Lorna is based in Yorkshire, UK; she is a Developer Advocate at Aiven as well as a published author and experienced conference speaker. She brings her technical expertise on a range of topics to audiences all over the world with her writing and speaking engagements. Lorna has a strong background in open source, and a passion is for better Developer Experiences for developers everywhere. You can find out more about Lorna on her website https://lornajane.net.
A Meritocracy of Pull Requests
If pull requests are how developers communicate, then this is your conversation class. Come for tips on creating acceptable pull requests and only accepting the good ones.
To be polyglot is to be a true citizen of the software world; to accrue and apply skills beyond the technologies you use in your day-to-day activities. With these tips for approaching new tools an...
Dancing with APIs and Webhooks
Get your data-filled HTTP calls right whether they are outgoing to APIs or microservices, or incoming as webhooks. This session has all the terminology you need and pragmatic advice on when to use ...
Get to Know Guzzle
Come along for a tour of one of the world's finest PHP packages - you're probably already using it!
Introduction to OAS
OAS (the successor to Swagger) is a machine- and human-readable way of describing your APIS. From OAS, you can generate documentation, code and an abundance of other Good Things (TM).
The Meaning of Multicloud
Can you even multicloud? Do you want to? This session covers what multicloud even means, and how you can get there. Also when you might, or might not, want to.
Web Developer's HTTP Toolbox
HTTP is the wiring of the web. Learn about it and the tools you need to win at HTTP-enabled applications of all kinds.
Working with Webhooks
We use webhooks to have our applications exchange data as soon as it happens, rather than polling using APIs. This session covers creating, consuming and deploying webhooks in a modern, microservi...
Your README is Your Documentation Landing Page
You can write the best, most structured documentation in the world - and your users will still arrive by some other route. This session focuses on the GitHub repos that your documentation reference...