Knowledge Sharing in the Buenos Aires Studio
Five software engineers from the .Net community in our Buenos Aires Studio shared their knowledge with the local team
Latest posts by Softvision Team
- Three Aspects of a Digitally Transformed Company - September 13, 2019
- Application Transformation Delivers Lower Costs, Greater Agility for European Bank - September 13, 2019
- At the heart of Programmers’ Week - September 12, 2019
Last month, Emanuel Alvea, Cristian Pique, Ignacio Constantini, Romualdo Lanzón and Rubén Di Marco gave short presentations about the last trainings they completed to their colleagues at the Buenos Aires Studio, with the objective of sharing their insights.
The presentations covered numerous topics, such as React, F#, SignalR, Vue, React & Angular and Net.Core. The initiative was a success! More than 80 people from the studio ended up attending the talks through live streaming.
Ignacio Constantini focused on SignalR, a software library for Microsoft ASP.NET that allows server code to send asynchronous notifications to client-side web applications. He described his first-time speaker participation as “a good experience, exciting all the way”.
His colleague, Romualdo Lanzón tried to demystify the current three frameworks that every web developer needs to know: Vue, React & Angular. “I got many questions about the creator of Vue -concluded the software engineer- my intention was to show the attendants that developing something important is possible”.
Cristian Pique delivered a presentation about F#, a mature, open source, cross-platform, functional-first programming language. “I really enjoyed the experience, I hope it encourages others to do the same and create a collaborative environment to learn from one another”, he mentioned.
Matías Baldi, .Net Community Manager, explained this initiative is part of the Continuous Personal Development (CPD) program which allows people in the community to learn about different technologies, facilitates interaction, strengthens networking among members and generates technological discussions on specific topics.