Resources for and by the Community
19 October 2018 - 22 October 2018
A youth-focused hackathon in Baltimore, meant to introduce them to the concept and to mentors in the tech community.
24 October 2018 - 26 October 2018
An exciting new event in the Caribbean, consisting of one day of workshops and two days of sessions.
25 October 2018 - 26 October 2018
The tenth droidcon London returns with more in store for you to learn and discover!
7 November 2018 - 8 November 2018
A conference about developer relations, developer experience, developer community, APIs and developer marketing.
8 November 2018 - 9 November 2018
ffconf operates a unique format by running a one day conference twice. The two days are the same: same amazing content, same lineup, same curation, same experience. The aim is to reach more people without compromising the intimacy and friendliness of the event.
19 November 2018 - 22 November 2018
With one day of in-depth pre-conference workshops and three days of sessions, you will get tons of inspiration and learning to keep you creating your best work all year long.
In this coding session, Nexmo Developer Advocate Aaron Bassett shows how to make a fast and scalable voice broadcast system for sending critical alerts or notifications using asynchronous Python and the Nexmo Voice API.
Building a DevRel programme is hard. What are the goals of the programme, how do they align with the company goals, what activities should the new Developer Relations team undertake, how do those activities help other departments within the company and how should the success of the team be measured?
Discover how you can use Artifical Intelligence to perform sentiment analysis of an audio stream, in real-time!,In this workshop, we’re going to learn how to create a virtual rapporteur. A digital assistant who can join any conference call; record it, and then by using IBM Watson provide participants with a real-time transcript and insights into the overall tone of the call. All pushed to their browser via WebSockets.
Model mommy lettuce factory boy expects gherkin behave. Travis mock splinter nose phantom hypothesis! Most developers recognise the importance of testing in building maintainable software, but the sheer volume of tools and approaches can be bewildering and sometimes make it sound like you’re talking a different language.
In this coding session, Nexmo Developer Advocate Aaron Bassett demonstrates how to connect an inbound call to an agent as well as to IBM Watson Tone Analyzer via the WebSockets feature of the Nexmo Voice API. He also shows how you can take the analysis from Watson and display it to the agent.
So you've released a library! Now you need to maintain it. You want to add features, restructure the code, fix bugs, and maybe improve the library's usability. Your users just want their code to carry on working. That's okay! This talk covers techniques in both code and project management to allow you to keep your code moving forwards without breaking your users' code.
In this coding session, Nexmo Developer Advocate Aaron Bassett shows how you can handle webhooks from the Nexmo Voice API, where each webhook represents an inbound call to enable the integration with a CRM, database or analytics platform like MixPanel.
Adam, part of the Nexmo DevRel team and Nexmo Developer Technical Lead, talks about DocOps, and how Nexmo Developer has been built. The talk covers taking engineering practices and how they can be applied to documentation platforms.
A Phileas Fogg inspired tour of 8 frameworks "Had he programmed? It was likely, for no one seemed to know web frameworks more familiarly; there was no framework so obscure that he did not appear to have an intimate acquaintance with it. He must have developed in everything, at least in the spirit."
Starting with nothing, we'll build a package and publish it on PyPI using current best practices! Learn how to structure, document and test your project on different platforms. Discover the difference between `setup.py` and `Pipfile`. Finally, use CookieCutter to avoid doing it twice (or even once)!
In this coding session, Aaron Bassett creates a traditional PSTN proxy in Kotlin, which he uses to connect two telephone endpoints while keeping both sides of the call anonymous.