October 19, 2022
(Virtual)

DevOps Day

Gain insights on various DevOps topics with four live-streamed expert talks!

On this episode of WeAreDevelopers Live, it's all about DevOps! We'll start the day with some insights on creating environments to test out new features in our application. Next, we will learn when a policy is more hindering than helping and how to update them in a meaningful way. Choosing the right environment for your project can be difficult so we arranged for a talk to teach us a DevOps perspective on open-source adoption. After that, we take a closer look at Backstage, an open-source platform for building an internal developer portal. And last but not least, we'll have a look at DevSecOps, and gain some knowledge on the current state of security-specific tools. So make sure to get yourself comfortable and enjoy the show!

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About the event

Together with BOSCH we invite you to a full day of learning more about the intersection of mobility and code. Get to know more about how modern mobility is defined by an intricate interplay of hardware and software and how cars are not only connected to the road, but also to the cloud.

Coding the Future of Mobility features a variety of talks and a workshop, that give you valuable insights into the world of mobility - wether you join in-person or online.

About the event

Together with Bosch we invite you to a full day of learning more about the intersection of mobility and code. Get to know more about how modern mobility is defined by an intricate interplay of hardware and software and how cars are not only connected to the road, but also to the cloud.

Coding the Future of Mobility features a variety of talks and a workshop, that give you valuable insights into the world of mobility - wether you join in-person or online.

You can also join us in person at our new office (Schottenfeldgasse 23, 1070 Vienna) where we have prepared three Tech Talks for you! Afterwards, you can stay and network on our roof-top terrace!

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10:00 am
10:45 am
(CET)
(CEST)
Implementing Feature Environments with AWS and Terraform
Thomas Hartenstein
Solution Engineer at Deloitte Consulting
10:00 am
10:45 am
(CET)

Implementing Feature Environments with AWS and Terraform

Developing and testing new features for applications on only one cloud environment can quickly lead to a situation where several features block each other and time-consuming solutions need to be found. In this talk feature environments will be presented to accelerate the development of new features by creating environments automatically via CI/CD pipeline when a new feature branch is created. The feature environment creates a short-lived copy of the current development infrastructure for the development and testing of a specific feature.

Solution Engineer at Deloitte Consulting

Thomas works as a Solution Engineer in the DevOps team of Deloitte at the Berlin office for more than a year. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from TU Berlin.

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Implementing Feature Environments with AWS and Terraform
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Developing and testing new features for applications on only one cloud environment can quickly lead to a situation where several features block each other and time-consuming solutions need to be found. In this talk feature environments will be presented to accelerate the development of new features by creating environments automatically via CI/CD pipeline when a new feature branch is created. The feature environment creates a short-lived copy of the current development infrastructure for the development and testing of a specific feature.
About the speaker(s)
Thomas works as a Solution Engineer in the DevOps team of Deloitte at the Berlin office for more than a year. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from TU Berlin.
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11:00 am
11:45 am
(CET)
(CEST)
Policy as [versioned] code - you're doing it wrong.
Chris Nesbitt-Smith
Consultant at UK Government
11:00 am
11:45 am
(CET)

Policy as [versioned] code - you're doing it wrong.

In this talk, Chris will trace back the origins of how policies are often incepted, how they can get out of hand, be slow if not impossible to update and measure compliance, and often lead us to the question of **is the policy helping or hindering**.
From this talk you'll learn how to use a software development pattern and product ways of thinking towards how your organization can manage policy; achieve continual updates to the policy allow the risk mitigations to move as fast as the risk does, and not get in the way and be easy to measure compliance.

Consultant at UK Government

A developer at heart with a passion for testing, while still active in the open source community. Chris has worked extensively in critical national infrastructure where "matters of life or death" is not just a flippant throwaway comment. Chris provides training and consulting to many UK & US Government departments, large multinational private sector enterprises, and large charities. Through all of this Chris has seen a lot of organizational and technical dysfunction (not all of his own making) and inefficiencies, and wants to join him in fixing them

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Policy as [versioned] code - you're doing it wrong.
Cancelled
In this talk, Chris will trace back the origins of how policies are often incepted, how they can get out of hand, be slow if not impossible to update and measure compliance, and often lead us to the question of **is the policy helping or hindering**. From this talk you'll learn how to use a software development pattern and product ways of thinking towards how your organization can manage policy; achieve continual updates to the policy allow the risk mitigations to move as fast as the risk does, and not get in the way and be easy to measure compliance.
About the speaker(s)
A developer at heart with a passion for testing, while still active in the open source community. Chris has worked extensively in critical national infrastructure where "matters of life or death" is not just a flippant throwaway comment. Chris provides training and consulting to many UK & US Government departments, large multinational private sector enterprises, and large charities. Through all of this Chris has seen a lot of organizational and technical dysfunction (not all of his own making) and inefficiencies, and wants to join him in fixing them
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12:00 pm
12:45 pm
(CET)
(CEST)
Open Source - Open Choice: A DevOps Guide for OSS Adoption
Hila Fish
Senior DevOps Engineer
12:00 pm
12:45 pm
(CET)

Open Source - Open Choice: A DevOps Guide for OSS Adoption

Choosing the right open-source project to use can be quite challenging - not knowing if it’s going to be the right fit, how it will behave, and if you end up wasting time trying to make it all work. We’ve all been there. But what if I told you there’s a practical way to have a clear understanding of how to incorporate an OSS project in your environment? In this talk, I’m going to speak about the DevOps perspective on open-source and the challenges Infra-focused engineers have with choosing the right project for their environment. As a DevOps Engineer, I’ve seen a lot of things, stumbled upon a lot of non-biased decisions, and so will present practical advice on how to choose an OSS project for your dev/prod environment and will talk about the business mindset you should have to evaluate the key indicators based on your needs and specific pain points.

Senior DevOps Engineer

Hila Fish is a Senior DevOps Engineer at Wix w/ 15 years of experience.
Public speaker believes the DevOps culture is what drives a company to perform at its best.

In her spare time, Hila is a lead singer of a cover band, giving back to the community by co-organizing DevOps-related conferences (Inc. "DevOpsDays TLV" & "StatsCraft" monitoring conference), mentoring and leading a program in “Baot” (An Israeli community of technical women in tech), and sharing her passion and knowledge whenever she can, including on various tech communities & initiatives and Social Media.

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Open Source - Open Choice: A DevOps Guide for OSS Adoption
Cancelled
Choosing the right open-source project to use can be quite challenging - not knowing if it’s going to be the right fit, how it will behave, and if you end up wasting time trying to make it all work. We’ve all been there. But what if I told you there’s a practical way to have a clear understanding of how to incorporate an OSS project in your environment? In this talk, I’m going to speak about the DevOps perspective on open-source and the challenges Infra-focused engineers have with choosing the right project for their environment. As a DevOps Engineer, I’ve seen a lot of things, stumbled upon a lot of non-biased decisions, and so will present practical advice on how to choose an OSS project for your dev/prod environment and will talk about the business mindset you should have to evaluate the key indicators based on your needs and specific pain points.
About the speaker(s)
Hila Fish is a Senior DevOps Engineer at Wix w/ 15 years of experience. Public speaker believes the DevOps culture is what drives a company to perform at its best. In her spare time, Hila is a lead singer of a cover band, giving back to the community by co-organizing DevOps-related conferences (Inc. "DevOpsDays TLV" & "StatsCraft" monitoring conference), mentoring and leading a program in “Baot” (An Israeli community of technical women in tech), and sharing her passion and knowledge whenever she can, including on various tech communities & initiatives and Social Media.
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1:00 pm
1:45 pm
(CET)
(CEST)
Improving Developer Experience with Backstage
Suzanne Daniels
DevRel Lead for Backstage at Spotify
1:00 pm
1:45 pm
(CET)

Improving Developer Experience with Backstage

Onboarding is difficult, finding information can be a pain, collaborating across teams or domains is hard, and no one likes context-switching between cloud portals, CI/CD Tooling, and whatnot. This and other modern frustrations are causing friction in the day-to-day lives of developers. This friction is taking away pleasure, and effectiveness, and will eventually result in bad code, and people leaving or being burnt out. Investing in Developer Happiness is key, but where to begin? Should you build yet another portal? Implement that new DevOps platform? Try that Inner Source thing? In this session, we're discussing all of this and taking a look at Backstage, an Open Source platform you can use to build an Internal Developer Portal and massively improve your developer experience. Because happy developers write happy code.

DevRel Lead for Backstage at Spotify

Suzanne's passion is finding ways to help developers and engineers get the tools and skills to do what they do best: creating the software this world runs on while trying to innovate and make sense of buzzwords at the same time. Before she went into Developer Relations, she was an advisor for organizations on digital transformation, software development, and adoption of (cloud)technologies. Suzanne emcees/hosts events and is a speaker on both technical topics and more in general on transformation & innovation. Also, she organizes meetups and events.

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Improving Developer Experience with Backstage
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Onboarding is difficult, finding information can be a pain, collaborating across teams or domains is hard, and no one likes context-switching between cloud portals, CI/CD Tooling, and whatnot. This and other modern frustrations are causing friction in the day-to-day lives of developers. This friction is taking away pleasure, and effectiveness, and will eventually result in bad code, and people leaving or being burnt out. Investing in Developer Happiness is key, but where to begin? Should you build yet another portal? Implement that new DevOps platform? Try that Inner Source thing? In this session, we're discussing all of this and taking a look at Backstage, an Open Source platform you can use to build an Internal Developer Portal and massively improve your developer experience. Because happy developers write happy code.
About the speaker(s)
Suzanne's passion is finding ways to help developers and engineers get the tools and skills to do what they do best: creating the software this world runs on while trying to innovate and make sense of buzzwords at the same time. Before she went into Developer Relations, she was an advisor for organizations on digital transformation, software development, and adoption of (cloud)technologies. Suzanne emcees/hosts events and is a speaker on both technical topics and more in general on transformation & innovation. Also, she organizes meetups and events.
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2:00 pm
2:45 pm
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(CEST)
Climbing High - The state of DevSecOps today
Anais Urlichs
Open Source Developer Advocate at Aqua Security
2:00 pm
2:45 pm
(CET)

Climbing High - The state of DevSecOps today

Security-specific tools are often overlooked until they become a requirement, necessity, or things go terribly wrong. While many organizations will build a security team to address related issues, smaller organizations and individual contributors do not have this option. This talk is divided into two sections. In the first one, Anais will share the similarities between climbing and the importance of establishing a security-centric mindset. What happens if we do not have security specialists supporting our team? Free-climbing might be an option for experts with years of experience but not for most cluster admins. The second part will go over security-specific tools in the cloud-native ecosystem. A live demo will focus on Trivy, an open-source tool with 11k+ stars on GitHub. Anais will showcase how we can get started and the benefits of integrating cloud-native security tools, such as Trivy, into our existing processes and monitoring stack.

Open Source Developer Advocate at Aqua Security

Anaïs is a Developer Advocate at Aqua Security, where she contributes to Aqua’s cloud-native open source projects. When she is not advocating DevOps best practices, she runs her own YouTube Channel centered around cloud-native technologies. Before joining Aqua, Anais worked as SRE at Civo, a cloud-native service provider, where she worked on infrastructure for hundreds of tenant clusters. As a CNCF ambassador, her passion lies in making tools and platforms more accessible to developers and community members.

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Climbing High - The state of DevSecOps today
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Security-specific tools are often overlooked until they become a requirement, necessity, or things go terribly wrong. While many organizations will build a security team to address related issues, smaller organizations and individual contributors do not have this option. This talk is divided into two sections. In the first one, Anais will share the similarities between climbing and the importance of establishing a security-centric mindset. What happens if we do not have security specialists supporting our team? Free-climbing might be an option for experts with years of experience but not for most cluster admins. The second part will go over security-specific tools in the cloud-native ecosystem. A live demo will focus on Trivy, an open-source tool with 11k+ stars on GitHub. Anais will showcase how we can get started and the benefits of integrating cloud-native security tools, such as Trivy, into our existing processes and monitoring stack.
About the speaker(s)
Anaïs is a Developer Advocate at Aqua Security, where she contributes to Aqua’s cloud-native open source projects. When she is not advocating DevOps best practices, she runs her own YouTube Channel centered around cloud-native technologies. Before joining Aqua, Anais worked as SRE at Civo, a cloud-native service provider, where she worked on infrastructure for hundreds of tenant clusters. As a CNCF ambassador, her passion lies in making tools and platforms more accessible to developers and community members.
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Explore the program and speakers

The morning chapter (09:00 - 12:00 CEST) will be streamed online.
The afternoon chapter (12:00 - 20:00 CEST) will be a hybrid event full of activities: Join either online or attend the event on-site in Vienna and enjoy a get2gether before the event starts, 3 talks followed by a networking including food, drinks and a DJ - powered by Bosch Austria.

09:00 - 12:00 CEST: Morning Chapter (online only)

09:00 - 09:45
Coffee with Developers
Coffee with Developers is a talk show with fascinating personalities "behind the code". Listen to their stories and learn what they think about the future. Join a relaxed discussion with interesting insights and a lot of fun.
Sead Ahmetovic
CEO, WeAreDevelopers
Peter Kalt
General Engineering Manager
Bosch Austria
10:00 - 12:00
Workshop: On developing smartphones on wheels
Get a look behind the scenes of software engineering for modern and future vehicles in the automotive industry. Learn about the bits and pieces of modern vehicle systems and the shift from domain-specific E/E architectures to cross-domain architectures based on powerful vehicle computers.

Discover why future cars have more in common with smartphones than you might think. During this workshop we will examine some technical key questions and aspects in the biggest transformation of the autmotive industry ever seen.

Be part of this cool hands-on workshop, contribute on the impact of the mobility world and let’s work on your favorite future mobility use case. We will be using Miro, the online collaborative whiteboard platform. All registered participants will get access to the Miro board shortly before the workshop starts - simply check your inbox.

Miro Board Link for workshop participants: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_lvWfpAI=/

Hans-Jürgen Eidler
Product Owner, SW Business Development for Vehicle Computers, Bosch Austria
Before becoming the Product Owner and Acquisition Manager for Vehicle Computers and E/E Architecture, Hans-Jürgen acted as Project Lead, SW & Function Developer (for hybrid and electrical vehicles) at Bosch Austria. He also gained experience as Development Engineer in the aviation industry, worked on HW development projects and acted as team lead.
Konstantin Selyunin
Development Engineer
Konstantin Selyunin develops embedded software for vehicle computer prototypes.

12:00 - 20:00 CEST: Afternoon Chapter (in-person and online)

12:00 - 13:00
Check-in & Welcome Drinks
13:00 - 13:15
Opening Remarks
Sead Ahmetovic
Moderator, WeAreDevelopers
Peter Kalt
General Engineering Manager
Bosch Austria
Josipa Basta
Moderator, Bosch Austria
13:15 - 14:00
Cyber Security: Small, and Large!
Security is a hot topic right now, with ransomware and nation-state hacking in the newspapers on AT LEAST a weekly base. This can include millions of damages for exceptional cases, and hot-patching systems at an absurdly fast pace. In this session, we will talk about some of the current challenges for development projects and developers in general, and how to keep an overview on what is going on security-wise.
Martin Schmiedecker
Security Engineer, Bosch Austria
Martin did his PhD at TU Vienna on digital forensics back in the days and is now assessing security risks for development projects at Bosch. He is interested in everything related to digital security and online privacy and is a proven expert in automotive security.
14:00 - 15:00
Getting Started with Machine Learning

Alexandra Waldherr
ML & Quantum Computing Enthusiast
What to say about this exceptional young person? She is a true Wunderkind! Alex developed an interest for science, programming, physics and chemistry since the early age of 12. Today, at the age of only 19, she already holds a Bachelor degree with distinction from the Technological University Dublin and is widely considered as one of the great generational talents. She was part of various programs at the MIT, CERN and IBM. She  has received various honors and accolades and besides studying Molecular Medicine she also speaks regularly about Quantum Computing and Machine Learning at international conferences.
15:00 - 15:15
Coffee break
If you are one of the luckies on-site, enjoy delicious coffee and snacks.
15:15 - 16:15
Why you shouldn’t build a microservice architecture
Learn about modern software architectures and get practical advice on reasoning about architectural decisions, using the example of microservice architectures.
Michael Eisenbart
Head of Business Digital Organization
Software Development & Data Platforms, Bosch
Michael is looking back to a long career in the tech world. He is the Head of BDO-DX at Bosch Austria and worked as the owner of various stunning projects in the world of Industry 4.0, big data platforms and logistics software products.
16:15 - 20:00
Final remarks, music, drinks, snacks and networking!
The perfect time for networking and connecting with new like-minded people in-person.

Explore the program and speakers

The morning chapter (09:00 - 12:00 CEST) will be streamed online.
The afternoon chapter (14:30 - 20:00 CEST) will be a hybrid event full of activities:
Join either online or attend the event on-site in Vienna and enjoy a get-together before the event starts, 3 talks followed by a networking including free food, drinks and a DJ - powered by Bosch Austria.

09:00 - 12:00 CEST: Morning Chapter (online only)

09:00 - 09:45
Morning Coffee with Developers
Coffee with Developers is a session with fascinating personalities "behind the code".
Listen to their stories and learn what they think about the future. Join a relaxed discussion with interesting insights and a lot of fun.
Sead Ahmetovic
CEO, WeAreDevelopers
Christine Thelesklaf
Director of Engineering, Bosch India
10:00 - 12:00
Workshop: The future of automotive mobility - Upcoming E/E architectures, V2X and its challenges
Bosch is observing huge upcoming mega trends in our today's world. These mega trends involve everything around us, including people, society, and environment. In this session we will present these mega trends and how they affect our lives and more specifically, the design of the E/E (Electric and Electronic) architectures in our cars. Furthermore, we will give insights about some real-world use cases developed by Bosch which drive this change, for instance Driverless Parking and Road Signature Service. A brief outlook about V2X (Vehicle to Everything) communication will be provided together with its possible impact on future E/E architectures. The second part of this session invites for an open discussion regarding these topics. The workshop closes, providing further insights on how Bosch is addressing these challenges and giving an overview of the Mobility Solutions developed in Bosch Vienna.
Georg Kühberger
Senior Software Expert, Bosch Austria
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Manuel Pascual Garcia-Tubio
Scrum Master, Bosch Austria
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14:30 - 20:00 CEST: Afternoon Chapter (in-person and online)

14:30 - 15:00
Check-in & Welcome Drinks
15:00 - 15:15
Opening Remarks
Sead Ahmetovic
Moderator, WeAreDevelopers
Josipa Basta
Moderator, Bosch Austria
Helmut Weinwurm
President, Bosch Austria
15:15 - 16:00
Talk: Architects - Key players for future products
The automotive industry is currently in a transformation driven by electrification, connected/autonomous driving and software defined vehicles. These market transformations require new products like vehicle computer, zone controller or integration platforms as well as changing business and cooperation models. High individualization, multi-party cooperation and a strong trend towards continuous development require a reliable and strong architecture for efficient development. In addition Bosch strives as market leader as TIER1 supplier to shape and maintain an evolvable and beneficial product line architecture allowing flexible, extendable and exchangeable software functionalities across these safety and real-time critical products. The key player in this future engineering setup are the architects which orchestrate the different businesses and technical targets via architecture driven development and management of technical debt.
Jochen Härdtlein
Chief Software Engineer, Bosch Germany
Sebastian Rausch
Lead System Engineer, Bosch Austria
5 years’ experience within research project with system test generation and technical system architecture focus, 4 years of architectural experience @ PS-EC/ECB; now team leader/lead system engineer of BMW and VW projects within PS-EC

Education – Master degree in Embedded Systems
16:00 - 16:45
Talk: Brave new world of Artificial Intelligence
Today's world of technology is full of buzzwords. No matter what role you play, from engineering to sales, your day-to-day discussions are filled with the cloud, IoT, microservices, and other abbreviated and non-abbreviated terms. The automotive industry is no exception. AI is probably very high on your list too. Various connected car scenarios revolve around getting the sensor data to one place, analyzing it, and learning from it so we can automate some part of the process (e.g., the car sees a stop sign on the road – what should it do?). The existence of AI is why we can build a smart car today. So, let's demystify it and answer the questions like what artificial intelligence is, explain the dominant approaches, where we are today and what's coming in the next 2-3 years, and the business implications. This session aims to clear the fog in front of technology that promises to change the world that we know today, once and for all. Welcome to the brave new world of AI-powered mobility!
Tomislav Tipurić
CTO and Partner, Nephos
Tomislav is CTO and partner in Nephos, a technology enthusiast with a focus on cloud computing, artificial intelligence, IoT and modern business models enabled through advanced application of technology.
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16:45 - 17:00
Coffee break
If you are on-site, enjoy delicious coffee and snacks.
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17:00 - 17:45
Talk: Building Connected Vehicles
In this talk, I will present several topics regarding vehicle connectivity. We will go through the basics of building up the connectivity architecture between vehicles and the cloud. Several cloud architectures and design patterns will be discussed. Finally, we will talk about some challenges in getting the data from a vehicle to the cloud, and how to apply AI model in a connected vehicle environment.
Kher Sham Lim
Cloud Solution Architect and Software Engineer, Bosch Germany
Kher Sham is software engineer and cloud solution architect for connected vehicle focusing on Microsoft Azure platform for whole Powertrain Solution business unit. Previously he worked as Data Scientist and Data Engineer in manufacturing use cases.He was a theoretical physicist in Particle Physics and Cosmology before joining Bosch.
17:45 - 18:00
Closing & Winner announcement
18:00 - 20:00
Get-Together & Networking
Network with music and drinks. The perfect time to connect with new like-minded people in-person.

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Save your spot - it's free

Date: April 26th, 2022
The morning chapter (09:00 - 12:00) will be streamed online.
The afternoon chapter (14:30 - 20:00) will be a hybrid event full of activities: Join either online or attend the event on-site in Vienna.

Join IN-PERSON

Register now to join in-person! Limited number of seats!
Join the morning chapter (9:00 - 12:00) online and the afternoon chapter (14:30 - 20:00) in-person.

Benefits to join ONSITE - LIMITED SEATS!
  • Learn from top speakers & level up your skills
  • Meet & greet our speakers face to face 👀 in a relaxed atmosphere
  • Connect with other great minds 🤝
  • Cool location at the Bosch Fahrzeughalle
  • Event bag with awesome goodies 🛍
  • FREE food & drinks
  • Try your luck on the Bosch wheel of fortune and win some additional goodies
  • Win Tickets to the WeAreDevelopers World Congress Berlin
Location: Robert Bosch AG, Geiereckstraße 6, 1110 Vienna (Entrance via Gänsbachergasse)
Check-in for the afternoon chapter starts at 14:30.

Join ONLINE

Join both the morning chapter (9:00 - 12:00) and the afternoon chapter (15:00 - 20:00) online from anywhere around the globe.

Benefits to join ONLINE
  • Learn from top speakers & level up your skills
  • Manage your event experience with the official Event App
  • Connect virtually with other great minds 🤝
Covid-19 information
Attendees do not have to provide proof of G for event attendance. The FFP2 mask requirement in closed rooms is no longer applicable, but wearing masks is still recommended.

bonus content

Retooling and refactoring - an investment in people.

Stranger Danger: Your Java Attack Surface Just Got Bigger

Building Security Champions

Call for Speakers

You have the talk. We have the audience! We are always looking for curious minds sharing their knowledge with the developer community. Apply as a speaker and become part of our awesome dev community.
Green Event
We aim at organising the event according to the Austrian Ecolabel for Green Events. This means that in the course of our event planning we pay special attention to:

an environmentally compatible travel, CO2 reduction, regional & seasonal catering, environmentally friendly procurement and waste management and social aspects. 

With these efforts, we not only generate added value for our guests at the event, but also for future generations to implement sustainable changes in our fast-paced world.

Support us in this effort and help us work towards a more sustainable future!

Do you have any questions about the Austrian Eco-label or Green Events?

Feel free to contact our Green Events Officer Nina Witti at witti@putzstingl.at! She will be happy to answer your questions before, during and after the event!
Directions
Please think about our environment and travel climate friendly!
Our event times have been chosen so that your travel by public transport is possible without any problems or longer waiting intervals! The tram line 6, station Geiereckstraße, is about 120 meters away from our premises. Bus 69A stops about 240 meters from the premises at the Geiereckstraße station. The S-Bahn 7 stops at the Geiselbergstraße station about 600 meters from the site. You can also find all information about the timetables at https://www.wienerlinien.at/web/wl-en/timetables.

If you can't do without your car, consider carpooling!
This not only saves emissions, but also provides you with conversation partners, so that no boredom arises during the drive! Please note, however, that there are no parking spaces available on the premises and that the 11th district is a short-term parking zone! 

You like it sporty? Then come to us by bike!
On the premises are about 30 bike racks available for you!

Accessibility
If you need a barrier-free parking space, please let us know in advance! We will then organize parking for you in the immediate vicinity of the event hall. You can find more information about accessibility in our Access Statement. If you have any questions, please contact Nina Witti at witti@putzstingl.at or +43 699 1234 24 34.
Access Statement & Accessibility
In order to make your journey to and stay at our event as pleasant as possible, you will find here all important information about the accessibility of our event on April 26, 2022. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Nina Witti at witti@putzstingl.at or +43 699 1234 24 34.

Public transport
Tram line 6, Geiereckstraße station, is located about 120 meters from the site. In addition, bus 69A, Geiereckstraße station, stops about 240 meters from the site. The S-Bahn 7 stops at Geiselbergstraße station, about 600 meters from the site.

Parking facilities
If you need handicapped parking, please let us know at +43 699 1234 24 34 and we will be happy to organize parking directly on our premises. Our premises are accessible at ground level and are asphalted throughout.

Entrance area & event hall
Entrance to our event hall is through a 3.9 x 4.9 meters (width x height) roll-up door, which will be open throughout the event. There is ample moving space both before and after the entrance gate, as well as in our event space. There are no level jumps. Sufficient turning circles of at least 150 cm in diameter are given throughout the event area. We are happy to provide our own wheelchair spaces as well as height-adjustable tables. Our buffet area is designed so that all food and drinks are accessible at a height of 85 and 110 cm. All dishes offered are labeled in sufficient size and any allergens are also listed. 
Barrier-free WC
A barrier-free WC is available near the event hall. The WC has a door that is at least 80 cm wide and opens outward, smoothly. The room size is 150 x 197 cm and offers 84 cm of space to the right of the WC bowl. The WC bowl is located at a height between 46 and 48 cm. In addition, there are stable grab handles on both sides and an emergency call device connected to the security service at the reception (available 24 hours). Both the handles and controls are designed with high contrast. The sink is accessible from underneath and is equipped with a single-handle mixer. Soap dispenser and towels are within reach at a maximum height of 110 cm.

Staff
Our staff is familiar in dealing with people with disabilities, as we ourselves employ people with disabilities.  

Print material
When designing our printed materials, we emphasize legible, sufficiently large type. In addition, we use matte paper to make it easier to read.

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