We’re busy getting ready for the PDF Technical Conference coming up next month in San Jose, CA! Those who are near the Bay Area and who are interested in PDFs or document workflows should sign up for two days of informative talks, both theoretical as well as practical. Seasoned practitioners who mumble PDF syntax in their sleep, as well as those who are interested in learning more about how PDFs help solve complex business problems, are all welcome.
I’m honored to be helping organize this event, and over here at Datalogics we’re excited about having three of us talking about a wide range of topics. Patrick Gallot from our support team will be giving a technical introduction to how color is represented in PDF files. Brandon Haugen, Datalogics PDF WebAPI product manager, will be giving a practical demonstration on how to process PDF forms in web applications. And I’ll be giving a couple presentations – an overview of the good times and the challenging times over the history of PDF as well as a demonstration and discussion of our PDF Alchemist technology for turning PDFs into reflowable HTML for workflows where this is desirable.
If you’re attending, feel free to stop by and say hello! If you’re not attending, and you make or work with documents – why haven’t you registered yet?