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Enterprise Application Development

Enterprise Application Development provides software engineering and development services to NDSU departments. For more information, contact Enterprise Application Development Team Lead

2014 IT Expo

Outline of EAD Presentations and Related Links

Lightning Talks
11 a.m. – Noon
Century Theater

Jill Peterson, Software Engineer, Enterprise Application Development, will provide highlights of key initiatives and technology changes in EAD in rapid-fire succession during this lightning round discussion.

Tracking Training at NDSU
12:30 – 1 p.m.

Jim Ross, Enterprise Application Development Team Lead, Information Technology Division
Matthew Chaussee, Technical Services Manager, Division of Finance & Administration

Demonstrate and discuss Enterprise Application Development's team approach to application development using as an example the tracking of mandatory and optional training for NDSU faculty, staff and students. EAD relies on teamwork, partners and constructive feedback.

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Provide feedback and suggest feature enhancements to the track training application using a Qualtrics survey.

Refer to the video tutorial for more information on the track training application.

Access track training, login and review your training obligations and compliance history.

Adaptive Content: Your Job Is Not to Create Web Pages
2 – 2:30 p.m.

Jill Peterson, Software Engineer, Enterprise Application Development

"Thinking about where content will 'live' on a 'web page' is pretty 1999" (Lisa Welchman). During this session, learn how to create modern content with value – multiple sizes, meaningful metadata and written for reuse. Demystify metadata.  Write chunks not blobs. Decouple the idea of "what something is" from the "way that it looks," and stop thinkin​g of content as being published to one, and only one, place – what works for desktop Web simply doesn't work for mobile, social media, smart watches, etc. Learn strategies to make content that can go anywhere and everywhere because your job is not to create Web pages.

Content First: Designing for Search Results
3 – 3:30 p.m.

Jill Peterson, Software Engineer, Enterprise Application Development
Richard Frovarp, Senior Software Engineer, Enterprise Computing & Infrastructure

An overview of how search engines work, including NDSU Search and Google Search. Learn how you can author Web pages that can be found using search. Explore how location, sign-in, search history and other visitor factors affect search rankings.

Online Data Collection
3:30 – 4 p.m.

Jill Peterson, Software Engineer,  Enterprise Application Development
Richard Frovarp, Senior Software Engineer, Enterprise Computing & Infrastructure

An overview of data collection tools available for use at NDSU. Learn what Web forms tools you should use (or not use) given your data collection requirements and the type of data you are gathering.

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Phone: +1 (701) 231-7961 / Fax: (701) 231-8541
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Last Updated: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 1:00:22 PM