Huge thanks to all participants in Astea Conference 2017! It was a day full of knowledge, emotions, smiles, and surprises.
See you in 2018!
Alex will tell about the events that follow this phrase. We are going to look into the toolbox and talk about good practices, some learned the hard way.
In this presentation Evgeni will talk about ReactiveX - a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs by using observable sequences. It is a great addition to the promise model. If you ever had trouble synchronizing multiple future values like promises, callbacks and events, then you'll be pleased to see how graciously you can do that with observables.
The presentation will focus on the fast development of the user interface and what comes next as the new technologies continue to evolve. We will learn what is Natural or Zero UI/UX and how it will affect our everyday life.
Do you keep reading that automated tests are the key to a stable product and a better development process? Do you keep getting frustrated while writing them and feel you are wasting your time? Or do you not know where to start? There are some best practices and pitfalls you should be aware of so you don't tear your hair out.
The main topic that will be covered is how to not reinvent the wheel every time something in our process is not working in an optimal way. We will find out what are the most common modifications of the processes we know, why they exist, how can we accommodate them. We’ll see real-life examples that came up during the work with clients and how our clients can be included in the process, so the workflow is effective for both sides.
Designers and developers will work hand-in-hand in an epic battle of CSS wizardry.
The lecture will be focused on the capabilities which WebRTC gives us - what can we achieve, what are the main steps in establishing the Peer2Peer communication, signaling and more. We will talk about what a STUN and a TURN server is, what they are used for, as well as already implemented WebRTC solutions and of course - browser support.
Going forward, it is time to act with cutting-edge determination and drive forward our team ecosystem. It’s time to retire the monolith, to decompose the system into manageable, discrete services that can be scaled individually, that can fail, be rolled out and upgraded in isolation. Asynchronous Communication, Isolation, Autonomicity, Single Responsibility, Exclusive State, and Mobility are the main traits of Reactive Microservices Architecture.
Our everyday communication in work environment often leads to conflict. Even in pursuit of a common goal, we succeed to argue about the way to achieve it.
In this talk Nikolay will try to give you instruments for coping with some of the following challenges:
Our phenomenal work with coding, testing, infrastructure set up, support, and all other aspects of the Software Development life cycle is the reason why Astea's clients love us. There is, however, one more rarely discussed activity at Astea which is also crucial for our ability to win interesting projects.
When competing for a project with other Software Development vendors, Astea almost always wins, and very often with higher projected costs. What makes Astea the vendor of choice for our clients? Which are Astea's characteristics which win the trust of our clients as early as the discovery phase of our projects? What are the advantages of our offering and how does Astea present them to potential clients? What is "Business Development" and who at Astea works on it?
Inter Expo Center, floor 2, Musala Hall