DWX 2019: innovation meets expert knowledge
Taking part in the Developer Week (DWX) has a long tradition for UID. In 2019, we will once again participate in the Nuremberg event as speakers and exhibitors: From June 24 to 26, 2019, we will share the wealth of our expert knowledge in three presentations with you. At our stand (NCC Ost, level 2, stand 27) we will also demonstrate our smart herb garden Living Lab, the result of a UID coding camp.
Thanks to IoT, our smart herb garden Living Lab always adds fresh spices to our lunch. Equipped with sensors and cameras, Living Lab looks after itself. A web dashboard provides information on the plants' health status and ripeness. An AR app gives additional information on the herbs and their development. Does that sound interesting? Then come and see how our Living Lab works. We will answer any questions on our work and research efforts and look forward to welcoming many visitors – at the UID stand or in the following presentations.
We are located at: NCC Ost, level 2, stand 27
Positive ux on all platforms
June 25, | 2:15 to 3:15 pm
From smart devices, PCs or wearables – the interface of the networked world spans all platforms. But what does it take for developers and designers to offer an exciting cross-platform user experience? How do they manage to achieve a consistent look & feel? How do they meet the specific requirements of the individual platforms? In their presentation "Positive multi-device experience of the future" (in German), our software expert Daniel Kurz and our UX expert Catharina Eichert explain how the challenges posed by the use of different devices can be successfully addressed.
Path through the cross-platform jungle
June 25, | 5 to 6 pm
Don't despair, GitLab's there!
June, 26 | 5 to 6 pm
There is a lot to do to go all the way from an idea to a fully-functional software: Tasks need to be defined and assigned, milestones have to be planned and the source code has to be versioned and regularly checked. You need a Continuous Integration server, progress has to be documented, software must be deployed, tested and monitored. In order to master all these tasks, it makes sense to use GitLab – a system that combines this host of functions. In his presentation "Don't despair, GitLab's there! GitLab as a tool for the entire software development cycle" (in German), Daniel shows how much easier software development becomes when GitLab is used.