Next we have 4 short presentations. First, Andre Schnoor of Cognitone:
Cognitone sells products that enable music prototyping. The editing allowed is pretty cool. Andre claims that he has saved 75% of the time he would have taken using anything else.
Next up: Jan Lukes, who's going to talk about using Store in a more Envy-like fashion:
What he's trying to get:
- Versions for classes
- Tool like ApplicationManager
- Better comparison tools
- Color coding for versions
They decided not to muck with Store itself, just the tool level interface to it. For auto-publish, they issue a sub-versioning publish on each accept. For class versions, they use one package per class, and hide packages completely. They treat Bundles more like Envy applications.
Next: Alfred Wullschleger - he's going to present a dynamically defined state model that's not based on the state pattern:
What they were after was a user configurable state model, so they created a state model that works a little like an event model.
And finally, Uwe Danzeglocke is going to talk about deploying cross platform software:
He also went briefly over some IT best practices standards and configuration management best practices. Interestingly, they base all of their products on one image, and control what can and cannot run based on license keys that unlock modules. They support one look and feel across the products, and have multi-lingual support.