This year's Scala eXchange conference in London was opened by Martin Odersky's keynote who talked about his recent efforts to overcome binary compatibility problems that has been around in Scala ever since it became popular.
The keynote by David Allen was excellent. He was basically talking about the contents of his book Getting Things Done. He claims to be a lazy person and probably most of us are. But not for everyone means this a drive to become more efficient, more productive. By using the right techniques, you can use this…
The speech by Andrew Godwin was actually more interesting that what its title would suggest. He covered many of PostgreSQL's features which make it superior to MySQL.