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YOW! Singapore is going ONLINE for September 2020 – of course you can join us from anywhere, but on the 4th of September we’ll be in your time zone, Singapore! Your ticket will also get you access to our online conference on 10 & 11 September – see your favourite talks again or catch up on any that you missed.

Watch great talks from Brendan Gregg, Jessica Kerr, Kevlin Henney, Linda Rising, Jim Webber, Adam Tornhill and Jez Humble online from the comfort of your laptop, be it at home or at work. Talks will be delivered live and after each session, we’ll head over to the conference Slack workspace where you can participate in an interactive Q&A with the speaker, chat about the last talk, visit our partner channels or network in the #hallway-track.

Our goal, as always, is to provide you access to the cutting edge in software technology, practices, and tools to help you whatever your role as a software professional… so even if we can’t all get together face to face, you can still network, meet the experts and hone your skills all in one event!

Keynotes

Speeding Up Innovation

  • Adrian
    Cockcroft
    VP Cloud Architecture Strategy
    AWS

3X: Explore / Expand / Extract

  • Kent
    Beck
    Author
    Extreme Programming

Speakers

When citizen experience meets OpsTech in Service Journey

  • Eyung
    Lim
    Director of Government Digital Services Division
    Government Technology Agency of Singapore

Architects live in the first derivative

  • Gregor
    Hohpe
    Fellow
    Singapore Smart Nation

Interaction Protocols: It's All About Good Manners

  • Martin
    Thompson
    High-Performance Computing Specialist
    Real Logic

Workshops

Workshop - Cloud Native Architecture - Words of Experience, Bits of Advice

  • Adrian
    Cockcroft
    VP Cloud Architecture Strategy
    AWS

Workshop - Microservice Architecture Essentials

  • Chris
    Richardson
    Software architect
    Eventuate.io

Workshop - High-Performance Messaging & Services with Aeron

  • Martin
    Thompson
    High-Performance Computing Specialist
    Real Logic
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