Engineering Awesome Conference 2020
22nd of September 2020, 11:00 – 17:00 GMT
Join the streaming of the Engineering Awesome Conference 2020 at home
This year, we introduce our first mini-conference to share some of our learnings and experiences across our tech department. Please join us for half a day with an awesome program of 6 talks including Q&A sessions across our offices in Europe and the Middle East. The conference is free and you are welcome to join the specific talks of your interest or to listen in for the entire program.
Event Schedule & Details
Building Augmented Reality experiences with iOS
Apple has a big lead when it comes to augmented reality and in this session we will have a look at everything that is possible today with ARKit. From motion capture, people occlusion to geolocation activated AR experiences, there are a lot of amazing opportunities for AR.
Flutter: Creating responsive apps
In this session we will look at how to lay out UI according to the size and shape of a screen or window in order to target phones, tablets, laptop or desktop computers.
Laravel hosting with AWS ECS and GitHub Actions
This talk will give you a quick introduction into setting up AWS ECS (Elastic Container Service). We will also be setting up workflows on GitHub Actions for automatically deploying our app on pushes to GitHub.
After this talk, you will have an idea how to utilize AWS ECS to get your Laravel app up and running in the Cloud. And how to utilize GitHub Actions for your CI/CD system.
We time travel to the year of 2021 in a world where Compose is the standard of the presentation layer on Android. We will have a quick look at how Compose works, a glimpse into structuring an app and how it can work piecing data streams together and ultimately compare it to the ancient days of XML.
What’s new in Vapor 4
Vapor 4 is released! – So let’s have a look at what’s new. Some of the topics we’ll cover are the changes to Fluent, to database models and the support for eager loading.
Vapor is the most popular Server Side Swift framework. It is written on top of Apple’s SwiftNIO, a cross-platform asynchronous event-driven network application framework. You can read more about Vapor here.
Sitecore & JSS
Rasmus K. Mortensen
In this talk we look into: How did we intensify the collaboration between backend and frontend development to reach the tight deadline? What architectural decisions did we do without jeopardizing core OOTB functionalities for personalization and targeting content? What are our key learnings from the project?
Event Date & Time
Save the date on 22nd of September 2020, 11:00-17:00 GMT
This event will be streamed online and is free for everyone. Registered participants will receive information on how to join in prior to the event.