.

Curious to hear one of Michael’s latest talks? Join us on the 12th of May at the 8th edition of I T.A.K.E. Unconference.

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