I’m proud to announce that I’ll be speaking at 2010 edition of the FeWeb conference.
FeWeb is the Belgian federation for webdesigners & web developers. They host an annual conference with parallel tracks, keynotes and of course the “state of the union” by the FeWeb chairman.
I’ll be doing the intro & outro for the parallel tracks and will be presenting a technical talk called Code & infrastructure: bridging the gap. The main goal of my talks is to make developers aware of the non-functional requirements a project has. These requirements come into play when projects are deployed into a production stage.
Due to lack of anticipation (and sometimes a lack of knowledge), some deployments can turn into nightmares. The key non-functional elements you should take into account are:
- High availability
After this talk, you (the developer) should be armed for battle and you should be able to cope with high traffic/load projects. Did someone say DevOps?
See you tomorrow at FeWeb10 !