In today's mobile-enabled world, the ability for apps to work offline is a frequent ask. There are several approaches that can be taken to achieve this depending on the scenario. In this talk, Birgitta and Rob will discuss what is meant by offline, explore some patterns for offline working from their own experience and look at some of the challenges.
Patterns for offline working
Since I first discovered how to talk to computers in the early 2000s, I have not been able to stop. I thrive on juggling the complexities of building software and finding the simplicity in it, especially when I can do that with a team of like-minded, passionate people.
Most of my professional career, I have been working on large custom software delivery projects in a range of tech-related roles.
Lead Consultant Developer
I have worked for ThoughtWorks across a range of industry sectors including retail, insurance, telecommunications and government and across several countries. I can typically be found leading teams of developers in building enterprise systems but I also enjoy consulting on how teams can collaborate better and work effectively in their organisations. I still enjoy writing code and learning new technologies and languages.