Tuesday 12th January 2016
A full day, hands-on event, the BIC LCF PlugFest will allow developers from interested communities to engage first-hand with the LCF standard and see what can be achieved within the day.
Attendees will be expected to be able to develop code on the day and in the room. As such, all attendees should ensure their laptop is capable of connecting to WIFI.
Each attendee, working either individually or as part of a small team, should expect to complete a simple software application that emulates either a client or a server for a web service based upon the LCF web service specification, and demonstrate that it will communicate, in conformance with the LCF specifications, with other software applications similarly completed at the PlugFest or made available by the organisers for testing and demonstration purposes.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to show and tell their successes and challenges with LCF and potentially suggest amendments which may be incorporated in LCF.
Lunch will be provided so please let us know, when prompted in the registration process, if you have any dietary requirements.
We want the developer / attendee to come away from the day enthused about LCF and equipped to report back to their respective organisations that it is do-able, it works, and it should be implemented. At the end of the session, attendees should feel sufficiently informed that they feel able to influence their organisation’s commercial decision makers to implement this framework.
Attendees will be invited from the following groups:
i) LMS vendors with developers in the UK
ii) RFID self-issue client vendors
Last day for registration is Wednesay 6th January, 5pm.
If you would like to attend this event, please contact Karina Luke directly or email: firstname.lastname@example.org