NCDevCon Session Spotlight: Creating Services for Modern Web Applications

Building sites & applications with the Request / Response (server rendering) model is the old way of building applications. Modern web applications use services to power their rich clients. This session will discuss this new trend and how to design and develop a service layer for your application. We will cover REST services, caching, stateless services, performance, and other best practices.


About Mike Nimer

Mike NimerMike Nimer, Solutions Architect for Universal Mind, has spent over a decade on the forefront of web application development and server management. He specializes in CQ5, Java, Android, HTML5/JS, Flex, and ColdFusion development, as well as social media integration (he’s probably done more Twitter and Facebook code than he cares to admit). As a recognized thought leader in the industry, he has provided development and mentoring help for companies around the world.

Prior to joining Universal Mind, Mike was the Director of Engineering for the platform, specializing in social media mash-ups for brands. Mike was also a founding partner of Digital Primates IT Consulting Group, a Principal Consultant for the Allaire and Macromedia consulting group, and a member of the Adobe ColdFusion engineering team where he was responsible for a number of key features including HTML-to-PDF generation and the integration of Flex 2 with the ColdFusion Server.

Mike speaks regularly at industry events, and has spoken annually at Adobe MAX since it was the Allaire DevCon in 1999. He is a contributing author to a number of books on Flex and ColdFusion as well as the Adobe Developer Connection. And he participates regularly in Open-Source projects including dpHibernate and the CF/Spring MVC project.

Mike holds two patents, received in 2009 and 2010.


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