Terrible Ideas in Git by Corey Quinn, FutureAdvisor

In this presentation at LinuxCon, Corey Quinn takes you on a magical tour through the (mis)use of Git to do things its creators never intended. 

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KEYNOTE: State of the Union: npm by Ashley Williams, npm

In this keynote, Ashley Williams, Developer Community and Content Manager, discusses how npm works as a service and shares some of the remarkable numbers associated with the registry.



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New Wireless Daemon for Linux

This presentation from Marcel Holtmann is about a new 802.11 wireless daemon for Linux. It is a lightweight daemon handling all aspects around WiFi support for Linux. It is designed with a tiny footprint for IoT use cases in mind.

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Keynote: Kubernetes: As Seen On TV by Erik St. Martin, Systems Architect, Comcast

The Kubernetes platform for dealing with applications clusters is very well suited to help Comcast update to an IP-based streaming system, said Erik St. Martin at CloudNativeCon.

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Communities Over Code: How to Build a Successful Project by Joe Brockmeier, Red Hat

Joe Brockmeier has tips for how you can build community and attract more users - which in turn, will attract more developers, make life easier, and help ensure a long life for your project.


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Keynote: State of the Union: node.js by Rod Vagg, NodeSource

During his keynote at Node.js Interactive in November, Rod Vagg, Technical Steering Committee Director at the Node.js Foundation talked about the progress that the project made during 2016.


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Embracing Failure and Learning from Our Mistakes with Effective Post Mortems by Ilan Rabinovitch

In this session, Ilan Rabinovitch discusses how Datadog runs internal postmortems from data collection to building timelines to the blameless review. You will learn about a framework you can apply right away to make postmortems more impactful in your own organizations.

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