REVELATION SOFTWARE USERS' CONFERENCE 2011 A HUGE SUCCESS "Mobile Computing", "Data Encryption", "Rain?, In Vegas?", "Wow, that food was awesome!" These were just some of the comments heard during the 2011 Revelation Software Users' Conference, held October 4 - 7, 2011 at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Over three days, the attendees were given the chance to choose from sixteen different training sessions in two tracks, including OpenInsight for Web (O4W) training.
The conference started on Tuesday evening October 4th with a cocktail reception. It was here that the attendees were able to meet each other, relax, and catch up on each other's happenings. It was mentioned by more than one attendee that the Revelation Conference has more of a feel of a family reunion than a boring business meeting.
Wednesday morning began with Welcoming Remarks from Mike Ruane, President and CEO of Revelation Software. Mike welcomed the attendees and reviewed some of what had happened with the company since the last Conference, including the sale of ten thousand new seats in that time period. He then went on to discuss plans for Revelation Software's future, including the Cloud, mobile devices, Windows 8, and a 64-bit version of OpenInsight. READ ON.
Our next Conference is tentatively scheduled to take place in the spring of 2013. CLICK HERE for a slide show of the 2011 Conference.
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Course INCT-1210 Intro to Programming (AREV Development) Course INCT-1220 Intro to Programming (AREV Programming Development) Course INCT-1230 Intro to Programming (OI Development) Course INCT-1240 Intro to Programming (OI Programming Development)
Revelation Software has provided the students with free development copies of OpenInsight (which includes Arev32) to assist with their education.
TECH TIPS Did you know...That you can reset engines created by the OEngineServer over the web. Included in OpenInsight Development Suite 9.3 will be a new O4W routine called O4W_MANAGEENGINES. If this routine is invoked with the "LIST=1" parameter (which is the default setting), it will display a list of OEngines. If this routine is invoked without "LIST=1", you will need to pass in the PWD parameter (PWD=REVSOFT), which will do a 'soft' reset. You can also pass in FORCE=1 which will do a 'hard' reset (which will even try to reset the OEngine that is currently running your request).