If there's one challenge with conversational interfaces and bots, that has to be how effortless and smooth the interaction between
the user and the bot has to be.
The user shouldn't even feel like they're conversing with a program.
That's why thinking about how to handle the conversation flow when building bots is an essential task for developers.
In this talk, we will go through how to manage the conversation flow with Microsoft Bot Framework and dialogs.
Speaker Bio - Rabeb Othmani
Rabeb is a developer advocate at Nexmo focusing on cloud communication APIs and has experience building mobile and desktop applications while focusing on producing rich user experience.
Rabeb has presented at many prestigious software conferences such as VSLive, DevSum, Oredev, African Women In Tech Conference, NDC London and Women Who Code Connect, and is no stranger to user groups having spoken at groups in the UK and US.
Rabeb is passionate about cutting edge technologies and the impact technology has on people. She also advocates to bring more women into engineering an organises the Women Who Code Bristol meetup and has helped organise technology events and conferences.
Agenda - Wednesday 27th February 2019
1800 - 1825: Arrival and registration
1825 - 1830: Introduction
1830 - 1930: Managing the Conversation Flow within a Bot
1930 - 2000: Q&A and Prize Draw
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