Встреча с руководством и разработчиками фитнес-устройств Fitbit
19:10 Welcome speech from Fitbit
19:20 “Processes in Mobile teams at Fitbit. New approaches and mobile technologies used” Barry Burton, iOS Engineering Lead at Fitbit
20:00 “The move to Service oriented architecture #Microservices #Finagle”, James Waldrop, Principal Software Engineer at Fitbit
20:45 Panel Discussion with Principal Software Engineers and Co-founder of Fitbit
Barry Burton, iOS Engineering Lead at Fitbit
Currently leading the effort to build out both the mobile engineering team and initial native client interfaces for the Fitbit platform.
James Waldrop, Principal Software Engineer at Fitbit
Previous: Twitter, Senior Software Engineer & Senior Engineering Manager
Spent 4 years at Twitter, as an individual contributor was the lead engineer on several performance, scalability, and developer productivity efforts. As an engineering manager James was responsible for supporting an engineering organization that grew from ~250 to 1500 engineers over the same time period, with an IPO thrown in for good measure.
On a panel discussion Barry Burton and James Waldrop will join Peter Molettiere - Director of Engineering and Eric Friedman - CTO & Co-Founder at Fitbit, to answer your questions.
Peter Molettiere, Director of Engineering at Fitbit
Currently responsible for agile process implementation for a distributed engineering team of roughly 50 engineers, as well as architectural and technical oversight of all device->site network protocols, data storage for device data, and front end feature development.
Eric Friedman, CTO & Co-founder @ Fitbit
Eric Friedman is an experienced technologist who loves to create and scale innovative consumer applications. At CNET / Webshots, Eric led the engineering team for one of the largest photo sharing sites in the world, with 500+ million stored photos and 20+ million monthly visitors. Before Webshots, he was a co-founder of Windup Labs, which created HeyPix, one of the first P2P photo sharing applications. CNET Networks acquired Windup Labs in 2005. Prior to Windup Labs, Eric was a founding engineer of Epesi Technologies and was also a technical member of the Real-Time Collaboration Group at Microsoft. Eric has a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from Yale University.