This year I had the possibility of choosing among good talks with calm and it paid off honestly…
On the organisational side, I have to say it got worse… food was extremely below the expectations, I really can’t find the match for a (not-so-little) paid event. Moreover, staff at the room corners seem to know nothing about organisation matters and I was a bit astonished.
Anyway, I can say a little about the talks…
Building Stateful Clustered Microservices with Actors and Kubernetes – Hugh McKee
I couldn’t attend the whole talk, but I found it very interesting, since I don’t have a deep knowledge of Akka, while I obviously knew Kubernetes, so the application was very attractive.
Java Migrating to 11 in real app – Poitr Przyby
This talk seemed a bit sciolistic but… the guy was a good performer!
It could be boring to hear a long list of a language features, which are changing from a major release to another, so the speaker should entertain the audience and keep it awaken 🙂
Deploying Go Functions – Julien Bisconti
I didn’t appreciate very much this talk, because the actual part I wanted to see at work – the FaaS deploy system – has not actually been showed more than twice and very slightly.
Combining Serverless Continuous Delivery with ChatOps – Viktor Farcic
He simply worths the ticket.
I didn’t really want to attend CodEmotion this year, but when I saw that there was Viktor – an amazing person I knew in Amtersdam, attending a CloudBees course – I changed my mind.
He showed the present and the future of Jenkins X, a promising project which is evolving under the hood and it will change the way we look at CI/CD with the Jenkins family (actually it’s not Jenkins anymore!)
The Life of a Packet Through Istio – Matt Turner
An illuminating talk that showed the Istio components and how they manage the east-west networking inside a kubernetes cluster