Silicon Valley Code Camp has chosen a few subject areas that have been organized into tracks. These tracks are designed and scheduled so that if you have a specific interest in the track theme you can attend all the sessions associated with that track in an order that makes sense with minimal overlap. Tracks are always of the highest quality content and are organized by a track lead, typically from one of our top sponsors. This does not mean that there are not other sessions in the same theme as the track, but those other sessions may overlap.
- The Intersection of Quantum Computing, AI and Cryptography Quantum has the potential to revolutionize the way data is encrypted, decrypted, processed and queried, and applies a new processing paradigm to extant problem spaces. But how much of this is buzzwords and hype, and how much is implementable?
- A Gentle Intro to Reactive Java Programming and Systems As Java is an object-oriented language that inherently supports the imperative programming style, asynchronicity presents a challenge that can turn the code into nightmare. Reactive programming and systems are new ways to handle the complexity.
- IBM Blockchain Platform and VS Code: Globalizing the world of Supply Chain In this session we will begin by looking at VS Code and the brand new cloud-based IBM Blockchain Platform to see how we develop Blockchain apps for Supply Chain. We'll also look at some other up-and coming dev tools.
- Top three use cases for Serverless with Examples You will learn what serverless is and the top three use cases for this technology including creating APIs, microservices and event driven programming. We will look at key concepts and example code.
- Deploy deep learning models as a web microservice in minutes Seamlessly serve state-of-the-art deep learning models as web microservices in minutes and create an application around it without having prior deep learning experience.
- Visualizing Real-time Interactive Financial Data Charts Using React Native Trading cryptocurrencies professionally can require visualizing vast amounts of data in the form of candle charts, depth charts, and order books. This talk is about how to build these high performance real-time interactive charts with React Native.
- React Is Your Friend: A Gentle Intro to the React Library Where React has been and where it's going, an in-depth look at the React library.
- STAR Apps: Design Systems, TypeScript, Apollo GraphQL, and React A new front-end stack is emerging, with one theme - constraints that scale. They involve building Design Systems and TypeScript for consistency, Apollo GraphQL, and server- or statically-rendered React.
- The Web Got so Good You Can Build a Startup in 1 Day 10 years ago, building for the web was pretty hard. Nowadays you can conceptualize and launch a product in 1 day. React for the webapp, a UI kit for design, Gatsby to make it fast, GraphQL for data, Serverless for the backend. This is the future.
- Navigating the React Ecosystem Let’s walk through the tools that surround React and learn which you should prioritize learning first.
- Managing State in React Functionally with React Hooks Understand the basics of React's four basic Hooks (useState, useEffect, useContext and useReducer).