One of my favourite parts of our trip to JavaOne San Francisco in September 2013 (where we are speaking of GlassFish and NetBeans), is the chance to visit lots of current and possibly future clients the week before in Silicon Valley, Palo Alto and San Francisco area. It gives me a chance to not only show what we are up to but also to get lots of feedback and ideas.
Last year, I was able to visit companies ranging from single person startups to the very largest places (did you know that Google has technical posters in the toilets so not a moment to learn is wasted!).
You will see a lot of really interesting features in this year’s releases which came out of those discussions and we were able to help several existing clients with some thorny issues. We also picked up several major new clients in Silicon valley. And I got to do the tourist bit, visiting Palo Alto…..
So whether you are a startup based in a garage, or a big corporate, I would be happy to come and visit and talk about anything PDF and HTML related, or show off our software. There is no cost or obligation – I just need to know so that I can plan my flight and schedule and I have limited slots which we issue on a first come first served basis.
Hope to see you in September!
If you would like us to visit (it is totally free and there is no obligation but we do need to know so we can book flights/schedule activities) you can let us know via our contact usor by social media (Twitter and Facebook.
IDRsolutions develop a Java PDF library, a PDF forms to HTML5 converter, a PDF to HTML5 or SVG converter and a Java Image Library that doubles as an ImageIO replacement. On the blog our team post about anything interesting they learn about.