March 29, 2018 asmith

New Sales Manager for North America and Other News

We are delighted to announce that David McGee has joined us in the US as the National Sales Manager. David has a wealth of experience in sales and technical sales including the selling of software tools to developers, and will be responsible for customers in the US and Canada.
This is the first step in rebuilding the Omnis presence in the US and we are confident that David will make a big contribution to the Omnis developer community. David is based in Dallas Texas and can be contacted on 972-481-0619, or by email david.mcgee@omnis.net, or you can connect with him on Linkedin.

And in other News…

Omnis Academy

Omnis adds value to the Omnis community by providing online and classroom-based training free of charge in the Omnis Academy. A new Omnis Academy course went live in January building a new mobile application called Cucina Piccola. The academy includes a step by step guide (a PDF guide available in English & German), and videos for each module.
For further details please visit www.omnis.net/academy/online.jsp

Omnis on GitHub

We have seen significant interest in the Omnis page on GitHub increasing the number of Omnis Studio repositories and adding value to the Omnis community by enabling developers to re-use Omnis and third-party code in their own applications. Developers that further enhance the repositories can submit the changes to Omnis and a new version can be released to the community. For details please visit https://github.com/OmnisStudio and also Alex Clay’s (Suran Systems Inc) website for a guide to GitHub at http://omnis.ci/: Alex talked about using GitHub with Omnis at our recent US Developer Conference.

Omnis Studio 8.1.5 Release

Omnis Studio 8.1.5 was released earlier this month; there are no substantive new features in Omnis Studio 8.1.5, except for $definelistorrow() to define a list or row variable from a server table, sys(237) which will return an item reference to the method currently being edited, and $numericprecision which allows you to set the precision of numeric variables.
For details please visit www.omnis.net/products/studio/whatsnew.jsp.

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