Netherlands

4 days / 20 talks
Awesome and great speakers

October 15-20
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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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Mischa

Klement

Omnis developer since 1987 starting with Omnis Quartz, the first Omnis version for Windows.

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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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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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Jon

Harris

Studio 8 is a major milestone for Omnis and with it comes more enhancements that let Omnis connect with the rest of the software world. One such area is data visualisation.

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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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Dan

Ridinger

Dan has been in the computing industry since 1976 (before the personal computer).

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David

Barnett

David is a longtime Omnis user, in the 30 year club (since 1985). His very first system, a music licensing system, is still in use after a major rewrite for Studio.


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Jim

Pistrang

Jim Pistrang has been immersed in the Omnis world since 1990. Prior to Omnis, Jim programmed extensively for IBM Mainframe, VAX and Macintosh.

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Lars

Scharer

Lars fell in love with the first version of Omnis 5 running on Windows 3.0 some 23 Years ago, when he needed software to run the System-House

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Lou

Picciano

Lou has been an Omnis developer for a very long time; one of the first in the world, in fact, starting with early DOS-only versions back in ’82 and ’83.

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Marten

Verhoeven

Van Beek B.V. is a manufacturer of screw conveyors (machines for transportation of bulk materials like powders and granulate).



Nick

Renders


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