EurOmnis is a developer conference run by developers, for developers from across Europe and the rest of the world. It provides 4 fully packed days of intensive technical sessions, 20 of the most prominent and knowledgeable speakers in the Omnis world, 50 sessions, around 60 different subjects, plus lectures, forums, and representing more than 300 hours of learning. The conference fees pay for themselves just in terms of the training and knowledge you will gain from attending EurOmnis – and you will you make new friends, business contacts, and have a lot of fun (and you get to hear the Omnis band..!).
The EuOmnis conference this year takes place in Germany, October 7-12, at the stunning Burg Hemmersbach, a beautiful old castle/chateau located on the edge of a forest, close to Cologne and only 50 minutes from Düsseldorf Airport. The venue has recently been refurbished to a high standard, with all the facilities you would expect including 60 double rooms, conference auditorium, meeting rooms, smaller breakout rooms, and looks ideal for the EurOmnis-style conference.
At the heart of the EurOmnis conference are the technical sessions and the incredible, world-class speakers, and this year is no exception… With the recent Studio 8.1 enhancements and upcoming Studio 9 release there is so much to talk about, explore and revel in. The speakers are without exaggeration some of the most knowledgeable and experienced Omnis developers in the world – many of them have 20+ years’ experience of using Omnis, have built successful businesses around their software development, and are proven speakers at previous Omnis conferences and other events.
The session schedule has been confirmed and speaker list is (almost) complete – here is a summary of the speakers and their topics of discussion:
- David Barnett
Automated Application Testing; Another View, and SQL That Works For You
- Alex Clay, Suran Systems (Donor & Church management software)
DevOps with Omnis Studio and OmnisTAP In Depth
- Jon Harris
Introduction to Data Visualization, and Intro to React JS and Marquee Charts
- Kurt Neufeld
GitLab Continuous Integration (CI) for Omnis Studio
- Bastiaan Olij
Help management, and Using JSON in PostgreSQL to add structure to your data model
- Nick Renders, ARC
“Going from Studio 4 to 8”, and Conversion from Omnis 7 to Studio
- Doug Easterbrook, Arts Management Systems (TheaterManager)
Bootstrap and Adaptive Web Pages, Improve Studio performance with a bag full of Postgres tricks, and Packages: How you can deliver your software solution as a single clickable install.
- Dave Mckeone, Arts Management Systems (TheaterManager)
Writing a Desktop Application in a World of Web and Cloud Apps, and Working with WebSockets (Real-time Web)
- Gavin Foster, Dataweaver Ltd, & Co-organiser of EurOmnis
- David Blaymires Instinct Systems Pty Ltd
Innovation workshop, and Leadership and Business Workshop
- Michaeal Monschau, Brainy Data Limited (Omnis component developer)
- Andreas Pfeiffer, Omnis Software
Automatic Generation of Data Objects
- Bob Mitchell, Omnis Software
Bob is the Engineering Manager at Omnis Software and at the Plenary session he will introduce the new Code Editor in Studio 9
Over the coming weeks we will reveal more information about our involvement at the conference, and we hope to bring you more information about the features in the Studio 9 release which we will be previewing at the conference.
More information & Registration
We urge you to check out the EurOmnis website for more information about the speakers including full technical details about their sessions, and to register: www.omnisworld.co.uk/speakers-2018/