Workshops

One of our goals is to promote local speakers and learn from our own, hands-on, experience.
RABS organizez regular workshops where local or national colleagues are invited to submit a topic for discussion, present it and then engage in open debate on that topic.

This is the list of our future & past workshops.

  • Workshop 2013-07 - Hybrid Enterprise
    date : 01/08/2013
    We’d like to invite you to a new RABS Workshop. Following up Levente Veres’ session from last year: “EAI: Myths and reality”, you’ll have the opportunity this time to hear and learn about the challenges of a Modern Enterprise. Public and Private clouds, APIs, integration platforms, security, management & control, all the ingredients that end up in what we call: Hybrid Enterprise. Lorand, our sp...
  • Workshop 2013-04 - Function Point Analysis
    date : 25/04/2013
    After a long winter break, as soon as the sun started to shine again, we're happy to invite you to learn about a new topic (for RABS): Function Point Analysis. Ionel Mihali, a long time user of this methodology is happy to share his experience and guide you into the basics of FPA by example. So, join us for a presentation and a hands-on lab to learn a method for measuring the size of your pr...
  • Workshop 12-09 - Patterns for Parallel Programming
    date : 02/10/2012
    We are happy to announce the presence of a very popular international speaker to present and answer your questions at one of our workshops. After more than 40 years Moore's law is still going strong, and it looks like it will continue to do so for at least ten more years, and the free performance lunch is over, unless we change the way we think and program our applications. You’ll have the o...
  • Workshop 2012-08 - EAI: Myths and reality
    date : 30/08/2012
    We'd like to invite you to a new RABS Workshop. You'll have the opportunity to learn about Enterprise Application Integration and discuss about: Concepts, Problems, Myths, Reality, Tools & Techniques. Levente Veres, our speaker, shares his experience and insights, most relevantly for (in translation, discussions will be relevant (and enjoyable) to): Senior Software Developers, Software Arc...
  • Workshop 12-06 - Architectures for Enterprise Mobile Applications
    date : 28/06/2012
    We'd like to invite you to a new RABS Workshop. You'll have the opportunity to learn about architectures for enterprise mobile apps. Cristian Retegan, our speaker, shares his experience and insights, most relevantly for (in translation, discussions will be relevant (and enjoyable) to): Mobile Developers, Senior Software Developers, Software Architects and Solution Architects with focus or pass...
  • Workshop 12-05 - Crosscutting Architectural Concerns
    date : 31/05/2012
    We'd like to invite you to a new RABS Workshop. You'll have the opportunity to learn about crosscutting architectural concerns. Attila Antal, our speaker, shares his experience and insights, most relevantly for (in translation, discussions will be relevant (and enjoyable) to): Senior Software Developers, Software Architects and Solution Architects with focus or passion for Software Architectur...
  • RABS June Workshop - Data Warehouse using Data Vault Architecture
    date : 09/06/2011
    We'd like to invite you to the second RABS Workshop for 2011. For this one, you'll have the opportunity to learn about designing and building Data Warehouses using the Data Vault Architecture, trends in BI and Platforms for BI. Ioan Suciu, our key speaker, shares his experience and insights, most relevantly with (in translation, discussions will be relevant (and enjoyable) to): Senior Software...
  • RABS April Workshop
    date : 14/04/2011
    We are ready to start sharing! How do you see the Architect’s role in a project team? When do you know documentation is just the right amount when it comes to Software Architecture? Is aiming for Agile projects contrary to Architecture principles as we know them? To get answers and raise more questions, we announce the first public workshop for RABS members and fans. Discussions will be relevant ...