On the next meeting on Tuesday 24th November 2015, kindly hosted by InterSystems Benelux at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Antwerp, we would like to focus on development topics every developer encounters daily. We welcome you to this interesting meeting. Participation to the user group and meetings is free of charge!
The goal of this meeting is to have an open discussion with all CUG members about development using Caché. We will discuss the development challenges in modern development and best practices. This meeting will be as interactive as possible, so please don’t hesitate to exchange your experiences with the other CUG members!
18:00 Welcome with sandwiches
18:30 Evaluation of the REST workshops, future webinars/workshops
19:15 Presentation of a web application with Bootstrap, CSP, Caché (SQL) by Christophe Drieghe (CRC)
20:00 Open discussion with all CUG members about development:
As I got the question yesterday from CUG members and was discussing with the marketing people at the InterSystems Benelux Summit, we now added a LinkedIn group (CUG Benelux) and a Twitter account (@cugbenelux). Of course this CUG blog will stay the place where we post all announcements about the CUG, but with the new social features you’ll also be able to discuss topics on LinkedIn and we will also announce upcoming events using Twitter.
So I would encourage every CUG member to join the LinkedIn group and to follow us on Twitter to stay tuned on upcoming events and announcements and feel free to start discussions with all the CUG group members!
Thank you all for joining us in Crowne Plaza Antwerp! We wish to thank the large number of members present for this hot development topic. You can find here the presentations kindly provided by the speakers.
Stay tuned as we will post a poll on this blog about possible more in-depth sessions on these topics!
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