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Andy Hunt, Alfresco Support Engineer, is going to help you figure out what’s going on with your Alfresco Transformations at DevCon. Get links to Andy’s session abstracts on his speaker page.
Dave Caruana, Alfresco’s Chief Architect, lists some of the new features Engineering has been working on that will be covered in detail at the up-coming DevCon. Catch up with Dave and his team during Engineering Office Hours at the conference!
Mike Farman, Alfresco’s Product Manager for the repository, is looking forward to DevCon because it gives attendees the chance to provide much needed feedback on the direction of the platform. You can catch up with Mike during Engineering Office Hours. … Continue reading
Brian Remmington, Alfresco’s VP of Engineering, says that Alfresco’s passionate community is the lifeblood of DevCon. He says that the entire company is looking forward to discussing the platform’s direction with attendees. Catch Brian and the rest of the Engineering … Continue reading
Peter Schmidt, along with the rest of the Alfresco Mobile Team, will unveil the new Alfresco Mobile SDK at DevCon in Berlin and San Jose. If you are into Mobile and Alfresco, check out Peter’s talks for iOS, Jean-Marie Pascal’s … Continue reading
At DevCon in Berlin and in San Jose, David Gildeh will talk about building solutions that leverage Alfresco’s Hybrid ECM platform–the combination of Alfresco on-premise and Alfresco in the Cloud. Learn more at David’s speaker page. Catch up with David … Continue reading
David Webster writes Share user interface code every day. Have questions about Share customizations? Bring them to DevCon! Find out where you can hear David speak in Berlin and San Jose by heading over to his speaker page.
Mark Rogers is doing a session on CIFS–you’ll find out what went into the recent refactoring effort. Mark also predicts that you will have at least one conversation at DevCon that’s likely to pay for your whole trip. Have you … Continue reading
Dave Draper and his partner in crime, Erik Winlof, will be doing some live coding in their sessions at DevCon. Dave will be talking about new extensibility features available in 4.2. Read more on his speaker page.
Will Abson wants to help you write great dashlets. He’ll do just that if you attend one of his talks in Berlin or San Jose. Find out when Will is speaking by viewing his speaker page.