DeveloperWeek 2019: Deepening Connections with the Developer Community

We just wrapped up another productive DeveloperWeek conference in the Bay Area last week. The energy and immense technical knowledge emanating from the Marriott Oakland City Center was palpable.

Seeing in-depth technical discussions between exhibitors and attendees and as they gleaned valuable nuggets from keynote presenters at the various sessions, and hearing the distinct sound of keyboards tapping as the many developers were hanging out around work areas and available wall outlets refining their projects and code was simply invigorating!

Our DeveloperWeek speaking session: “Optimizing PDFs for Data Longevity and Optimal User Experience” presented by our Senior Support Engineer, Patrick Gallot, clearly resonated with the audience and we had great PDF-specific discussions both after our presentation and at our booth. We were able to showcase our comprehensive range of PDF products including our SDKs/APIs and our new line of command line applications – all of which offer unique and reliable solutions.

Along with attending events like DeveloperWeek, Datalogics continues to engage and connect with the developer and PDF communities. We are proud to be active participants in:

  • DevNetwork – I am honored to contribute to the DevNetwork Advisory Board
  • Code Project and Stack Overflow – we have contributed many content pieces and are also active participants in the respective forums
  • PDF Association – our CTO, Matt Kuznicki, is the Chairman of the Board, and Patrick Gallot will also be presenting at the PDF Association event in Toulouse France in April

To learn about other events you can find Datalogics at this year, visit our events page!

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