Jamie Coleman
Sonatype
Jamie is a Developer Advocate for Sonatype formally IBM, based in the UK. He talks about the importance of security in software, improving developer productivity and raising awareness about energy consumption of technology.Passionate about discovering ways to help reduce developers carbon footprint, he is also a subject matter expert in containerised solutions and build technologies. He fell in love with Java at University and has gone on to talk at many conferences about using Java with microservices and related technologies. He has worked on a wide variety of projects such as modernising IBM CICS mainframe testing infrastructure, creating, and automating the creation of Docker images for IBM’s products and contributing to a DevOps pipeline offering.
What if you had a magic wand that could help you do your everyday chores? With the rise of magical AI systems like ChatGPT is this becoming a reality? Other than creating some basic code, writing tv scripts and generally scaring society a little, what else could this magic be used for?
Developers all have similar repetitive responsibilities that realistically after a few times seem like plain sense. That could be something like creating the bare bones of an application, checking PR’s for best coding practices, finding bugs in your code, or checking your dependencies to make sure they are not vulnerable. The potential of AI systems in everyday developer life is huge!
In this session, we will talk about the current state of AI, how it is changing our lives and what tools that leverage this magic are available today that can make us more productive. Mastering the dark arts of automation and knowing what AI is capable of can allow us as developers to spend more time doing other things while making our applications more secure, performant, durable, and maintainable. While this magic is not going to replace us any time soon, it sure can make our lives much easier!
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