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Building pragmatic mobile apps

Speaker:

Yogiraj (Yogi) Aradhye

Abstract:

Last year, our team landed on a project that was just in a vision document form at a process management company with a huge portfolio. Over the course of time, I lead our team to convert that vision into an iOS app using Xamarin, ASPNET Core api, Angular Web App and NServicebus endpoint. It was quite a fun filled ride because all the technologies we were dealing with were new and were in flux. They presented a unique set of challenges. We, as a team, learned a lot of valuable lessons during this process. Some of them were new while others were relearned. This presentation is going to cover all of them.

Bio:

Yogiraj(Yogi) Aradhye has been writing code since 2002 and professionally since 2007. He is currently leading projects at Headspring. He works on a variety of technologies from Xamarin, JS frameworks to distributed systems and microservices. In the past, he has worked at many different organizations such as Dell. Yogi is a graduate of Shivaji University in India, and has received the Masters of Information Systems from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. He is a past speaker from .Net user group Code Camps in Hartford, Boston and Austin. When he is not coding, learning about new technology or presenting, Yogi loves to spend some time each week perfecting his serve at the local tennis courts.

Recorded At:

Austin .NET User Group

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