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AIM Heartland Developer Conference is the region’s best developer & designer conference covering the latest trends, techniques, technologies, and best practices in software design and development.

As a conference attendee you have access to all sessions (on Thursday and Friday) so you can plan your own custom itinerary. There is a separate fee of $50 for workshop sessions held on Wednesday, September 7.  

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Wednesday, September 7
 

8:30am

Introduction to Deep Learning with IBM Watson - Morning Workshop
What is the price of not knowing? Every day we generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, and 90% of the data in the world has been generated in the past two years alone. There are 7.3 billion people connected to the Internet around the world, creating 1.7 megabytes of data every minute. Unstructured data - dark data - accounts for 80% of all data generated today. Like dark matter, which cannot be seen, we know dark data exists by its impact (or lack thereof) on our industries.

This is the dawn of the cognitive era - an inflection point that occurs once about every 40 years - that lends itself to machine learning. In this workshop, join IBM Developer Advocate, Kevin Hoyt, and go hands on with IBM Watson. Learn about APIs such as text-to-speech, and speech-to-text, translation, image recognition, natural language processing (NLP), concept and personality insights, and more. Leave with a new toolkit to help you leverage deep learning, and to solve the problems your industry faces.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Hoyt

Kevin Hoyt

Developer Advocate, IBM
IBM is a very large company. My little niche is as a Developer Advocate in a business unit focused on mobile and cloud strategy. As such, I am well versed in mobile development for iOS and Android, both native and hybrid (Cordova), as well as server development (Node.js, Java, PHP). My passion is in where these technologies meet early adopters in IoT (MQTT much?), and cognitive computing (Watson). I also enjoy desktop fabrication with 3D... Read More →



Watson pdf

Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Windsor IV

8:30am

Practical Data Science with R Part 1 - Morning Workshop
Part 1 of the Practical Data Science with R Workshop

Data science is the practice of transforming data into actionable insight. R is the most popular open-source programming language currently in use by data scientists. In our data-driven economy, this combination of skills is in extremely high demand, commanding significant increases in salary, and is revolutionizing the world as we know it.

In this workshop, we’ll learn about the practice of data science, the R programming language, and how they can be used to answer day-to-day questions about your business. In addition, we’ll learn how to transform and clean our data, create and interpret descriptive statistics, data visualizations, and statistical models. We’ll also learn how to apply machine learning algorithms and operationalize R for production.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Renze

Matthew Renze

Software Consultant, Renze Consulting
Matthew Renze is an independent software consultant, author for Pluralsight, international public speaker, a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and open-source software contributor.



Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Windsor III

8:30am

Leadership in Technology - Morning Workshop
All development teams are being asked to do more with less, but still deliver first-rate applications. This workshop is designed for developers and those who lead them. It will cover the hard questions teams need to address, and include real-world experience and strategies for Preparing for Growth, Product Launches, and How to Successfully Scale Your Team. The collaborative workshop is facilitated by best-selling author Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack. It offers case-by-case breakdowns with actionable expertise, along with Tarah's insights from engineer to executive on corporate leadership needs.

Speakers
avatar for Tarah Wheeler

Tarah Wheeler

CEO & Co-founder, Fizzmint
Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack (BA, MS, CSM, CSD) is co-founder and CEO of Fizzmint, an HR automation company. She has led projects at Microsoft Game Studios (Halo and Lips), architected systems at Silent Circle, holds two agile development certifications through the Scrum Alliance. She founded Red Queen Technologies, LLC, and co-founded and is co-chair of Hack The People, a mentorship project focused on underprivileged people in technology. She... Read More →



Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Dapper I

8:30am

Learning Feedback with LEGO: The Building Blocks of Giving and Receiving Feedback - Morning Workshop
You dread your annual review time. You cringe at retrospectives. You wince in the face of a 360 Review. You don't like feedback - and you're not alone. Receiving feedback is hard, and when we ask for help with it we just get more feedback. On top of that, your brain doesn't like feedback, and it has some sneaky tricks it uses to convince you to argue about, pick apart, or even outright ignore that feedback. But there's hope - you can fight your brain and win!

This workshop will use LEGO to help teach you the following: the types of feedback and when to use them; how to structure a feedback conversation for maximum benefit; what are the questions you should be asking at each step in the conversation; what a feedback trigger is and how to recognize, defuse, and redirect those triggers; and more! By the end of the workshop you should be able to face even the most brutal peer review with a straight face (though maybe not a smile).

Speakers
avatar for Arthur Doler

Arthur Doler

Software Engineer, Aviture
Arthur (or Art, take your pick) has been a software engineer for 11 years and has worked on things as exciting as analysis software for casinos and things as boring as banking websites. He is an advocate for talking openly about psychology and mental health in the technical world, and he spends a lot of time thinking about how we program and why we program, and about the tools, structures, cultures, and mental processes that help and hinder us... Read More →




Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Dapper III

8:30am

Zero to DevOps - Morning Workshop
Competition in today's markets is driving DevOps throughout organizations to achieve business agility and reduce time to market while innovating through multiple feedback channels. This workshop will provide hands on experience for using Visual Studio Teams Services and Azure to implement DevOps practices. You will build out a release pipeline deploying a web application through multiple stages into production maximizing efficiencies using automation for infrastructure, builds, testing, and deployments. Come ready with your MSDN Azure benefits enabled to maximize the value of this fast paced workshop. Leave with the tools and knowledge how to implement DevOps using VSTS and Azure.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Douglas

Mike Douglas

Solution Consultant, Deliveron Consulting Services
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services. He specializes in working with development teams to implement DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions to eliminate traditional silos between development, business, and operations to establish cohesive processes with the Visual Studio ALM tools. He is also Microsoft Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP and a Microsoft ALM Ranger. Mike is... Read More →



Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Dapper II

8:30am

Let's Do Microsoft Microservices! - Part 1 - Morning Workshop
Microsoft Microservices: Part 1

This is an introductory workshop on Microservices in the Microsoft stack. This is ideal if you have never worked with Microservices, or service fabric.

We will learn: What is Microservice Architecture
How can it be applied to my current infrastructure
How it applies from a business perspective
How to set up your environment for Service Fabric development
The architecture and components of Service Fabric Service discovery mechanisms
How to make a self-documenting API Gateway Basic data types in Service Fabric How to make services fault tolerant
How to implement failure as a service

Speakers
avatar for Chase Aucoin

Chase Aucoin

Speaker, Keyhole Software


Wednesday September 7, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Windsor I

1:30pm

Let's Do Microsoft Microservices! - Part 2 - Afternoon Workshop
Microsoft Microservices: Part 2

This is a workshop on Microservices in the Microsoft stack builds on a basic understanding of Microservices and Service Fabric. This is ideal if are already familiar with Microservices and have done a few of the tutorials online available from Microsoft.

We will learn:
Micro-Data as a pattern
Basic CQRS Patterns
How to break down services into coherent domains
Build a Customer Service
Build an Invoice Service Data pipelining for highly decoupled systems of systems
Near real-time data aggregation
Build an Invoice Aggregation Service
Service Fabric partitions S
caling Service Fabric

Speakers
avatar for Chase Aucoin

Chase Aucoin

Speaker, Keyhole Software


Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Windsor I

1:30pm

Practical Data Science with R Part 2 - Afternoon Workshop
Part 2 of the Practical Data Science with R Workshop

Data science is the practice of transforming data into actionable insight. R is the most popular open-source programming language currently in use by data scientists. In our data-driven economy, this combination of skills is in extremely high demand, commanding significant increases in salary, and is revolutionizing the world as we know it.

In this workshop, we’ll learn about the practice of data science, the R programming language, and how they can be used to answer day-to-day questions about your business. In addition, we’ll learn how to transform and clean our data, create and interpret descriptive statistics, data visualizations, and statistical models. We’ll also learn how to apply machine learning algorithms and operationalize R for production.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Renze

Matthew Renze

Software Consultant, Renze Consulting
Matthew Renze is an independent software consultant, author for Pluralsight, international public speaker, a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and open-source software contributor.



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Windsor III

1:30pm

Leadership in Technology - Afternoon Workshop
All development teams are being asked to do more with less, but still deliver first-rate applications. This workshop is designed for developers and those who lead them. It will cover the hard questions teams need to address, and include real-world experience and strategies for Preparing for Growth, Product Launches, and How to Successfully Scale Your Team. The collaborative workshop is facilitated by best-selling author Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack. It offers case-by-case breakdowns with actionable expertise, along with Tarah's insights from engineer to executive on corporate leadership needs.

Speakers
avatar for Tarah Wheeler

Tarah Wheeler

CEO & Co-founder, Fizzmint
Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack (BA, MS, CSM, CSD) is co-founder and CEO of Fizzmint, an HR automation company. She has led projects at Microsoft Game Studios (Halo and Lips), architected systems at Silent Circle, holds two agile development certifications through the Scrum Alliance. She founded Red Queen Technologies, LLC, and co-founded and is co-chair of Hack The People, a mentorship project focused on underprivileged people in technology. She... Read More →



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Dapper I

1:30pm

Zero to DevOps - Afternoon Workshop
Competition in today's markets is driving DevOps throughout organizations to achieve business agility and reduce time to market while innovating through multiple feedback channels. This workshop will be provides hands on experience for using Visual Studio Teams Services and Azure to implement DevOps practices. You will build out a release pipeline deploying a web application through multiple stages into production maximizing efficiencies using automation for infrastructure, builds, testing, and deployments. Come ready with your MSDN Azure benefits enabled to maximize the value of this fast paced workshop. Leave with the tools and knowledge how to implement DevOps using VSTS and Azure.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Douglas

Mike Douglas

Solution Consultant, Deliveron Consulting Services
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services. He specializes in working with development teams to implement DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions to eliminate traditional silos between development, business, and operations to establish cohesive processes with the Visual Studio ALM tools. He is also Microsoft Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP and a Microsoft ALM Ranger. Mike is... Read More →



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Dapper II

1:30pm

Unity3D Game Development - Full Throttle - Afternoon Workshop
This is a deep dive using your C# or JavaScript knowledge base with Unity3d to create a challenging virtual environment. We will create an island with beaches, hills, lakes, trees and an ocean to surround it all. On that island will be build a stone maze for our hero to navigate and escape.

This session is a hands on development session where we will create a modern video game. Come and participate or just to watch. We will prove that a fully functioning game can be created in 3.5 hours. Watch the creation process live and learn the next steps for leveraging your skills and talent to truly create what your imagination desires.

If you ever wanted to use your C# or JavaScript skills to develop an idea from concept to completion then this session is the one to learn how to do that in the virtual world.

If you want to follow along as the project is being developed come you will need the Unity3d Software installed on your laptop ( http://unity3d.com/get-unity ). No prior Unity3d experience is required.

Target Audience: You. Those with a passion for developing with state of the art tools.

Speakers
avatar for Timothy Ingledue

Timothy Ingledue

Application Developer, Farm Credit Services of America



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Windsor IV

1:30pm

Designing Effective Minimal Viable Products (MVPs) - Afternoon Workshop
Minimal Viable Products (MVPs) are the focus of many agile projects, especially for founders following the Lean Startup model. But what exactly is an MVP and how do you use it strategically and effectively? More importantly, how do you design an MVP to engage your target customers rather than repel them? The approach of “Let’s just get something out there”, while popular, often fails to do the job. This workshop starts by exploring the MVP approach that many teams use, and why it often fails. You will learn the attributes of an effective MVP—a minimal, well-designed product that delivers real value to your users—while being realistic about what agile teams can actually deliver. The class will then break into teams and design an MVP for a mobile app using a fast-paced, step-by-step lean process. The process covers value propositions, determining critical hypotheses, validating hypotheses with meaningful metrics, scenario-based design, effective sketching and prototyping, and selling your designs to your managers and clients.

Speakers
avatar for Everett McKay

Everett McKay

Principal, UX Design Edge
Everett McKay is Principal of UX Design Edge, a user experience design training and consulting company for mobile, web, and desktop applications. Everett's specialty is UX design training for software professionals who aren't experienced designers through onsite and virtual courses and workshops. He has delivered UX design workshops to an international audience that includes Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa.



Wednesday September 7, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Dapper III

7:00pm

Opening Reception- Marriott Bistro and Patio
Join us for appetizers and drinks to kick off AIM | HDC, meet other conference goers, and get to know your speakers.

12560 Westport Pkwy, La Vista, NE 

Wednesday September 7, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Marriott Lobby (attached to conference center)
 
Thursday, September 8
 

8:00am

Breakfast is Served!
Thursday September 8, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am
La Vista Conference Center 12520 Westport Pkwy, La Vista, NE 68128

9:00am

Hacking Leadership: From Engineer to Executive
Fully own your career by following best-selling author Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack as she travels from her beginnings as a developer, in gaming, and now becoming a CEO and popular speaker. Tarah's sessions include diverse experiences within corporate America , and lists steps on pivoting in the industry, cyber security and more. Entertaining, fast and with takeaways that shift perspective, this keynote offers topics from team leadership to strategy on the unification of the developer community. Hacking Leadership appeals to engineers, entrepreneurs, those seeking a career change within technology, and C-level executives.

Speakers
avatar for Tarah Wheeler

Tarah Wheeler

CEO & Co-founder, Fizzmint
Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack (BA, MS, CSM, CSD) is co-founder and CEO of Fizzmint, an HR automation company. She has led projects at Microsoft Game Studios (Halo and Lips), architected systems at Silent Circle, holds two agile development certifications through the Scrum Alliance. She founded Red Queen Technologies, LLC, and co-founded and is co-chair of Hack The People, a mentorship project focused on underprivileged people in technology. She... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 9:00am - 9:45am
Main Ballroom

10:15am

Something’s Rotten in the State of Quality
Developers, do you really trust QA’s when they find a “bug"? QA folks, do you believe that developers have tested their work before they hand it over? You may identify with this atmosphere of contention surrounding QA. But there’s one underlying question for every team: are we building a quality product?

The definition of quality should go beyond a list of test cases executed against requirements. From the father of the quality revolution (Edward Deming) to the work of Martin Fowler and Mike Cohn, we’ll lay a theoretical groundwork for what quality is, then we will showcase these definitions with examples. We’ll end with specific activities along the SDLC that actually help assure quality. You’ll take away what it truly means to assure quality as well as ways to start putting it into practice.

This session is targeted towards all participants in the software development process: developers, project managers, product owners, business analysts, and quality assurance testers.

Moderators
avatar for Nicholas Tuck

Nicholas Tuck

Software Gardener, Aviture
Nicholas Tuck is an all purpose web developer with a broad range of experience from small business sites to startups to enterprise level web services. Nick believes there are right tools for the right job and has spent the last decade experimenting with a lot of them. These experiments are technical, like languages and libraries, as well as processes like true continuous integration and agile games. On top of technological achievements Nick... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Kathy I. Andersen

Kathy I. Andersen

Scrum Master/Business Analyst, Aviture Inc.
Kathy is a Scrum Master at Aviture Inc.. Previously, she's worked as a Business Analyst and Quality Assurance Analyst, always inspired by the quest for interesting problems. She also likes to stay engaged in the entrepreneurial communities in Omaha and Lincoln. | | Connect with her on Twitter https://twitter.com/kathyia or find her blog at https://kathyia.wordpress.com/.


Thursday September 8, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor I-II

10:15am

Rapid Microservices with .NET
Microservices are the new buzz technology term. However not every company can support everything that goes with supporting Microservices. Support questions like
Do I need Linux?
What is a container and how do I run them?
What Is Docker and do I run in Windows or Linux?
How do I scale?
How do I monitor my services?

In this session you will see C# .Net code that will allow you to rapidly build Microservices that can be hosted today in Windows and then moved to a container technology like Docker when your company is ready to support container technology.
Development tools discussed:
.Net C#, MongoDB, AutoFac, Log4Net, Metrics.Net, TopShelf, WebAPI

Speakers
avatar for Matt Huck

Matt Huck

Software Architect, Wex Health



Thursday September 8, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Dapper I-II

10:15am

Introducing Node-RED for Faster Development
If you have been programming long enough, you know that certain patterns emerge, and that work often gets wrapped in boilerplate code.  An example would be CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations on a database, that you might expose via an API.  Sending an email or text message.  What if you could develop, design, and orchestrate business logic using visual tooling?

Node-RED is an open source visual tool for wiring together business logic, built on Node.js.  Expose API endpoints via drag-and-drop.  Consume APIs in the same way.  Access databases, email server, Watson cognitive services, Twitter feeds, and more in a browser-based tool that allows you to visual control the flow of logic.  IBM Developer Advocate, Kevin Hoyt, takes you on a tour of the tool that may just revolutionize how you work, with increased productivity, and faster time to market.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Hoyt

Kevin Hoyt

Developer Advocate, IBM
IBM is a very large company. My little niche is as a Developer Advocate in a business unit focused on mobile and cloud strategy. As such, I am well versed in mobile development for iOS and Android, both native and hybrid (Cordova), as well as server development (Node.js, Java, PHP). My passion is in where these technologies meet early adopters in IoT (MQTT much?), and cognitive computing (Watson). I also enjoy desktop fabrication with 3D... Read More →



Thursday September 8, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor VIII-X

10:15am

Conducting Exceptional UX Interviews
UX Interviewing is a skill that is valuable for designers and developers alike. Learn about the best practices and procedures for conducting effective and efficient interviews, and how to choose the correct UX interview type to serve the needs of the business, the team, and the product. Learn how to draw a deeper understanding of problems, concepts and processes, as well as tricks and tips to get interviewees to talk openly, honestly and specifically.

Speakers
avatar for Preston Halstead

Preston Halstead

Speaker, Client Resources Inc.
Compulsive designer and dreamer of all things futuristic. When I'm not working with the awesome design and development teams at CRi (www.clientresourcesinc.com) I'm usually playing beach volleyball. Ask me anything about user experience research and design!


Thursday September 8, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor III-IV

11:15am

A Lap around ASP.NET Core 1.0!
Man, naming products is hard! But change is in the air for ASP.NET developers, as vNext ushers in a new era.

Let’s talk – .NET Core | ASP.NET Core 1.0 | Open Source | .NET Frameworks Changes| ASP.NET Runtimes | WebForms | MVC 6 | Cross-Platform Tooling | Omnisharp.NET | Homebrew | Yeoman | CLI with VS Code or Sublime Text | Docker.

Join me as we explore all that’s new & shiny. This is one of the best times to be an ASP.NET developer – let me show you why!

Speakers
avatar for Sam Basu

Sam Basu

Speaker, Telerik
Sam Basu is a technologist, author, speaker, Microsoft MVP, gadget-lover and Developer Advocate for Telerik. With a long developer background, he now spends much of his time advocating modern web/mobile/cloud development platforms on Microsoft/Telerik stacks. His spare times call for travel, fast cars, cricket and culinary adventures with the family. You can find him on the internet.



Thursday September 8, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Dapper I-II

11:15am

Moving forward with Angular 2
So you have an enterprise application built with Angular 1 but now Angular 2 is all the rave. Now What?!

Is your Angular 1 app Angular 2 ready? There are a lot of things we can do to make the transition smoother. But what if we don't want to upgrade just yet? There's still quite a few best practices and back ported features we can take from Angular 2. We'll review these and look at an easy upgrade to Angular 2, when you're ready for it.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Langton

Ryan Langton

Speaker, Integrity Inspired Solutions
Ryan is a senior engineer & consultant in the Kansas City area. Starting out as a .NET developer, he began exploring more client side coding years ago with Javascript and AngularJS. Ryan has helped train teams with their technology and lean processes. Clean coder advocate and speaker. Ryan also enjoys competing in triathlons and spending time with his wife and 3 children.



Thursday September 8, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

11:15am

Qubes OS: the Benefits to Developers
Qubes is a Linux-based operating system that favors isolation through virtual machines for security. Qubes uses different security domains to limit risky activity to a virtual machine with less to lose. Qubes helps developers by giving them confidence their code hasn't been tampered with by a virus or malware. With Qubes developers can download tools and libraries in an untrusted security domain and verify that the downloaded tool or library is safe.

Security should be a concern for everyone, but especially the developer. The software built by developers is propagated to the rest of the enterprise. Qubes helps mitigate this by isolating risky or dangerous activities to security domains that can withstand the damage caused by an attack. Qubes will not only help the developer, but help the entire enterprise.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Heath

Ben Heath

Solutions Architect II, Woodmen Life


Qubes pdf

Thursday September 8, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor I-II

11:15am

Eight Attributes of an Intuitive UI
Having an intuitive UI is a top goal for every project, yet surprisingly few people have a strong understanding of what this concept really means. (A quick test: ask someone to define it. Most likely you won’t be unimpressed by their answers.)

By attending this session, you will learn what it means for a UI to be intuitive. You will learn a practical definition, the attributes required to be intuitive, and the levels of intuitiveness. Ultimately, you will learn how to help your team design UIs that are more self-explanatory and require less training and documentation—which is especially important for mobile apps.

You will see these concepts applied to a variety of real design problems. Finally, you will learn that not all UIs need to be intuitive, and when it is a good idea to have unintuitive UI—strategically rather than accidentally.

Speakers
avatar for Everett McKay

Everett McKay

Principal, UX Design Edge
Everett McKay is Principal of UX Design Edge, a user experience design training and consulting company for mobile, web, and desktop applications. Everett's specialty is UX design training for software professionals who aren't experienced designers through onsite and virtual courses and workshops. He has delivered UX design workshops to an international audience that includes Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa.



Thursday September 8, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor III-IV

1:15pm

Smaller Not Taller: Defeating the Mobile Application Architecture giant
Making the right decisions for a mobile project can be a very involved process of trial and error before you find a good fit. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a map? In this session we will compare frameworks and approaches based on the kind of mobile project you are doing, and walk through what the actual code looks like to accomplish basic tasks for each one. We will cover native, hybrid and mobile web approaches for enterprise-level solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Downing

Heather Downing

Speaker, VML
Climbing the technology mountain and halfway up the side. Experience in .Net, mobile development and more recently augmented reality. Focusing on coding for humans and choosing the right tool for the job. | | Heather is a passionate coder and entrepreneur. She has experience working with Fortune 500 companies building enterprise level mobile and .Net applications. She spends her spare time at tech conferences supporting the growth of new... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor III-IV

1:15pm

DevOps: Demystifying the Approach for Delivering Business Value Faster
Take a structured look at how to build, measure, and improve DevOps processes in your organization

Look beyond the hype of DevOps as we explore the value DevOps provides to IT teams and their businesses, and how an organization can measure its DevOps maturity level. Armed with this information, an organization can create a DevOps backlog for a designated DevOps Enablement team to lead the transformation to a greater level of DevOps maturity.

Key Takeaways
- Understand DevOps and the impact it has on organizations
- Understand how to measure your organization’s DevOps maturity
- Learn how to create an approach for improving DevOps in your organization by creating a DevOps Enablement team to work through the DevOps backlog

Speakers
avatar for Mike Douglas

Mike Douglas

Solution Consultant, Deliveron Consulting Services
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services. He specializes in working with development teams to implement DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions to eliminate traditional silos between development, business, and operations to establish cohesive processes with the Visual Studio ALM tools. He is also Microsoft Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP and a Microsoft ALM Ranger. Mike is... Read More →
avatar for John Weland

John Weland

Principal, Deliveron Consulting Services


Thursday September 8, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor I-II

1:15pm

Exploring SQL Server 2016's New Features
Come see some of the new features of SQL Server 2016 such as temporal tables, query store, JSON support, and data masking! You will be able to see each feature demo'd with time for questions. Come see how SQL Server 2016 can help you develop new ways of working with data!

Speakers
avatar for Phil Brammer

Phil Brammer

Speaker, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Nebraska



Thursday September 8, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

1:15pm

A Microservices Architecture that Emphasizes Rapid Development
Microservices and monoliths are often pitted against each other as black-and-white alternatives where you adopt one or the other. However, both have some fantastic advantages that work well in different situations - so why not create an architecture that allows for both?

Over the last two years we’ve broken down much of Hudl’s original monolith into dozens of smaller microservices. Our approach places an emphasis on rapid development and iteration. To do that, the architecture doesn’t prescribe too many rules around how “micro” a service actually needs to be. This empowers development teams to make decisions about trade-offs on size, speed of development, stability, and everything else on the spectrum between microservice and monolith. At times, this has led to the creation of “mini-liths” - services that grow way larger than a microservice probably ought to, and that’s perfectly fine.

In this session:
- An architectural view of Hudl’s full-stack microservices that let teams build both UI and backend components at the same time, which enables rapid development and iteration.
- Examples of how teams scoped the “bounded context” for several of our services (both small and large), and the natural forces that help drive teams to break services apart when they become too large.
- The lifecycle of a microservice, and how we perceive ownership in an environment where development teams aren’t 1:1 with the services they develop.

Speakers
avatar for Rob Hruska

Rob Hruska

Engineering Director, Hudl
Rob is the Engineering Director on Hudl's Foundation tribe, which builds and supports the underlying platform for Hudl's microservice architecture, mobile applications, and data strategy.


Thursday September 8, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Dapper I-II

2:15pm

Habits of Highly Effective JavaScript Developers
Javascript is easy to do very badly, but also fantastic when done well. In this session, Jon will walk through some JavaScript best practices to make you a more productive developer. From linting your code, to adhering to common patterns, Jon will give you practical tips to help prevent some common JavaScript troubles.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Mills

Jonathan Mills

Director, Paige Technologies
Jonathan Mills is a Pluralsight Author, Microsoft ASP.Net Insider, and International Speaker on topics ranging from Node.js and Angular to Management and Agile Development. Jon is a consultant with Paige Technologies and helps our clients deal with the constantly changing landscape of software development. Jon also has the opportunity to promote positive management and project practices. Jon’s current favorite tech stack is javascript including... Read More →



Thursday September 8, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Dapper I-II

2:15pm

How Responsive Design is Driving Behavior in Today's Mobile World.
The world is rapidly and exponentially shifting to mobile as their primary window to the digital world and all your content needs to be ready yesterday! This breakout session will look at best practices in the mobile space including UI/UX Design, Responsive Design, Mobile Strategy, Languages & Frameworks and more to get and keep you and your team on point in this new mobile age.

After creating internationally recognized digital media and development for clients large and small for over 15 years, Christopher will give industry insights into trends and practices to set you and your clients up for success in an increasingly mobile landscape. With real world examples and immediately actionable advice, this session should be invaluable for anyone entering the mobile space or trying to elevate their current presence.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Kingsley

Christopher Kingsley

Speaker, Firespring


Thursday September 8, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor I-II

2:15pm

What's Coming in Elasticsearch 5.0
This will focus on the major changes that are coming between the 2.x and 5.0 series of Elasticsearch, a distributed, open source, search and analytics engine.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Hinman

Lee Hinman

Elasticsearch Developer, Elastic


Thursday September 8, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

2:15pm

Building Location-Aware Mobile Apps with Beacons
Learn what is possible with beacon technology and how to leverage it with the mobile applications you are coding. We'll go over the BLE technology in depth, and provide an overview of implementation for iOS and even Android. Whether your forte is building native or cross-platform, this is a simple yet powerful tool to use for larger spaces.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Downing

Heather Downing

Speaker, VML
Climbing the technology mountain and halfway up the side. Experience in .Net, mobile development and more recently augmented reality. Focusing on coding for humans and choosing the right tool for the job. | | Heather is a passionate coder and entrepreneur. She has experience working with Fortune 500 companies building enterprise level mobile and .Net applications. She spends her spare time at tech conferences supporting the growth of new... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor III-IV

3:15pm

Secure your ASP.NET WebApi and MVC applications
Everyday we read or hear about some new security exploit. A hacker was able to gain access to a system and downloaded millions of credit cards. Or, a hacker was able to inject code into a website and download viruses onto users computers. 100% security is not possible, but how can we make it very difficult for someone to get in?

Learn how to use the functionality provided by web browsers such as IE, Chrome, and Firefox and the .NET framework to increase the security of your site in almost no time at all. In addition, this session will also cover how to extend out security tools provided in the ASP.NET core library to write your own custom rules to secure your data.

Speakers
avatar for Bob Walker

Bob Walker

Lead Application Developer, Farm Credit Services of America
I've been a full stack developer from the start, way back in the days of .NET 1.0 when ASP.NET WebForms roamed the earth. Over the years my interests have grown from just ASP.NET, C# and SQL to JavaScript, AngularJS, TDD, Automated Testing, Automated Database deployment, Secure Development Practices, and SOLID programming. These days I do my best to help lead a team of developers to help develop and support a loan origination system at Farm... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

3:15pm

Uptown Func Delegates for Everyday Development
Do delegates seem too cryptic and complicated for everyday development? Are you confused every time you see a Lambda expression in code? They don't have to be so mysterious, because .NET brings you a plethora of built-in functionality and C# makes them easy to use. In this session we'll Func<U> up until you've got a handle on how delegates work. We'll explore how, why, and when you should use delegates in your code. You will see examples of practical applications for everyday development use and how delegates and Lambdas bring you closer to mastery of Linq.

Speakers
avatar for Duane Newman

Duane Newman

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies, LLC


Thursday September 8, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Windsor I-II

3:15pm

Bridge the Dev/Production Gap With Docker
How many times have you implemented a feature in your development environment only to see it fail in production? This happens because our development, testing, and production environments often have significant differences that make shipping software less reliable. This talk will detail how to bridge this "gap" in environments with Docker.

Vagrant has helped us create reproducible development environments, but is hard to extend to production. Provisioning tools like Chef and Puppet can automate DevOps infrastructure, but aren't meant for development. Docker and containerization, however, allows us to duplicate our tools across environments to enable faster and more reliable deployments. We will learn about the best practices in achieving this goal, as well as the current challenges.

Speakers
avatar for John Oerter

John Oerter

Software Engineer, Phenomblue


Thursday September 8, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Windsor III-IV

3:15pm

Functional Web Programming using Elm
Elm brings functional programming directly into the web world. Use Elm to create amazing web applications and transpile down to JavaScript so you can run it anywhere.

Elm describes itself as a competitor to web frameworks like React and Angular, but it’s so much more – it’s a language as well as a set of tools for building scalable web applications in a concise, maintainable way.

In this session, we’ll explore the Elm programming language and how its functional roots will help you create web apps that scale easily. We’ll learn about creating Elm components using the model-update-view pattern, how to use commands to perform HTTP requests, and how subscriptions can help create event-based reactive applications.

Speakers
avatar for Spencer Schneidenbach

Spencer Schneidenbach

Platform Architect, Ryvit/Gadellnet
Spencer Schneidenbach is a web developer in the St. Louis area, focusing on JavaScript, AngularJS, C#, and ASP.NET. He currently works as the Platform Architect at Ryvit/Gadellnet, leading the technical decisions on the platform as well as mentoring other developers. While not at work, he enjoys speaking, blogging, reading, and spending time with his two kids and wife.


Thursday September 8, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Dapper I-II

4:15pm

User Driven Development
Our job as developers is to make the world a better place, whether it's connecting people, providing entertainment, or making someone's job easier. To do this, we have to know who we're building software for: our users. Understanding my users has been a key to every successful project I've worked on. I'll share some of my successes and some of my failures, and show how that's led to the approach to software that I take today. Together, we can provide our users with just what they need to make their world a bit better.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Clark

Jeremy Clark

Developer Betterer, Jeremy Bytes.com
Jeremy Clark makes developers better. By drawing on over 15 years of experience in application development, he helps developers take a step up in their skillset with a focus on making complex topics approachable regardless of skill level. He is a Microsoft MVP for .NET, and he has authored seven courses for Pluralsight, including "C# Interfaces", a course aimed at giving developers a clear understanding of abstraction. Jeremy lives in Southern... Read More →



Thursday September 8, 2016 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Main Ballroom

5:30pm

MESH Party at Alley V by Deliveron
Join us for the MESH party over at Alley V for a night of games, bites, drinks, and lots of fun! You bring your lanyard and we will make sure you make it back to the private party. Let's get ready to bowl!

HDC conference registration includes two drink tickets and a $10 game card to the first 50 guests at the MESH party. There will also be HoloLens at the event for attendees to try. 

Want to bring friends who are unable to attend the conference? Tickets can be purchased by the general public at meshpartyaimhdc.splashthat.com and include two free drink tickets and access to appetizers and bowling. 

The HoloLens will be available for demo too!

The MESH Party is sponsored by Deliveron.  


Thursday September 8, 2016 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Alley V 3375 Oak View Dr, Omaha, NE 68144
 
Friday, September 9
 

8:00am

Breakfast is Served!
Friday September 9, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am
La Vista Conference Center 12520 Westport Pkwy, La Vista, NE 68128

9:00am

The Future of the Web
Yet another revolution is at hand in this world we call the web. Mobile, IoT, Bots, apps, VR, AR, native code; all are changing the trajectory of the web into spaces still yet unknown. However, signs of where the web is going can be found in many of these technologies of today and, spoiler alert, it’s something of which all developers (not just JavaScript developers) will want to take note. Let’s explore how the “web of the future” might look.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Burtoft

Jeff Burtoft

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Jeff is Principal Program Manager for Web Apps at Microsoft. He spends his day working with developers who build for the web, and he makes sure that Windows is a great place to do it.  Jeff also authored “HTML5 Hacks” from O’Reilly publications, blogs at ThisHereWeb.com and is the lead developer of Manifoldjs.  Jeff can be found on twitter @boyofgreen.  


Friday September 9, 2016 9:00am - 9:45am
Main Ballroom

10:15am

Data Science and Managing a Software Development Team
Learn ways that data science can improve the management of software development teams. Breakaway from dogma, and apply data and research methods to setting billable rates, planning projects, conducting project postmortems, and analyzing employee performance.

This is a great session for people interested in data science methods, and/or improving the performance of their team. Both novices and experts will find value in this presentation.

Speakers

Friday September 9, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor I-II

10:15am

12 Keys to Scalable JavaScript in 2016
JavaScript moves so fast that it’s often hard to tell whether you’re “doing it wrong” at any given moment. Automated builds, dependency management, testing, encapsulation, and patterns for separating concerns are just a few of the topics we’ll discuss. Let’s put your current client-side development patterns to the test and see how they stack up.

Speakers
avatar for Cory House

Cory House

Author / Software Architect, Pluralsight / Vinsolutions


Friday September 9, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Dapper I-II

10:15am

Software Automation tests with Appium, Selenium and Fitnesse
Automation is a buzz word in the software community. Everyone wants to automate their tests but are not quite sure how to do it successfully. In this session, we will look at some Open Source Tools to accomplish Mobile, Web and API testing successfully. The session will cover some simple frameworks/tools you can integrate into your CI process, example codes and short demonstrations.

Speakers
avatar for Herb Scruggs

Herb Scruggs

Lead Automation Engineer, Client Resources Inc



Friday September 9, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor III-IV

10:15am

DI Why? Getting a Grip on Dependency Injection
What is Dependency Injection? And why would we want to use it? That's what we're here to answer. We'll start by looking at the problems caused by tight coupling. Then we'll use some DI patterns such as constructor injection and property injection to break that tight coupling. We'll see how loosely-coupled applications are easier to extend and test. With a better understanding of the basic patterns, we'll remove the magic behind DI containers so that we can use the tools appropriately in our code.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Clark

Jeremy Clark

Developer Betterer, Jeremy Bytes.com
Jeremy Clark makes developers better. By drawing on over 15 years of experience in application development, he helps developers take a step up in their skillset with a focus on making complex topics approachable regardless of skill level. He is a Microsoft MVP for .NET, and he has authored seven courses for Pluralsight, including "C# Interfaces", a course aimed at giving developers a clear understanding of abstraction. Jeremy lives in Southern... Read More →



Friday September 9, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Windsor VIII-X

11:15am

Top 10 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Code
Find out the best ways to teach your kids how to code. We will try tangible ways to show the idea of programming and learn tactics for making it fun. We will explore the best games, apps, programs, curriculum, and tools to use. You will also learn tricks and tips to engage your kids and keep them motivated. Prepare to be educated, energized and ready to show your kids why you chose software as a profession.

Speakers
avatar for Kris Boedigheimer

Kris Boedigheimer

Educator, Aspen Academy
I am a former computer programmer turned homeschool mom who loves learning, travel, exercise, reading, finding exciting new hobbies, and spending time with family. Besides teaching homeschool I am a third degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, Advanced Level Toastmaster Speaker, and group fitness instructor for Les Mills Bodyflow, Les Milles BodyAttack. We travel constantly and make it a habit to try something different at each location including... Read More →


Friday September 9, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor I-II

11:15am

What's new in ALM and DevOps with Visual Studio 2015, TFS 2015, and VSTS
Microsoft is continuously releasing new features and tools designed to help individual developers and teams be more productive. Come see the latest improvements in managing work with Kanban and developer improvements in Git, Package Management. Learn how to automate everything with the new web based and cross platform build and release services. We will wrap up talking about Microsoft's direction and some of the new features coming soon.

Objectives
1. Understand new ALM features in Visual Studio 2015, VSTS, TFS 2015
2. See how new features can help developers become more efficient and produce better quality software
3. To get a glimpse into what is coming in the future for Microsoft ALM and DevOps

Speakers
avatar for Mike Douglas

Mike Douglas

Solution Consultant, Deliveron Consulting Services
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services. He specializes in working with development teams to implement DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions to eliminate traditional silos between development, business, and operations to establish cohesive processes with the Visual Studio ALM tools. He is also Microsoft Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP and a Microsoft ALM Ranger. Mike is... Read More →



Friday September 9, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

11:15am

Oops We Forgot: From the Eyes of an Attacker
The world is filled with frameworks packed with layer after layer of protection. Things like XSS and SQL Injection are becoming easier to mitigate by simply using a pre-built library. OAuth, SAML, and OpenID are drop in authentication / authorization frameworks. TLS libraries are baked into every major language now. Yet the role of a penetration tester is still a valuable one that frequently bears fruit. Why?

From the eyes of a programmer-turned-application penetration tester, these are the top 10 things I see development teams forgetting to do in production despite the presence of such powerful libraries. We'll go over each basic item, explain the risk involved, how to mitigate, and discuss the likely reasons we forget about them.

Speakers
avatar for Ethan Wilder

Ethan Wilder

Ethical Hacker, ADT



Friday September 9, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Windsor III-IV

11:15am

Getting Started with Angular 2 and TypeScript
The web world has become increasingly more complex over the past few years. The demand for fast, fluid single page applications (or SPAs) has gone up, along with the seemingly endless number of frameworks used to build them. The most popular among them, Angular 1, took the SPA world by storm seven years ago. Since then, it's been adopted by many developers and firms looking to build rich, feature-fill applications for the web, mobile, and beyond.

Angular 2 looks to continue that trend with a library that is more performant, lighter, and easier to use. In this session, we'll learn about components, directives, services, and dependency injection, as well as the new Angular 2 syntax. We'll also learn about TypeScript, Microsoft's open source superset of JavaScript that enables fast, fluid, fun, and safe development. Learn about some of the features of TypeScript that enable us to rapidly develop and maintain Angular 2 applications with ease, including classes, decorators, and compile-time type checking.

Speakers
avatar for Spencer Schneidenbach

Spencer Schneidenbach

Platform Architect, Ryvit/Gadellnet
Spencer Schneidenbach is a web developer in the St. Louis area, focusing on JavaScript, AngularJS, C#, and ASP.NET. He currently works as the Platform Architect at Ryvit/Gadellnet, leading the technical decisions on the platform as well as mentoring other developers. While not at work, he enjoys speaking, blogging, reading, and spending time with his two kids and wife.


Friday September 9, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm
Dapper I-II

1:15pm

Cooking with GAAS, Globalization as a Service
What would a non-English-speaking user say about your product? What are the challenges that present themselves when you want to take your product global? Product team members need to be armed with the knowledge and awareness of what it takes to build a product in the appropriate locale or culture. With the drive to microservice architecture and continuous deployment product strategies, how does a monumental task like globalization fit in?

The talk will not only provide a case study of how Hudl tackled the globalization challenge across our platforms (iOS, Android, Web), but will also provide tips and tricks on testing, reliability, and the translation process. In this talk I will cover the following:
- How to start with an MVP (minimum viable product) on globalization
- How globalization fits in a microservice architecture
- How to make globalization scalable inside your organization when there are many parties involved.
If you are a software engineer, quality engineer, quality analyst, or product manager this session will be helpful if you are thinking about internationalizing. In addition, if you are already working with an internationalized product we invite you to attend as this will provide a different engineering, process, and testing angle.

Speakers
avatar for Ramzi Yassine

Ramzi Yassine

Software Development Lead, Hudl
Ramzi is a software engineer dev'ing for Hudl's Foundation tribe/department, which builds and supports the underlying platform for Hudl's microservice architecture, mobile applications, and data strategy.


Friday September 9, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor I-II

1:15pm

Cloud Wars: AWS vs. Azure
Are you wanting to get into the cloud but torn between cloud providers? Perhaps you should go with AWS, the grandaddy of the cloud offerings? Or perhaps Azure is the way to go, what with all the Azure credits you get with your MSDN subscription and the integration into Visual Studio?

In this talk I will help you compare the two and make a more informed decision as you continue on your cloud journey. And yes, I will teach you how to beat box.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Oliver

Paul Oliver

Principal Software Architect, Vosaic
Paul Oliver is the Principal Software Architect at Vosaic--a Nelnet and Hudl "startup" in Lincoln. Paul graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2000 (Computer Engineering) and received his MBA from Creighton in 2014. The majority of his career was at Farm Credit Services of America in Omaha, where he filled the Lead Developer role. He has also worked at three startups (all three have failed, unfortunately) in architect and leadership... Read More →



Friday September 9, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

1:15pm

Responsive Web Design with ASP.NET Core 1.0
ASP.NET Core 1.0 is a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern Web applications using .NET. This session will share the lessons learned in converting an ecommerce site to be responsive a year ago, what would be done differently now, and the results from the last 9 months. You'll gain some useful responsive techniques, and learn how to create a responsive web site that works great on a variety of devices using this new framework, Bootstrap and Visual Studio 2015!


Friday September 9, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Dapper I-II

1:15pm

Building Apps with the Universal Windows Platform
These days, Windows runs on such a wide variety of devices that designing an app that looks good can be a big challenge. With all the different screen sizes and input methods how do you design an app that provides a great user experience? The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) provides the tools and building blocks that you need to do just that. Come learn how you can leverage UWP to build apps that will run on your tablet, phone, PC, IoT device or Xbox. We will look at how you can build a responsive UI that will adapt to the screen size and how you can leverage the different features of each system in your app.

Speakers
avatar for Brent Stewart

Brent Stewart

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies


Friday September 9, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor III-IV

2:15pm

Agile Architecture
In this session we will discuss the use of Agile constructs within the domain of software architecture. This will include an exploration of how to balance emergent designs with intentional planning. Additional ancillary topics will also be addressed including: common architecture principles, guidelines for measuring good architecture, and an evaluation of agile techniques. By the end of the session, attendees will have a new perspective on architecture that will empower them to create flexible software solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Green

Steve Green

Speaker, Wirestream, LLC
Over the last decade, Steve has focused on exploring digital craftsmanship and innovative disruption. He has spent time with organizations of various sizes, in numerous industries, maximizing business value by employing the artistry of technology. Throughout his career, Steve has accepted a variety of leadership roles, each focused on multiple aspects of application architecture and digital transformation. This experience has provided him with... Read More →


Friday September 9, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor III-IV

2:15pm

SEO for Developers
You built a great website! Your stakeholders love it! Fast forward a month and now the people who were singing your praises are complaining that there's no traffic and no one can find the site. What do you do? How do Google rankings even work? Search Engine Optimization (SEO) starts with some basic principles that can be built into the website from the beginning. Come learn basic tips that will give you a leg up on your competitors and drive traffic to your site.

Speakers
avatar for Joel Kauffman

Joel Kauffman

System Architect, Worthington Tractor Parts Inc.


Friday September 9, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor I-II

2:15pm

ASP.NET Core Changes Every Developer Should Know
ASP.NET MVC 6 is a complete rewrite of the framework bringing exciting changes. We'll look at the key differences between MVC 5 and 6 including: project structure, dependency injection, configuration, TagHelpers and more.

Speakers
avatar for Ed Charbeneau

Ed Charbeneau

Developer Advocate, Progress (Telerik)
Ed Charbeneau is a web enthusiast, speaker, writer, design admirer, and Developer Advocate for Progress on Telerik DevCraft. He has designed and developed web based applications for business, manufacturing, systems integration as well as customer facing websites. Ed enjoys geeking out to cool new tech, brainstorming about future technology, and admiring great design


Friday September 9, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Dapper I-II

2:15pm

Eye Tracking in UX
Why aren’t people clicking the thing? Don’t they see it? Do they understand what it does? What are they looking at instead?

Eye tracking, when used together with usability testing, can help to answer these questions. Learn how to use eye tracking to help you make design decisions that get users to click all the things.

We’ll talk about:
•How eye tracking is used in UX research and design
•Gaze-controlled applications and game design
•Types of eye trackers available and price ranges
•How to conduct an eye tracking study
•Using eye tracking outputs to communicate results to clients
•Eye tracking case studies and how results can be used to improve UI’s

Moderators
avatar for Hilary Bainbridge

Hilary Bainbridge

Software Quality Analyst, Hudl

Speakers
avatar for Jeanne Petty

Jeanne Petty

UX Team Lead, Union Pacific


Friday September 9, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor VIII-X

3:00pm

Prize-A-Palooza
Did you play BINGO over the past few days? Submit your score card and wait for your name to possibly be called during this fun prize give-away!

Friday September 9, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Main Ballroom