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Engineering

A session at Turing Fest

Thursday 3rd August, 2017

9:00am to 5:00pm (GMT)

Given that we’re a conference named in honour of the father of modern computing, we’re excited to bring a standalone Engineering track back to Turing Fest. Here’s what Turing Fest offers for your tech team:

Wide focus: rather than doing a deep dive on a specific technology, we’ll cover an eclectic range of topics at a level that will prove fascinating to any engineer: from containers to remote working; architecture to design communication; scaling tech stacks to scaling human teams.

Deep expertise: we’re bringing together a lineup of world-class technologists with extensive experience at all levels of the stack, to share expertise gained at renowned tech businesses like GitHub, Heroku, Adobe and Skyscanner.

Real insight: our speakers are all focused on delivering practical, educational and unique insights for a technical audience. Turing Fest offers an unrivalled opportunity to learn and connect with peers from around the world and across disciplines.

About the speakers

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Adam Gross

CEO, Heroku

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Bryan Dove

CTO, Skyscanner

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Anna Shipman

Open Source Lead, Government Digital Service

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Snook

Author, Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS

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Maria Gutierrez

VP Engineering, FreeAgent

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Mike McQuaid

Senior Software Engineer, GitHub

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Adrian Mouat

Chief Scientist, Container Solutions

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Rob Gill

UX Manager, Perform Group

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When

Time 9:00am5:00pm GMT

Date Thu 3rd August 2017

Short URL

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Official session page

www.turingfest.com/…ering/

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Books by speaker

  • Git in Practice
  • Accelerated DOM Scripting with Ajax, APIs, and Libraries
  • The Art and Science of CSS

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