Agile procedures are standard practice in many companies. Scrum, XP, or other popular and sometimes custom-designed agile methods are used in many projects around the world. But there’s a problem: not every agile project is a success. At Agile Day you can gain expert insights into the experiences of agile consultants, clients, and developers, and learn how agile procedures can be applied to maximise profit in software development projects.
There is no online business without databases. But MySQL is no longer the only player – there are a lot of other new and noteworthy candidates –especially NoSQL databases. Furthermore, new concepts summarized under the term of "NextSQL" are combining the best of both worlds. The Data Store Day offers an overview of existing concepts as well as guidelines for decision-making processes and presents practical experience from real-world projects.
Nowadays websites have not only to be designed for one type of device but for plenty of systems such as tablets, smartphones or desktops. It is necessary to realize different navigation patterns and user concepts. Especially the immensly growing number of tablets is one of the most important things to keep in mind in this context. How to effectively build websites that adapt the particular device capabilities and what designers have to consider in this process is topic of the Responive Design Days.
Whether the issue is expanding an exisiting enterprise/business or paving the way for a startup with an innovative idea - a web project can be launched quickly. Still: making the right architectural decisions beforehand are critical factors for success which are postponed too often. During Architecture Day you will learn from firsthand account how to circumnavigate problems thanks to sophisticated strategic decisions.
DevOps is the magic word for enterprises when they are reorganizing the relationship between development and operations. The advantages are obvious: in an increasingly dynamic business environment, artifical barriers should be torn down and direct communication should be allowed instead. But what are the experiences companies made with their DevOps practice? Which methods do exist and which tools support DevOps in technical terms? DevOps Day answers these questions and provides direct feedback from the speakers.
Insuficient web application security opens the door for theft and abuse of data. Unidentified security issues can already lurk in an application’s architecture. That is why selective measures are often not enough. Instead, there is a need for a multi-layered security architecture which covers all aspects. Web Security Day will set out to highlight all these aspects and will provide participants with useful tips for securing their applications.