Kod.io is a developer conference in İstanbul/Türkiye that brings people from various programming disciplines together in order to create the ideal environment to share knowledge on October 26, 2013
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Wrote his first operating system, in assembler language, for IBM in 1967. Built Turkey's first university Department of Computer Science (now closed). Likes functional programming and writing the tests before writing the program.
Creator of Ruby web framework Sinatra. He worked as Researcher, Developer and Distributed Systems Architect at Heroku. Ruby, Erlang and C programmer.
He works at Koding.com as software developer.
He is passionate about good design and development methodologies, both on the client side, and behind the curtains. He leads the talented web and mobile development team at Hipo.
He works at VNGRS as Chief Technology Officer.
Includes full-access to all sessions of the kod.io conference plus lunch and coffee/snacks
Includes full-access to all sessions of the kod.io conference along with an invitation to an exclusive after-party dinner with guest speakers following the conference.
Dinner includes, Turkish style mezze plate, starters, grilled fish as main course + drinks.
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Is there any field of human activity where theory is translated into practice more slowly than in the field of programming?
If this process was as slow for computer hardware as it is for software, computers would still occupy whole rooms.
A few examples of things we need to learn from the past.
If you don't learn Go in the next year, you'll be one more year behind what is now *the* way to quickly build manageable, simple, fast, and reliable systems. This talk will explain why.
Vagrant is a tool for building complete development environments. Some points to present:
AFNetworking is a delightful open source Objective-C framework for communicating between the client and server. Find out how it's recent 2.0 release can be used to build next-generation iOS 7 apps with real-time functionality, offline support, and background capabilities.
Developers have big challenges today. Multi-core and multi-node deployments are becoming de facto standart, demand for distributed and parallel applications is ever increasing. Users are expecting faster responses and high-availability, downtimes won't be forgiven.
To overcome those challenges, applications should be event-driven, easily scalable, much more responsive, and fault-tolerant from ground up, thus "reactive". This talk will introduce you the reactive principles.
In this talk we’ll look at the “Big 3”, AngularJS, Ember.js, and Backbone.js. We’ll compare them head to head, toe to toe. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each one. How do they handle form bindings? Talking to APIs? Code organization? Routing? Etc?
Bluetooth LE technology has been around for a few years, but with the recent introduction of the iBeacon protocol in iOS7, apps are now able to keep track of their physcial environment with very high accuracy.
In this talk, we will look at what Bluetooth LE technology offers us to communicate with peripheral devices and we will also investigate the iBeacon protocol and the ability to track device movements even when an app is not active.
Go is a general-purpose language that bridges the gap between efficient statically typed languages and productive dynamic language. But it’s not just the language that makes Go special. Go has a broad and consistent standard library and powerful but simple tools.
This talk gives a brief introduction to Go, followed by live coding of a real program to demonstrate the power, scope, and simplicity of the Go programming environment.
If you've heard of RubyMotion, chances are that you've also heard people tell you to “just learn Objective-C”. In this talk, we'll look at how RubyMotion is so much more than a way to write iOS apps in another language.
Using all the strengths of Ruby, we'll see how RubyMotion can make your code cleaner, easier to read, and more efficient.