1. 19:00 - 19:15
Opening of the Seavus CodeTalks
2. 19:15 - 20:00
Implementing Clean Architecture in .NET by Yuri Kunash,
Hexagonal architecture (a.k.a. Ports and Adapters), Onion architecture, Screaming architecture… They all have the same goal and common elements. Clean architecture was described by Robert C. Martin as an attempt to create a shared vocabulary about these architectural ideas. We’ll consider the theoretical concepts of Clean architecture and review a possible implementation using C# and .NET Framework.
15 minutes break
3. 20:15 - 21:00
Architecting the future of finance by Nikola Ognenovski
Digital innovation is everywhere:
- demands and challenges burden existing players to redesign systems and
- new opportunities arise for innovative new companies to create value.
The rise of the fintech brings creative destruction and innovative revolution in the field of banking and finance. Meanwhile, traditional financial institutions are having trouble to restructure, transform and keep up with the pace. They must evolve and respond digitally to adopt processes and technologies, create new businesses and grow revenues, become open for fintech community or just compliant at least. Others lead the race and create opportunities and partnerships with fresh entrants with great ideas.
All of them are facing challenges, both fintech and banks alike. In order to succeed, they need someone to guide them for creating complex systems on the backbone of scalable, fast to market, flexible and adaptive architectures.
On this presentation we will show some of the digitalization and next generation trends that are utilized by the financial players.
4. 21:00 - 21:30
Panel with the presenters and guest participants + questions from the audience.
Yuri Kunash - Senior software engineer at Banking and Finance division. Has 8 years of experience in .NET development. Focused on designing and implementing solutions for enterprise-level systems, primary in finance and e-commerce industries.
Nikola Ognenovski - Technical Lead working at Banking and Finance division in Seavus. He spent more than a decade writing .NET and JS powered solutions, building software development teams from ground up and facilitating efficient communication. He enjoys designing clean APIs, writing maintainable code, establishing new processes and methodologies, and inevitably refactoring financial institutions legacy code. Uses every opportunity to learn and apply cutting edge technologies. Blockchain and IoT enthusiast, hobby game developer.