Speaker: Peter Alvaro

Computer Science Assistant Professor @UniversityofCalifornia
Peter Alvaro is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of California Santa Cruz. His research focuses on using data-centric languages and analysis techniques to build and reason about data-intensive distributed systems, in order to make them scalable, predictable and robust to the failures and nondeterminism endemic to large-scale distribution. Peter is the creator of the Dedalus language and co-creator of the Bloom language. While pursuing his PhD at while UC Berkeley, Peter co-developed and taught Programming the Cloud, an undergraduate course that explored distributed systems concepts through the lens of software development. Prior to attending Berkeley, Peter worked as a Senior Software Engineer in the data analytics team at Ask.com. Peter's principal research interests are databases, distributed systems and programming languages.

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Tracks

Discover some of the topics you will see at QCon London.

Architectures You've Always Wondered About

Hard-earned lessons from the names you know on scalability, reliability, security & performance.

Performance & Mechanical Sympathy

Wrangling computer architectures to achieve your performance goals.

Current Trends in Frontends

Emerging frameworks and tools for web & mobile frontends.

Developer Enablement - The Secret Weapon

How to supercharge developer productivity and happiness.

Innovations in ML Systems

Discover how to operationalize machine learning applications that are scalable, secure, interpretable.

Building and Evolving APIs

How would you design and implement your APIs if you were starting today?

Staff-Plus Engineer Path

What are the skills you need to develop if you want to stay on the technical track to technical lead, staff, or principal? What will it take to thrive in this type of role?

Debug, Analyze & Optimise... in Production!

Learn how to make the most out of your observability.

Resilient Architectures

Building systems that can handle failures.

Modern Java

New, shiny, and proven – making your Java life better.

Enterprise Blockchain

Using blockchain to deliver decentralized systems for the enterprise.

WebAssembly & Modern Systems Programming Languages

Writing efficient code with modern systems languages like Rust and WebAssembly

Next Generation Microservices: Building Distributed Systems the Right Way

Patterns for building, organizing, observing & operating microservices in the real world.

Modern Data Pipelines & DataMesh

Learn about emerging solutions for creating modern data pipelines for common data challenges.

Optimising for Speed & Flow

Discover processes, practices & organizational structures that can help us build & release faster.

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