Meet Maarten Balliauw, Breandan Considine and Joyce Cho at Silicon Valley Code Camp taking place October 11th and 12th, 2014, in Los Altos Hills, California. This year, more than 4,300 people have registered for the free and popular SVCC event featuring 200+ sessions.
At the camp we will have a JetBrains booth where Maarten, Breandan and Joyce will be happy to share with you the latest news and product releases. Come with your questions in hand and be sure to save time for demos of IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, TeamCity and more.
We would like to invite you to our two sessions at SVCC.
Offline Speech Recognition for Mobile Developers with Breandan Considine
Sunday, October 12th, 2014, 9:15 AM
Automatic speech recognition has recently received enormous attention with the advent of cloud-based services such as Cortana, Siri, Majel and other virtual avatars. A recording comes from the device and is processed on a remote server, which sends some text back to the user. Round-trip latency is < 200 ms. Can we ever achieve better results with a microprocessor running FOSS or is speech truly a black box problem? State-of-the-art ASR libraries are certainly slower and less accurate, suggesting all of the innovation will happen inside a datacenter or microchip, behind NDAs and closed doors. We will review the state of offline ASR technology and attempt to deconstruct that notion. No prior speech recognition experience is required.
Breandan will broadcast a Hangout for his session if you would like to join online.
Using NuGet the Way You Should with Maarten Balliauw
Sunday, October 12th, 2014, 2:45 PM
A nice and blunt title! Consuming NuGet packages, that’s what everyone does. Open source projects create NuGet packages and post them on NuGet.org. Meanwhile, all of us are still working with shared projects and fighting relative paths, versioning and so on. In this talk, we’ll use Visual Studio, NuGet and TeamCity to work with NuGet the way you should. Project references must die! Add Package Reference is everything you will ever need.
For full details visit www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com. The team hopes to meet you there!