On October 11th, 2013 I participated in the first ever OpenSlava conference (www.openslava.sk).
Located in Bratislava, Slovakia, this conference was devoted to the latest and greatest around Java and open source technologies. With talks about dynamic languages, Node.js, data architectures or automated infrastructure provisioning with Chef, OpenSlava tried to establish itself as a reference in the region, and I really thing it exceeded all expectations.
Excellent organization, impressive selection of topics and warm and crowded reception by academicals, students and professionals from the region. I fell honoured to have been part of it.
The talk I contributed with was “Next-generation IDEs”. A journey trough IDE features and characteristics from the point of view of three people: Lisa, an undergraduate student; Stefan, and enterprise developer with 2 years IT experience; and Adam, a hardcore developer with many years of experience, passionate about coding and contributor to open source projects. While each of them focus on the IDE with different priorities, their collective experiences and needs will help us to determine which characteristics a Next-generation IDE would have.
Deck and session recordings will be made public on conference site shortly, but in the meantime you can get the slides directly in the link below: