Kore Technologies recently participated in MVU, Rocket Software’s conference focused on MultiValue databases and solutions.
Two of the highlights of MVU were the focus on mobility and Python Day, according to Mark Dobransky, co-founder and managing partner with Kore Technologies. “It was everything about Python you could ever want to learn,” stated Dobransky. Python is a language that is now being taught at many colleges, observed Dobransky, noting that it is expected that this will have a positive impact on MultiValue innovation.
MVU draws users that are very technical and experienced with database technology. This is due to the labs and the opportunity for different types of certification that are offered at MVU.
“Some of the vendors are ‘tool guys,’ while we are more end-user-based, although we are still tool-based. We try to make our data warehousing, REST, and other capabilities easy for customers to assimilate,” stated Dobransky.
At MVU, Kore also sponsored the VIP dinner held at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. “It was a good opportunity to be together for an hour and a half and chat about things over a nice meal,” stated Dobransky.
“Kore is going to be heading out to Vegas again for ZumaPaloozaTen on November 15th. We are going to be there for a similar type of event, talking about technology, MultiValue, and integration,” noted Keith Lambert, vice president of marketing and business development at Kore Technologies.
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