Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation Announces Three New Presentations for 2013
David V. Corbin, President and Chief Architect of Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation, is available for speaking engagements and corporate presentations. Choose from three new presentations based on widespread interest in specific topics or custom presentations may be created to meet specific interest and goals.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 28, 2013
Based on work with various clients over the past year Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation has identified recurring issues that impact how software is developed. Issues such as: efficient interaction between all stakeholders during the concept, design, and delivery of an application; discovering the most effective means of achieving testing goals; and dealing with some surprising conditions which may occur during implementation. In response to these findings they have developed three new presentations, which can be delivered individually, or together as part of a more comprehensive educational process. These sessions can make a tangible and positive difference to the entire software development experience.
Unlike deep technical sessions on specific usage, these presentations take a more strategic view of the 5 W´s [Who, What, When, Where, Why] as they apply to three key issues affecting many development teams today. Presentations can be made at user groups (and other technical community organizations), conferences and in corporate environments. By examining a number of scenarios and desired goals, different approaches are covered looking at cost and benefit so that teams can make informed decisions in setting up the best environment for their specific needs
For further information on these presentations please see Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation, or contact: info(at)dynconcepts(dot)com
This session is targeted at developers who have heard of ALM, but may not see how it can be effectively applied to their situation.
A Fresh View of Testing
This session will look at the goals, strengths and limitations of a number of test philosophies, combined with specific environments to achieve an appropriate approach to testing.
Extreme Circumstances .NET
“Best Practices” are invariably targeted at the most common situations. General Design Patterns have consequences and recognized limitations when applied to specific situations. Knowing the underlying reasons for performance limitations is valuable knowledge to any developer.
About Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation:
Dynamic Concepts Development Corporation is a Boutique Software Development Firm based in Manhattan, NY. Founded in 1984 we have an established reputation as a provider who can be counted on over the long haul. Utilizing dedicated teams with specialized skill sets to provide leading edge custom software solutions to businesses in a wide range of vertical markets including: Finance, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Entertainment.
In addition to software development Dynamic Concepts offers comprehensive consulting services designed to assist corporate development teams in effectively using the latest technology in software development processes. Ranging from prescriptive to on-site, these services enable in-house teams to gain the high end knowledge needed without adding headcount.
President and Chief Architect, David V. Corbin has 35 years of professional experience and is a multi-year Microsoft MVP Award recipient [2008-2011].
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