For the 10th year in a row, Malam is proudly hosting an entire 3 days of bleeding edge workshops with Israel’s top notch technologists and most valuable speakers. Boost your expertise with the latest and greatest development platforms: Angular, React, ES6, Node, TypeScript and more! Gain professional insights and tips which you will be able to immediately put to use in your day to day coding. Don’t stay behind!
"It’s no longer a secret that Angular has taken the software industry like a wild fire. It’s no secret that Angular 2 is not compatible with Angular 1. But it is a not widely known that Angular – now called 5 – is easier to learn than Angular 1. In this workshop we will delve into Angular 5 and its base language Typescript. We will very quickly create a simple Web application, using the Angular CLI. We will then add some services and get some data from a database, displaying it, allowing the user the change it, and so, create a full cycle of general Web app. Equally important, we will discuss migration paths from 1 to 2. It’s all pretty easy! "
"This Java track is a newcomer for Expert Days. Our lecturers will cover the latest JDK9 and Spring 5 advances. We'll talk about Micro Services from different aspects including DevOps. During this track we'll develop BDYRNT (Brother, Do You Really Need This?) application inspired by SpaceX and Chinese Bachelor Day. For this will use various Java frameworks for Micro Services, Computer Vision and Deep Learning technologies. And of course, all this in Java "
Everyone talks about AI. But what is it exactly? Do machines really learn, and do chat bots understand? In this day we’ll cover basic concepts and recent development in Artificial Intelligence, and delve deeper to AI anyone can develop: chat bots. We will discuss when chat bots are useful – and when they just can’t beat apps. Using Facebook Messenger and voice-enabled Amazon Alexa, we will explain how to develop bots that can interact and provide real services to users. We will see how to interpret natural language utterances, how to interface with several bots with the same code base, and review some development platforms.
This talk will be based on "Thinking in React" with real-world examples and a particle guide when to 'break-free' from the textbook examples to manage code in scale Break The UI Into A Component Hierarchy (but keep it manageable) Props vs State (when to use which), Reducer Design (avoiding too many reducers) STATE (Immutability, why and how)
"ASP.NET Core 2.0 New Features training course will give existing ASP.NET developers an intensive hands-on run through of the key new features - largely focusing on MVC 6 and Web API "
.Net framework is a great place to learn Design Patterns, because it is designed for them. In this lecture we will go over a number of Design Patterns and see how they are implemented in the .Net Framework