Realiza-se no dia 28 de Março de 2017, o XXIX Encontro da comunidade Porto.Data, que tem como objetivo a partilha de experiências e conhecimento entre os profissionais e entusiastas da plataforma de dados da Microsoft no Porto. O evento vai ser realizado no auditório da UPTEC, pelas 19:00, sendo a entrada livre para todos os inscritos. Registo gratuito
Agenda 18:45 – Abertura e recepção. 18:50 – Community News. 19:00 – "Delivering changes for databases and apps @ Azure" Eduardo Piairo - DevOps at Basecone 20:10 – Coffee break. 20:30 – "Unleash the power of IOT with SharePoint" João Ferreira - Sharepoint Developer BindTuning 21:15 – Fim do evento. 21:20 – Sorteio de prémios. 21:30 – Jantar livre.
Eduardo Piairo development pipeline craftsman always ready to learn new ways to implement Source Control, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery for applications, databases and infrastructure.
Operations engineer, DevOps prosecutor with automation, collaboration and communication as priorities.
Database administrator with special interest in database changes and data modeling. Recent test enthusiast, integration tests and test automation for applications and infrastructure.
The development pipeline it’s my favorite cultural tool. My mission is to relieve the delivery pain inflicted by the agile process, in other words, try to achieve the balance between business and business materialization.
In the world of agile software development, the database development process introduces some challenges to the application development process. The delivery of changes at database level tend to be a different and separated process of the application delivery process, or even an entirely manual process. This contributes to the perspective that the database is a bottleneck in the agile process.
In this session, we will explore the aspects that bring closer and distinguishes databases from the applications. We will share methodologies and strategies that allows to bring together databases and applications in the development process reducing the delivery pain.
The final purpose is to understand that applications and databases do not need to live in different worlds with different development processes.
João Ferreira is a SharePoint developer currently working at BindTuning as SharePoint Team Lead.
With a degree in computer science he has been working with SharePoint over the last five years, mainly focused on branding and user interfaces to provide a better UX to SharePoint users.
Tech enthusiast he loves to share his knowledge, author of two blogs, HANDS ON tek and HANDS ON SharePoint he is also a regular contributor at the European SharePoint Conference blog.
SharePoint is becoming modern, there are modern sites ready for mobile, a modern framework to develop web parts, but what about embracing modern concepts?
Internet of things will be everywhere in a blink of an eye and probably you are already dealing with it every day without even knowing.
In this session, we will explain how to collect data form sensors, send it to SharePoint and how to display it in a modern dashboard using modern SharePoint sites.
The possibilities are endless, from temperature sensors to access control devices you can have all this data inside your SharePoint Intranet with a modern look and feel.