Design

Room 309

Architectural Patterns

Ahmed Arnaout

Ahmed Arnaout

WebstaurantStore

This session will cover a couple of architectural patterns and anti patterns. Onion, Hexagonal, n-Tier, CQRS, bringing it all together...


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

UX- The Guessing Game

Harish Beeram

Harish Beeram

AgileThought Inc.

In this interactive session, attendees will experience a role-playing exercise that will allow them to understand the deeper meaning of UX. We’ll cover everything from the evolution of the human brain to why design principles are critical to creating great UX.


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Defining the Role of an Architect

Giles Marino

Giles Marino

Power Objects

• Introduction to IASA (iasaglobal.org) with primary focus on the “Role of an Architect” as it relates to the IASA Design Foundation Pillar. • Defines what an architect and architecture is and it’s primary goals in the enterprise. • Provides insight to what a successful architecture practice should look like • Discusses activities to engage in prior to architectural design and Tools • Presents important Architectural Tools that can improve the success of your architectural designs • This presentation is interactive in nature and benefits greatly from audience participation


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
01:00 PM - 01:50 PM

The Future of Webdesign

Jason Nickerson

Jason Nickerson

Joomla

The future of web design is at hand and as technology advances, web design is set for some big changes. In this session, Jason Nickerson will take a look into technologic advancements and design concepts that will drive the web into the future.


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
02:00 PM - 02:50 PM

Intro to SOLID Design Principles

Thomas Hanks

Thomas Hanks

WebstaurantStore

A gentle introduction to SOLID design principles with examples on how to apply them.


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
03:00 PM - 03:50 PM

The Business of Smart Cities

Stan Schultes

Stan Schultes

Spark Growth

Smart Cities and IoE and IIoT - oh my! From Cloud IoT connectors to big data analytics and Blockchain, there are a lot of moving parts. Where do you even begin? What are the challenges you will face? What are the opportunities, and for you as a developer or device specialist, where's the money? It has been noted that in the potential $25B-$250B IoT market by 2025, very few of the companies that will lead the charge have even been formed yet. Where might you play? This will be the business side of an architectural-level discussion that slants toward the development of Smart Cities, looking at what is the Internet of Everything, overviews security and technical challenges, and covers some of the tools and players out there.


Beginner
Design (Room 309)
04:00 PM - 04:50 PM