The conference is evil. Or is it good ?.

All greetings, good and warm tea.
 
 
Due to his professional activity (the main engineer is my hobby, I am engaged in marketing), will not be free will, but you will follow all conferences, mitapes, forums and other clever words describing a one-time congestion of a heap of people.
 
 
It seemed, well, the conference, and what? And there is such a tendency that a variety of professional events that can be of interest to the developer /marketer /teamlid, etc. a month passes so many that the weekend is not visible. And in consequence a natural question arises: who needs it, who needs it? Let's understand.
 
 
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Very Special Event: how we watched the presentation of Apple and what we think about it

Very Special Event: how we watched the presentation of Apple and what we think about itFrom the presentation of Apple, which was due on Sept. 1? nothing much was expected: three new iPhone models and a new version of Apple Watch - they knew about these new products in advance. Nevertheless, we in Avito could not miss this event. When a couple of days before the Very Special Event, we realized that a company of those who did not want to watch the broadcast on their own was formed, then they decided to invite our friends - iOS developers from other companies. View the event together, discuss new items (and how they affect the development of applications for iOS), eat shaurma, drink ...
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"Kubernetes in all fields!" - an interview with the program committee of the conference DevOops

"Kubernetes in all fields!" - an interview with the program committee of the conference DevOopsPreviously, the docker was a cool, youthful thing in itself. And then somehow the docker stopped being interesting: he just is, he is at everyone and in everything. On it all the micro services, Kubernetes, devops - anything. At the same time, people drag the containers into their mouth whence they do not get. They often do not even know what lies inside.
 
 
What is now interesting for DevOps engineers? The team of superheroes - the program committee of the DevOops conference - fell into a diabolical trap in Hangouts and answered the questions for an hour. (Who are all these people - see ...
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Digital events in Moscow from 17 to 23 September

A selection of key events in Moscow for a week.
 
Digital events in Moscow from 17 to 23 September
 
Hacking the ~ flow ~ MeetUp
 
 
September 17 (Monday)
 
Presnenskaya embankment 6c2
 
500 r.
 
On the next Monday, in a very situating atmosphere of Atmosfera Private Fitrness on the last floor of the Empire Tower, we'll talk about how to "hack" its own motivation and productivity. This is a conversation for those who want to become radically better here and now, who are looking for their own combination of approaches and tools in the way of life, physical activity, nutrition and training of cognitive abilities.
 
 
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Debugging as a

process. <{full}>
There is an opinion that the development takes about 10% of the time, and debugging - 90%. Perhaps this statement is exaggerated, but any developer agrees that debugging is an extremely resource-intensive process, especially in large multithreaded systems.
 
 
Thus, optimization and systematization of the debugging process can bring significant benefits in the form of saved man-hours, increasing the speed of problem solving and, in the end, increasing the loyalty of your users.
 
 
Debugging as a  
 
Sergey Shchegrikovich
(dotmailer) at the conference
DotNext 2018 Piter
suggested looking at debugging as a process ...
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From Kotlin to the Goblin: how was TechTrain

From Kotlin to the Goblin: how was TechTrain  
 
Arranging the IT-festival TechTrain, we ourselves did not fully understand how it will turn out. Of course, we knew what the reports will be about and what the stands will be. But when you gather to a completely new event 2000 IT people with completely different background, you can get some answers only in practice. What will people like the most? What will be the main problem? Will people who write code in different languages ​​find a common language?
 
 
Now TechTrain has been a week, during this time we collected feedback and laid out pictures ...
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Conference DEFCON 22. Andrew "Zoz" Brooks. Do not screw up! Part 1

So, our topic today is disobedience and disobedience. Disobedience is what makes hackers the way we are. Our lesson is to use things in such a way that they are not intended or that are not allowed. Sometimes the best way to show that some things can be done better is to break the rules. But there is a greater way - the violation of unjust laws.
 
 
Henry Thoreau wrote in his essay Civil Disobedience: "Unjust laws exist, whether we obediently obey them, or try to change them, while continuing to obey them, or violate them immediately"?
 
 
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"Saint" Timlid and his followers

"Saint" Timlid and his followersUp to Saint TeamLead Conf , the conference about pain timlida, there are two weeks. In this conference, we no longer wanted to simply identify as many problems as possible, but wanted to reveal each topic from different points of view. We are with the program committee, based in part on the February TeamLead Conf, gathered together all the main activities of Timlide (let's not forget that for the time being everyone is investing in this role differently). The obtained was generalized, structured and used as bricks for building the program: communication; measurement and evaluation; ...
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Conference DEFCON 16. Fedor, hacker InSecure.org. NMAP Scanning Internet

Conference DEFCON 16. Fedor, hacker InSecure.org. NMAP Scanning InternetGood afternoon, my name is Fedor, I'm from InSecure.org and I am the author of the security scanner project Nmap , released in 1997. I would like to thank everyone who came here, and myself Defcon For the fact that they invited me here. I'm a big fan of such conferences, where people can come who have a real passion for amateur technologies, but do not have companies that are willing to pay thousands of dollars for a ticket.
 
 
I want to warn you that this is not a conversation about how to conduct cross-site scripting attacks on social networks or how to hack channels ...
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DEFCON 17. Hacking 40?000 passwords, or how to explain to your roommate why the electricity bill has increased. Part 1

DEFCON 17. Hacking 40?000 passwords, or how to explain to your roommate why the electricity bill has increased. Part 1I welcome all and thank you for making my presentation complete the DEFCON conference this year. I really appreciate it and will try not to disappoint you. My name is Matt Uyr, I am a graduate student at the University of Florida. Before we start talking about hacking passwords, I want to say that I'm working with a very good team, and to name its members right now. This is my supervisor, Professor, Dr. Sidir Eggrvol, who put his hand to my presentation and Professor Breno de Medeiros. I would also like to thank the National Institute of Justice and the National Center for Criminal Research "White ...
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