MWLUG Registration Complete

A couple weeks ago I was honored to be selected to speak at MWLUG next month in Austin, Texas.  Attending my first conference as consultant with PSC, I will be once again speaking…this time with my co-worker Kathy Brown.  Having such a terrific and experienced speaker like Kathy as my co-presenter is comfort as we prepare over the next six weeks to provide a quality session on the use of dashboards in modern web applications.

Using Dashboards to Transform Application Data Visualization

When you’re driving a car, you need a lot of data quickly. How fast are you going? Are there any problems you need to address? Where do you get that data at a glance? Your dashboard, of course. All the info you need at your finger tips, easily understood. Your applications have a lot of data and important information, but can your users get to it quickly? Can they easily spot issues or know what they need to do right now? Shean and Kathy will take you for a test drive through some XPage application dashboards. They will demonstrate how to move away from email-driven tasks and buried information to show you how you can easily visualize your critical business data. Come see how an application can provide a visually striking, functional, and easy to use Data Visualization for common workflow actions, important info, charts, and key metrics. Put your users in the driver’s seat!

If you have not attended an MWLUG conference before I strongly urge you to consider attending.  It’s a fantastic event, full of great content (we hope to live up to that standard), great friends, and plenty of productive conversations.  I can’t wait!



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