Sessions

Ryan Albertson
In-Depth Software Design for Developers (From a Designer)
Ryan Albertson

Every day Developers are being called upon to not just write amazing code, but also design how the applications are going to look and feel. You don’t have to be a designer or a creative to have an interactive user experience, and a beautiful user interface. Join me for an in-depth walk through of t

Room: Oaks
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS); Mobile; Web

Douglas Starnes
Kotlin: What’s in it For You
Douglas Starnes

Who hates Java? Maybe that’s a little harsh but who really likes it? Java is a great idea but the anachronisms of the language begin to get in the way. But Java is so widespread can you afford to ignore it? If you learn Kotlin, you can. Kotlin targets the JVM while affording developers advancem

Room: Churchill
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Android; Mobile

Rob Hedgpeth
Building resilient mobile apps with NoSQL
Rob Hedgpeth

Murphy’s Laws state “things will go wrong in any given situation, if you give them a chance”. Unfortunately, mobile developers know this all to well when it comes to network reliability. In the face of such instability and increasing customer expectations, how can developers deliver immersive, unint

Room: Pimlico
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Android; Architecture; Cross-Platform; Database; iOS/OSX; Mobile; Software Practices; SQL

Duane Newman
Building a Real App with Xamarin.Forms
Duane Newman

Join me on a journey through the development of a real app using Xamarin.Forms, Azure Functions & Storage, third party integrations, and more. Instead of showing you "Hello World" or some contrived app that doesn't show how things work in the real world, I'll show you examples from a system built fo

Room: Pimlico
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: .NET; Azure; Cross-Platform; Mobile

Jonathan Mills
Building Progressive Web Apps with React
Jonathan Mills

Progressive web apps are a happy middle ground between a responsive web app and a native app. They are lightweight apps designed to conform to any device, work offline, and when appropriate, feel like a native app. But all this is made possible with JavaScript frameworks you already know. Come learn

Room: Downs
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: JavaScript; Mobile

Tyler Blake
FocustApps  [SPONSOR]
NativeScript Infinity Gauntlet : Mobile Endgame
Tyler Blake; FocustApps [SPONSOR]

Have you heard of NativeScript and want to learn more? *SNAP* In … session … will … reviewing … NativeScript … and … powers … abilities … gained … you … all … of … infinity … in … gauntlet !…!

Room: Regency South A
Topics: Application Development
Tags: Mobile

Rob Hedgpeth
Mobile Apps: To SQL or Not to SQL
Rob Hedgpeth

Throughout the course of the mobile apps revolution the world has seen many changes in the technology landscape. What started off with fewer than 500 apps has quickly surpassed the millions mark. As languages, platforms, and styles have come and gone one thing, above all else, has persisted; data.

Room: Regency South A
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Android; Cross-Platform; Database; iOS/OSX; Mobile; SQL

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