Tuesday: NoSQL Day
|Smart phones||Smart phones||Smart phones|
|Architecture||Cloud & nosql||Patterns|
|Web development||Web development||Social media|
|Collaboration||Realizing business ideas||Software craftsmanship|
The demands placed on the systems we build keep growing: handle more users, offer more intelligent behavior, parallelize development and deployment, manage partial failures in applications, offer Operations insight and the ability to tweak the systems at runtime, etc.
10:15 - 11:05
Hear how Windows Identity Foundation makes advanced identity capabilities and open standards first class citizens in the .NET Framework. Learn how the Claims Based access model integrates seamlessly with the traditional .NET identity object model while also giving developers complete control over every aspect of authentication, authorization, and identity-driven app. behavior. See examples of the point and click tooling with tight VS integration, advanced STS capabilities, and much more.
Vittorio is a Senior Architect Evangelist in DPE and member of the extended engineering team that produces Microsoft's claims-based platform (e.g. Windows Identity Foundation WIF, AD FS 2.0). As an identity evangelist for the .NET dev community he runs the Identity Developer Training Kit and the IdElement show on Channel9.
Vittorio speaks about identity and is a prominent authority on WIF, Windows Azure and .NET. He is co-author of two books on identity and has a third book on the way
11:20 - 12:10
Jon is a software engineer working in the Mobile team at Google's London office. While his day job primarily involves Java code, Jon is a huge C# enthusiast. His book on the language, “C# in Depth” is now in its second edition. He is probably best known for his contributions to Stack Overflow, the developer Q&A web site – although before Stack Overflow he was a prolific newsgroup poster.
Jon has an honours degree in mathematics and a diploma in computer science, both from Cambridge.
13:10 - 14:00
This session will introduce a series of things that will make you a better object oriented programmer and more importantly give you explanations on the thought processes behind the ideas.
14:15 - 15:05
in this session you will learn about the tools I use every day to speed up my work, to help me think better, to help me plan better and execute faster, to find errors faster, to automate easier and to be better at what I do. Bring a pen and paper - you'll need them!
The chief architect at Typemock, Roy Osherove is one of the original ALT.NET organizers. He consults and trains teams worldwide on the gentle art of unit testingand test-driven development. He frequently speaks at international conferences such as TechEd and JAOO. Roy is the author of the book The Art of Unit Testing, and writes about subjects such as unit testing, TDD Team Leadership and agile development on his blog is atISerializable.com.
15:35 - 16:25
ASP.NET MVC is great for building one off applications to solve specific problems, but not much time is given to how we can use the extensibility model built into the framework to allow our own plug-ins to add/modify functionality or create theming systems for multiple customers.
In this session we'll not only cover the entry points we can use for this, but actually go into detail on the implementation to create our own highly flexible applications.
Rob Ashton is the technical lead for an SME based in Oxfordshire, England. He designs and builds software in C# on a primarily open source stack and is passionate about good design and continuous improvement.
When not being overworked in his day job, Rob spends his time trying out the latest open source projects and contributing where he can by fixing bugs, adding features, removing pain-points and writing documentation and blog entries where needed.