Every year I attend Yow I come away feeling like I’ve had my brain stretched in several new directions and wishing that I could skip sleep for the next month to try out everything I’ve learned. (more…)
Several members of the Code Partners team were at the Sydney DevOpsDays last week.
If you’ve never been, DevOpsDays events are volunteer organised conferences where there are scheduled speakers in the morning, but the afternoon is broken up into what they refer to as Open Spaces. In Sydney there were 3 or 4 Open Space rooms, and each day people would stand up and propose topics. Proposing a topic doesn’t mean necessarily you have to present it, it may be more that you hope other people will also want to have a general discussion on the same topic. Then the attendees get to vote, and the most popular sessions get allocated to rooms. (more…)
We’re really looking forward to being in Santa Clara for Jenkins World 2016 in September.
We’re there for a partner event, but also of course the main conference itself.
There are plenty of interesting looking sessions and workshops, not to mention the discussions in the hallways and bars outside of the scheduled sessions. Biggest problem with these things is wanting to be in three different places at once, and this year looks no different.
If you’re planning on attending, please let us know. We’d love to catch up.
It was great to see everyone at the Melbourne RAD Studio and RAD Server event on Monday night. Next is Brisbane’s turn.
On June 1st we’ll be presenting at the Brisbane ADUG meeting on RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin and also the newly announced RAD Server. Note you don’t need to be an ADUG member to attend, but in order to cater the right amount of pizza it would be good to register. More details on how to do this on the ADUG website.
I’ll be showing off some of the new features in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin. If Melbourne is anything to go by I’ll probably get side-tracked into showing some of the less publicised features, like some of the new editor productivity enhancements, so feel free to come along and side-track me.
I’m also working on a larger RAD Server demo which I didn’t get to show in Melbourne, so we’ll be able to look at that in more detail.
Hope to see you there.
On Monday the 23rd of May, I’ll be demonstrating both the new RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin release, and also the newly released RAD Server product at the ADUG meeting in Melbourne.
I’m particular excited to show off RAD Server, as I think this product has a bunch of potential as a serverside solution for ISV’s, especially now with the revised pricing.
This is the first of a series of events we’re doing in Australia, so if you’re at all interested in either of these products, or just want to come along for some free pizza and discussions with other developers, it would be great to see you there. Location and registration details here.