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Tuesday, May 21
 

11:05

Airplanes - not over my house? Analyzing flight data with Databricks and PowerBI (by Pieterjan Geens of Business & Decision)
In this session we will demonstrate how we can use Azure Databricks to treat massive amounts of flight radar data to prepare it for analysis in PowerBI. For this exercise we’ve setup the whole ingestion chain, from the antenna, over the RaspberryPI and Azure, all the way to PowerBI dashboards. All of that to analyze if our colleagues and their homes suffer from too much flight traffic in Belgium.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 11:05 - 11:25
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12:35

The 17 best tips and tricks for JetBrains Rider by Matt Ellis of Jetbrains
There are many many features in Rider but I've only got 20 minutes, so let's concentrate on the best 17. Why 17? Well, that's 1 tip a minute, with 3 minutes to say hello and thank you. Come and find out the most useful ways of working with JetBrains' lovely .NET IDE.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 12:35 - 12:55
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12:55

Moving the web forward: Progressive and Serverless by Dick van Straaten and Timmy Kokke of Centric
Nowadays we don’t need an advanced infrastructure to publish an application on the internet. During this session we will build a high available serverless backend for a Progressive Web Application with Azure Static Website Hosting and Azure Functions. Our web application will demonstrate the use of native functionalities in an offline scenario. New technologies that will move the web forward to Modern Web.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 12:55 - 13:15
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13:15

Microservices and DDD: made for each other by Dierick Yves of Aprico
The microservices architectural style has drawn a lot of traction lately and is about to become mainstream. On the other side Domain-Driven Design already exists for many years but is not being used as widely as it could, even for complex systems design where it really shines. However, with microservices on the rise, DDD has found a new road companion. Indeed, many DDD ideas and principles, like domain events, bounded contexts or strategic design have direct applicability in microservices architectures. This codeless session will give an overview of the principles that can be leveraged to combine the two approaches for their mutual benefits.

This session targets architects, senior system analysts and senior software engineers. Being familiar with both microservices and DDD is recommended, though theoretical knowledge may be enough.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 13:15 - 13:35
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16:05

Conversational UI for ChatBots
Conversational Bots are the new rage in human-computer interactions. But what’s in it for you and why should developers build Bots? Like most new technologies, usage and efficacy often come with deeper understanding. 

Let’s demystify Chatbots quickly - Bot developer framework, Channel support and imparting Artificial Intelligence to Bots. Bot success or failure, however, is determined by UX and smooth flowing conversations. What can Telerik or Kendo UI do for you? Meet modern UI for Chatbots – framework agnostic performant UI for .NET/JS across web/mobile/desktop. Let’s explore polished UI, tools and services that enable developers to build Bots with beautiful UX – aka, the next generation of smart apps.

Tuesday May 21, 2019 16:05 - 16:25
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Wednesday, May 22
 

11:05

SharePoint Integration with NodeJS by Danny Foncke of Smals
‘Extending’ and connecting SharePoint using node.js. 
Yet another way of adding server-side functionality to SharePoint, without touching the farm. 
Scheduled jobs (timer jobs), offloading complex or resource intensive operations from workflows to a service, email service, document generation, integrating SharePoint with other applications,…. In this short session you will see just how easy it is using just javascript.

Wednesday May 22, 2019 11:05 - 11:25
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12:40

Industry 4.0: Standalone smartwatches, are we there yet? by Arne De Cock of Infosupport
What seemed like a nice gizmo from James Bond movies is now part of everyday life. Smartwatches are seeing major adoption on the streets and they do not seem to be “just a fad”. But… are they ready to be used in industrial environments? Will the factory-worker of the future have this companion on his/her wrist or will it be stuck in the consumer-only market forever?

To jump with both feet into the future, we challenged ourselves to build a stand-alone smartwatch app for both WearOS and Tizen to support factory workers in a construction plant.

During this talk we will show you our setup and architecture for the project and give you our view on the future of “smartwatches for the industry 4.0”.

Wednesday May 22, 2019 12:40 - 13:00
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13:10

Coding with the speed of Thought in VisualStudio and CodeRush by Don Wibier of DevExpress
Join technical evangelist Don Wibier on this quest on how to become more productive with VisualStudio.

Be prepared to have your mind blown with some of the coolest features in the latest release of CodeRush to accomplish your coding with the least keystrokes possible.

Discover extended debugging features with code-evaluation, expression branching and more to make sure your code does what it should do.

Wednesday May 22, 2019 13:10 - 13:30
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16:05

Flight of the Raven: Doing NoSQL The Easy Way by Michael Yarichuk of RavenDB
Databases are fickle beasts. For developers, they provide many unforgettable moments of bad performance, strange query results and long discussions with DBAs,
all the while happily devouring system resources.
But, does it have to be this way? No! 
Enter RavenDB, a NoSQL document database built to address inherent complexities and plumbing needed to make databases work.
In this session, I will showcase how RavenDB can be used to write database related code fast and without headache.

Wednesday May 22, 2019 16:05 - 16:25
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