AV-Comparatives is an independent lab dedicated to testing security software, which regularly releases test results to the public. Every antivirus product in the test is required to demonstrate its protection capabilities in various test areas. When challenging the leading vendors of the industry with unfavourable results, you better have a robust methodology. In this talk we present insights to one of our testing frameworks, showcase some typical applications and give an outlook to the future of the project.
The aim of the event is to give you an understanding of recommendation systems and their benefits. First, we briefly present the basics of recommender systems. We then discuss use cases from practice to see how companies can benefit from predictive modeling.
With one security vulnerability chasing the next through tech news, we all know that security is an important part of software engineering. But how come I still see the same common, avoidable flaws in code audits? In this talk we’ll take a brief tour through some common vulnerabilities every developer should know about and discuss sustainable procedures to prevent them.
David Gstir is a security researcher and software engineer at sigma star gmbh with 15+ years of hands-on experience in designing, engineering and auditing software for various use cases. He obtained a master's degree in computer sciences from the University of Technology Graz, Austria where he specialized in IT security and cryptography.
What could possibly go wrong if a startup scales from a handful of developers to a company with 30 people? All of a sudden I found myself in the position of handling 10 developers and had to care about more than just the next pull request. Together we will take a look into the past and I will present some of our biggest challenges and personal learnings from growing and organizing a bunch of motivated developers without knowing where the journey will end. While theory explains you the easy way, practice always looks different. And who the heck is responsible for buying coffee beans and milk??
Chris is a software engineer and development lead at Txture - a startup based in Innsbruck. Besides his work he is passionate about analyzing and visualizing outdoor sport activity data.
Explaining the journey of building a backend fitness platform from scratch as a distributed system on large scale, also covering a high-level architecture of the whole system. What's the story behind and how I got involved, what where the general requirements, the launch drama and handling traffic while working with one of the biggest fitness influencers.
In this talk, we will explore agile methodologies and their impact on organizations. We will discuss agile structures, Scrum, stakeholder involvement, team dynamics, the 'Flowmaster' concept, working without hierarchies, and challenges in agile environments.
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