2011 Speakers & Sessions
To give you a flavour of the event, the following details the sessions which were given at the 2011 conference. The program began each day at 8:30 and ended at 19:00 on Thursday and 17:00 on Friday. The full agenda is available here.
The Social Event took place on Thursday 3rd November, starting at 20:00.
Discover how OpenEdge delivers secure and reliable data and application resource management today and in the next release OpenEdge 11. Learn how to optimise your OpenEdge environment to enhance performance, scalability and availability.
Learn about the wide range of options for building business applications and user interfaces (UIs) with OpenEdge and related technologies. A variety of successful approaches are addressed, including detailed coverage of the new OpenEdge GUI for .NET and emerging technologies for new RIA technologies. Learn how to stay ahead of the competition by using the latest OpenEdge Advanced Business Language (ABL) capabilities and modern tools.
Considering to move your application to the “cloud”? Want to learn down to ground facts about the cloud? Don’t miss the presentations in the Cloud Deployment and Management Track.
Integrating applications with others facilitates better information sharing – within the enterprise and across cloud-based Internet services. Whether your issue is workflow, process integration or application-to-application integration, you'll find practical tips for designing, developing and implementing integration best practices and success stories in the Integration and BPM track.
SaaS is fast becoming a preferred way to deliver business applications. Topics covered span SaaS architecting, business models and licensing and also the choice of user interfaces for various business models and types or users and applications.
Tired of watching presentations? Wanna try out the latest technology or experience best practices hands on? Don’t miss our workshops held by well known community experts and experienced trainers.
A "Birds of a Feather" session is an informal meet-up at a conference, where the attendees group together based on a shared interest and carry out discussions without any pre-planned agenda. These are audience participation sessions, so come and ask your questions and put your point of view.
Speakers: The EMEA PUG Challenge Team
- Housekeeping notes
- Location guide
Speakers: Dan Veitkus, Ken Wilner, Progress Software
- Progress Software corporate overview
- OpenEdge strategy and roadmap
- Importance of PUGs
This took place on Thursday 3rd November, starting at 20:00.