Architecting Intelligent Software (Part 2)


We present you the second part of the AP Podcast episode entitled ‘Architecting Intelligent Software’ by Dino Esposito, Software Architect, and Mirano Galijasevic, Head of R&D at AP. Last month you had the opportunity to listen to a fruitful discussion about The REST and gRPC Protocol. If you’re into Tech, and we know you are, you shouldn’t miss an episode where two masterminds answer very interesting questions about Angular and Blazor.

  • What Angular does at the end of the day?
  • Is Blazor an Angular potential killer?
  • Do we need patterns and principles to write the code that works?

About Mirano and Dino

Mirano Galijasevic is a Head of R&D at Authority Partners. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science, and he is one of the most knowledgeable guys that we know. Mirano firmly believes in working on real-life projects and learning by doing. Even after having 25+ years of experience, he still firmly believes that there is so much more that we can improve when it comes to the technology we use every day to build solutions for our clients.

Dino Esposito is an original thinker in Artificial Intelligence, who authored 20 books and 1000 articles in 25 years long career. His monthly column, “Cutting Edge,” has been featured in MSDN Magazine for 22 consecutive years. It is widely recognized that these books and articles have helped thousands of .NET and ASP.NET developers and software architects worldwide grow professionally.

Having escaped a dreadful COBOL project, he started as a C developer in 1992. Since then, he has witnessed MFC and ATL, COM and DCOM, the debut of .NET, the rise and fall of Silverlight, and various architectural patterns. In 1995, Dino led a team of five dreamers who deployed things that we would now call Google Photos and Shuttershock – desktop applications capable of handling photos virtually stored (in the “cloud”). At that time, nobody even had a name for these applications. In 2003, Dino wrote about ASP.NET for Microsoft Press and authored the best-seller, Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise. His most recent book for Microsoft Press, Introducing Machine Learning (2019), is specific because it was written with his 21-year-old son, Francesco.

Mirano and Dino have something in common – their passion for technology is energy. While listening to this podcast, you will feel the power of focusing on something that excites you. We promise you that!

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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast are the speaker’s own and do not reflect the view of Authority Partners.