Cardinal is excited to share that Rachel Parsons, an App Dev Practice Manager out of our Charlotte office, has been selected to speak at the We RISE Women in Tech Conference in Atlanta. Rachel will share how organizations can keep aging mobile apps up to date.
The conference amplifies women in technology and stands apart as a conference committed to rigor, connection, and enthusiasm in equal parts. Cardinal is also a sponsor for this inaugural event, sponsoring at the Evelyn Boyd Graneville level. Evelyn was the second African-American woman to receive a Ph.D. from an American University in mathematics in 1949.
We invite you to join us to gain deep knowledge on a wide breadth of topics, expand your networks, and spark new connections.
Stay Fresh: Keeping Your Aging Mobile Apps Up to Date
Keeping apps up to date is a fact of life. Google and Apple release major updates every year in addition to incremental updates in between. And with every update comes new features, deprecations, and API changes. How do we work those updates in with the rest of the new features we’re already working on? How do we clean up deprecated methods and refactor to new APIs? How do we convince our stakeholders they should pay for our time and effort to do this work? Budgets and time constraints are always a concern, and the business doesn’t always understand the need to keep the code fresh (or the risks of not doing so!).
Join Rachel as she talks about ways to tackle refactoring incrementally, methods of adopting new APIs and features along the way, and approaches to estimating and keeping technical debt in check.
To learn more about the We RISE event, please visit werise.tech.