WebTech Conference 2013 / IPC

Oliver's Blog
30 October 2013

This week I have the privilege of speaking at the WebTech Conference, combined with the International PHP Conference, in Munich, Germany. The organizers have a number of great events in Germany, but I hadn't been to this one before - so far it was a very interesting conference, and one more day is still to come! 

At DevExpress, we have a number of products now that target developers on the HTML/JS platforms, plus of course the more traditional server-side web technologies. With our DevExtreme, PhoneJS and ChartJS products, we have some interesting contenders for those who write HTML/JS applications, especially so for the mobile sector. TestCafe is our testing tool which also aims at the same market. I had an opportunity to talk to a number of developers here and explain and demonstrate our ideas. This is valuable to us, because the feedback we can gather this way is passed on directly to our development teams. The more we can learn about your priorities in these technical areas, the better. If you are currently at WTC/IPC and you see me somewhere, let's have a chat about what you do!

I'm doing two presentations at the event. Yesterday, I spoke about modularization patterns applicable to large JavaScript codebases, and it was great to see the level of interest in the topic. Thanks to everybody who was there, especially the guys who camped out on the floor in the back of the room! 

Today I'm up for my second presentation at 3pm: Node.js, Socket.IO and Knockout - A Hybrid Architecture. This talk takes place in Forum 14 and I hope to see more of you there!

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