Tuesday January 26th, 2015
Max Technical Training in Mason, OH
January 26th, 6pm at our monthly CINNUG meeting, we welcome Shawn Wallace with an introduction to 'Enterprise' Event-Driven Architecture.
Event-driven architecture is a versatile approach to designing and integrating complex software systems. These systems tend to be easier
to model and build. Event-driven architecture is not a new concept, but as more organizations contemplate microservices, this approach to
system design has become appropriate in more situations and is worth a fresh look.
In this talk we’ll:
- Introduce event-driven architecture
- Compare EDA, monolithic and other service centric designs
- Model a retail system as a finite-state machine
- Look at a sample implementation of a retail system
Bio: Shawn Wallace is an Architect and National Application Development Service Offering Lead with Centric Consulting.
In his job he helps customers strategically leverage technology to improve productivity and to add business capability.
Shawn is a former U.S. Marine Infantryman, enjoys all things tech, learning things, building things, shooting sports and his family.
He and his family lives in Grove City, Ohio. (http://centricconsulting.com/shawn-wallace/)
Immediately following the main speaker and pizza we will be holding another CINARC (Cincinnati Software Architecture Group).
This session will feature more discussion on topics chosen the night of the meeting. The focus of the meeting will be to discuss
issues of software architecture relevant to the members of the community.
Pizza and drinks will be provided by our sponsors.
CinNUG 2014 Director Election Results and Director Bios
Phil Japikse: Lead Director
A Principal Consultant/Architect with Strategic Data Systems (http://www.sds-consulting.com),
international speaker, Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .NET since the
first betas, developing software for over 30 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil is the Lead Director for the
Cincinnati .NET User’s Group (www.cinnug.org) and the Cincinnati Software Architect Group, co-hosts the Hallway Conversations
podcast (www.hallwayconversations.com), founded the Cincinnati Day of Agile
(www.dayofagile.org), and volunteers for the National Ski Patrol. Phil enjoys to continuously
learn new tech and is always striving to improving his craft. You can follow Phil on twitter
via www.twitter.com/skimedic and read his blog
Dale Alleshouse: Director
Dale Alleshouse is a passionate developer with more than 20 years of experience. Currently, he’s a senior software engineer for
Callibrity (www.callibrity.com) specializing in web development. Dale is active in the Cincinnati
developer community and also coaches powerlifting in his free time. You can contact him via his blog at
www.hideoushumpbackfreak.com or on twitter @HumpbackFreak.
Parag Joshi: Director
Parag Joshi (@ilovethexbox) is a Mobile Architect working for
Centric Consulting LLC (http://www.centricconsulting.com) and has over 13 years software development
experience working on various Microsoft based technologies. He is a director of the Cincinnati All Things Mobile User Group (Catmug.org).
He spends his spare time playing tennis with his 8 year old and writing android and iOS apps to track tennis scores or write games for his 2 year old daughter.
Charlie Retzler: Director
Charlie Retzler is a senior consultant at Ingage Partners. He is currently focusing on secure application development practices as well as building modern web applications using Angular.
He has been developing for the Microsoft platform for the past 15 years, after several years of Unix development, and has earned both MCTS and MCPD certifications.
In his spare time he plays in a a cover band, The Dublin Defense. He also enjoys collecting, repairing, and building guitars and amplifiers.
Other Upcoming Events:
Upcoming Regional Events
Code PaLOUsa - March 28th - 30th
StriTrek - May, 6, 2016
All Things Mobile
Thursday February 11th, 6:30pm, Max Technical Training in Mason, OH
via Parag Joshi
A look at Andrioid Wear development.
Its time to look at Android Wear development. We will take a look at the various android wear devices available in the marketplace and the features they offer.
We will also walk through the development environment and build a sample android wear app. Bring your android wear devices and laptops with android
studio if you would like to code along.
Other Regional Events: (via Community Megaphone)