Muljadi Budiman

Muljadi Budiman

Principal Architect
Radialogica
St. Louis, MO
@mulbud

A typical geek / nerd, Muljadi Budiman is generally interested in anything that's new & shiny. He is always trying out new things, recently venturing into Ruby waters as the backend for an EmberJS web portal, exposing himself to Java development with Android, Hibernate and Drools experience, and trying out Angular development with ASP.NET Web API backend. His main bread and butter is still .NET, using WPF to create great UI for desktop apps, interfacing with REST Based services, accessing databases using Entity Framework and continue playing with Xcode and Objective-C / Swift developing iOS applications, all the while also using Amazon Web Services to leverage scalability and contrasting those with Azure Cloud Services.

Muljadi's Sessions

  • Introduction to Angular

    Angular is one of the most used SPA framework right now. The concepts are much improved and streamlined over AngularJS, but it can still be hard to get through for the beginner developers. We'll talk about the initial setup, how and why they work, and have a live coding session on how to expand the starting code to have functionalities that are more common in a typical web application. We'll also cover some TypeScript practices and how the language helps us create better behaving applications with less maintenance.

    Speaker: Muljadi Budiman

  • Swift start on iOS development

    Swift is a fast growing language, but it has a fairly limited surface in terms of platform availability. However, it is still an interesting language, provides much improvement over Objective-C, and it follows the more typical modern languages in features that it provides. One hour is too short to cover everything, but it will be enough to provide working examples, a quickstart code / demo of what the language is capable of and exposes developers to an extra programming language that is not quite widespread yet. We'll talk about the concepts of protocols, how it handles generics and some of the interesting concepts Swift provides with method call chaining.

    Speaker: Muljadi Budiman