PDF Days Europe 2016

June 03, 2016


Developers and IT managers interested in learning more about PDF best practices - take note - there is an important conference occurring this month.

The PDF Days Europe 2016 conference kicks off in just a couple of short weeks from now. The two-day event will this year be held in Berlin, Germany on the 14th and 15th of June, with the option of attending a pre-conference educational day on the 13th as well.

This year there will be two separate tracks, the first is the best practice track which is suitable for end users and the second is the university track which is suitable for developers. In all there will be 50 sessions run in four streams with an even mix of English and German sessions.

The full agenda for PDF Days Europe 2016 is online and you can also book your tickets to attend online here.

For those interested in attending the pre-conference there will be sessions in German and English. We suggest taking a look at the educational sessions being arranged by Foxit and LuraTech in English which will demonstrate client, mobile and server solutions as well as a new technology from Foxit called ConnectedPDF.

Planet PDF highly recommends attending the PDF Days Europe 2016 conference if you want to get an in-depth understanding of various aspects of PDF and best practices.

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