Workshopparna går av stapeln fredagen den 31 maj i Cornerstones lokaler i Mörby Centrum, Danderyd.
Magnus Thor & Uffe Björklund
The workshop will be a mix of the session about Re-thinking real-time (Magnus Thor) and Real-time MVC (Uffe Björklund).
During a code intense day you will learn how to write real-time web-applications in a blink. The year of the browser (2013) provide us developers with a new set of possibilities, and we should not wait to take advantage of them!
Learn how to get the most out of your knowledge about existing patterns in combination with the new technology.
Fred Brooks said, ”How do we get great designers? Great designers design, of course.” So how do we get great architects? Great architects architect. But architecting a software system is a rare opportunity for the non-architect.
The kata is an ancient tradition, born of the martial arts, designed to give the student the opportunity to practice more than basics in a semi-realistic way. The coding kata, created by Dave Thomas, is an opportunity for the developer to try a language or tool to solve a problem slightly more complex than ”Hello world”.
The architectural kata, like the coding kata, is an opportunity for the student-architect to practice architecting a software system. In this workshop, we’ll do exactly that–architect. We’ll first go over what architecture means and what the architect does, but then the focus will be on doing it. Participants will be given problems to solve, create an architecture to solve it, then defend their architecture against challenges and monkey-wrenches thrown at them from all corners.
In short, you’ll be an architect without your job being on the line.
During this workshop, Eric will show you how to get started building modern web applications with HTML5. Eric will also walk through Windows Azure and how to use the Windows Azure Platform to provide the experience that users expect of modern web apps.
The web, more and more, is tightly integrated into our daily lifestyles. Our use of the web with social networking and rich media has increased radically over the past few years. Consumerization of sophisticated mobile devices has been one of the major drivers of that rapid growth. But the challenge for developers is the fragmentation of the mobile development ecosystem. Because of this fragmentation, you have to create mobile apps multiple times, with different programming languages and tools. And these mobile applications are different from the applications that target the desktops and browsers.
In this workshop, you will learn how to build modern web applications with HTML5 that users can access across their various platforms and devices. Write one and run everywhere is not a new goal, but it has been a challenging one to achieve. HTML5 is in a great position to be the technology that achieves this goal with standards adoption across vendors, platforms and devices.
What you will learn: