Hello everyone, I’m Dekai Wah, currently an intern at LINE’s Game Security Department. In our department, we work on different facets of securing games from cheating behavior. These could range from obfuscating code to analysis of suspicious behavior on our game servers. In this project, my teammate Yoshiki Kusama and I analyzed the game data retrieved from our […]
I’m Miki from the Developer Success Team.
LINE DEVELOPER DAY is a technical conference for engineers where we will introduce the challenges and initiatives in the technical field of LINE’s various services. This year’s conference will be held online for three days from November 25th to 27th.
The conference will offer over 150 sessions over 3 days, divided into specialized tracks for each technology area as follows
- Day1 : AI/Data, Server Side LINE Platform, Security, Infrastructure, Corporate IT, Others
- Day2 : AI/Data, Server Side Application, Client, Frontend, Test/QA, Others
- Day3 : AI/Data, Fintech, Blockchain, Developer Product, OSS, Product Management, Team & Process, Design, Others
In order to give you a fragmented view of the conference content, we have released the movies of pre-interviews with the speakers. Since it’s difficult to introduce all the speakers, we’ve included 8 speakers from AI/Data, Server Side LINE Platform, Security, Infrastructure, Server Side Application, Client, Frontend and Developer Product. We’ve picked up a speaker from each category and asked them to give us an outline of the session they were in charge of, as well as a subjective view of what LINE DEVELOPER DAY 2020 is all about.
Hi, this is Momoki from the Developer Success Team.
During LINE DEVELOPER DAY 2020, scheduled to be held online November 25-27, 26 of the 156 sessions will be held in a multi-person panel discussion format with a theme.
In this article, you will find session summaries and speaker profiles for the 10 sessions that will be conducted in a panel discussion format with guests.
Hi, I’m Momoki from the Developer Success team.
We are pleased to announce that we have updated the session list for LINE DEVELOPER DAY 2020, which will be held online for three days from November 25th to 27th.
More than 200 people, mostly engineers from LINE and its affiliates, will be speaking at this year’s LINE DEV DAY, with a total of 156 sessions planned.
There will be 30 sessions (20 lectures and 10 panel discussions) with a total of 36 domestic and international guest speakers.
This article will provide a summary of the 20 guest lecture sessions at LINE DEVELOPER DAY 2020, as well as profiles of the speakers.
Greetings! Today I’m going to write about my experience as an intern working on LFMS – the LINE Firewall Management Service – and more specifically, how I designed a part of it called Service Risk Scoring. But first, let me quickly introduce myself. My name is Valeri Haralanov – in English-speaking contexts I go by the […]
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In this blog post, I would like to talk about the development of monitorable applications with Prometheus. I will also introduce one of the personal projects I work on in my free time which can help with the development of such applications – Metricat. Observability Observability has become one of the essential characteristics of modern […]