DelhiFOSS is a conference which aims to bring software developers, policy makers, communities and enthusiasts together, so we can learn and inspire each other.
Why techies need to care about tech policy
by Nikhil Pahwa, Founder, Medianama
A dive into trends in technology policy, how they are being shaped and opportunities in reg-tech.
Pains, Processes & the Eventual Gains of Building Open-Source Hardtech projects
by Vipul Gupta
A talk on working in hard tech, pooling the collective expertise, product iterations, open-sourcing hardware projects, building feedback loops with costumers, product iteration, community, and launching a paid product.
Project website: BalenaOS
FFI: Powers of other programming languages in your hands
by Tanishq Singla
A talk on Foreign Function Interface, a mechanism that alllows your program to open a shared library and use its functions. It also covers Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) which can be loaded dynamically into your code, which help you keep a low memory footprint, prevent executables to have a large file size, and optimize load times.
The Redis Paradox: Beyond the Cache Horizon!
by Jatin K Malik, Principal Software Engineer @ Atlassian
The talk illustrates Redis' capabilities beyond traditional caching through the speaker's experiences at Uber and Atlassian, covers how Redis can be employed for real-time analytics, message brokering, session management, and geospatial data handling etc. Delves into technicalities of Redis's advanced features but also demonstrate how these can be creatively applied in various scenarios.