What substitutions did you make to spice things up? Show us your most ingenious hacks, kludges, work-arounds, and duct-tape jobs. It doesn’t have to be elegant, it just has to work!
Hacks are clever, sometimes not. They break the rules. They force the available material into doing what you need or want. Some hacks are illegal, and some just make you proud and/or embarrassed that it worked. Sometimes a hack is the only way. Show the world how you make your hardware and software obey your every whim. Example topics from the past include “Control Emacs with Your Beard: the All-Singing All-Dancing Intro to Hacking the Kinect” and “Location-Based Hacks – How to Automate Your Life with SMS and GPS.”
Proposals for this track
The new space industry is expanding rapidly, with huge opportunities for open-source contributions. This talk focuses on the case study of Asterank, software that makes space data easier to access and explore. Its analysis and visualization tools have been used in government, private industry, and schools. The project has made public space data more open and usable for millions of people.
|Hacks||2017-03-17 19:14:05 +0000|
How do you load code faster? Load less of it! I'll talk about how we used static analysis and aggressive refactoring to reduce the time to reload code after a change by 85%.
|Hacks||2017-03-29 17:00:35 +0000|
|Hacks||2017-03-29 20:27:46 +0000|
|M Edward Borasky|
This talk would explain how we used Ansible's master-slave provisioning orchestration to work around AWS Lambda's limits.
|Hacks||2017-03-13 12:28:28 +0000|
|Jalem Raj Raj Rohit|