Session Name: Turtles All The Way Up: Harnessing Applied Category Theory for Cloud Native Innovation
In a rapidly evolving cloud native landscape, staying ahead of the curve is crucial for businesses aiming to navigate and succeed in the digital realm. Join us as we tap into the potential of Applied Category Theory (ACT) in empowering developers to leverage cloud native technologies like never before. With a focus on education and practicality, this talk will inspire developers of all skill levels to embark on a transformative journey. From memory safety and compiler design to quantum computing and cybersecurity, this talk will unravel the mysteries and complexities of ACT in a language accessible to all developers. We'll focus on how ACT facilitates a holistic approach to software design and verifiable, telemetry based regulation, from hardware to high-level languages, empowering you to build robust, efficient, and secure systems. Be prepared to embark on an exhilarating voyage, as we explore real-world case studies, industry best practices, and the future of cloud native innovation.
Sal is passionate about helping engineers, ethical hackers and digital enthusiasts understand the complexity of modern software development. With over a decade of experience as building cloud-native machine learning pipelines in the healthcare and tech for good sectors, their work is now focused on filling the cracks in the open source software supply chain to build a better digital future. By day, you'll find Sal working with site reliability engineers, DevOps and cybersecurity specialists to implement best tools and practices to remove toil from developer workflows. By night, you'll find Sal mentoring the next generation of engineers in cloud computing around the globe, making the world a better place through the clever use of math.