Talk

List of Events

Here is a list of event, includes speaker session and other intermediate slots (e.g. lunch):

Julia -- Looks like Python, feels like Lisp, runs like C/Fortran

Julia is a fast, dynamic, open source, easy to use programming language, designed to solve the two-language problem. It provides ease in both syntax and speed, and adopts multiple dispatch as its paradigm. In this talk, we will give an overview of the strengths and applications of Julia, as well as cover its basic syntax. Through a short live coding demonstration and text game AI with the Flux.jl package, we will demonstrate Julia's ease of use and comprehensive support for Machine Learning and Scientific Computing.

OAO - User Orientation Cloud Architecture for the Pi

I will be introducing a new open source project written by myself for 4 years named "Open ArOZ Online" (OAO), which is a light weight user orientated cloud architecture for the Raspberry Pi series. It support IoT functionality, media streaming and more with an easy to use Web Desktop User Interface just like a normal operating system. Expected to be completed and release on Github in late April to early May. This talk will be a quick introduction to such a system, a quick hand-on tutorial and basic introduction on the architecture of the system modular design framework.

Open by default: trying to run a startup with open source culture in mind

We all love open source software and open culture, and of course we all want to contribute to and leverage the power of open source in our work. However when it comes to working in a startup, openness is often sacrificed to give way to work efficiency and business logic. In this talk I will talk about some of my experience(and failures) to be open source, and how our company is trying to be open by default without too much efficiency overhead.

LibreOffice: the current status of the most powerful OSS office suite

LibreOffice is a successor of OpenOffice.org and full-featured open-source office software. It is a large application written in 9 million lines of C ++, with an estimated 200 million users worldwide.  It has been known as a desktop application, but for resenting years the "online" version, which allows edit documents via modern web browsers, has also be developed, and mobile versions will also be available soon.

How to build an online learning platform that engages and educates students at scale with Amazon Kendra, Amazon Comprehend, Amazon Translate,and more.

Problem

To be honest, none of the online teaching solution meets the real need of running online lab session. All existing online teaching solutions are just for online meeting or one direction broadcast! Teachers are 100% no way to know your students are really working on their exercise at home or they are just open the online meeting apps, and then doing other stuff!

ZFS

Watch Trouble present a three-day workshop on ZFS in however little time the conference organisers were willing to allocate for it! 

We'll cover topics from filesystem reliability over snapshots and volume management to future directions in ZFS.

Service mesh on OpenShift

The term service mesh is used to describe the network of microservices that make up such applications and the interactions between them. As a service mesh grows in size and complexity, it can become harder to understand and manage. Its requirements can include traffic management, observability, policy enforcement, service identity and security.

In this session, we will take a look at Istio and how it provides behavioral insights and operational control over the service mesh as a whole, offering a complete solution to satisfy the diverse requirements of microservice applications.