Yonder’s second edition of our online tech event, Let’s TECH about IT
This year’s edition will start on Monday, 30 January. Each webinar will consist of the following:
Monday, 30 January
For those people who are interested in experimenting but cannot find the time to take the product feature idea from your roadmap nor have the time to test how it looks in real life. In this webinar, Lili will discuss how you can experiment safely and then take the result to the next level: building business justification and then the actual solution.
Innovation can present itself in various forms, each one having its own challenges. Implementing it by itself can become quite a journey! On the other hand, integrating innovation into an existing product adds enough complexity for the topic to be worthy of debriefing. If you’re interested in the technical aspects we took into consideration when implementing, what processes we applied, or if you are simply curious about how successful the innovative modules we worked on were, we will welcome you to this talk.
Tuesday, 31 January
Are you tired of getting out of bed because you forgot to turn off a light or turn down the thermostat? This is the place for you. We all know that designing a smart home can be expensive, especially if you go with a specialized company and professional systems like KNX. During my session, I will share what I learned by doing it myself using open-source technologies like Home Assistant and products made to retrofit. The webinar should cater to technical as well as non-technical people. The talk will tackle basic home automation that does not require more than some configurations but also some details and customizations that will satisfy the technical side as well.
From real-time product sentiment analytics to automated knowledge extraction from text, documents, and photos, Natural Language Processing is one of the core applications where Machine Learning has seen outstanding progress in the last decade. In this session, we will observe how this domain evolved over time, as well as some insights into what it takes to bring such systems to production.
Wednesday, 1 February
Călin and Răzvan will present two real app use cases that use domain-centric architecture (Spring & .NET). We will highlight the challenges and constraints and give you some tips that helped the developers to be productive while implementing a healthy architecture.
Many enterprise applications have poor performance in at least one flow or functionality. But what is good performance? Does it have something to do with planning? Join this session, and we’ll see where the poor performance comes from and when you should consider it.
Thursday, 2 February
Many companies reach a point when they want to build APIs around their software. The reasons range from enabling 3rd party integrations to building new User Interfaces for their ecosystem. Designing a mature, future-proof, and maintainable API can become a challenging operation. Join us if you want to hear a story on how we use an OASIS Standard called Open Data Protocol(OData) to streamline your journey.
Friday, 3 February
Today we will build upon the last webinar that took us through the journey from idea to deploying the application in a self-managed Kubernetes cluster. So we will begin part 2 of this adventure – Azure managed cluster.
We will peek into some of the impediments we had, the do’s and don’ts, and the pros and cons.
If you have any questions, please send them to [email protected].
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