Branislav Jenco

Information & Communications Technology

JavaScript React Redux functional programming python Graphics

Oslo, Norway

Lightning Talks (Web)

Lightning talks (approx 10-15 minutes each)

Talk 1: Why you should think twice before choosing CosmosDB - Torstein Nicolaysen

CosmosDB promises some amazing things, and in all fairness, it’s a pretty cool product. My team have been using CosmosDB on system that require both high levels of performance and uptime. After hours of design sessions, experimentation, performance testing, rewriting the document structure, using new partition keys, faking consistency in the application and several other attempts to make it work for us, we are fairly certain that CosmosDB does not fit our context - despite being told that it should work. The system we work on is in production, and our experience is based on real-world usage.

This lightning talk will explain our scenario and why think you should think twice before choosing CosmosDB. It won’t be all doom and gloom, and we’ll end with some scenarios we think it’s well suited for.

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Talk 2: How we messed everything up but still got LoRa to the stratosphere - Sindre Lindstad

Back in the early 2010's people were sending all sorts of tech trash into space using helium balloons and styrofoam boxes.

A friend and I decided we wanted to do the same thing, but by making everything from scratch. All the way from the PCB's and antennas, down to the web API's and map applications to track it.

And we... sort of made it.

This is a story about technology, friendship, and lots and lots of duct tape.

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Talk 3: Mobile AR in 10 minutes - Kristina Simakova

A crash course into mobile AR. This talk will give you an overview and a current status on mobile AR technology and SDKs, its new features and shortcomings.

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Talk 4: I didn't know that - Stefan Judis

Web Development is a constant journey of new technologies and new things to learn. A year ago I started documenting and sharing all the tiny things that I didn't know before and stopped being anxious about others thinking that I'm not smart.

Let me tell you what I learned about JavaScript!

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Talk 5: What's cooking for JavaScript: a look at current TC39 proposals - Branislav Jenco

In this lightning talk, I go over the current proposals for new language features in JavaScript and their current status. Pipelines, decorators, null coalescing and more is coming, but when? And how will it look like?

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Branislav Jenco

Software Developer at Sesam

I'm a software developer at Sesam, an iPaaS company based in Oslo, where I'm dividing my time between frontend (React/Redux) and backend (Python).

I have previously worked as a full-stack developer at Nornir in Oslo. In 2016 I took a summer internship at CERN, where I built a small web application website for displaying data about beamlines operating in CERNs North & East Experimental Areas.

I have a Bachelor degree in Computer Graphics and Visualizations from Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. Currently I am also studying for a Masters degree at IFI UiO in Oslo. I enjoy solving problems that deal with processing and visualizing data and I'm interested in developer tooling, programming language theory and software architecture. I'm a big fan of React's declarative programming model.

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