sessions were technical, me being an engineer myself. The emphasis was on established technologies like OpenEdge and ABL, but there were also plenty of sessions about Docker Containers, NativeScript, DB Administration and also methodologies and best practices to migrate your apps into using different protocols and paradigms.
One of the most notable sessions I visited was “Docker Containers and OpenEdge – Getting Started” by Thomas Hansen from Nodeable company. It was a workshop for newbies using Docker Containers, a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies, so the application would run quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another.
The next notable session was “Scope: Blocks, Buffers, Transactions and Locks” held by Tom Bascom. In this session, the subjects mentioned in the title were explained in detail and Mr. Bascom’s presentation was full of self-describing examples of best practices on how to use different code constructions.
My session was about a custom built tool,