Here is a link https://github.com/jimbojsb/launchrocket
Here is a great article on calculation of availability of a system http://www.eventhelix.com/RealtimeMantra/FaultHandling/system_reliability_availability.htm
It sounds like a new way of speeding up of build life cycle https://martinfowler.com/articles/rise-test-impact-analysis.html
Here is a great article with list of tips to tune Java persistence https://vladmihalcea.com/2016/06/28/14-high-performance-java-persistence-tips/
There were already a several years I’m practicing to work standing at least several hours a day. I used to approach this differently starting from simply putting boxes on top of a table. Another approach I was using is to have a special stand made in country where everything currently is made. I also had an attempt to build a self-rising table with linear motors. But all mentioned solutions were not kind of fit what I really would like to have.
So finally I’ve got a link to product from stiystil.com.ua and decided to try. So now I’m pretty confident this is what I need, I do not have to change my workplace set up, all I need is to put a stand on top of a table and I have a really easy to use standing/sitting desk. One more point is it really looks nice and quite convenient for day-to-day usage.
And finally here is an evidence:
First of all thanks to organizers for such a great event and especially for the ability to free and almost instantly to access session recordings.
Here are some my takeaways to deep dive further.
The most interesting theme for me was attention to security, this topic was important and is becoming more and more important nowadays. So there are several related sessions to check out:
There was also huge attention to data streaming and related architectures
One more important point of software development is documentation and there was also attention to it:
Here is a link Intro to RxJava