Nov. 3, 2022 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
DevFest 2022 - Agenda:
04:00 PM — 04:10 PM Welcome
04:10 PM — 04:25 PM Keynote - How to build a career in cloud by Priyanka Vergadia Lead Developer Advocate Google Cloud
This talk will focus on the evolution of cloud, where it's headed in the next few years and steps to build a sustainable career in cloud.
04:25 PM — 04:30 PM Break
04:30 PM — 04:45 PM Women Techmakers Panel: Gender Inclusion in Tech
Panelists Janine Lee and Sherry Yang will be discussing their experiences as women and leaders in the tech industry, how to be a better ally for women and minorities in tech, and how to create opportunity pipelines for women, including gender-inclusive interviewing and hiring practices. Moderated by Chryssa Jones.
Sherry Yang - Engineering Team Lead | WTM Ambassador - Adaptavist
Chryssa Jones - Director of Curriculum - Nucamp
Janine Lee - Global Learning and Development Manager - Google
04:45 PM — 04:50 PM Break
04:50 PM — 05:10 PM State of Angular or Mobile with the Modern Web - Mark Thompson Developer Relations Engineer, Google, Angular Core Team - Google
04:50 PM — 05:10 PM Using Cloud Storage to reduce Google Workspace license costs by Mark Johnson - Solutions Architect and Google Cloud Trainer - Learn.Grow.Deploy, LLC
I will demo how you can backup data from Workspace into Google Cloud Storage
05:10 PM — 05:15 PM Break
05:15 PM — 05:35 PM A survey of the state of the art in language models for code by Daniel Goncharov - Google Developer Expert in ML
Large language models trained on code have shown very promising results! This talk will cover what work is being done by the research community in this area. An overview of the state-of-the-art in this area, as well as recent work done by DeepMind, Google Research, Meta, OpenAI, and Microsoft Research will be presented.
05:15 PM — 05:35 PM Lit CSS is Super-powered - Justin Fagnani - Software Engineer - Google
05:35 PM — 05:40 PM Break
05:40 PM — 06:00 PM An intro to GRPC with Go - Easwar Swaminathan - Software Engineer - Google
A gentle introduction to gRPC, beginning with underlying concepts and ending with a couple of demos.
05:40 PM — 06:00 PM Similarity-based machine learning - Hannes Hapke - Machine Learning Engineer - Digits
In this talk, Hannes Hapke, lead machine learning engineer from Digits introduces similarity based machine learning. He’ll explain how Digits is using similarity learning to build the next generation of finance tools. Hannes shares the team’s learning about the implementation, training, deployment, production aspects and how the team integrated the product end-to-end with Google Cloud.
06:00 PM — 06:05 PM Break
06:05 PM — 06:25 PM Generative Art & Design with TensorFlow - Margaret Maynard-Reid - ML Engineer
This talk provides an introduction of how AI can be used to assist and inspire the artists and designers in their creative space. You will also learn how to use advanced features of TensorFlow 2.x, Keras and TensorFlow Lite to train and deploy models to applications. This talk is for anyone: data scientists, ML engineers, artists or designers who are interested in applying deep learning models for generative art & design. Topics covered: - Generative art and design - TensorFlow 2.x and Keras - TensorFlow Lite and on-device ML
06:05 PM — 06:25 PM Chrome Extensions - Chrome Developer Relations (Extensions) - Google
Learn how to build extensions for Google Chrome
06:25 PM — 06:30 PM Break
06:30 PM — 06:50 PM Real-time Machine Learning - Chloe He - Founder Engineer - Claypot AI
What is real-time machine learning, the state of real-time machine learning, its infrastructural challenges, and possible solutions.
06:30 PM — 06:50 PM Simplifying Angular with Standalone Components - Jessica Janiuk - Sr. Software Engineer - Google
Angular now has Standalone Components, and this back to the future themed talk will teach you all about how they work.
06:50 PM — 07:55 PM Wrap up & Giveaways