With all the internal grumblings over the direction of development within the confines of the Redwood giant, is it possible that Silverlight it going to see its last days? Even with all the add-ons and upgrades, Windows is still basically the same Windows NT product that we all grew up with, built on C and C++, so what is the final direction?
.NET, WPF, HTLM 5, Silverlight. Does Microsoft even know where its headed?
Live Event Date: March 19, 2015 @ 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT
The 2015 Enterprise Mobile Application Survey asked 250 mobility professionals what their biggest mobile challenges are, how many employees they are equipping with mobile apps, and their methods for driving value with mobility.
Join Dan Woods, Editor and CTO of CITO Research, and Alan Murray, SVP of Products at Apperian, as they break down the results of this survey and discuss how enterprises are using mobile application management and private …
Event Date: February 12, 2015
The evolution of systems engineering with the SysML modeling language has resulted in improved requirements specification, better architectural definition, and better hand-off to downstream engineering. Agile methods have proven successful in the software domain, but how can these methods be applied to systems engineering? Check out this webcast and join Bruce Powel Douglass, author of Real-Time Agility, as he discusses how agile methods have had a tremendous …