Doing a cool project is … well, cool. Especially it it’s different to other project (all projects are different by definition, but in this case I mean *significantly* different) - unique or special is some way. New mBank (http://www.mbank.pl/) was exactly like that:
- full blown access channels overhaul for largest internet bank in Poland
- multiple project locations in different cities
- multiple companies involved, more than 10 teams working in parallel
- complex integration with the living IT landscape
- truly uniform multi-layer scalable service architecture
- on-line banking web channel as SPA in Backbone.js (most likely first such SPA in Poland)
- the need to orchestrate the dependencies between literally thousands of living components that were changed during the project
And all of that mainly in .NET - I haven’t seen many comparable (in terms of size) solutions based on Microsoft stack so far.
Why do I mention that? Because you’ll have an unique opportunity to make a sneak peek “under the hood” of New mBank and listen about interesting technical aspects of that project!
The representatives of New mBank developers will make a presentation for everyone who’d like to hear about their unique experience on that project.
Here are the details:
- When: 27.02.2014, 1800h
- Where: Warsaw .NET Group @ Wydział Matematyki i Nauk Informacyjnych Politechniki Warszawskiej, ul. Koszykowa 75, room 328
- Who: Piotr Stapp, Szymon Kulec, Roberto Prevato (and myself as a cheerleader / ring announcer …)
- Link to event: http://www.wg.net.pl/aktualnosci/zaproszeniena72spotkaniewgnet
- Free admission, no registration required
What will you hear about (if you decide to come)?
- How did we manage to make external UIUX artists to cooperate with programmers?
- How to share code artifacts efficiently with more than 100 programmers?
- Making ASP.NET MVC apps truly modular
- How to trace bugs / bottlenecks in multi-layer, multi-technology applications landscape.
Obviously this is just a selection of topics that we find most interesting, but there may be some completely different aspects of the project the audience could be interested with, so we’re planning to have a Q&A session after the presentation part as well.
Hereby, on behalf of my colleagues (and myself as well) I encourage you to come and participate in this event. Hopefully we can count you in. See you on 27th!