Section: Dissemination



STAMP - Orange Test and Dev Day, Grenoble, France - Nov 2019

STAMP - Eastern Paris Dev Meetup, Lunatech, Chessy, France - Jul 2019

STAMP Breakout Session & Talks - OW2con'19, Orange Gardens, Paris Châtillon - Jun 2019

STAMP Workshop for EC-DGIT (European Commission DGIT) - Brussels - May 2019

STAMP - Devoxx Paris - Apr 2019

STAMP & CI testing automation - BreizhCamp 2019 - Mar 2019

STAMP Talk and Workshop - Station-F, Paris - Feb 2019

Tech talk at Alten - Rennes - Dec 2019

Tech talk at Harmonic - Cesson-Sévigné - Oct 2019

Tech talk at Veonum - Rennes - Sep 2019

Tech talk at Nokia - Rennes - Jun 2019

Tech talk at OrangeLabs : Hands-on Workshop - Cesson-Sévigné - May 2019

Tech talk at Solocal and Kereval - Rennes - Mar 2019

Tech talk at FaberNovel - Test amplification - Mar 2019

Sciences de l’Ingénieur au féminin - Lycée Sévigné, Cesson-Sévigné - Nov 2019

J'peux pas j'ai informatique - Inria, Rennes - Apr 2019

Petit-déjeuenr des métiers - Lycée Sévigné, Cesson-Sévigné - Mar 2019 (je ne suis pas sure de la date)

Devoxx 2019 - Les APIs hypermedia expliquées simplement (17-19 avril 2019) ("While web pages are full of hyperlinks and hypermedia, web APIs are not. However, augmenting web APIs with links is at the core of the REST architectural style, but only 5% of APIs actually do it. That’s right, only 5%, despite most people saying that they provide RESTful APIs. In this talk, we discuss what an hypermedia-powered API looks like, what problems of distributed systems integration and composition it can solve and what it would change in frontend code to have such APIs.

Embedded Linux conference Europe [54] – Given a configuration, can humans know in advance the size, the compilation time, or the boot time of a Linux kernel? Owing to the huge complexity of Linux (there are more than 15000 options with hard constraints and subtle interactions), machines should rather assist contributors and integrators in mastering the configuration space of the kernel. In this talk, we introduce TuxML an OSS tool based on Docker/Python to massively gather data about thousands of kernel configurations. Mathieu will describe how 200K+ configurations have been automatically built and how machine learning can exploit this information to predict properties of unseen Linux configurations, with different use cases (identification of influential/buggy options, finding of small kernels, etc.) The vision is that a continuous understanding of the configuration space is undoubtedly beneficial for the Linux community, yet several technical challenges remain in terms of infrastructure and automation.

API Days - Backend is the new frontend (9-11 décembre 2019)