Colloquium Fontys Venlo
Software Engineering/Business Informatics Spring 2019

Description of the colloquium concept.
Motivation and purpose (Dutch)
Motivation and purpose (German)

Agenda spring semester 2019

Location is always Building W1 lecture room (collegezaal) 1.03.
Date Time Subject/Speaker Company or institute
2019-02-06 12:20-13:05

Building a Drone Controller App. An Introduction to TypeScript and Angular.

Markus Fahrmeier, Binaris
13:10-13:55
2019-02-13 12:20-13:05 available available
13:10-13:55 Available Available
2019-02-20 12:20-13:05 UI/UX-Design

What is a good User Experience and what makes User Interface user-friendly? In this lecture we will present the topic UI and UX and the importance for the IT-Business. We will talk about the general idea and definition of these topics, - good and bad examples -and how certain methods and processes and rules can be implemented in the daily project work to ensure that we provide a user-centred solution.

Caroline Harmuth (Firma: Capgemini)
13:10-13:55
2019-02-27 12:20-13:05 available available
13:10-13:55 Available Available
2019-03-06 Not available spring holiday Not available
2019-03-13 12:20-13:05 available available
13:10-13:55 Available Available
2019-03-20 12:20-13:05 DBS1 Q&A
Christiane Holz.
For semester 2 students.
hogeschool Venlo
13:10-13:55
2019-03-27 12:20-13:05 DASC Q&A
Jan Jacobs.
For semester 4 students.
hogeschool Venlo
13:10-13:55
2019-04-04 NOT available Not avaible
2019-04-10 NOT available Not avaible
2019-04-17 12:20-13:05 MSG systems on some interesting project like IOT , big data, or blockchain
13:10-13:55
2019-04-24 12:20-13:05 Into the Cloud with AWS
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the biggest if not the biggest cloud service provider. This lecture gives an introduction to cloud flavours and AWS itself.
Christoph Czaja CapGemini
13:10-13:55
2019-05-01 Not available Not available
2019-05-08 12:20-13:05 available available
13:10-13:55 Available Available
2019-05-15 12:20-13:05 LucaNet, Mrs Hedera, Info will follow
13:10-13:55
2019-05-22 12:20-13:05 Daljeet Sandu

Debugging applications can be a hassle anyways but try to do it with no proper stack traces at all. This talk gives insight into my graduation project and also provides some tips for your future graduation project that might come in handy some day.

Sebastian Wilczek

To bill customers, Instana needs to measure how much processing power these are requiring. These data needs to be collected and processed in an efficient way that ensures information availability and consistency. The question is: How can this be done in a distributed environment without components getting in the way of each other?

Ben Ripkens

Software systems are getting more and more complicated as more and more communicating processes are involved. Finding the problem in the haystack of communication patterns is hard. Distributed tracing helps in this regard. This talk gives an introduction into distributed tracing and explains why and how it helps every software engineer.

Instana, Inc.
13:10-13:55
2019-05-29 12:20-13:05 Continuous Deployment @Capgemini
What happens after check-in of the source code? Pipelines, automation from check-in up to production and tools.
Torsten Rix, Cap Gemini
13:10-13:55

The programs for 2006-2019.


Pieter van den Hombergh
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