Sep 22: DevNation Day 2021

We hope you enjoyed DevNation Day, a free, all-day immersive virtual experience created to bring you the most exciting developer and technology updates. It covered five topics areas: Kubernetes/OpenShift, JavaScript, Python, and Java.

We heard from Red Hat Developer experts as well as leaders from across a number of companies and industries, including IBM, Oracle, and more. Check out the videos to stay up-to-date on the latest technologies from the comfort of your own desk!

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Original air time Session name
 9:05 - 9:40 (EDT)

Kubernetes Cats or Dogs? Integrate Intelligence in your Apps

 Sophie Watson, Chris Chase, Red Hat

 9:40 - 10:15 (EDT)

Kubernetes Cloud-Native Kafka and Video Game Telemetry

 Evan Shortiss, Red Hat

 10:15 - 10:50 (EDT)

Kubernetes 5 Things You Don't Know About Data Science for Developers

 Sophie Watson, Red Hat

 10:50 - 11:25 (EDT)

Kubernetes Quarkus - Become a superhero!

 Clement Escoffier, Red Hat

 11:25 - 12:00 (EDT)

Kubernetes Ansiblizing the deployment of Smart City Edge-to-Core Machine Learning Solution on OpenShift/k8s

 Karan Singh, Red Hat

 12:05 - 12:40 (EDT)

JavaScript Consuming new Node.js observability features in Kubernetes environments

 Lukas Holmquist, Red Hat

Python Resolving problems in Python dependencies

 Fridolin Pokorny, Red Hat

Java Exploring stateful microservices in the cloud-native world

 Mary Grygleski, IBM

 12:40 - 13:15 (EDT)

JavaScript Why Fastify (coming soon)

 Matteo Collina, NearForm

Python Event-driven applications: Apache Kafka and Python

 Francesco Tisiot, Aiven

Java Framework agnostic REST API testing

 Ixchel Ruiz, Karakun AG

 13:15 - 13:50 (EDT)

JavaScript Containerize / deploy your Node.js app using best practices and IBM Cloud Code Engine

 John Walicki, IBM

Python How decorators function in Python

 Andy Knight, PrecisionLender at Q2

Java Algebraic in Java: Pattern Matching 

 Chandra Guntur, BNY Mellon

 13:50 - 14:25 (EDT)

JavaScript Node.js core APIs

Gireesh Punathil, Node.js TSC

Python Narrative-focused video games development with Ren'Py an open source engine

 Susan Shu Chang, Quill Game Studios

Java To Java 17 and beyond!

 Billy Korando, Oracle