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Get ahead of the latest technology trends

29 June | 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Conrad Bengaluru



Are you always striving to sharpen your tech skills? While keeping up with all the new tools, languages, and techniques is time consuming, how would do you differentiate truth from hype?


Opinions in tech are never in short supply but, knowing the fundamentals will always remain critical. The Radar is a document of the changes that we think are currently interesting in software development - of things in motion that we think you should pay attention to and consider using in your projects. The Radar offers a pragmatic perspective based on what's working and what's not - Can it scale? Will it lock you in? What are the continuous delivery and integration implications? The Tech Radar examines all of this and more.


Whether you're a developer, an architect, or an IT manager, join us for the first ever Tech Radar Summit in India where, you will meet Martin Fowler and discuss the latest edition of the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar. 


Agenda


09:30 AM - Registration


10:00 AM - Welcome Note - Saptorsi Hore, Chief Operating Officer, ThoughtWorks India


10:15 AM - A Decade of the Radar - Martin Fowler, Chief Scientist, ThoughtWorks

In his keynote, Martin will highlight both the changes in technology and also the many things that have stayed the same. He will also discuss how the Technology Radar is a vehicle to discuss and absorb both changes and points of stability in tech.


11:00 AM - Technology Radar Vol 20: Deep-dive - Bharani Subramaniam, Market Tech Principal, ThoughtWorks and Lakshminarasimhan Sudarshan, Principal Consultant, ThoughtWorks


11:40 AM - Beyond Software into Platform - Padmanabhan Balasubramanian, MD, Goldman Sachs

The world of technology has fundamentally changed. There are numerous platform companies in the last decade that have innovated with new business models. As technologists, one has to rethink code and software as platform components instead of stand-alone products. This talk will focus on the evolution of the financial and technical aspects of platform business, for engineers.


12:20 PM - Lunch Break

Breakout sessions

Track 1


1:30 - 2:10 PM

Journey to becoming a CTO

Sauvik Banerjjee, Technology Leader, Tata Group Digital


2:10 - 2:50 PM

Blockchain in Enterprise

Himanshu Pandey


We will talk through our journey of setting up of the world's first enterprise-level blockchain in the market - how we started to learn about the technology, what were the main problems and how did we overcome them, and what went smoothly. We will also discuss the final design and technical decisions we would take if we are given a new VAKT-like project in future.


2:50 - 3:10 PM

Tea/Coffee Break


3:10 - 3:50 PM

Take the pain out of Browser Automation!

Nehashri Puttu Lokesh & Soumya Swaroop


Are you ready to challenge the existing beliefs centered around browser automation? Come explore Taiko; a free and open source library that has a Lean learning curve, with Easy APIs to quickly automate web applications and reduce test flakiness with a prerequisite of NodeJS.

Track 2


1:30 - 2:10 PM

Scaling Systems - one step at a time

Ranjan Sakalley - CTO, GoPay


A journey of building reliable systems that start with these basic building blocks:

1. Hire the right people (failures and learnings)

2. Build the right teams (makings of a good team)

3. Languages and platforms

4. Continuous Delivery - automation

5. Synchronous to eventually consistent systems

6. Cache misses

7. War rooms etc.


2:10 - 2:50 PM

AI for Governance

Dr.Vivek Raghavan & Samir Seth


Artificial Intelligence is having an impact on all aspects of human life. This talk will explore ways in which AI can improve the quality of governance. We will also discuss the prerequisites of effectively deploying AI technologies across various domains in governance.


2:50 - 3:10 PM

Tea/Coffee Break


3:10 - 3:50 PM

Build Security In

Harinee Muralinath & Neelu Tripathy


In this talk we look at the tenets of ‘Building Security into the Software’. We understand the important aspects of People, Processes/Practices and Tools in seamlessly upholding security. With agile and faster delivery becoming a norm, building security into the software is the best way to deliver secure software at the pace of DevOps. The talk also discusses challenges of dynamic technologies, customer contexts and tech stacks alongside applications and teams that keep scaling up.

Track 3


1:30 - 2:10 PM

Return of Reconfigurable Computing and its Impact on Software Development Industry

Harshal Hayatnagarkar & Bhimsen Padalkar


Custom-hardware development is known for its difficulties such as development costs, pace of execution, manufacturing costs and issues. And, reconfigurable computing (also known as Field Programmable Gate Arrays or FPGAs) steps in for the rescue - where a hardware design can be reconfigured for various functions, iteratively and incrementally. From a software point of view, it means that an algorithm is converted into a logic design to be run directly as hardware. One of its implications will be the evolution of the definition of full-stack development which will now also include hardware development. In this talk, we will explore the original vision as well as its impact on full-stack development in the field of custom-software development services. We will also briefly discuss ThoughtWorks' current work with TIFR-National Centre for Radio Astrophysics to employ FPGAs for large scale digital signal processing.



2:10 - 2:50 PM

A Journey on XR

Nithya N


Most of us like virtual/augmented reality experience; but how about building such games? This session is about one such journey of how it all started and my experience on XR development. This session also covers the relevance of virtual/augmented reality experience outside the gaming industry.


2:50 - 3:10 PM

Tea/Coffee Break


3:10 - 3:50 PM

Embracing a Service Mesh

Krishnaswamy Subramanian & Arvind Thangamani


With the growing number of microservices, it is getting difficult to manage the network operations, observability, release management, etc... to actually benefit from a microservices setup. In this session, we will see how a service mesh can help us in managing our microservices by reducing operational complexity and do it in a decoupled and scalable manner.

Meet the speakers

Martin Fowler

Chief Scientist, ThoughtWorks

Bharani Subramaniam

Market Tech Principal, ThoughtWorks

Lakshminarasimhan Sudarshan

Principal Consultant, ThoughtWorks

Dr.Vivek Raghavan

Chief Product Manager and Biometric Architect UIDAI

Samir Seth

Principal Architect, ThoughtWorks India

Harshal Hayatnagarkar 

Lead Computer Scientist - Engineering for Research Practice, ThoughtWorks

Bhimsen Padalkar

Research Engineer, ThoughtWorks India

Himanshu Pandey

Application Developer, ThoughtWorks India

Nehashri Puttu Lokesh

Developer, ThoughtWorks India

Soumya Swaroop

Quality Analyst, ThoughtWorks India

Harinee Muralinath

Security Practice Lead, ThoughtWorks India

Neelu Tripathy

Application Security Specialist , ThoughtWorks India



Nithya N

Application Developer, ThoughtWorks India

Krishnaswamy Subramanian

Lead Consultant & Office Tech Principal, ThoughtWorks India

Arvind Thangamani

Application Developer, ThoughtWorks India

Sauvik Banerjjee

Technology Leader, Tata Group Digital

Ranjan Sakalley

CTO, GoPay

Saptorsi Hore

COO, ThoughtWorks India

Location

Conrad Bengaluru

Kensington Road, Ulsoor

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