5th/1st TechMixer University & Expo
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 7:15 AM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
TechBirmingham, incorporated as the Birmingham Area Technology Leadership Alliance, was created from the recommendations of the Birmingham Area Technology Task Force (“BATT Force”) in May 2002. TechBirmingham has taken the Strategic Plan issued by the BATT Force and created a roadmap for success. The roadmap has three parallel paths. First, help grow the large number of existing technology businesses and attract new companies to the area. Second, make sure that the business environment is tech-friendly through the attraction of new capital sources and strategic economic incentives. And third, work to create and improve a technology-capable workforce through various public-private partnerships.
To read more about TechBirmingham, click on this link:
|Session Times||Agile & Project Management||Code Languages & Databases||Mobile Web & App||Security & Open Source Intelligence||Technology & Development Trends||Technology & Best Practices|
|10:00a - 11:15a||Matt Cowell Presents: Lean and Agile – you likely don't know the problem or the solution. It's ok and here's why…||Glen Gordon Presents: Understanding Windows 8 and the new developer opportunities||Chris Hardin Presents: Mobile Strategy for the Enterprise (Corporate Applications)||Nitesh Saxena Presents: NFC: A Convenient Mobile Payment Platform, or Fraudsters’ Playground?||Joshua Rogers Presents: Moving from Manual to Automated Builds||David Sher Presents: Social Media & the worldwide internet revolution|
|1:00p - 2:15p||Dan Reynolds Presents: State of Agile in Birmingham: Panel Discussion||Michael Heydt Presents: Parallel programming in .NET using TPL and Task Data Flow||App & Mobile Developers: Panel Discussion||Final Session Details Pending||David Powell Presents: Clouds and Consumers- Driving Mobility||Stasi Bara Presents: It's a Video World! Engaging the masses through visual motion media|
|2:30p - 3:45p||Jeff Talley Presents: Complexity Theory and Agile Concepts||Sven Aelterman Presents: Introduction to SQL Server FileTables||David Ruttka Presents: Intro to ASP.NET Web API||John Grimes Presents: Open Source Intelligence||Michael Heydt Presents: Building Natural User Interfaces (NUI) for Business and Pleasure with XAML, Kinect, WiiMote and OpenNI||Robin Hunt Presents: Screencasting 101: Be a Better Help Desk|
|4:00p - 5:15p||Brian Cauble Presents: Project Management Tools for App Dev||Jonathon Cortis Presents: Big Data Management||Jonathon Marbutt Presents: Is Azure Right for You||Joshua Smith Presents: Practical Web Security - Cross Site Scripting: From Alert To Exploit||Sirena Benefield Presents: Master Data Management Simplified||Final Session Details Pending|
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