Netherlands

4 days / 20 talks
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November 3-8

Speaker Biographies

2024 Speakers


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Doug

Easterbrook

Arts Management Systems mission is to provide enterprise wide software for the total administration of Arts & Entertainment organizations.

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David

McKeone

David has been developing in Omnis Studio for over 9 years with Arts Management Systems. In that time he has played a major role in converting ArtsMan’s main..

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Mirko

Pepa

Mirko Pepa has been developing with Omnis since Version 3. His first application was a general ledger-app. He brings vast experience in a number of tools to Euromnis

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Michael

Monschau

MIchael Monschau (Brainy Data Limited) joined the Tiger Logic (then Blyth Software) engineering team at Mitford House in 1989.


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Alex

Clay

Alex Clay is a second-generation Omnis developer and leads the development team at Suran Systems, Inc. In 2000

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Lou

Piccanio

Lou has been an Omnis developer for a very long time; one of the first in the world

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Robert

Andreas Schoening

Robert’s current job is supporting a company in the waste management industry convert an Omnis Classic application to Studio 11

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Stephan

Diefenbacher

Stefan Diefenbacher joined the Omnis community in 2018, marking the beginning of his developer career at the late age of 42


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Lars

Schärer

Lars fell in love with the first version of Omnis 5 running on Windows 3.0 some 24 Years ago

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Serban

Toedorescu

Serban’s topics focus on options for deploying Omnis Studio web apps in cloud or internal servers.

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Gavin

Foster

Gavin has worked as a specialist Omnis consultant at JP Morgan and other organisations for the past 32 years

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Silvan

Baach

Silvan Baach has been an integral part of Profile GmbH since joining the company in 2018.


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Joe

Maus

Writing custom Omnis applications spanning fields such as medicine, accounting, and championship horse scoring systems


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