North Hall - Room 1109

North Hall

University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
United States

Room 1109

Tuesday, July 19

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  • Beginner

    When an organization undergoes a large-scale IT implementation, the project’s technical readiness is usually well-planned and consistently executed.  Project management activities always revolve around scope, deliverables, and concrete timelines.  However, operational readiness, or the well-defined plan to prepare individuals to use new technology, is too frequently overlooked.  These are the change management tactics that address optimal utilization and adoption of new tools, ultimately combatting barriers to sustainability.  IT Departments are often credited for implementing key projects—

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  • Beginner

    For the Adobe Fellows program, faculty from a range of departments who teach courses in American Cultures—a universal undergraduate requirement with an emphasis on the ethnic diversity of sociopolitical and historical narratives within the United States—develop assignments in which students create projects using the Adobe CC suite of programs, including videos, podcasts, infographics, and Spark webpage presentations.

    The Adobe Fellows program was conceived to:

    • Enrich student learning by promoting innovative methods for engaging with and representing local—

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  • Beginner

    Over the past decade an increasing number of students with hearing impairments have been identified on our campus who need real-time captioning of their classes. There are too few captioning providers in our local area to meet that need. We developed a system which provides captioning staff at remote locations an audio feed from the media system of any of our classrooms and allows them to share the text that they type with students in those rooms—

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Wednesday, July 20

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  • Intermediate

    Infrastructure as Code is a new paradigm to create resources in the cloud.  This paradigm makes it easy to launch/destroy cloud environments in a way that is repeatable, controllable, and versioned reducing cost and risk.

    The AWS CDK is an infrastructure modeling framework that lets you to define your cloud resources using programming APIs in Java, JavaScript, Typescript, and/or C#.  Learn how to create a cloud resource with a CloudFormation template using the Open Source AWS-CDK.

    Discover—

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  • Beginner

    In the Fall of 2018, the XXXXX released a custom Referrals Automation application that integrated with seven plus different systems across the enterprise and beyond including NIH, commercial vendors and other 3rd party systems.

    While the application was a success, XXX wanted to scale their platform quickly and proactively. With dependencies on external APIs, XXXX needed to be able to monitor and detect changes automatically to ensure stability.

    A DevOps culture seemed necessary.  Since, the XXXXXXXX has had—

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  • Beginner

    In this digital age, more and more of medicine is turning to clinical imaging: photo capture, digital retinography, arthroscopy videos, point-of-care ultrasound and more.  While radiology has been perfecting imaging workflows for decades, standardized workflows do not exist for imaging in many other specialties. By leveraging the strength of the UC Health system, we had hoped to create a multidisciplinary team to tackle these workflows. This session is a walk through the lessons learned from our collaboration—

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  • Intermediate

    Healthcare data exchange and Interoperability are hot button topics when it comes to patient information, the cost of healthcare and barriers encountered by patients who receive care at multiple institutions.  This session will give an overview of the current methodologies for health data exchange and what has been successful to date as well as places where they have failed.  After the current state overview, the session will transition into future state exchange and discuss the FHIR (Fast—

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  • Advanced

    As the University of California, San Francisco prepares for a containerized future across many different platforms, environments, and teams, the School of Medicine Technology Services team (SOMTech) has begun experimenting with cross-platform containerization solutions. In this experimental architecture, deployment, and development effort, the School of Medicine has built and tested a multi-tenant Kubernetes solution on top of its existing Amazon Research Cloud implementation (ARC + Elastic Kubernetes Service) previously described in the 2018 talk Accelerating Secure Medical—