Sean Iannuzzi


Solutions Architect – Sean has been in the technology industry for over 20 years and has played a pivotal role in bridging the gap between technology and business visions for a plethora of social networking, cloud computing, e-commerce and financial applications of today. Sean has held several senior executive positions such as, chief architect, director of software development and chief technology officer for top firms on the East Coast. Sean is highly skilled in various technologies— Microsoft, Linux, Oracle, SQL Server, SharePoint, Windows Azure, Cloud Computing, ASP.NET, C#, MVC, WCF, Entity Framework, C++, SQL Server, Web Services, Mobile Platforms (Android, iPhone, WP7) and specializes in building solutions to help achieve business objectives.

Enterprise Architecture – What is it?

Saturday, March 21st, 2015 at 3:00 pm in

Enterprise Architecture is talked about all the time. What is it really? There are so many different way to implement code how can we define a common architecture that will scale. Do we use TOGAF or Zackman, or our own version of both?

During this session we will cover all of the details related to an Enterprise Architecture. Reviewing the differences between business architecture, logical architecture and physical architecture to provide guidance to bridge the gap between business visions and the technological solution.

After the session everyone will understand the following:

 Architecture versus Design
 Architectural Abstraction
 Standard Architecture Domains
 Viewpoints and Views
 Standard Architecture Tiers

This will be a very exciting track on how we can leverage a sound architecture to build a better solution.

WebAPI versus WCF

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 at 1:00 pm in

The key advantage of this Track will be to review WebAPI and WCF in detail.

The objective of this track will be to provide guidance and best practices on when to use WebAPI and when to use WCF.

Both WCF and WebAPI have their advantages and in this track you will learn when each of these would be the appropriate solution.

The track will consists of concepts, patterns and best practices that support when to pick one technology over the other.

At the end of this session you will be able to leverage these best practices to ensure that you are selecting the best technology to meet your requirements.

WebAPI versus WCF

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 at 8:30 am in 210

The key advantage of this Track will be to review WebAPI and WCF in detail. The objective of this track will be to provide guidance and best practices on when to use WebAPI and when to use WCF. Both WCF and WebAPI have their advantages and in this track you will learn when each of these would be the appropriate solution. The track will consists of concepts, patterns and best practices that support when to pick one technology over the other. At the end of this session you should be able to leverage these best practices to ensure that you are selecting the best technology to meet your requirements.

Intro to Windows Azure Features and Concepts

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 at 5:30 pm

In this track you will learn the basics of Windows Azure, which includes a high-level overview of many of the core features that Windows Azure provides. During this track we will review Web sites, Virtual Machines, Virtual Networks, Mobile Services, Databases, Storage, Service Bus, Active Directory and Deployment. At the end of this session you will have a general understanding of all of these features and will be able to create your own Azure Website and Database in the cloud.

OData, the Entity Framework and Windows Azure Access Control

Saturday, May 11th, 2013 at 12:00 pm in 209

The key advantage of this Track is to help show how to implement oData with the Entity Framework exposed with WCF RESTful services and secured with Azure’s Access Control System (oAuth).  Implementing this as an alternative to implementing WCF SOAP based services using x509 certs with TransportWithMessage Credentials as the security model.  I was happy to see that this implementation was very seamless and straightforward to implement with the same level of security.