Code PaLOUsa is a software development conference designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of technology stack. The conference schedule features presentations from well-known professionals in the software development community. This is the tenth year for Code PaLOUsa 2020 and it takes more than a global pandemic to stop this event. We cannot meet in person, but we can meet online and they are building an amazing experience that will come as close as possible as replicating the in-person experience online – with some benefits they couldn’t provide in the past.
Learn to build and deploy cloud-native Node.js applications on Kubernetes and OpenShift through a series of hands-on lab examples. This interactive session involves using kubectl, oc, curl, and common command-line tools to interact with Kubernetes APIs. By the end of this lab, you’ll be deploying, scaling, and automating JS-based distributed solutions using containers, Kubernetes, and other popular open source tools for distributed computing. These examples are designed to show JS developers how to maintain speed and productivity with a container-based development workflow.
August 19, from 1:30pm - 4:30pm ET
The end is nigh. Your application is almost ready and you will need to deploy it. And with the deployment, the endless tweaking to actually get everything running in a production environment. If only there was a way to test everything in that environment first… This is where containers will come in to save the day. With container, you not only run your code in an environment similar to the production server, it is the production environment. In this talk, the attendees will learn about how to create container friendly applications, how to use containers to share their code with their team and finally, how to use those same containers to deploy to a production server with very little efforts.
August 21, from 11:00am - 12:00pm ET
The Web evolves quickly. We are far away from the days of Marquees and Blink. But learning the latest features of the latest ECMAScript implementation or the newest PHP framework isn’t everything. New Web APIs are constantly added to the browser. Did you know that your browser can process audio feeds, that it can connect to Bluetooth devices, or that it can send you notifications? Vendors are extending the capabilities of browsers more and more, especially for mobile devices. In this talk, attendees will learn some of the latest features available in their browsers right now and some that will be available in the very near future.
August 21, from 1:30pm - 2:30pm ET