We’ve blogged about our upcoming Progress Exchange 2013 conference before, but now that we’re a little over three weeks away, we wanted to share more insight into the show. Progress Exchange will focus on a wide array of topics including, application development best practices, disruptive innovation and much more. In fact, Luke G. Williams, author of, Disrupt: Think The Unthinkable To Spark Transformation In Your Business is going to be our featured keynote.
You probably already know that the four-day conference will take place October 6-9 at Boston’s Westin Waterfront hotel. And, you probably know that the conference will feature more than 70 hours of breakout sessions, 11 unique workshops and hands-on labs and demos of our solutions. But did you know that the event will give you a chance to meet with Progress partners and customers, such as QAD, Bluebird Auto Rental Systems, Akioma, FDM4, among others?
We’ll also be running an Unconference during the event, which will give attendees an informal opportunity to meet with Progress developers, product managers, and peers to solve business problems and ask in depth-questions about our new Progress Pacific application-platform-as-a-service offering.
How can you stay up to date with everything Progress Exchange?
Follow the #PRGS13 hashtag: We’ll be posting content on our Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ pages with the hashtag #PRGS13 so be sure to follow us for updates and sneak peeks into Progress Exchange.
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