OZ Code or: Why its Always a Good Idea to Visit the Exhibitor Booths at a Conference

Posted by: Roland Weigelt, on 30 Apr 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

You surely have come across the situation when you visit a developer conference with an exhibition area, walk past a booth, see the company logo, read claims about increased productivity and think “ah, whatever”. Tip: If you see something that remotely touches your area of work or general interest, do yourself a favor and ask for a product demo. You never know what you may miss. I’m at the Microsoft Build conference right now and I stumbled across a fine product that promised increased...

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