The North Carolina PowerBuilder User Group (NCPBUG) and Appeon Corporation are pleased to announce that the Charlotte PowerBuilder Conference will be held from May 16 through May20, 2016. The Center City Campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte will again be the venue for the event.
The Charlotte PowerBuilder Conference brings the latest news and information on all things PowerBuilder.
Appeon Corporation will have product experts available to present the latest product roadmap and answer questions on current and future plans for PowerBuilder.
This is your opportunity to have your questions answered and see how to modernize and extend your applications first hand.
Call for sessions is open (see below)! Join us for over 50 hours of PowerBuilder content.
This year’s conference will primarily focus on technical sessions at an intermediary level.
Attend sessions on current GUI design and application development from industry veterans. Learn how to quickly modernize and extend your PowerBuilder applications with Web, Mobile, and Cloud technologies from Appeon Corporation. Workshops on topics such as beginning mobile development, getting the most out of your source control system, and the “how tos” of working with application frameworks are in the mix right now.
More than 50 hours of PowerBuilder specific content is planned for the Conference.
You will not find a better PowerBuilder value for your hard earned dollars anywhere in North America. Pre-registration for the three day event is only $295 – that’s 40% off the normal registration price of $495. REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON.
Call for Session Abstracts
Now is your chance to ‘feed’ the PowerBuilder Community by presenting a session at the conference. As a whole we can only get stronger by coming together and sharing ideas, know-how, and experiences. Showcase your achievements in front of your peers – help us all grow through exposure to new thinking updated ideas.
Session length may be 60, 90, or 120 minutes. Demo type presentations should be limited to 60 minutes; in-depth technical discussions or detailed analysis/examples would be more appropriate for a 90- or 120-minute slot.
Sessions need to be educational and technically focused. Intermediate level topics are encouraged.
Speakers must be available to present during the entire span of the conference (May 16-20, 2016). We offer complimentary registration to approved speakers.
For more information, visit www.ncpbug.org.