POSTS TAGGED “COLLABORATE”
First off, let me say what a nice change on the venue; San Antonio offered a very good setting to host Collaborate 19. Everything was contained within a reasonable walking distance and I believe everyone enjoyed the scenery change! Following the pattern of previous conferences, Collaborate 19 offered 250+ JD Edwards education tracks, so there were plenty of sessions to choose from depending on specific path.
It’s almost here… The event of the year where members of the Oracle and JD Edwards community join together to share unique experiences, best practices, and the opportunity to network with peers and user groups. It’s time for Collaborate 16, aka the “JD Edwards Super Bowl”, in Las Vegas. The EmeraldCube team has an incredible […]
Joining the EmeraldCube team earlier this fall, I now have the opportunity to make my first contribution to the EmeraldCube blog. Join me, as I provide my own personal perspective and walk down memory lane of JD Edwards Conferences… I have been supporting JD Edwards software since 1991. It was World Software back then, and […]
As I took my first tour of duty at the EmeraldCube Collaborate booth a over a month ago, I fielded a lot of questions from JDE friends and colleagues about EmeraldCube Application Managed Services. In those face to face situations, I was able to answer their questions while communicating my enthusiasm about EmeraldCube and our […]
After just returning from my first trip to Collaborate15, I feel energized and enthusiastic about the JD Edwards community and the spotlight which shown brightly on EmeraldCube. The week was jam packed with educational sessions, exhibitor showcase hours, parties and events. Each one provided a unique opportunity to learn about the needs and challenges facing […]
So it’s been just over a week since I presented during the *optimal* [cough, cough] speaking time of 8:30 Friday morning on the last day of Collaborate 14 in Las Vegas. For those of you who were brave enough (or just hungover enough!?) to show up, I thank you. But I do also have to […]