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  • Nasser Hadjloo
    Nasser Hadjloo
    schedule 3 years ago
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    20 mins
    Case Study
    Beginner

    In the global village, some talks inEnglish the others in their own local langauge, when it comes to the global websites with international users, their users should be able to interact with the website with their own language.

    The process of internationalization for a large-scale application (website) is usually time consuming; I'll show you how to split the internationalization process into different sprints and implement a successful internationalized application.

     

  • Mark Collins-Cope
    Mark Collins-Cope
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    This talk discusses a reference architecture for object-oriented/component based systems consisting of five strata (or layers**).

    The purpose of the talk is to show how this large-scale application model helps us to understand the overall structure of a system, how strata help us to clarify our thoughts, and how it encourages the separation of concerns such as the technical v. the problem domain, policy v. mechanism, and the buy-or-build decision - and of course why this style of architecture is relevant to ease of refactoring and software restructuring under changing and multiple requirement sets.

     

    Assuming an application is made up of a number of components, the strata proposed is based on how specific to the particular requirements of an application each component is. More specific (and therefore less reusable) components are placed in the higher layers, and the more general, reusable components are in the lower layers. Since general non-application components are less likely to change than application specific ones, this leads to a stable system as all dependencies are downward in the direction of stability, and so changes tend not to propagate across the system as a whole.

     

    ** regarding: layers
    As well as presenting the reference model, this talk also discusses and clarifies in concrete terms the meaning of one architectural layer being above another. Perhaps surprisingly, the meaning of the layering metaphor is the subject of some confusion. Specific examples of this are given in the talk - though not yet shown on the slides.

    (Note; this is suggested a 90 minute presentation however it can be extended to a full half-day, one day or two day workshop. I also have two other agile presentations which I can submit if interest is there - these cover agile planning).

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    Quality in Code not in Management Slides

    Arijit Sarbagna
    Arijit Sarbagna
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Advanced

    Agile has always challenged people with the question on how much to design upfront! It doesn't end there, it even flows in the day-to-day work of the developers & the associated Engineering Practises. We do understand the need to have a scalable design, rigid code quality checks - but who is eventually driving these? How are the architects coping with the changing dynamics of development methodolgoy? Are we really driving those practises in reality or are they finding place in management slides only?

    This session is an attempt to project how the practise of architecture is getting mis quoted/mis understood in most of the ongoign Agile projects & what has been the root cause behind them.

    We also try to come to an agreement as what should be the ideal approach towards setting up an Agile Architecture.