The time has come. The venue is booked, the speakers are ready and you need to reserve your place for 6 & 7 March 2019 at Midrand Conference Centre, 661 Pendulum Road, Midrand.
We have listened to your feedback and this year we have 3 workshops to give you the hands-on experience you wanted and 22 exciting breakout sessions.
This year, in association with AIGS, we are also hosting a Business Track. Invite your clients and show them the future of OpenEdge and how the new technology can advance their business with your software.
What can you expect this year?
How much will it cost?
For those patrons that travel from far… these prices do not include your stay, but this year’s venue does have a hotel and bookings can be made. Please visit http://midrandconferencecentre.co.za/ and tell them that you are booking for the PUG AFRICA conference. Do not delay, book today.
This year’s workshops will run for 3 hours each. NOTE: You must book your space in one of these workshops – limited space is available. We’ll book on a First-come-first-serve basis.
|OpenEdge DBA Basics (Tom Bascom & James Palmer)|
|4GL Code performance workshop, part 3: Indexes (Mike Fechner & Peter Judge)|
|OO Patterns and Architecture (Mike Fechner & Peter Judge)|
|Patterns for migrating fat client GUI applications to stateless, n-tier, web-enabled applications|
|ABL structured error handling best practices, and OE 11.7/12.0 update on structured error handling|
|SmartComponent Library – The OpenEdge modernization framework – Commercial|
|Really Bad Infrastructure Choices (and how to avoid them)|
|Best Practices for OpenEdge Coding|
|Scope: Buffers, Transactions and Locks|
|SQL for a Progress DBA|
|Your Current Monitoring is Not Enough: the Business Benefits of Proactive Monitoring with ProTop – Commercial|
|How heroes navigate the query minefield|
|Back to the future (why you should upgrade)|
|The Captain’s Log|
|I’m sorry, I haven’t a clue – DBA basics for the non DBA|
|How to write good Unit Tests|
|Application Modernization – Why you should be looking at a Web UI|
|Understanding usage patterns of your ABL application|
|Your first Cross-platform Mobile application. A look at using OpenEdge and Microsoft Xamarin.Forms for Mobile development|
|Case study: Monitoring your environment – tools and tricks|
|What’s new in OE12? – Commercial – Will most likely be part of the opening session|
|CI/CD for OE (incl docker of some description)|
|Talks about how to expose ABL business logic using the Data Object Handler. What is the DOH, how does it work, use-cases (JSDO, odata, resty), customisation etc (yes, I like webhandlers)|
|Security in PASOE (with or without authentication gateway)|
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