October 21 – 25, 2019 | Munich

Web Development & Architecture

„The Web Development & Architecture Track gives answers to all sorts of questions – even those you might not even have thought of.“

– Aimee Knight, DramaFever/Warner Bros.

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Track Speakers iJS London 2019

Sebastian Meyen

Sebastian Meyen

Software & Support Media
Manfred Steyer

Manfred Steyer

SOFTWAREarchitekt.at
Christian Liebel

Christian Liebel

Thinktecture AG
Cennydd Bowles

Cennydd Bowles

Designer and Writer
Erin Zimmer

Erin Zimmer

Shine Solutions
Gil Fink

Gil Fink

sparXys
Oliver Sturm

Oliver Sturm

DevExpress
Tamar Twena-Stern

Tamar Twena-Stern

Palo Alto Networks
Anastasiia Miroshnichenko

Anastasiia Miroshnichenko

Saint Elmo's Berlin
Bruce Lawson

Bruce Lawson

Web Developer
Jesse Sanders

Jesse Sanders

BrieBug Software
angular-BIG

Web Development & Architecture

There are lots of interesting aspects in Web Development, for example is the architectural one, and, of course, DevOps, the collaboration between software developers and the IT operations team through the entire service lifecycle. The goal is to provide resilient and sustainable systems in a world of shorter delivery cycles, high-quality deliveries, and faster changes of functionality by making use of container and cloud technologies as well as microservices. The Web Development & Architecture Track gives answers to all sorts of questions – even those you might not even have thought of. You will learn how to choose the right framework for your concerns, and you will gain deep insights in security, testing, performance – server-side as well as regarding your applications –, hardened DevOps Toolchains, and even SEO.

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