Hard-Core Integration Intoxication
Come learn how to take your solutions from 0 to 60 in 60 minutes or less. First, see a few basic, yet powerful examples of how to provide a personalized user experience no matter what your application platform of choice, web, windows (WinForms or WPF) or mobile.Then prepare to have your mind blown by learning how to integrate with an intoxicating amount of third-party APIs. Many you may have never heard of or thought to integrate into your solutions. Learn how to maximize your integration efforts between systems and any other third-party API's using intelligent design techniques.Finally, learn how to save your company and your clients money by maximizing their investment and your efforts. You will learn how to write the right code, the right way, the first time. In addition, learn how to increase maintainability and reusability across your solutions. As well as, learn how to leverage and future-proof your solutions, while keeping up with the current wave of .NET Core and other technology shifts. Attendees will learn: Intelligent design, Integrate numerous third-party API's, Create reusable components, and Embed, integrate and dynamically compile code
David Walker is a Senior Sitecore Architect for Layer One Media and a Sitecore 2015 Technology MVP. He has over 20 years' experience in application development with over 50% of that employed as a consultant. He has been an MCP since 2003, MCAD and MCSD since 2005, and was a Microsoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET from July 2007 - July 2009. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was formerly a board member for INETA (Vice President, Speakers Bureau), President of the Tulsa Developers .NET users group, founder and President of the Tulsa SQL Server Group and Tulsa Java Developers Group, and Vice President of the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group. He has been the Chairman of the region's largest and highly successful technical training event, now going on its seventh consecutive year, TulsaTechFest.com. Recently he has focused on a wide range of newer technologies, including: Azure, AppFabric, MEF (Managed Extensibility Framework), SharePoint, WindowsPhone and Windows8/WindowsStore applications. He has been using WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) and WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) since the first Beta release back in 2005/2006!
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