Tech talks, how-to sessions, case studies and a friendly community of professionals. We all make magic with our keyboards and mice, let’s learn new tricks and grow together.
Keyboards & Mice is where quality tech information meets community interaction. Engage with experienced tech professionals and find out about the latest developments and trends in technology, learn how others approach challenges and what they learn from.
Our speakers share from their hands-on experience and insights of their discoveries. This event will make you get your hands off your keyboards and mice and join the conversation on your favorite tech topics.
Entry is free. To book your seat, please fill in the form on the left.
- Time Session Speaker
17.30 -18.00Registration & Welcome Coffee-
18.00 – 18.05Welcome speechCatalin Mihacea, Head of Engineering, iQuest
18.05 – 18.30Life is all about FUN and GAMES @ LittleDragons CoderDojo SibiuAndreea Anghel, Technical Operations Engineer, iQuest Viorel Bota, Software Engineer, Continental
18.30 – 19.00DevSecOps hands-on - Securing your CI/CD Pipelines using open-source toolsOvidiu Cical, Cloud Security Architect, Cyscale - Automated Cloud Security
Cloud-native applications are (ideally) now delivered by a CI/CD pipeline in Kubernetes or Containerized environments. But they should also implement security and compliance. Hardening these pipelines involves tracking changes and implementing fixes along the way, before going into production.
What tools are available from the Open Source space? How to implement and use them?
19.00 – 19.30Coffee break-
19.30 – 20.00Your shortest guide to Azure AD AuthenticationEugen Rosenfeld, Practice Lead, iQuest
Authentication & Authorization can get very scary. Hopefully this will change in feature and the platforms will ease the implementation of these mechanisms. Let see if Azure succeeded already.
20.00 – 20.30Solid foundations for the new wave of software developers – the story of DevCoachGabriel Tudorica, Senior Software Engineer, iQuest
In my early days as a developer, I was always looking for guidance for proper learning, to take my “cowboy coding” to the next level. I want to give novices and students the lessons I wish I had had back then. In 2017, I started DevCoach, a blog with educational content for beginners, which gave me the idea of a learning framework.
20.30 - 22.00Networking over drinks & snacks-