13:40 - 14:40 (UTC+02)
Talk (60 min)
Lightning talks (approx 10-15 minutes each)
Talk 1: Look ma, no hands! - How to program without using your hands - Peder Voldnes Langdal
Have you ever wondered how to answer an email, surf online, or even program without using your hands? Probably not, but did you just become a bit curious? Due to a juicy inflammation in my elbow I had to find the answers to these questions, and now I want to show you what I learnt. I will show you voice commands, voice coding and eye tracking, and use these to create a simple little web app on stage. You do not need to know programming to enjoy this talk. P.S: This text is written without a mouse and keyboard.
Talk 2: How to Manage your Ducks: Being a More Sustainable You - Amy Kapernick
Ever feel like everything's a struggle? Like you're constantly overwhelmed by life? While we can endure it and pull through, this is hardly sustainable. Sometimes, it's just too ducking hard.
We've all been there. Thankfully, there are simple things you can do to not only reduce the stress factors, but sometimes eliminate them altogether.
Join me to learn about setting (and sticking) to your boundaries, identifying which worries help and which ones harm, and most importantly, how to manage your ducks. These are personally vetted, tried and tested steps for being a more sustainable you.
Talk 3: Death to Test Environments - Nikolai Norman Andersen
A validated, stable and usable environment to execute test scenarios and replicate bugs, or a wasteful effort that will never be able to replicate production data or usage patterns? Have the use of test environments gone to far, or are we just doing it wrong? Let's have a look at some normal ways of utilizing test environments and some changes we can do to get more value out of them. Maybe we'll decide we don't need one at all!
Talk 4: Betting the company on Clojure - Erik Assum