Ignasi 'Iggy' Bosch

I'm passionate about programming, I simply love it. I like to learn and this industry brings to me the opportunity to discover new amazing stuff almost every single day. I worked with several different technologies. I spend the last years using Python though. I've worked with Scala, PHP, Java, Javascript too. Cassandra, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL some databases I used.

 David Beazley - Lambda Calculus from the Ground Up - PyCon 2019

These days, programming style guides are all the rage. However, what if your style guide was so restrictive that it only gave you single-argument functions and nothing else? No modules, no classes, no control flow, no data structures, and not even any primitives like integers or regular expressions. Just functions. Could you actually program anything at all? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. In this tutorial, you'll learn how as you work through a ground-up derivation of the lambda calculus in Python. You will learn nothing practically useful in this tutorial. No packaging. No tools. No libraries. No deployment. No magic Python programming techniques. And certainly learn nothing you would ever want to apply to a real project. You will, on the other hand, have a lot of fun, be completely amazed, and learn some foundational computer science that is a jumping off point for further explorations of functional programming, type theory, programming languages, and more.

David Beazley Lambda Calculus Video

Jun 4 2020

 Union sql injection

Year after year we find code injection in the OWASP 10. Despite this kind of vulnerability was discovered and reported more than twenty years ago, it seems not that easy to get rid of. SQL injections are one of these. Let's see some examples.

Security SQLi

Apr 7 2020

 Building Microservices with Go - Nic Jackson

Twice weekly live stream teaching you how to build Microservices using the Go programming language. Series Content: Over the weeks we will look at the following topics, teaching you everything you need to know regarding building microservices with the go programming language: - Introduction to microservices - RESTFul microservices - gRPC microservices - Packaging applications with Docker - Testing microservice - Continuous Delivery - Observability - Using Kubernetes - Debugging - Security - Asynchronous microservices - Caching - Microservice reliability using a Service Mesh

Go Microservices Playlist Video

Mar 24 2020

 PyCon Ireland 2019 - Unit & Integration Testing

Testing is an important part of the software development life cycle, however we don't always stress the importance of it. There are dozens of different types of testing and each one has its own purpose. In order to clarify/revisit two of the more common testing types used by developers, here are some concept definitions and best practices around them.

Testing Unit Testing Video

Mar 24 2020

 Security 101

Security in IT is a gigantic huge topic that is impossible to fully cover. In addition, it constantly evolves and almost every single day appears a new vulnerability, malware or God damn knows what technique in order to compromise a system.


Mar 18 2020

 Hacking Society

Bruce Schneier, Security Technologist, Researcher and Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School A computer security mindset is essential to understanding the security of complex technological systems. As we move into a world where all social, economic and political systems are to some extent technological, we need to extend this way of thinking. Come learn how to hack—and then defend—society’s core systems: elections, the market economy, lawmaking, tax policy, journalism and more.

Hacking Security Video

Mar 2 2020

 Kent Beck - 3X Explore/Expand/Extract

Before you can evaluate a method, you have to understand its goals. Before you can evaluate a style of software engineering, you have to understand its goals. Quick execution of experiments? Rapid scaling in the face of unexpected bottlenecks? Sustained, profitable growth? Each goals requires a different style and yet we talk about software engineering as if it should be one thing. This talk introduces 3X and the ways software development, quality assurance, design, management, financing, planning, and staffing change depending on the goal of development. Consistently challenges software engineering dogma, promoting ideas like patterns, test-driven development, and Extreme Programming. Currently affiliated with Three Rivers Institute and Agitar Software, he is the author of many Addison-Wesley titles.

Kent Beck Software Engineering Video

Feb 21 2020

 YOW! Perth 2019 - Gregor Hohpe - Architects live in the first derivative

No organization ever complained that their IT department was delivering too fast. However, as technologies evolve ever more quickly and product cycle times keep shorting, it’s difficult for any development team or IT organization to be fast enough. As these organizations try many things to move faster, from adopting Lean and Devops approaches, moving to the cloud, to working weekends or paying bigger bonuses. Slowly many of them realize that increasing velocity is about more than just moving a bit faster. It takes a fundamentally different mindset – one that looks at the first derivative. This talk takes a fresh look why moving faster isn’t just about speeding things up and dissects both systems and organizational architectures that are built for economies of speed. Gregor is a recognized thought leader on asynchronous messaging and service-oriented architectures. He is widely known as co-author of the seminal book “Enterprise Integration Patterns” and as frequent speaker at conferences around the world. He is an active member of the IEEE Software editorial advisory board. He has documented his experience as an architect driving IT transformation in the eBook "37 Things One Architect Knows".

Architecture Video

Feb 20 2020