Can’t figure out which SpringOne Platform sessions to attend? I’ll help you out.

Next week is SpringOne Platform (S1P). This annual conference is where developers from around the world learn about about Spring, Cloud Foundry, and modern architecture. It’s got a great mix of tech talks, product demos, and transformational case studies. Hear from software engineers and leaders that work at companies like Pivotal, Boeing, Mastercard, Microsoft, Google, FedEx, HCSC, The Home Depot, Comcast, Accenture, and more.

If you’re attending (and you are, RIGHT?!?), how do you pick sessions from the ten tracks over three days? I helped build the program, and thought I’d point out the best talks for each type of audience member.

The “multi-cloud enthusiast”

Your future involves multiple clouds. It’s inevitable. Learn all about the tech and strategies to make it more successful.

The “bleeding-edge developer”

The vast major of S1P attendees are developers who want to learn about the hottest technologies. Here are some highlights for them.

The “enterprise change agent”

I’m blown away by the number of real case studies at this show. If you’re trying to create a lasting change at your company, these are the talks that prep you for success.

The “ambitious operations pro”

Automation doesn’t spell the end of Ops. But it does change the nature of it. These are talks that forward-thinking operations folks want to attend to learn how to build and manage future tech.

The “modern app architect”

What a fun time to be an architect! We’re expected to deliver software with exceptional availability and scale. That requires a new set of patterns. You’ll learn them in these talks.

The “curious data pro”

How we collect, process, store, and retrieve data is changing. It has to. There’s more data, in more formats, with demands for faster access. These talks get you up to speed on modern data approaches.

The “plugged-in manager”

Any engineering lead, manager, or executive is going to spend considerable time optimizing the team, not building software. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be up-to-date on what your team is working with. These talks will make you sound hip at the water cooler after the conference.

Fortunately all these sessions will be recorded and posted online. But nothing beats the in-person experience. If you haven’t bought a ticket, it’s not too late!

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Categories: .NET, Cloud, Cloud Foundry, DevOps, General Architecture, Messaging, Microservices, Microsoft Azure, Pivotal, Spring

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