This year’s EMEA PUG Challenge will take place on October 29 – 30, in the beautiful city of Barcelona. The Challenge is a conference for all Progress customers, application partners, and end-users of partner applications. The conference will last 3 days, host 12 workshops, have 85 speakers, and there will be over 500 participants.
The keynote speakers at the event are no other than Yogesh Gupta, the Progress CEO who is a technologist at heart, and John Ainsworth, senior VP of Core Products at Progress.
Progress is one of the technologies on which we focus and Yonder is one of the sponsors of the conference. And we are excited as some of our colleagues have been invited to present at the conference.
Wednesday, Oct 30 – room Manchester from 10.30 – 11.30
OpenEdge Character UI – where to go? by Gabriel Ionut Lucaciu
Sharing the key takeaways after migrating or modernizing several Progress character UI applications. The presentation will describe the main business cases and the main strategies that were used to keep the Progress character UI application a strategic application in the future of the business.
Wednesday, Oct 30 – room Manchester from 15.00 – 16.00
Migrating your Progress app to a modern VCS by Gabriel Ionut Lucaciu
Helping the audience in getting the guidelines on how to migrate their Progress app to a modern version control system (VCS) that can help increase delivery time and quality. Nowadays, having implemented CI/CD is critical for the speed of the business of today. And a modern VCS is the first step towards this.
Thursday, Oct 31 – room Manchester from 10.15 – 11.15
Design Patterns: the good and the bad by George-Sergiu Balauca
Coding when you don’t have knowledge of design patterns is something that many developers do. But understanding this common language, its ups and downs, drive your skills to the next level of mastering OOP.
We look forward to seeing you at our presentations during the EMEA PUG Challenge in Barcelona. If you are planning to go to Barcelona, let us know so that we can meet during the conference.
Are you interested in one of the topics and can’t make it to Barcelona? Get in touch with us, and we will get back to you.
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