A CREATIVE CONFERENCE

Full Stack Developer Conference Finland

May 21st – 22nd 2019

Helsinki, Finland

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The Full Stack Developer Conference Finland – FSDC.fi 2019 Topics

  • HTML, JavaScript
  • Web development, Web, Web components
  • Database, PL/SQL,
  • IoT, Privacy, Web of things, Internet of things, Emerging technology
  • Web Assembly, Rust
  • Docker
  • Postgres, PostgreSQL, Kafka
  • Explore, Analyze, Data Model
  • Azure, AWS, Google, Oracle or other cloud technologies
  • API
  • Open Source, Development, Ansible
  • Distributed systems, Architecture, Coupling
  • Software architecture, Cloud, Design principles
  • Plug-in architecture, Mobile application development
  • Manage Autonomous Datawarehouse solutions using Oracle Data Visualization
  • Blockchain
  • DevOps
  • Security
  • AI, ML, Affective, Computing, Emotions
  •  Messaging
  • CDN, Fastly, Cloudfront, Continuous delivery
  • ARM, Continuous integration, Gitlab, Gitlab-ci, Raspberry pi
  • Payment, Mobile
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service Oracle Analytics Cloud

And More!

Target group: business people and technical people, teachers, researchers and students.

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Add to My Calendar 2019-05-21 8:00:00 2019-05-22 5:00:00 Europe/London Full Stack Developer Conference Finland 2019 For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/full-stack-developer-conference-finland-2019-tickets-54130472701 Helsinki - Radisson Blu Royal Kamppi - Runeberginkatu 2 - 00100 Helsinki - Finland Organizer cfp@fsdc.fi

OUR SPEAKERS

Juha-Matti Vanhatupa

Viaccess-Orca
Plug-in architecture

Henry Been

Microsoft
Software Architecture

Antti Isomäki

Ruosniemen panimo

Chris Saxon

Oracle
SQL

Håkan Silfvernagel

Miles AS
Web Assembly

Heli Helskyaho

Miracle OY
ML

Jaakko Pallari

Polar Squad

Jukka Myllyaho

Accenture
Blockchain

Julian Dontcheff

Accenture
Oracle

Kenigbolo Meya Stephen

BCaster
JavaScript

Puja Purswani

Mozilla
IoT

Rob Lockard

Oraclewizard.com Inc
Oracle

Robert Valta

Intuition Machines, Inc.
Blockchain

Ron Ekins

Pure Storage
Open Source

Szymon Pobiega

Particular Software
Distributed systems

Elise Valin-Raki

Fennia IT
Database

Serhii Kulykov

Vaadin
JavaScript

Giorgio Sironi

eLife Sciences Publications Ltd
CDN

Jan Karremans

EnterpriseDB
AWS

Luis Marques

RedGlue
Kafka

Hugo Almeida

RedGlue
Kafka

Bruno Verachten

Worldline Global
ARM

David Mihal

Freelancer
JavaScript

Francesc Mas

Accenture
Data Model

Osama Mustafa

Confidential

THE SCHEDULE

Tuesday 21, 2019

Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
8:00 – 9:00 Registration and coffee
9:00 – 9:50 Keynote: Marjukka Niinioja, Osaango
APIOps Cycles – open set of tools and methods for lean API development
10:00 – 10:50 Puja Purswani, Mozilla
Project Things: A secure gateway to connect your things to Internet
Szymon Pobiega, Particular Software
Polyglot messaging
Luis Marques & Hugo Almeida, Redglue
From Databases to Kafka, from Kafka to the World
11:00 – 11:50 Henry Been, Microsoft
DevSecOps using Microsoft Azure and Visual Studio Team Services
Håkan Silfvernagel, Miles AS
Why you should consider Web Assembly in your next frontend project
Jan Karremans, EnterpriseDB
Comparing Postgres to Oracle – The best kept secrets to success
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:50 Giorgio Sironi, eLife Sciences Publications Ltd
From VM to Docker-on-VM
Serhii Kulykov, Vaadin
Next generation frontend architecture with Web Components: answering tough questions
Jagan R. Athreya, Oracle
Modern DevOps Best Practices for Autonomous Workloads
14:00 – 14:50 Henry Been, Microsoft
How to build a multi-tenant SaaS application using 60.000 Azure SQL Databases
Bruno Verachten, Worldline Global
🍊 ARM your continuous integration system with fruits!
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Geertjan Wielenga, Oracle
Oracle JET: No Slides, Just Code
15:00 – 15:50 David Mihal, Freelancer
No More Forms: Easy Payments with the Payments Request API
Heli Helskyaho, Miracle Oy
All you need to know about Machine Learning
Chris Saxon, Oracle
How to Find Patterns in Your Data with SQL
16:00 – 16:45 Giorgio Sironi, eLife Sciences Publications Ltd
CDNs as Code
Jaakko Pallari, Polar Squad
How should my app respond to a health check?
Mike Dietrich, Oracle
Database Upgrade: Fallback Strategies In Action
17:00 – 17:30 Keynote: Atsushi Ishii
100 Years of Japan-Finland Friendship: Humanizing Artificial Intelligence
17:30 – 18:00 Keynote: Antti Isomäki, Ruosniemen panimo
Manual work, digital tools – How a microbrewery is utilizing digitalization in running its business
18:00 – 19:00 Networking
18:00 – 21:00 Dinner

Wednesday 22, 2019

Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
8:00 – 9:00 Registration and coffee
9:00 – 9:50 Keynote: Jukka Myllyaho, Accenture
Blockchain whats next after hype
10:00 – 10:50 Mike Dietrich, Oracle
How to Migrate to Autonomous Database Cloud
Henry Been, Microsoft
Secure deployments: Keeping your secrets private
Elise Valin-Raki, Fennia
Sparsekannat Exadatassa
11:00 – 11:50 Chris Saxon, Oracle
SQL Magic!
Francesc Mas, Accenture
Business Intelligence development with Autonomous Cloud
Timo “Rafu” Raitalaakso, Solita
Tuning a Query Performance
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:50 Robert Valta, Intuition Machines
Introduction to the decentralized application stack
Osama Mustafa, Confidential
Your ultimate guide to Docker swarm
Ricardo Gonzalez, Oracle
A Cloud Journey – Migrating to the Oracle Cloud
14:00 – 14:50 Juha-Matti Vanhatupa, Viaccess-Orca
Rapid Implementation of Features using Flexible Architecture
Kenigbolo Meya Stephen, BCaster
Components – more than a shinny frenzy
Rob Lockard, Oraclewizard.com
PL/SQL Secure Coding Practices
15:00 – 15:50 Ron Ekins, Pure Storage
Accelerate Development with automation
Håkan Silfvernagel, Miles AS
Affective Computing – What is it and why should I care?
Szymon Pobiega, Particular Software
Everything flows
16:00 – 16:45 Keynote: Julian Dontcheff, Accenture
What is new in the relational database world
17:00 – 17:30 Thank you and Goodbye!

WHAT TO EXPECT

Two great days

We’re honored to have multiple amazing experts – don’t miss this

Great Food and Drink!

Amazing food and drink planned for the event

Great party

Great party with Deep House DJ Ultravizion and live music and more

Location

Radisson Blu Royal Kamppi Runeberginkatu 2, 00100 Helsinki, Finland

Accommodation

You can book room directly from the hotel, or stay wherever you like

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

They love it!!

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PRICING

Tickets are sold via Eventbrite, payments with credit card

RESERVE MY SEAT

Speakers get a FREE ticket on accepted submission. Sponsor packages include a set number of tickets.
We also accept a limited number of applications for free tickets for volunteers to help with registration and guiding participants during the event.

Frequently Asked Questions
What about accommodation?

The cost of the hotel accommodation and travel is not included in the event fee.

What payment types do you accept?

All ticket payments are processed via EventBrite.

OUR SPONSORS

Platinum Sponsor

Full Stack Developer Conference Finland will be held May 21st-22nd, 2019 in Helsinki

FSDC is meant for everyone who are cool with development or wannabe. 😊

Sponsorship suggestion for Full Stack Conference Finland 2019

Full Stack Conference Finland 2019 conference is targeted to developers performing tasks at any level of the technical stack in which they reside, active technologists and business leaders inside European Union. We have around 40 presentations. We will have once notable and renowned speakers with new views. We anticipate 200 participants to this event, including both experts, managers from IT, finance and administration. Like https://rigadevdays.lv/ does. For your company, this is an excellent opportunity to show up and present your company whether your target is to attract new talents or generate new sales leads.

 

Organization behind the FSDC.fi: Oracle User Group Finland OUGF was founded in 1988. Finland ‘s official Oracle User Group is independent, both financially and administratively, but co-operates closely with Oracle and other Oracle user groups worldwide.

 

OUGF’s mission is to expand the professional skills of persons working with Oracle technology and networking. Moreover, our vision in our conferences is to present answers how to utilize Oracle technology to build robust and cost effective solutions to customers using Oracle technology and to help customers to boost their business using Oracle technology.

Sponsoring opportunities packages:

Platinum Sponsor (EUR 4 000 and above)

  • Company logo on the website and on an agenda of the conference as a Platinum sponsor
  • 4 complimentary registrations for the conference and workshops
  • Full-page advertisement in the conference program
  • Acknowledgement as a Platinum sponsor at the conference banquet
  • Key note speech at the event
  • An executive place in the Exhibition Area
  • Unlimited permission of handing marketing material to conference participants
  • Optional sponsoring (for an additional fee) of an event (opening reception, lunch, banquet, workshop, keynote session)

Gold Sponsor (EUR 3 000)

  • Company logo on the website and on an agenda of the conference as a Gold sponsor
  • 3 complimentary registrations for the conference and workshops
  • Full-page advertisement in the conference program
  • Acknowledgement as a Gold sponsor at the conference banquet
  • Speech at lunch or reception
  • An executive place in the Exhibition Area
  • Unlimited permission of handing marketing material to conference participants during the conference

Silver Sponsor (EUR 2 000)

  • Company logo on the website and on an agenda of the conference as a Silver sponsor
  • 2 complimentary registrations for the conference and workshops
  • Half-page advertisement in the conference program
  • A table and chairs in the Exhibition Area

Bronze Sponsor (EUR 1 000)

  • Company logo on the website and on an agenda of the conference as a Bronze sponsor
  • 1 complimentary conference registration
  • A roll-up in the Exhibition Area

Copper Sponsor (EUR 500)

  • Company logo on the website of the conference as a Copper sponsor
  • A roll-up in the Exhibition Area

Sincerely,

Pasi Jaakkola

President and Chairman of the board of OUGF

http://fsdc.fi

CODE OF CONDUCT

The FSDC team is dedicated to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming conference environment for everyone. We are releasing this code of conduct to clearly outline our expectations. We look forward to all attendees’ and sponsors’ help in making this a reality.

Be respectful to one another
Respect yourself, and respect others.

Unwelcome behaviour will not be tolerated whether to other attendees, organisers, venue staff or other patrons of the FSDC venues. Unwelcome behaviours include intimidation, harassment, abusive, discriminatory or derogatory conduct by any attendees of FSDC and related events. All FSDC venues may be shared with members of the public; please be respectful to all patrons of these locations.

Be careful. Please keep an eye out for dangerous activity or situations, and alert the conference team if you become aware of any safety hazards.

Our goal is to create a safe and harassment-free conference experience for all involved, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, religion, preferred operating system, programming language or text editor.

Or more simply put “don’t be a jerk!”

 

What is Harassment?

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability; sexual images in public spaces (including presentation slides); deliberate intimidation, stalking or following; harassing photography or recording; sustained disruption of talks or other events; inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

Anyone asked to stop harassing behaviour is expected to comply immediately.

If a participant engages in harassing behaviour, the conference organisers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the conference without refund.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a conference organiser or helper immediately either at the registration desk or use one of the conference team contacts listed here.

The FSDC team will be happy to help participants contact venue security or local law enforcement, to provide escorts, or to otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the conference.

We expect all conference participants to abide by this code of conduct at all conference venues and conference-related social events.

We value your attendance and appreciate your help.

The FSDC Code of Conduct is based on the geek feminism conference anti-harassment policy template. As such, it may also be used by others as a template or guideline under a Creative Commons Zero license.

CONTACT

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ADDRESS

Radisson Blu Royal Kamppi,

Runeberginkatu 2

00100 Helsinki

Finland

Email: cfp@fsdc.fi

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