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Matthew Renze – Renze Consulting
As software grows more complex we need to manage this complexity by using various architectural patterns, practices, and principles. In this session, we will learn about several of these practices including the Hexagonal Architecture, the Onion Architecture, and the Screaming Architecture. In addition, we’ll also learn about DDD (Domain-driven Design) architectures, database-centric architectures, (CQRS) Command-Query Responsibility Separation, and more. You can expect to hear practical advice and see real-world examples from over 15 years of architectural experience.
Trevor Sullivan -Deliveron Consulting Services
Are you a fan of dynamic languages and the PowerShell Adaptive Type System? If you’ve been using these features to build custom object types in PowerShell, you’ll certainly want to become familiar with the new support for user-defined classes in PowerShell version 5.0! Come to this session to learn about building object models using PowerShell, syntax delivered by Microsoft MVP Trevor Sullivan!
Adrian Kosciak – Pariveda Solutions
A connected world deserves a way of storing connected data. Lead by Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and other tech companies graph database popularity is exploding! Forrester predicts that 25% of all enterprises will be using them by 2017. We’ll provide everything you need to understand the full graph stack, exploring what they are, when to use them, and how to use them. Additionally, we’ll present industry trends, headlines, and cases that highlight their growth and value to our clients. We’ll wrap it up with a live demo of a graph db driven app built on Neo4j.
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