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Thank you to everyone who voted for sessions. We'll check the results over the next few days & use them to build a session timetable.
The DDD South West team.
We are pleased to announce that there has been a strong response to our call for speakers for DDD South West 5. In total there have been 43 sessions submitted from a total of 28 different speakers on a wide range of topics.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank those speakers who have submitted sessions. Without you we could not run this event.
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Speaker: Andy Gibson
Andy is a software engineer based in Scotland who has over 10 years experience working in Web Development and .NET. He is a passionate developer and is always looking for ways to hone his skills and improve at his craft which lead him to get involved in the Scottish and UK development communities.
CSS frameworks, grid layouts and pre-processors have been getting a lot of attention in the last few years, all designed to make developing clean, elegant web pages and applications easier and more maintainable for both programmers and designers. This session will introduce the LESS pre-processor.
CSS has so many choices, should I go responsive? Should I use a grid layout or build my own? Should I use a framework? Should I stab my eyeballs out with this rusty screwdriver? (That last one may just be my colleagues ;-) It's no wonder that a lot of developers don't find CSS friendly.
CSS pre-processors are trying to bridge the gap and make CSS a more organic and logical styling language while still being understandable. LESS, Leaner CSS, is one of these pre-processors and this session will provide an introduction to it as well as covering
If you're interested in learning about writing better, maintainable CSS, this session might be for you.
Speaker: Kris Athi
Ive been working in the Microsoft developer space for the last 6 years and I am currently an independent developer focusing on the Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 platforms
This session aims to cover the new features that are being introduced as part of the Windows Phone 8.1 update this year. Most of which has not been confirmed as yet but will be by the time DDDSW kicks off. Expect plenty of code in a real world context
The description of this session is a bit vague as nothing has publically been disclosed as yet, but it will all come into fluition during the Build 2014 event in April so I will update the synopsis then.
Speaker: Jimmy Skowronski
Jimmy is a developer and general trouble maker in McKinsey & Company and loves technology, especially .NET (silly, isn't it?). He likes to speak and teach and even redords for Pluralsight.
In this introduction to OAuth you will learn why and if you should care about OAuth.
Do want to let your users to log in to your website with their LiveId or Google accounts? Do you want to post on their wall from your applciation? Do you want to integrate your mobile app with Facebook or Twitter? If yes then you may want to learn about OAuth.
In this session you will elarn about OAuth and how to apply it in your applications.
In this session you will see not only how how to set up automated deployment with Octopus Deploy but also how to convince your boss that this is worth your while.
Automated deployment is like sex - everyone talks about it, everyone wants it but barely anyone does it. In this session Jimmy will take you through his experience with implementing automaded deployment in very restrictive organisation.
You will learn not only how to implment it from the technical perspective but also how to deal with manages, bosses, security and infrastructure teams.
Speaker: Mauro Servienti
CTO and Architect @ Mastreeno Ltd, Dublin, Long time Microsoft MVP for Visual C#, really passionated about DDD, CQRS and Event Sourcing. NServiceBus Champ and official trainer, RavendDB trainer.
Has been working with the .net platform since the first Alpha in 1999.
RavenDB rapidly moved from being one of the emerging kids to a stable and mature platform to built scalable and reliable applications. In this talk we'll start from document databases concepts, such as schema-less and eventual consinstency, and then we'll see how to create an application with Raven.
This session comes directly from the RavenDB conference hold in April in North Carolina, USA.
Everyone speaks about event sourcing as the panacea of every pain, is really a solution? frankly, yes.
We'll introduce events, and events sourcing, and we'll see how to deal with them to connect portions of systems using Azure, or RabbitMQ, as information transport. Everything powered by NServiceBus
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