Understanding and building scalable software paradigms

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Excerpt

The road lay ahead, success or failure, and how you respond early will help determine your outcome. With much planning, thought, and expense you've built the greatest tribute to innovation, Solving a problem, filling a need or answering the call of excellence. All worthy pursuits in the attempt to obtain your goals and roll out your product or solution. Success!! People are using it. One problem, people are using it.

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Overview:
The road lay ahead, success or failure, and how you respond early will help determine your outcome. With much planning, thought, and expense you’ve built the greatest tribute to innovation, Solving a problem, filling a need or answering the call of excellence. All worthy pursuits in the attempt to obtain your goals and roll out your product or solution. Success!! People are using it. One problem, people are using it.

You suddenly realize that the hardware isn’t adequate to meet the need. Throw more hardware at it, great but is that the problem? Does your solution adequately scale? Would you benefit from RESTful, load balancing solutions? How much can you achieve and hope to achieve with development best practices.

As a software engineer, architect, CFO or CIO do you have a clear road map of what your future looks like? Many of us have seen Field of Dreams and are familiar with the quote “If you build it, they will come”. This can be a boon or a bust based upon your ability to ramp up and leverage technology and forward thinking solutions

Solution:
Success is more than having a project completed. It is also knowing when and how to successfully apply the litmus test to your design patterns. As well as your architecture as a whole. Join me while we separate fact, from fiction, and discuss the best approaches for the task at hand.

Speaking experience

Speaker

  • Dan gor

    Biography

    Background:

    My background is that of software engineer, project manager and director of technology. I’ve been writing software for twenty(20) years in various languages and scripting tools. Additionally, I have been involved with some very large web-based technology initiatives including electronic software delivery, compliance with SOX and PCI, online ticketing purchasing engine and so on. Also a founding member of the Tarantula Hawk Open Source Initiative data abstraction libraries