The biggest PDF event of the year for developers and IT managers who work with PDF files is just around the corner. The PDF Technical Conference 2015 will this year be held in San Jose, on the 19th and 20th of October.
Unlike the end-user focused PDF Days 2015 conference held earlier in the year in Cologne, Germany, this conference has a more technical focus. It’s aimed at developers, IT managers and product managers who want to discover insights into how to get the most out of PDF.
According to the PDF Association the benefits of attending are:
New to PDF? The PDF Fundamentals track introduces the capabilities, features and data structures behind PDF
Love to learn? The PDF Technology track will give you new insights on how to use PDF to solve real-world problems
Working with documents? Find out how to use PDF to deliver value and insight to your users
The conference will hosted in the Adobe System offices in San Jose, the cost will be:
$95 for PDF Association members
$195 for non-members
The speaker list is full of well-renowned PDF experts such as Leonard Rosenthol from Adobe, François Fernandes from Levigo, Bruno Lowagie from iText, Duff Johnson from the PDF Association and Boris Doubrov from Dual Labs.
Planet PDF highly recommends attending the PDF Technical Conference if you want to get an in-depth understanding of various aspects of PDF.
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