Schedule


Event Schedule

sunday - 19/06/2022 - Main Conference - Sela House

09:00 - 16:00

Workshops

#MachineLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers
Jeff Prosise
Machine Learning for Engineers and Software Developers - 1 of 2 days
Level: 200, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

Machine learning expands the boundaries of what's possible by letting software accomplish tasks that can't be accomplished algorithmically. In this 2-day hands-on workshop, learn the fundamentals of machine learning from a software developer's perspective and learn how to use it to build and operationalize sophisticated predictive models. You'll learn about clustering, regression, classification, Support Vector Machines, Principal Component Analysis, recommender systems, and more, and you'll do it with Scikit-learn, the world's most popular machine-learning library. You'll also see examples of machine learning in action, train models of your own to perform tasks such as facial recognition and fraud detection, and go away with lots of sample code to kick-start your next project. * Introduction to Machine Learning || Regression Models || Classification Models || Text Classification || Support-Vector Machines || Principal Component Analysis || Operationalizing Machine-Learning Models

Location:Sela House

Target audience: Developers

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#MachineLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers

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Roy Pearl
Applied Creative Programming
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 16:00

Creative programming is an important part in the world of gamification. In today's overwhelming veriety of apps and websites, creative user-interfaces really shine, in their ability to visually mimic phenomenon's from the real world. In this workshop we'll focus on some aspects of creative programming, learn how to code them using some popular open-source libraries, and apply them to our every day's user interfaces. Main Topics: 3D development with WebGL and Three.js || Advanced scrolling: Parallax, Scrolling FX || Advanced SVG || Advanced CSS || Attractive UI with essential gaming physics || Bonus (If time makes it possible): Advanced audio (Web Audio API)

Location:Sela House

Target audience: Frontend Developers, Product Managers, Technical-Creative Personas

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prerequisites: Javascript

David Melnik
Full Stack in Python - From Zero to Hero - 1 of 2 days
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 16:00

Learn and practice creating a full stack solution from zero.

Location:Sela House

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prerequisites: Some experience with programming in any language

Dr. Florian Rappl
Micro Frontends - From Zero to Hero (on-line workshop) - 1 of 2 days
Level: 200, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

In the recent years web applications have drastically grown in size. Nowadays multiple teams and developers are working on the frontend alone. Quite often, this leads to communication and alignment issues together with longer times to market. A fresh alternative is the pattern of micro frontends. In this architecture paradigm multiple teams can work on a large application independently. The workshop covers the whole life cycle of micro frontends, from the initial architecture decisions to maintenance. Importantly, our main goal is to create loosely coupled micro frontends which can be scaled indefinitely. Our main focus points will be developer experience and reliability. In this workshop you'll learn how micro frontend applications can be designed and implemented. You'll see what possible directions can be taken and where additional attention to detail is required. At the end of the workshop, you've built your own micro frontend solution and obtained first-hand experience in doing a proper domain decomposition to identify suitable micro frontends. You'll have a fundamental understanding of essential tools incl. modern frameworks and tools to create and orchestrate micro frontends. * Block 1 - Architectures: 1.Web Approach; 2. Server-Side Composition; 3. Client-Side Composition; 4. Siteless UIs || Block 2 - Tooling for SPA Micro Frontends: 1. Web Components; 2. Single SPA; 3. Module Federation; 4. Piral || Block 3 - Modularization: 1. Domain Decomposition; 2. Dependency Graphs; 3. Technical vs Functional Modules; 4. UX Scaling || Block 4 - Development Concerns: 1. App Shell Model; 2. Emulator Distribution; 3. Documentation Aggregation; 4. E2E Testing

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monday - 20/06/2022 - Main Conference - Sela House

09:00 - 16:00

Workshops

#MachineLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers
Jeff Prosise
Machine Learning for Engineers and Software Developers - 2 of 2 days
Level: 200, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

Machine learning expands the boundaries of what's possible by letting software accomplish tasks that can't be accomplished algorithmically. In this 2-day hands-on workshop, learn the fundamentals of machine learning from a software developer's perspective and learn how to use it to build and operationalize sophisticated predictive models. You'll learn about clustering, regression, classification, Support Vector Machines, Principal Component Analysis, recommender systems, and more, and you'll do it with Scikit-learn, the world's most popular machine-learning library. You'll also see examples of machine learning in action, train models of your own to perform tasks such as facial recognition and fraud detection, and go away with lots of sample code to kick-start your next project. * Introduction to Machine Learning || Regression Models || Classification Models || Text Classification || Support-Vector Machines || Principal Component Analysis || Operationalizing Machine-Learning Models

Location:Sela House

Target audience: Developers

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#MachineLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers

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David Melnik
Full Stack in Python - From Zero to Hero - 2 of 2 days
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 16:00

Learn and practice creating a full stack solution from zero.

Location:Sela House

Target audience:

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prerequisites: Some experience with programming in any language

Dr. Florian Rappl
Micro Frontends - From Zero to Hero (on-line workshop) - 2 of 2 days
Level: 200, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

In the recent years web applications have drastically grown in size. Nowadays multiple teams and developers are working on the frontend alone. Quite often, this leads to communication and alignment issues together with longer times to market. A fresh alternative is the pattern of micro frontends. In this architecture paradigm multiple teams can work on a large application independently. The workshop covers the whole life cycle of micro frontends, from the initial architecture decisions to maintenance. Importantly, our main goal is to create loosely coupled micro frontends which can be scaled indefinitely. Our main focus points will be developer experience and reliability. In this workshop you'll learn how micro frontend applications can be designed and implemented. You'll see what possible directions can be taken and where additional attention to detail is required. At the end of the workshop, you've built your own micro frontend solution and obtained first-hand experience in doing a proper domain decomposition to identify suitable micro frontends. You'll have a fundamental understanding of essential tools incl. modern frameworks and tools to create and orchestrate micro frontends. * Block 1 - Architectures: 1.Web Approach; 2. Server-Side Composition; 3. Client-Side Composition; 4. Siteless UIs || Block 2 - Tooling for SPA Micro Frontends: 1. Web Components; 2. Single SPA; 3. Module Federation; 4. Piral || Block 3 - Modularization: 1. Domain Decomposition; 2. Dependency Graphs; 3. Technical vs Functional Modules; 4. UX Scaling || Block 4 - Development Concerns: 1. App Shell Model; 2. Emulator Distribution; 3. Documentation Aggregation; 4. E2E Testing

Location:online

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tuesday - 21/06/2022 - Main Conference - Sela House

09:00 - 16:00

Workshops

#DeepLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers
Jeff Prosise
Deep Learning for Engineers and Software Developers (of Machine Learning) - 1 of 2 days
Level: 300, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that relies on deep neural networks, and it is the root of modern AI. It is how computers identify objects in images, translate speech in real-time, generate artwork and music, and perform other tasks that would have been impossible just a few short years ago. In this 2-day hands-on workshop, learn what neural networks are, how they work, and how to build them using popular deep-learning libraries such as Keras and TensorFlow. More importantly, learn how to bring the magic of neural networks to the next software project that you work on, and come away with numerous code samples to get those projects started. * Introduction to Deep Learning || Neural Networks || Convolutional Neural Networks || Facial Recognition and Object Detection || Natural Language Processing || Azure Cognitive Services

Location:Sela House

Target audience: Developers

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#DeepLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers

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wednesday - 22/06/2022 - Main Conference - HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

09:00 - 15:30

Management Track

Dror Gloverman
A Glimpse into the Future - the Guide for 2040
Level: , Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 09:50

When will driverless cars really take over the road? Will social networks dismantle democracy? Why is there so much dating and so few relationships? What will a meal look like in twenty years? Why do we have no choice but to implant digital extensions in the brain? Will the traffic jams ever run out? And will our grandchildren even be able to live on Earth? A keynote full of spectacular anecdotes alongside deep insights, while Dror presents the future in a variety of areas such as health, transportation, food, relationships, and the surprising and fascinating ways in which technology and innovation are changing our lives right now.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Dr. Galit Ben Tovel
Can I Trust My Intuition in Managing People? And What is Intuition Anyway?
Level: , Language: Hebrew
10:10 - 11:00

In a world of uncertainty, when the unknown becomes our new playground, we return to the oldest code of all, to intuition. But how do we know to recognize it? What is the difference between imagination and intuition? Is it related to one of the organs in our body? And how can we use it in decision-making and people-management processes? An experiential session where we talk about coincidences, coincidences, gut feelings and give tools for different and fascinating creative thinking.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Ifat Dook
From a Difficult Conversation to a Good Conversation - How to Successfully Convey Constructive Criticism to employees?
Level: , Language: Hebrew
11:00 - 12:00

Managers are often required to have a conversation with their employee. While its purpose is to convey constructive criticism for a change in conduct, they experience the conversation as a difficult one: 1. It is difficult to convey a critical message in an authentic and proactive way, 2. Many times the other side evades, justifies, and has difficulty getting the message, 3. and even if the message was received in a conversation, for the most part the conduct remains the same and does not change. The session will present a method and tools for successful conduct within a difficult conversation. A method that reduces the need to defend and justify and allows for real change following the construction of an action plan, adapted to the strengths of the employee and one created in collaboration.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Bar Hori
Reduce Risk and Drive Savings with DMaaS
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:10 - 13:55

Today's companies face hyper-accelerated cloud transformation, while the pressure is on to secure data against cyberthreats in increasingly hybrid environments while optimizing resources. The right Data Management as a Service (DMaaS) can be a powerful solution – but how? We will share how our technologies help you meet these pressures head-on, paving your way to the future of secure cloud data management. You will also get a first look at our new Security IQ solution. With Security IQ, you get one, centralized place to drive better security outcomes across the entire Metallic environment.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Galia Elmaliah-Herman
The Manager as a Mentor: Perception of the Managerial Role 2022 - Changes and Trends
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:55 - 14:35

According to studies, the main reason people change jobs is career is growth opportunities. 87% of millennials indicate that it is important for them that their work include "opportunities for growth and personal development or career development" compared to 69% of non-millennial generations who claim this. The needs and expectations of employees in 2022 is mainly for a holistic vision - to see them as a person, not only during working hours, but in all aspects of his life: health, family, professional, interests alongside career management, growth, and personal and professional development. The manager's approach as a mentor is based on 3 complementary layers: 1. Interpersonal relationships and understanding the "soft" material. 2. Functional - the transfer of knowledge and experience. 3. And most importantly, empowerment, intention and imparting a sense of competence. As a result, employee satisfaction, harnesses and commitment also increase, and challenges are reduced. In this session, we will present recent surveys on changes in the expectations and needs of employees from their direct manager following Covid 19, along with understanding the differences between the 3 concepts that make up the managerial role concept: manager-leader-mentor and practical tools for implementing the manager's concept powerful. The session will take place in a dynamic and experiential way - both enriching and fun, situations, examples will be combined.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Maayan Ganot
Best Teams' Secret Sauce
Level: , Language: Hebrew
14:50 - 15:30

A fascinating lecture that reveals what the characteristics of winning teams are. Is it related to "talents" only or something else plays a part? How the team's internal culture impacts the mistakes rate, what is the real meaning of "psychological security" and how managers can implement it into practice in their teams.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Ori Sasson
The Difference Between Someone successful and Someone Who Step-In-Place is Motivation.
Level: , Language: Hebrew

This session focuses on the ability of everyone to position yourself as more meaningful and stronger at the executive table and increase your circles of influence. Manage the relationship management strategy and the impact of corporate politics on the managerial position. We will learn how our actions affects our accomplishments and how to use it as a groundbreaking tool for producing results.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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09:00 - 15:30

Full Stack Track

#python #fullstack #frontend #javascript #Javascript #assembly #low level programming #c language #front-end #sql #database
Dror Gloverman
A Glimpse into the Future - the Guide for 2040
Level: , Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 09:50

When will driverless cars really take over the road? Will social networks dismantle democracy? Why is there so much dating and so few relationships? What will a meal look like in twenty years? Why do we have no choice but to implant digital extensions in the brain? Will the traffic jams ever run out? And will our grandchildren even be able to live on Earth? A keynote full of spectacular anecdotes alongside deep insights, while Dror presents the future in a variety of areas such as health, transportation, food, relationships, and the surprising and fascinating ways in which technology and innovation are changing our lives right now.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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David Melnik
Introduction to Full Stack with Python
Level: Beginners, Language: Hebrew
10:10 - 11:00

Everything you need to know about Full Stack development in Python

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Developers, Dev-Ops, Data Analysists

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#python #fullstack

prerequisites: Some experience with programming in any language

Roy Pearl
The Art of Creative Programming
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
11:00 - 12:00

In the age of the internet, gaming is no longer a niche. The ability to visually-mimic real life phenomenons is a great advantages in today's user interfaces. Every user, along with being a businessman, an engineer or a retail-website customer, is also a child, looking in wonder at the virtual world represented by the UI. In this lecture we'll talk about the creative aspect of gamification. What are the most important concepts of creative-programming, how to apply them on a simple, intuitive UI, and how does it all affects our psychology.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Frontend Developers, Product Managers, Technical-Creative Personas

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#frontend #javascript

prerequisites: Javascript

Amir Adler
Using RabbitMQ in Microservices Architecture
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:10 - 13:55

Moving from a monolithic architecture to a microservice architecture has many advantages. However this moving generates some challenges. One of them is how a microservice communicates with other microservices. A communication between microservices can be implemented using message queuing. One of the most popular messaging implementation is RabbitMQ. In this session we will introduce how you can use RabbitMQ in a microservice architecture.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Backend Developers, Product Managers, Technical-Creative Personas

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prerequisites: Some experience with programming in any language

Roey Zada
Why Webassembly?
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
13:55 - 14:35

Webassembly is what makes the browser run low-level languages like C, C++, Python and any other languages, and allows Javascript to interact with it. This feature gives the browser super power, and let it run and handle much heavier tasks then it used to. In this lecture we will see how to install and create a C program example, how to compile it and render it in the browser. And we will discuss the differences between Javascript and low level languages, and what makes Webassembly be such a powerful tool.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Frontend Developers, Product Managers, Technical-Creative Personas

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#Javascript #assembly #low level programming #c language #front-end

prerequisites: Basic knowledge of the C language, Javascript and Frontend development

Boris Pinsky
Isolation levels in RDBMS
Level: Intermediate, Language: Hebrew
14:50 - 15:30

In this session will introduce the concepts of isolation levels, the concepts that every database programmer needs to know to develop applications that allow multi-user access to the database.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Developers

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#sql #database

prerequisites: Basic SQL knowledge

09:00 - 15:30

DevOps Track

TBD TBD
Dror Gloverman
A Glimpse into the Future - the Guide for 2040
Level: , Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 09:50

When will driverless cars really take over the road? Will social networks dismantle democracy? Why is there so much dating and so few relationships? What will a meal look like in twenty years? Why do we have no choice but to implant digital extensions in the brain? Will the traffic jams ever run out? And will our grandchildren even be able to live on Earth? A keynote full of spectacular anecdotes alongside deep insights, while Dror presents the future in a variety of areas such as health, transportation, food, relationships, and the surprising and fascinating ways in which technology and innovation are changing our lives right now.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Gal Rami
Writing Helm with Style
Level: , Language: Hebrew
10:10 - 11:00

In this session we are going to use a not so known feature of Helm called “Helm Library Charts” that will help us maintain Microservices at scale by following DRY principles.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Uri Katsir
DevOps in a Serverless World
Level: , Language: Hebrew
11:00 - 12:00

In the fast-growing/changing world of Serverless, how do you keep your services up-to-date and relevant for your customers? In this session, we will look into the latest trends and tools to maintain an agile DevOps practice.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Ariel Peretz
Google's Advanced NextGen Cloud Load Balancers
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:10 - 13:55

Google Cloud Platform's Load Balancing is built on the same Infrastructure used to deliver services to a billion+ users a day. It also supports, in addition to many others, GCP Services, including: Cloud Storage, Compute Engine, and Google Kubernetes Engine. In this session you will learn about What's new with GCP's Load Balancing products, advancements with the new Global and Regional Layer-7 HTTP(s) LB, Internal Layer-7 HTTP(s), hybridLoad Balancing, and Enterprise grade Load Balancing. In addition you will see how Google uses its infrastructure to serve Envoy based proxying, perform advanced traffic management and leverage enterprise grade availability and durability for it's users..

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Noam Amrani, Matan Tal
Infracost, Love Your Cloud Bill!
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:55 - 14:35

Learn how “Infracost” can help you to estimate your cloud spend for Terraform in pull requests as a part of your day to day work. This is where DevOps and FinOps practices meet to provide us with the maximum value!

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: TBD

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Natalia Meergus
ML for DevOps Engineers
Level: , Language: Hebrew
14:50 - 15:30

In this introductory session Natalia will talk about the fundamentals of Machine Learning geared towards a DevOps audience. Note that this session is not about MLOps but about the foundations of ML that are the baseline for those practices.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: TBD

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09:00 - 15:30

Microsoft Azure Track

K8S, AKS, KEDA, Dapr, Envoy, Cloud-Native, Serverless, Open Source FinOps, cost optimization, cost reduction, usage optimization Github, Open-Source, Inner-Source, Agile, Scrum, CI/CD, GitHub Actions, Git, Cloud, Azure, AWS TBD
Dror Gloverman
A Glimpse into the Future - the Guide for 2040
Level: , Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 09:50

When will driverless cars really take over the road? Will social networks dismantle democracy? Why is there so much dating and so few relationships? What will a meal look like in twenty years? Why do we have no choice but to implant digital extensions in the brain? Will the traffic jams ever run out? And will our grandchildren even be able to live on Earth? A keynote full of spectacular anecdotes alongside deep insights, while Dror presents the future in a variety of areas such as health, transportation, food, relationships, and the surprising and fascinating ways in which technology and innovation are changing our lives right now.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Marina Marenkov
Azure Container Apps
Level: , Language: Hebrew
10:10 - 11:00

In this session we will learn how to deploy containerized apps without managing complex infrastructure,  how to  build microservices with full support for Dapr and scale dynamically based on HTTP traffic or events powered by KEDA.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: CTO, Technical team leaders, Developers

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K8S, AKS, KEDA, Dapr, Envoy, Cloud-Native, Serverless, Open Source

prerequisites: Passion for technology :- )

Baruch Toledano
FinOps day to day job, tips and tricks
Level: , Language: Hebrew
11:00 - 12:00

In this session, we will talk about FinOps day to day job, tips and tricks on saving costs for everyone who uses the cloud. We will also share the best practices and top 10 things to think about when you decide to move to the cloud. as an example: tagging, automation, pricing consideration and etc.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: DevOps, Procurement, Cloud Admin, Finance

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FinOps, cost optimization, cost reduction, usage optimization

prerequisites: Understanding of basic cloud concepts and the cloud’s Opex charging model

Eli Afengar
GitHub for Developers
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:10 - 13:55

In this session we will learn what developers and leaders can benefit from GitHub – Project planning, CI/CD with GitHub Actions, Repositories, Code Scanning, Codespaces, Co-Pilot and leverage the community to support your workload on any platform and any cloud.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Developers, Team leads, Scrum Masters, Project leads, VP R&D

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Github, Open-Source, Inner-Source, Agile, Scrum, CI/CD, GitHub Actions, Git, Cloud, Azure, AWS

prerequisites: N/A

Sruly Taber
A Journey to the multi-cloud
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:55 - 14:35

Manage, design, deploy, and secure multi-cloud applications

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: TBD

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TBD

prerequisites: TBD

09:00 - 15:30

AWS Track

Dror Gloverman
A Glimpse into the Future - the Guide for 2040
Level: , Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 09:50

When will driverless cars really take over the road? Will social networks dismantle democracy? Why is there so much dating and so few relationships? What will a meal look like in twenty years? Why do we have no choice but to implant digital extensions in the brain? Will the traffic jams ever run out? And will our grandchildren even be able to live on Earth? A keynote full of spectacular anecdotes alongside deep insights, while Dror presents the future in a variety of areas such as health, transportation, food, relationships, and the surprising and fascinating ways in which technology and innovation are changing our lives right now.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Natali Cutic, Noam Amrani
Managing EKS at Scale
Level: , Language: Hebrew
10:10 - 11:00

In this session we will talk about how to deal with deploying on a big scale to an EKS cluster based on a customer case study, including understanding the CNI plugin and the importance of setting Requests and Limits correctly.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Maish Saidel-Keesing (Sr. Developer Advocate, AWS)
Increasing developer velocity with AWS App Runner
Level: , Language: Hebrew
11:00 - 12:00

In this session you will learn more about the native container services available in AWS. The session will be a guided tour of an imaginary company that is just starting out and how they used AWS App Runner to kickstart their online presence.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Itzhak Levi
The Powerful Simplicity of Amazon ECS
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:10 - 13:55

In this session we will talk about ECS (Amazon Elastic Container Service) that allows us to easily orchestrate our containers on a large scale without having to face the learning curve represented by the use of systems such as Kubernetes and Openshift.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Leon Jalfon, Jonatan Jalfon
Getting Started with AWS IoT
Level: , Language: Hebrew
13:55 - 14:35

Have you ever asked yourself how does Internet of Things work? We did, and we have answers! In this session we will talk about the not so known world of IoT and show you how it works by performing several demos with different devices while also demonstrating the capabilities that AWS IoT adds to the ecosystem.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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Jonathan Jalfon
Demystifying AI on AWS
Level: , Language: Hebrew
14:50 - 15:30

During the session we will build together a simple meme generator application that uploads a picture to S3 and use some of the capabilities of Amazon Translate, Amazon Polly and Amazon Rekognition to make the application smarter.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

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09:00 - 16:00

Workshops

#.net #fullstack
Liron Ratzabi
Full Stack with .NET Core - From Zero to Hero
Level: 400, Language: Hebrew
09:00 - 16:00

.NET is already 20 years old and is currently in the process of a real revolution in the way we develop code & applications on the platform. The platform has changed from every direction and from every aspect whether you are a server side or a client side. Join me to the new world of .NET and learn how .NET 6 changes the way we write code.

Location:HOT Cinema, Kfar Saba

Target audience: Developers with prior knowledge of developing classic .NET applications, but are unfamiliar with .NET 6

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#.net #fullstack

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thursday - 23/06/2022 - Main Conference - Sela House

09:00 - 16:00

Workshops

#DeepLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers
Jeff Prosise
Deep Learning for Engineers and Software Developers (of Machine Learning) - 2 of 2 days
Level: 300, Language: English
09:00 - 16:00

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that relies on deep neural networks, and it is the root of modern AI. It is how computers identify objects in images, translate speech in real-time, generate artwork and music, and perform other tasks that would have been impossible just a few short years ago. In this 2-day hands-on workshop, learn what neural networks are, how they work, and how to build them using popular deep-learning libraries such as Keras and TensorFlow. More importantly, learn how to bring the magic of neural networks to the next software project that you work on, and come away with numerous code samples to get those projects started. * Introduction to Deep Learning || Neural Networks || Convolutional Neural Networks || Facial Recognition and Object Detection || Natural Language Processing || Azure Cognitive Services

Location:Sela House

Target audience: Developers

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#DeepLearning, #SoftwareDevelopers

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