Matt Marum

Developers’ Corner

Blog Post created by Matt Marum Employee on Jul 28, 2016

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Thanks to everyone who attended the UnCon! It was a whirlwind for all of us but I think we have put on the best iteration of this event we have ever had. We look forward to seeing you all again for SugarCon in September 2017.

 

UnCon 2016 Highlights

It was standing room only for our UnCon general sessions, especially for the Platform Update on Tuesday and the Architecting Successful Projects panel on Wednesday.

 

Some of the most popular breakout topics led by Sugar Engineers were on Sugar tools that can be leveraged for Sugar development and deployment.  These topics included the Sugar Unit Test framework, Performance Test framework, as well as our soon to be released Sugar command line interface and Mobile SDK.

Other popular breakout topics included our deep dive into Advanced Workflow, Sidecar, and our two different sessions on Elasticsearch.

Example code, presentations, and recordings will be available to everyone!

The real value of UnCon is being able to get face to face with the Sugar Engineers and other Sugar Developers. It is a shame if you missed it. But take comfort, even if you did not make it you will still get access to all the UnCon presentations, example code, and video recordings for our UnCon general sessions.

 

UnCon 2016 Slides

All the slides from each of the 28 different general and breakout sessions have been posted in the UnCon community. This is a great opportunity to refresh your memory or review any of the presentations that you happened to have missed this year. Use these presentations as an aide to help you present what you learned at UnCon to your own colleagues!

 

UnCon 2016 Code

All example code shown at UnCon is available in the UnCon Github repository in the 2016 branch. There are a ton of code examples to learn and try out for yourselves. We presented and shared at least 2X more code than last year! All the example code in this repository is licensed under Apache 2.0 unless otherwise noted.

 

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