NDC Oslo 2016 in a Nutshell

I had the privilege to attend NDC Oslo 2016 as a speaker this year. It was a fabulous experience. With this post, I want to share my talk and the list of sessions that grabbed my attention.
2016-06-25 12:03
Tugberk Ugurlu


As I blogged earlier, I had the privilege to attend NDC Oslo 2016 as a speaker this year. It was a fabulous experience and I took a different approach at NDC Oslo this year and rather than improving my existing knowledge, I decided to take different perspective on problems. There were really a few areas I wanted to get more information on from the World class experts:

  • Machine Learning
  • Functional Programming
  • Containerization
  • Soft Skills

Of course, this is NDC and you have people like Mark Rendle and Rob Conery. So, it was inevitable that I ended up at sessions which were just fun :) Nevertheless, it was pretty useful 3 days for me at the conference and it feels like I achieved my end goal.

Sessions

2016-06-08 09.04.02

One other amazing aspect of NDC Conferences is that all of the talks are being recorded and nearly all of those recordings are now up on Vimeo for public consumption :)

Here is the list of sessions I had a chance to attend in person:

All of them were really helpful and gave me a different perspective on the topics. Aside from those sessions, here are the talks that I really wanted to attend but I couldn't + I will definitely watch:

The schedule was full of amazing talks as you can see and there are also some other talks that seem interesting but I will probably not have time to look at:

My Session

At the conference I gave a talk on Zero Downtime Deployments. I tried to give useful and practical guidance based on my true experiences. I hope it was useful for everyone attended the talk. The recording video of my talk is also available now.

Getting Into the Zero Downtime Deployment World - Tugberk Ugurlu from NDC Conferences on Vimeo.

The slides of the talk is also available under my Speakerdeck account.

Finally, you can find the demo sample I used in my talk to simulate a zero-downtime deployment process under my GitHub account. It also has great instructions on how to run the sample. So, definitely give it a go.

demo-0



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