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Composability.dev is focused on evolving the community around composable architecture. All speakers are experts from the field working with composability.

July 27th @ 9:00 AM PDT

Action Packed Composability
Action Packed Composability

Github

Action Packed Composability
Engineers invest a lot of effort into designing and developing composable architecture, but sometimes neglect to implement good practices for testing, releasing, and deploying. Fortunately, GitHub is more than a place to store your monolith or your microservice. It includes methods to automate almost anything including your CI/CD pipeline. In this talk, Rizel will make implementing CI/CD and other best DevOps practices easy for frontend developers and early career developers with GitHub Actions.

July 27th @ 9:30 AM PDT

Nuxt and the Composable Web
Nuxt and the Composable Web

Nuxt

Nuxt and the Composable Web
In this presentation, we'll take a tour of Nuxt 3, creating, building and deploying a real, live-coded app to a serverless environment. We'll talk about how changing requirements in today's serverless world require frameworks to change, and how that makes a difference for UX and performance. Along the way, we'll also explore how Nuxt 3 makes developer life easier, some cool new features from the CLI and available within nitropack, the new rendering framework designed for the edge, plus a sneak peek of what's coming next.

July 27th @ 10:00 AM PDT

Take it from a rockstar: Developers are the new rockstars
Take it from a rockstar: Developers are the new rockstars

Everly Health

Take it from a rockstar: Developers are the new rockstars
Most developers should probably be making more money. With compensation packages reaching an all-time high, let’s discuss how to gain the leverage necessary to push your career as a developer even further, and the infrastructure necessary to make it a reality.

July 27th @ 11:00 AM PDT

Autonomous APIs
Autonomous APIs

Superface AI

Autonomous APIs
In 2021 the worldwide cost of API development passed 100bn USD. The global pandemic further accelerated the push for digital transformation. Together with the rise of microservices, the need for connecting reached an all-time maximum.

July 27th @ 11:30 AM PDT

Buying Time
Buying Time

Ping.gg

Buying Time
We'll be talking about technical decision making, comparision of meta frameworks, and modular building. Throughout this talk we'll discuss lessons learned and the costs associated with the process.

July 27th @ 12:00 PDT

Build vs. Buy Live Panel Twitter Spaces
Build vs. Buy Live Panel Twitter Spaces

JavaScript jam

Build vs. Buy Live Panel Twitter Spaces
A composable architecture is like a set of Lego bricks pieced together from various services and systems. In this panel discussion we’ll discuss how to decide which of those elements in your tech stack you should "build" in house and which ones make sense to "buy" instead from a vendor. For example, is there an ideal stack for teams just starting out? What are the best strategies for deciding when and how to use 3rd party services? What role does open source play in selecting elements of your stack? Come join our discussion with panelists from across the industry to find out the answers to these questions and more.

July 27th @ 10:30 AM PDT

Composable DIY
Composable DIY

Toklas.xyz

Composable DIY
How to do composable architecture with a start up budget? This is at the core of composability. We'll explore how to make technology decisions when building applications with constraints.

July 28th @ 9:00 AM PDT

The perfect front-end for composable commerce
The perfect front-end for composable commerce

Vue Storefront

The perfect front-end for composable commerce
In this talk, the CTO and co-founder of Vue Storefront will cover how to build the perfect front-end for ecommerce. We’ll cover the core requirements on design, speed, SEO, and content that an ideal ecommerce front-end should meet and discuss how a composable architecture helps you meet those goals.

July 28th @ 9:30 AM PDT

Composable Design Systems: Scaling design across teams and frameworks
Composable Design Systems: Scaling design across teams and frameworks

Agnostic UI

Composable Design Systems: Scaling design across teams and frameworks
Is your polyglot team of developers tired of being beholden to a single framework like React? Well…FOMO no more! Tooling like Astro and AgnosticUI allow you to use multiple UI frameworks to deliver consistently branded micro frontends. Think of it—one team writes the Header and Footer in Svelte, another the Sidebar and Ads widget in React, and finally another uses build-time Astro components or Vue to server-render the rest. In this talk, Rob Levin—the creator of AgnosticUI—shows you how.

July 28th @ 10:00 AM PDT

Loosely or lousily coupled? Understanding communication patterns in composable architectures
Loosely or lousily coupled? Understanding communication patterns in composable architectures

Camunda

Loosely or lousily coupled? Understanding communication patterns in composable architectures
Modern architectures consist of many distributed components or services, which shall be as loosely coupled as possible to make them reusable and composable. Still, they need to communicate with each other in order to fulfill business requirements. Is event streaming always the best approach, or when should you look at asynchronous messaging, or REST? Where do you hit limits? What are the tradeoffs, and how does all of this influence coupling of your components? This talk will help you answer important questions for your project. You will better understand not only the architectural implications but also the effect on the productivity of your teams.

July 28th @ 10:30 AM PDT

Building Composable Applications for Global Economic Network

Digital Assets

Building Composable Applications for Global Economic Network
Building composable applications is a key requirement for any ecosystem to thrive and grow organically. This is true even more for financial applications that work on DLTs and Blockchains (and even databases) providing services that are extensible without having to rewrite/redeploy systems and software infrastructure. In this presentation, we’ll talk about how domain specific languages alongside privacy-enabled DLT frameworks can be leveraged to build composable applications that can form the building blocks for the next generation of economic network where transactions and assets can operate across organizational and national boundaries. We’ll zoom in on the issues of trust and privacy which is paramount to a successful adoption of any enterprise wide DLT or blockchain framework in an enterprise context, where privacy and authorizations have to be built into the application and code base from day 1.

July 28th @ 11:00 AM PDT

Why the perfect framework is not NextJS
Why the perfect framework is not NextJS

EverFund

Why the perfect framework is not NextJS
The perfect framework is not NextJS, but let's kick off with what is a framework and why Next has become so prevalent over Gatsby and others. We'll be diving through the third age of JavaScript Frameworks to understand what's the next trend in Composability.

July 28th @ 11:30 AM PDT

How to View and React without a Head
How to View and React without a Head

Storyblok

How to View and React without a Head
You might have heard about Headless CMS. This new type of content platform gives us some benefits compared to a monolithic architecture. We will talk about the key features of any Headless CMS and how we can integrate a headless platform into our React applications. We will focus on Storyblok, a headless CMS that organizes the content following a composable approach, and offers a real-time Visual Editor, a great feature for developers and content creators.

July 28th @ 12:00 PM PDT

Composable Databases: Why use an ORM
Composable Databases: Why use an ORM

Prsima

Composable Databases: Why use an ORM
In a world where technology is constantly advancing and changing, vendor lock-in becomes a big concern for many teams. Databases specifically can be a big task to switch to a newer technology. In this talk, we will take a look at how Prisma, and ORMs in general, aid in these database transitions and, in some cases, make the transition smooth and easy.

July 28th @ 12:30 PM PDT

To SaaS or not to SaaS?
To SaaS or not to SaaS?

Talon.one

To SaaS or not to SaaS?
Get up and runing with lengthy internal development and situate whether or not technical debt is needed to maintain features, processes, and going forward. Learn how to optimize scalability without the technical concerns and avoid rolling maintence, development, and QA Costs.

July 28th @ 1:00 PM PDT

What’s sbom and what is it good for – ingredients list of software
What’s sbom and what is it good for – ingredients list of software

Scribe Security

What’s sbom and what is it good for - ingredients list of software
SBOM (Software bill of materials) is like an ingredient list for your software artifact. it can help you see dependencies all the way through your software supply chain. like a food ingredient list It allows you to see if there is anything in that software you might be 'allergic' to - be it a specific package or a specific package license. in a world where 80% of code is open-source with unclear provenance, increasing the visibility of what it is you're getting or delivering has a lot of value in increasing software trust. I'll show you what the minimum requirements of an SBOM are, cover some recent US regulations requiring the use of an SBOM, and demonstrate an open-source tool for creating SBOMs from docker images.

July 28th @ 1:30 PM PDT

Manifesto in Hiring
Manifesto in Hiring

Vaco

Manifesto in Hiring
This talk is focused more for leaders within organizations as a checklist of topics that you need to consider to help scale your team/company. This talk goes over interviewing process, recruiting strategy, and how to write a job description to land top job seekers. If you are a job seeker, I would still listen to this talk because it will give you a behind the scenes in hiring that will allow you to navigate the job search a little easier.

July 29th @ 9:00 AM PDT

Micro Frontend and Web Components and Stencil
Micro Frontend and Web Components and Stencil

Stencil

Micro Frontend and Web Components and Stencil
As applications continue to grow in scale and complexity, organizations are continually implementing new architectural patterns to maintain a fast development pace. Many companies are seeing issues of scale in their frontend applications and they’re turning to micro frontends to combat this. Micro frontends are a very composable pattern, but many don’t realize that not all methods of building micro frontends were created equal. In this talk, we’ll take a look at how to build micro frontends as web components with Stencil. We’ll see how web components can make micro frontends framework agnostic and therefore more easily composable.

July 29th @ 9:30 AM PDT

Data Privacy in a Composable Architecture
Data Privacy in a Composable Architecture

Skyflow

Data Privacy in a Composable Architecture
Modern and composable architectures can sometimes comes with a hidden cost. Sensitive user data, such as things like a user's name, email, and home address, ends up being copied and fragmented throughout our composable architecture, ending up in our log files, application storage, caching systems, and data warehouses. It’s easy for a business to quickly lose track of why, when, where, and what sensitive user data is being stored. However, keeping sensitive user data out of these locations is critical to reducing the risk of a data breach and ensuring compliance with requirements like data residency, PCI, and beyond. In this talk, we'll show how you can solve challenges like data security, privacy, and compliance with a data privacy vault, an architectural pattern that isolates, secures, stores, and tightly controls access to manage and use sensitive data. With a data privacy vault, your valuable data, such as customer PII, is removed from your general purpose systems and databases and placed in a separate, hardened environment while remaining accessible for critical workflows. Using real-world examples, we’ll show how the data privacy vault simplifies and solves data privacy for a number of use cases like de-identification of data in an analytics pipeline and data residency.

July 29th @ 10:00 AM PDT

Securing the Composable Software Supply Chain
Securing the Composable Software Supply Chain

Cycode

Securing the Composable Software Supply Chain
Security tools have a fundamental problem: many tools, particularly point solutions, don’t look at the software development process in-context. Without this complex data, security tools lack the insights to create accurate, reliable results. SCA, DAST have failed to deliver on their promises–false positives, lack of integrity verification processes, and the many security gaps that remain beg the question: why are w

July 29th @ 10:30 AM PDT

The modern digital pipeline, the future is composable.
The modern digital pipeline, the future is composable.

Uniform.dev

The modern digital pipeline, the future is composable.
Nowadays we are faced with an ever-expanding landscape of headless technologies like commerce, CMS, asset management, payments, and many more. All these services are API-first and this comes with a new paradigm: there is no more origin server. All the magic happens on the CDN and the CDN edge including serverless and workers. JavaScript sits at the centre of all this innovation.

July 29th @ 11:00 AM PDT

Federating the Content Layer
Federating the Content Layer

Hygraph

Federating the Content Layer
While cross-platform content consumption and API-first delivery became the new normal, content architectures are growing increasingly complex again. With the rise of best-of-breed systems design and modular architectures, content is now maintained in a myriad of disconnected data silos, resulting in an overwhelming complexity. The risk of serving outdated data and lack of data consistency in distributed architectures is becoming a maintenance burden. Many organizations perceive custom middleware development as a solution to these challenges, but building and maintaining this is time-consuming and complex.

July 29th @ 11:30 AM PDT

Composability Through Snippets: Code 10x faster by composing your code
Composability Through Snippets: Code 10x faster by composing your code

Codiga

Composability Through Snippets: Code 10x faster by composing your code
We've all been there: finding and adapting a snippet from a resource like StackOverflow. What if I told you that this is actually the foundation for a new way of looking at writing your code. In this talk, we'll cover how coding snippets bring a new dimension to composability and code reuse. We'll explore a variety of tools including Cacher, Github Co-pilot, and Codiga and how tooling for code snippets can boost your developer productivity.

July 29th @ 12:00 PM PDT

A crash course in Web3 for Web2 Developers
A crash course in Web3 for Web2 Developers

QuickNode

A crash course in Web3 for Web2 Developers
Surprise! Web3 is composable and decentralized, Web3 applications are built with decoupled, Jamstack principles. In this talk, I’ll walk through how current web developers can feel right at home in this new paradigm by understanding the basics of smart contracts and how they interact with well known frontend clients and web application interfaces.

July 29th @ 12:30 PM PDT

Chaos Engineering for Cloud-Native Application Resiliency
Chaos Engineering for Cloud-Native Application Resiliency

Harness

Chaos Engineering for Cloud-Native Application Resiliency
Understanding the Chaos of applications and how making Kubernetes Resilient with Litmus Chaos can assist prevention in major outages and issues.

July 29th @ 1:00 PM PDT

Composability in data – The challenges and opportunities
Composability in data – The challenges and opportunities

Open Metadata

Composability in data - The challenges and opportunities
Digital transformation is reshaping many industries powered by data. In the past decade, billions of dollars have been invested in data platforms and tools that have made storing and processing data scale accessible. But the transformation to being data-driven has been too quick, reactive, and chaotic. Data is unreliable, unproductive, and hard to get right. This stems from the lack of data culture in the organization where development methodologies and processes to streamline data are non-existent. In this talk, we talk about the current state of Composability in data and discuss the challenges and opportunities. We also present how OpenMetadata, one of the fastest growing open source projects solves some of the issues in data composability.

July 29th @ 1:30 PM PDT

Composable Commerce Case Study: Family Optic
Composable Commerce Case Study: Family Optic

X-One + Shopware

Composable Commerce Case Study: Family Optic
A story detailing the unification of customer experience through PWA implementation in an omnichannel environment of Family Optic. Deep dive into technical implementation of SEO optimized, composable ecommerce with glasses configurator, virtual mirror, prescription management, appointment registration and performance optimization through Shopware PWA, caching strategies, image processing and tons of coffee 🙂

Who's Talking About
Composable Architecture

Composable architecture has many different names, but one thing is certain is that it's the future of enterprise applications, here are some of the industry leaders sharing their opinions.

Future Of Business is Composable

API-First Architecture

MACH-Centric Approach

The coming SMOKEstack

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