Amir, a founder of CodeValue and its Web and Mobile division leader, is a senior software architect specializing in .NET and Web related toolchain and technology stack.
Throughout his career, Amir has lead large development teams and entire R&D divisions, serves as a software architect, mentor, a strong tech lead and developer.
Moreover, Amir has conducted many lectures and workshops, and has tackled technological obstacles head-on in both front-end and back-end products in various fields, including Cloud, on-premise, microservices, SOA and IoT solutions.
Additionally, he has been assisting dozens of companies to build their business and systems from the ground up, including areas of recruitment, business analysis, architecture, design, implementation, testing and DevOps.
Furthermore, in addition to being a public speaker and one of CodeValue's college instructors, Amir has had several publications as well. He is the author of "Hands-On Full-Stack Web Development with ASP.NET Core" and "WCF 4.0 Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC)". Moreover, he has developed and released a rich open-source package called “WCF Contrib” and made numerous contributions to open source software.
10:15-11:00 Building Web Apps With WebAssembly and Blazor
WebAssembly, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the web developer. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new technologies and new platforms, to boldly go where no one has gone before.
Enter Blazor WebAssembly! It enables you to write complete web apps over open web standards in.. well.. C#! You might be wondering how you can do that, how it should look like, and whether it is a sane choice (and rightfully so).
Join me in this session as we cover the emergence of WebAssembly into the app world while using Blazor and C#.
15:00-16:00 Panel - Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, Israeli Cloud, Microservices, PaaS, SaaS, and Everything in Between
In recent years, many organizations have at least considered modernizing their application with Microservices. Even on its own, if not done right, this transition can pose a serious threat to every business's longevity. When you combine this transition with Hybrid Cloud and On-Prem strategies, the risk rises even significantly more, and a lot of questions arise. How should you approach this move? What are the risks of an on-prem requirement? Should you use PaaS & SaaS, or is IaaS king? Which cloud vendor should you use?
Join us for an expert panel discussing these issues and more, and bring your questions to the table so that these experts can help you find an answer.