agile

Jet pack your way into mobile app development

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Extended [55 minutes]

With the increasing number of mobile platforms today - Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, etc, it is becoming a herculean task for the developers to not just make sure that their application works on different configurations of each platform, but also across these various platforms without any glitches. Porting apps is not very trivial and the tools to do that, not very mature. The good news is that with a few Eclipse-based tools and other open source tools such as PhoneGap, Maqetta and Orion, one can easily create cross-platform apps without having to duplicate all the code.

Eclipse in Telemedicine and Health Care – A Success Story with RCP and RAP

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Standard [25 minutes]

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In several projects in the health care sector, the combination of RCP and RAP helped Vitaphone to develop applications with modular desktop and web clients extremely fast.

Vitaphone GmbH is a global leading provider of telemedicine services, telecardiological function diagnostics and innovative telemonitoring technologies. Since 2009, the company uses RCP and RAP to develop several products for the international health care market.

Pimp my Editor - Taking Eclipse to the Film Industry

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Extended [55 minutes]

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Silchersaal

This talk will present the story of Story Touch (http://storytouch.com), a novel scriptwriting software developed for brazilian based O2 Filmes, South America's largest movie producer.

The development process took over 3 years using agile methodologies. The first version was released after just 2 weeks of the beginning of the project evolving to a full featured solution ready to compete with the Industry's standard solution.

We will show how we helped our client shape his ideas into an unprecedented tool that gives the power of dramaturgy analysis to script writers.

Pseudocode and agile modeling

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Extended [55 minutes]

The usage of Pseudocode can be the key to improve the quality of an organization code, reduce the code review time and speed up the brain storming process. Unfortunately there is no standard and no so much tools. Let’s see how to use it, some best practices and a real use case in a complex project to prove that the usage of pseudocode can help with any language and / or platform. The session will be very practical and rich of examples created starting from real life scenarios.

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