IT Lightning Talks: session #24

31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre (CERN)

31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre


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Pedro Ferreira (CERN), Sebastian Lopienski (CERN), Hugo Gonzalez Labrador (CERN), Alberto Di Meglio (CERN)

IT Lightning Talks (ITLT) are short presentations on any topic related to computing technology or to the IT department. See more here:

    • 10:00 AM 10:03 AM
      Welcome 3m
      Speakers: Hugo Gonzalez Labrador (CERN), Pedro Ferreira (CERN), Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)
    • 10:03 AM 10:10 AM
      How to build your mech keyboard 7m

      What if you want to build your own mechanical keyboard instead of buying one? For starters, you are guaranteed have more fun! In this talk I will give you some tips to avoid frustrations, and some info on tools and materials you will need.

      Speaker: Javier Ferrer (CERN)
    • 10:10 AM 10:17 AM
      Ditching Vim for Kakoune 7m

      Story of a Vim user switching a text editor, bringing back opinions and experiences.

      Speaker: Robert Vasek (CERN)
    • 10:17 AM 10:24 AM
      Query your Cloud Infrastructure interactively with Steampipe! 7m

      Cloud infrastructures tends to have lots of moving pieces: containers, loadbalancers, virtual machines, databases etc.
      Steampipe is a tool that allows querying all these pieces through a single interface with SQL.
      Are you tired of writing brittle Bash and JQ scripts? Then this is the tool for you!

      Speaker: Jack Henschel (CERN)
    • 10:24 AM 10:31 AM
      Play right with Playwright: Easy UI testing 7m

      This talk showcases how Playwright can simplify UI testing for developers. Playwright is an open-source tool that allows developers to automate UI tests in multiple browsers and devices, making the testing process faster and more efficient.

      Speaker: Elizaveta Ragozina (CERN)
    • 10:31 AM 10:38 AM
      Open Source It Right (with REUSE and SPDX) 7m

      Do you care about properly licensing your code, or you just put it "out there in gitsomething"? We clarify a couple of key concepts on Open Source and present a set of guidelines and specifications you can adopt to help humans and machines interact with your code.

      Speaker: Giacomo Tenaglia (CERN)
    • 10:38 AM 10:45 AM
      Malware intelligence analysis for better Windows protection @ CERN 7m

      Threatray is a company that proposes new way to identifying malware on the Windows PCs – by scanning memory of running processes, identifying “suspicious” regions and analyzing them to identify the malware, also in retrospect! CERN Security Team and Threatray found a mutually beneficial relationship to improve security posture of our Windows devices and put in place another mechanism for protecting us from possible threats.

      Speaker: Roman Sumailov (CERN)