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Industrial Software Development - SEMINARS

Autore dell'avviso: Luca Didaci

13 November 2019
Seminars integrated with the Industrial Software Development course (MSc Computer Engineering)


These seminars are an integral part of the ISDe course (MSc Computer Engineering)  but they are open to everyone.

In addition to an opportunity to study the software development methodologies adopted by the invited companies, it is an opportunity to get to know companies in which an internship could be carried out.

The first meeting is scheduled for November 15th at 9 am, room M, with AVANADE.

Please register here!





Title: Xamarin Cross platform app integrated with Azure Service 

Abstract: This seminar will deal with the use of Azure and Xamarin micro-services. We will create a service on Azure and a mobile Xamarin application that connects to the Azure backend.

Speaker: Iulia Tatomir, AVANADE

Nov. 15, h: 9-11, room M

Nov. 27, h: 11-13, room: to be defined

Date and Room: to be defined (last lecture will be held in December)



Title: A journey to the Cloud with Amazon Web Services 

Abstract: Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides on-demand information technology solutions and cloud services with a consumption-based pricing plan. In this seminar, after a brief introduction to AWS and an overview of the service offering, we will dive deep on methodologies and tools for building modern architectures. We will discuss about DevOps, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) and we will talk about microservices, containers and serverless architecture.

Speaker: Carmela Gambardella, Solutions Architect – AWS Public Sector

Nov. 19, h: 14:30-16:30, room: to be defined



Title: Agile software delivery in practice

Abstract: Moneyfarm is a pan-european wealth management company that blends human expertise and technology to make personal digital investment advice and fully-managed portfolios widely accessible. Born in Italy, with offices in Milan, London, Cagliari and Frankfurt and a team of 120 employees, Moneyfarm now counts over 40.000 active investors and € 850 million of assets under management.

Speaker: Alessandro Orrù, Francesco De Vita, Nicola Atzei.

Nov. 20, h: 11-13, room: to be defined



Title: To be defined

Abstract: Software development cycle. Python and Machine Learning systems. Machine learning microservices. Classification problems - document check-in in Asset Management.

Speaker: Iacopo Ghisio 

Dec. 5, h: 15-19, room: to be defined

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