October 26 - 29, 2014
Holiday Inn City Centre | Munich
Expo: October 28 & 29, 2014
Agile methodologies are standard practice in many companies. Scrum, XP and 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.
DevOps is the magic word for enterprises when it comes to reorganizing the relationship between development and operations. The advantages are obvious: in an increasingly dynamic business environment, artificial barriers should be torn down and direct communication should be allowed instead. But what kind of practical experiences have companies had with DevOps? What methods are there and which tools support DevOps in technical terms? DevOps Day answers these questions and provides direct feedback from a host of expert speakers.
Nowadays websites have to be designed not only one for type of device, but for various systems such as tablets, smartphones and desktops. In this context, it is necessary to realize different navigation patterns and user concepts for each screen size, besides the fact that desktop-oriented websites are mouse-oriented, while Mobile front-ends usually rely on touch. How to effectively build websites that adapt the particular device capabilities and what designers have to consider in this process is what the Responive Design Days are all about.
Insufficient web application security opens the door for theft and abuse of data. Unidentified security issues can even lurk in an application’s architecture. That’s 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.
Modern applications are facing a big challenge: Users expect countless services to be integrated – and that doesn’t just go for browsers, but also in apps on mobile clients. The solution? Make your data available with APIs. But it’s not only the composition and architecture that needs close attention. The security of your API also plays a big role. The API Design Days take a closer look at the construction of some well-known APIs, while examining various API concepts and provide an overview of the best practices in API design.
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 practical experience from real-world projects.
As websites and apps grow more and more complex, it’s becoming increasingly tricky for user experience designers to keep up. To make things even more complicated, the web is no longer limited to desktop computers. At the same time, mobile devices allow us to exploit the advantages of smartphones and tablets and provide the user with an even more memorable experience. Join us at the Web UX Day for inspiration and advice from international professionals of user experience design.