March 10-11• Sydney Harbourview Hotel • Sydney, AUS
VP, Product Development
Technology continues to change at a rapid pace, and OpenEdge is changing in response. Learn about the market trends that are shaping the future of business applications, and how Progress is planning to address these trends with new capabilities supporting continuous operations, continuous integration and deployment, availability, performance, scalability and more.
Object-Oriented Concepts for
the ABL Developer
MIKE FECHNER - ConsultingWerk
Writing class files is easy. Writing *good* class files requires a new school of thought – especially for procedural developers. In this session we will discuss best practices for writing excellent OOABL. We will be talking about best usage of Enums, Interfaces, Parameter classes and ways to manage dependencies the CCS way as well as covering the role of relational concepts like temp-tables and ProDatasets in a class based world. Mike will be showing OO patterns that every developer should know as well as pointers about when and when NOT to use them!
Docker for OpenEdge Revealed
THOMAS HANSEN - noedable.io
This session will show how you can build images and deploy containers for PASOE. We will also show what you can do with the soon-to-be-released Docker support for OpenEdge databases. If you are interested in seeing more, and trying it for yourself – sign up for the “Docker Containers and OpenEdge – Getting started” hands-on workshop on Wednesday March 11th during the conference.
OpenEdge DBA Best Practices
TOM BASCOM - White Star Software
Whether you have a single 10 user system or a horde of large systems with thousands of users come to this session to gather the latest tips and techniques for keeping your databases up and running, your users happy, your boss smiling, and your nights and weekends worry free!
PUG Challenge Australia is a conference for everyone who uses Progress products to develop or run business systems. We have a program full of highly technical breakout sessions and workshops where you can hone your skills and knowledge, learning from industry leading experts.
PUG Challenge Australia will be held at Hotel View Sydney (formerly North Sydney Harbourview). Located in the North Sydney area, adjacent to travel hubs and only a few KM from Kingsford Smith Airport, the hotel is easy to reach.