The year has gone, and Relativity Fest Chicago is only 1 week away! We’re excited to announce that TSD Team is heading to Chicago for this year’s Relativity Fest, from September 30th to October 3rd, 2018.
If you would like to set up a specific time for a face-to-face meeting during the Fest, please contact email@example.com.
Schedule of TSD’s Sessions and Workshops:
Join TSD’s CEO German Gachevski for a 60-minute session on Gravity framework on Monday, Oct 1, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Gravity: An Open Framework for Relativity Developers – PR225233
- German Gachevski – CEO & CTO, TSD Services
- Mark Robustelli – Manager, Software Engineering, Relativity
Learn more about Gravity-a free, open source development tool for all developers in the Relativity community to use, contribute to, and improve. Gravity will make developing on Relativity easier for everyone by allowing developers to interact with Relativity objects without the manual effort of rewriting the same code over and over to manipulate your RDOs. You’ll also learn how you can get involved with the project and help make it better for the whole developer community
Join Maria Marinova, a Relativity Program Manager at TSD, for the 3-hour workshop “Building Applications for Relativity and RelativityOne“ on Monday, Oct 1, 1:00 PM – 04:00 PM or Wednesday, Oct 3, 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM – PR225235
- Chandra Kaushik Alimeti – Advanced Software Engineer, Relativity
- Maria Marinova – Program Manager, Relativity, TSD Services
- Carlos Torres – Software Architect, NSerio
As a developer, you want a solid process for building and testing your apps, so you can focus on delivering value quickly. The Application Deployment System (ADS) is the standard way to build applications on the Relativity platform. Relativity Test Helpers is our new, open source testing framework.
In this advanced session, we’ll review both of these standard approaches, covering common patterns for setting up effective ADS development solutions and integration tests. Topics will include: setting up your development environment using DevVM’s; Visual Studio developer tools including templates, NuGet packages, and the “publish to Relativity” extension; and GitHub open source solutions such as Gravity, Test Helpers, and more. We’ll also highlight ways to ensure your applications make a smooth transition from the on-premise world to RelativityOne. You will create tests and learn how to run those tests from scripts as well as gain practical experience writing tests and potentially automating tests for your solutions, ensuring your customization will be ready run with the latest release of Relativity and RelativityOne.