Software Architect, Progress
Peter Judge is a software architect in the OpenEdge group at Progress, where he works on mainly integration and server technologies such as the PASOE server and HTTP client, and on the CCS and OERA reference applications.
Peter’s background is in application and application toolkit design and development, but his interests span the whole SDLC from design through to deployment, regardless of language and technology.
Peter is a regular speaker at PUG and other Progress events on a range of topics from application design and programming REST APIs, to general ABL topics like performance and debugging. On most days he can be found on the Progress Communities and other discussion forums. Peter likes to make things work together, and learned nearly everything he’s needed to know about software development from playing with Lego, mainly as a child.
Tue, 07 May | 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Beyond the Code: Defining and Packaging ABL Services for Progress Application Server for OpenEdge
Learn how to build ABL Services with the intention of deploying packages to the Progress Application Server for OpenEdge. In this session, we'll share foundations for a solid, yet extensible application architecture, an exploration of various deployment packages, and best practices for API definitions and versioning.