Speakers & Sessions
Full details of speakers and sessions will be given nearer the time of the conference. However, to give you a taster of what will be on offer...
Breaking News .... the first of this year’s speakers and program content
Meet Progress Software experts like Bill Wood, VP of Technology, OpenEdge, Shelley Chase, Senior Software Architect, OpenEdge, Rich Banville, Fellow, Dion Picco, Director Product Management for OpenEdge, Dr Mark Allen, Progress CTO and founder of Corticon and Developer Peter Judge as well as the European Senior Solution Consultants Gary Clink, Brent Adonis and Harold-Jan Verlee.
Hear about Progress Software’s Product Roadmap and what it means for products such as Sonic and OpenEdge BPM, OpenEdge 11.
Learn about Progress Software aPaaS strategy and Cloud development and what’s coming in OpenEdge 11.2, Progress Applications for the Mobile Web, the ABL in the future, OpenEdge BPM, Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge, Identity Management, Multi-tenancy, the Database and its performance and ABL best practices.
From the Community
Meet well known Community Experts such as Adam Backman, Tom Bascom, Dan Foreman, Julian Lyndon-Smith, Klaus Erichsen, Mike Fechner, Marian Edu, Mike Furgal, Steven Verstrepen, Robert Prediger, Roland de Pijper, Valeriy Bashkatov, Margus Nairis and others.
Learn about the Object orientation in the ABL, software architectures and application modernisation, user interface technologies such as HTML5, .NET, GUI for .NET, implementing messaging and integration with Active MQ and Sonic, Open Source Business Intelligence and Reporting solutions, OpenEdge Architect, the Database including disaster recovery, performance tuning, virtualisation, management and hardware purchase recommendations.
During the conference Progress Software will be talking about Corticon – their latest acquisition that enables business rules modeling and executing embedded applications. Progress are also preparing a pre-conference workshop on the Wednesday afternoon before the conference. Details to follow.
This is a just a taste of what is going to be on offer - the detailed program will be published soon.