TEAM Software Joins The 2018 Heartland Developers Conference
TEAM Software, Inc. is proud to sponsor the 2018 Heartland Developers Conference (HDC) September 5-7, at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in La Vista, Nebraska.
“We look forward to participating and continually supporting the HDC event. There’s a great deal of value gained from listening and learning from our regional technology community. And, we’re excited to share our story and lessons learned as a way to help others in their transformational journeys,” said Michelle Shanholtz, TEAM’s Vice President of Product Management.
In addition to TEAM’s sponsorship, employee owners Sarah Riley and Steven Williams are scheduled to present Thursday, Sept. 6, at 10:15 a.m. During their breakout session, Riley and Williams will show how the Azure Data Lake and U-SQL can be a highly scalable solution suitable for processing structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data workloads, both big and small. They’ll also share lessons learned from TEAM’s evaluation of these technologies for its data and analytics platform.
TEAM will also be featured during the Friday, Sept. 7, 11:15 a.m. breakout session with Deliveron Consulting Services, DesignMap Inc. and Dynamo LLC. The three partners, along with Shanholtz from TEAM, will share the people, processes, and technologies necessary for digital transformation to build a modern application platform while transforming cultural mindsets from both a business and IT perspective.
AIM HDC was founded in 2003, with the primary purpose of providing the Midwest software development community with a world-class event at a reasonable cost. What started as a 100-person, one-day event in Des Moines, Iowa, has turned into one of the largest, most successful annual developer conferences in the country.
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