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Lilach is tech lead at Healthy.io, a medical tech company focused on making medical care accessible to people in their own homes using their smartphone camera only. She is a true believer in social equality, accessibility and providing safe spaces for the promotion of minorities and the bridging of social and gender gaps.
From an early age, Lilach has been passionate about understanding how things work, whether it is a home chemistry experiment, baking a cake, solving her way through a computer quest or writing the code that makes it work.
After completing a Bsc in Physics and Chemistry Lilach decided she wanted to make things as well as understand them. She self-taught her way into software development, beginning with frontend development and finding her groove in backend development.
Prior to her studies Lilach spent a couple of years as a pastry chef in various patisseries and a gourmet catering company, where she met her partner. They live in south Tel Aviv with their 6 year old daughter and 3 year old twins.

Lilach Ritter

Tech Lead
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Hebrew, English
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!


Cracking Into Black Boxes

Software Engineering, Backend, DevOps

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Modern software systems require many integrations on a daily basis, handling an integrating with an undocumented system can be like cracking into a black box.
As a tech lead for a product in the Healthcare systems I often need to integrate with various health systems aka black boxes.
In our session we will dive into examples and learn how to magically open black boxes and how to make sure we close the loop and get back an acknowledgement of success.
I will share some of my experience and techniques to establish ‘black box best practices’.

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Cracking Into Black Boxes







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