ITCamp 2012

For more than 30 years developers have been building enterprise software for small computers like the PC. Arguments are frequently made that the tools, plumbing and platforms makes building software easier than we ever dreamed. And many of today’s software architects will argue that building software is more difficult than ever because of the complexities of integration and the myriad of choices in solution architecture.

Now, a reinvigorated focus on user experience with rich client and rich internet application (RIA) developer technologies have created even greater opportunities for the creation of awesome applications. When you couple that with the advent of multi touch capable hardware at consumer prices and the high level .NET APIs to leverage multi-touch capabilities, we have the start of the new age of software focused on the Natural User Experience (NUI). NUI applications manifest in “new” platforms and developer technologies such as Windows 7, Surface, WPF, The Windows 7 Mobile phone and Silverlight and all can leverage innovative capabilities like Multi-touch, Cloud and parallel computing.

This demo focused keynote will take an amusing look at the past and take an impressive look at some of the best software being built today and into the immediate future.

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