How are natural & intuitive interactive emerging experiences designed into software? How do you design inspirational Emerging Experiences in new scenarios across the broadest range of devices, from big screens to small screens to no screens at all? How do you build software for a world that is more mobile, natural and grounded in intuitive? Join Tim Huckaby in a demo heavy, entertaining and technical discussion of the future of More Personal Computing and Emerging Experiences.Touch, Gesture, Voice Recognition, Demographic Profiling, Facial Recognition, Emotional Recognition, Holographic Experiences and more: All the bad; all the good; privacy law, all the real customer demos and stories, and the tools, tips and tricks learned along the way. This demo-heavy keynote will show you a number of real emerging experiences solutions (from propriety solutions to broadcast television solutions you see every day). Tim Huckaby will show you the use cases where these types of emerging experiences solutions are happening. And those coming in the immediate future and beyond.
The industry has been changing at a rapid rate but it has felt like the DBA toolkit has been left behind... That is until now. In this session we will explore the new features in SQL Server 2016 which are going to change the game for DBAs when it comes to troubleshooting and administration. Best of all your colleagues will be jealous of these features. The new Query Store and Live Query Stats features are going to greatly simplify the process of identifying performance bottlenecks. Imagine being able to focus on the solution rather than wasting time identifying the problem.
Join Dan Fernandez, Anders Hejlsberg, Scott Hunter, Rob Lefferts, Julia Liuson and Larry Rau (Verizon) to discuss the future of software development and the evolution of the developer role, the development tools and methodologies This is an open Q&A session where the attendees were able to ask their questions to the panelists