During this session we will do a walkthrough of a complex voice deployment within a major government office and share lessons learnt along the way. In this design and architecture focused session, you will learn about key considerations when planning Voice migration strategies, helping to prepare the Project Team and make the transition smoother.
Microsoft are making significant investments in the user experience of SharePoint, creating new, modern experiences for core SharePoint capabilities like document libraries, lists, and portals. Like much of the modern web, these capabilities are built with an emphasis on client-side script to provide a light-weight, lightning-fast experience. The new SharePoint Framework provides the foundation inside SharePoint for building responsive experiences for both mobile and desktop. We'll help you to get started with the key new concepts and tools, as we build a client side web part.
The Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) pattern and Event Sourcing (ES) are currently generating a great deal of interest from developers and architects who are designing and building large-scale, distributed systems. This session is structured in two related parts: An introduction to CQRS and ES to get you started with the pattern and domain of application, requirements, potential barriers; and a working reference implementation sample built in Azure, which is intended to illustrate many of the concepts related to the CQRS pattern and event sourcing approaches to developing complex enterprise applications.
Future Decoded keynote speaker, Katja Hofmann from (Microsoft Research) will be joining UK Technical Evangelist, Rob Fraser to talk about her presentation and share her views on Machine Learning and Future Decoded.