Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2013
Dedicated to application modernization on all platforms, CM First Group decided to attend SHARE, the world-class, user-driven education conference. SHARE began holding meetings in 1955 just two years after IBM released its first business computers. Now, the conference embraces a wide range of technologies and platforms and welcomes technicians from around the world.
CM First’s CTO, John Rhodes will be presenting “Business Agility - Unlocking Your Legacy Code," session number 13459 on Tuesday August 13, at 1:30pm, room to be determined. This session will define how companies can modernize legacy applications to exploit web, mobile and cloud. He will also present “Paying Down Your Technical Debt,” session #13460, on Wednesday, August 14th, at 8am in Room 200 in the Hynes Convention Center. “Technical debt may be one of the largest impediments to modernization,” Rhodes noted. “Companies seeking to move to cloud, mobile or even enhanced web presence may find that older applications will block progress. This presentation will highlight how to solve the problem.”
Interested in connecting with technical specialists, CM First opted to have a booth in the Exhibit Hall. CM First technical experts will be on hand to provide information about company offerings as well as to learn from customers about the most pressing current challenges their companies face.
“After all these years, SHARE continues to be a vital information exchange for IT professionals,” said Christoph Heinrich, CEO. “CM First wants to play a role in helping companies move to modern technologies so they can grow their business.”
SHARE will be held in Boston at the Hynes Convention Center August 11-16, 2013. Technicians and managers are invited to meet with Rhodes and his team in Booth 231 and to attend the technical session on Wednesday.
About CM First Group
CM First is a global software and services company with focus on application modernization, custom development of enterprise applications that support high-performing, and agile development teams in three key areas: Application Modernization for IBM Environments, Custom Application Development Architected and Agile, Tools and Technology for Future Development.