יום שלישי, 19 בספטמבר 2017

Reversim Summit 2017 - Registration

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יום שני, 18 בספטמבר 2017

Summit 2016: How I learned to speak Vulcan / Michal Tirosh

I started work at Klarna four years ago, and for the first time in my life I was surrounded by developers all day long. I found myself feeling like Captain Kirk when he first met Spock.
I'll tell you a bit about working with developers from my personal perspective.
I'll share the things I've learned about you, the differences between people in HR and developers, and talk about what we can do to make our work together better.



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Summit 2016: The Subtle Dynamics Of Leading Without Authority As A Technical Lead / OREN ELLENBOGEN

Meritocracy: a political philosophy which holds that power should be vested in individuals almost exclusively according to merit.
If you're reading the above, nodding your head, wishing it was the case in your situation maybe I can help. I'd like to offer some ideas and tips for the struggles Technical Leads or Senior Engineers are facing:
How can you leverage your skills to move the organization when you don't have the authority?
What should you pay attention to when giving an advice?
What can you do to get your concrete suggestions deployed to production instead of perishing in the source control?
How should you work with your manager to plan and execute an agenda you actually believe in?



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יום רביעי, 6 בספטמבר 2017

Summit 2016: Anomaly detection in big data sets / David Gruzman

Detecting anomalies in big data sets is challenging, but rewarding. When you know to distinguish anomaly from normal - you know your data. In the presentation I will cover our, somewhat novel approach of anomaly detection in big data sets and explain both mathematical and technical difficulties applying it over big data sets. Our approach is about discovering statistical properties of the data sub-sets and finding anomaly ones based on it.



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Summit 2016: From 400 bugs to 0 in 2 weeks - What we found below the "Static Analysis hood" ... / Yonatan Maman

Static Analysis is a very effective tool to improve code quality. Integrate it into the code life cycle requires both your cultural and technical attention.
In this talk I will show horrific examples of what we have found in our code base, and the process we did taking FindBugs from a P.O.C into a one of the main pillar of our Immune System.



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יום שלישי, 5 בספטמבר 2017

Summit 2016: self.reproduce! / Inbal Galai

Ever heard of a "Quine"? A Quine is a program that reproduces itself. Basically - it takes no inout and produces its own source code as the output. Sounds tricky? Let's learn how to write one in Ruby in 5 minutes!



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Summit 2016: Can Sci-Fi movies predict the future? / Hagai Levin

Back to the Future, Star Trek, Terminator - Almost every sci-fi movie we grew up on presented some slick futuristic technology. But while some of these films turned out to be successful predictors of the future, others missed miserably.
From hoverboards and tablets to telleporters and time travel - Which technologies were successfully predicted? Which movies shamefully failed? And what can we learn from it all?



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