February 24, 2020 Andrew

Great Technical content at Las Vegas Omnis Developer Conference should not be missed

We regret to announce that due to the increased risk of Coronavirus #Omnis Software has been forced to postpone the Omnis Developer Conference in Las Vegas scheduled for March 24-25, 2020. We will reschedule the event for later in the year.

At the heart of our developer conferences are the technical sessions, delivered by some of the top speakers in the Omnis world – and this time at the Hampton Inn Tropicana in Las Vegas, March 24+25, is no exception with some brilliant speakers from the Omnis community and senior staff from Omnis Software itself. The technical content you will see, and the knowledge you will acquire, pays for the conference fees many times over, so you really don’t want to miss it!

  • ThadFirst, we are delighted to be joined by Thad Bogert of ClienTrax, an experienced Omnis developer, a regular conference speaker, and at one time an Omnis technical support engineer. On the first conference day Thad will demo the Datafile To SQL Emulation Tool, which he helped to develop, working closely with the Omnis engineering team in the UK – the tool provides developers with a clear path for migrating Omnis data file based applications to utilize SQL backends such as PostgreSQL and SQLite. We are so grateful for Thad’s assistance with the development of this product and we are delighted he joins us at the conference.
  • BobThen we are delighted that Bob Mitchell, principal Omnis Engineer at Omnis Software in the UK and the main architect of the Omnis core, is able to attend the conference, and show you some of the great things in the current Omnis Studio, and the exciting new stuff coming in the future. On the first day Bob delves deep into the new features in Studio 10.2 (including the new MultiProcess server), then he steers you along the Product Roadmap. Then during the whole of the second day Bob devotes his time to showing you the new OW3 Workers (which can optimize apps with a heavy workload), RESTful Web Services & how to implement an HTTP/HTTPS application server, and he finishes with an overview of the enhancements in the Fat Client & controls used for developing desktop and Client/server apps.
  • JasonWe’re also thrilled that Jason Gissing joins us from the UK engineering team – Jason is the main engineer behind the JS Client & its UI controls. On the first day Jason hosts a Break-out session all about the new JavaScript components (incl Toolbar, Calendar, etc), then on day 2 Jason shows how you can use Node.js running inside the new JavaScript Worker to perform more or less any server based task, allowing you to build robust & scalable apps. He also delves deep into the JS Client and using CSS to enhance & augment the UI in your browser-based Omnis apps.

We feel confident that we have assembled a great program of technical content, delivered by some of the top speakers in the Omnis community, and we really don’t want you to miss it. The extent of technical knowledge you will acquire will repay for the conference fees many times over, so we really hope you can join us in Las Vegas in March.

More Information & Registration

More information and registration here:


If you have any further questions about the conference, the location, or registration, then please do not hesitate to contact the team in the US:



, , , ,