Announcing the 2013 CA 2E/CA Plex Developers Conference

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CM First Group to Present and Speak at Developers Conference

2013 Conference

"Mobile application enablement is within every company’s grasp. Talk to CM First and learn how to get there,.” says John Rhodes, CTO, CM First Group

CM First will continue a strong presence at the CA 2E/CA Plex Developers Conference as a platinum sponsor. Technical experts will provide quality content and one or more customers will speak about their experiences using CM First software and services.

The conference will be held this year at the CA Technologies World Headquarters in Islandia, NY November 12-14, 2013. It offers targeted training to those using the CA 2E and CA Plex development framework to create enterprise applications.

The conference includes 53 conference and pre-conference session covering topics such as product roadmaps, exploiting the agile process, tips and techniques, mobile enablement and developing large CA Plex applications. Speakers include technical staff from CA Technologies, CM First, Websydian, Team Consult and Axsos, as well as customers such as United Heritage, DOJ Zurich, Belhara, Wolters Kluwer, Kilanne Services, edbourn Business Systems and the Warranty Group.

CM First sessions include:

  •     CM WebClient Roadmap – Learn how to web and mobile-enable your applications
  •     CM MatchPoint & Agile – Successfully manage agile projects with CM MatchPoint
  •     Successful Migration from CA Plex C++ to CA Plex .Net – Tips and techniques from a customer project
  •     Automated Testing with CA Plex, CA 2E and Worksoft Certify – Make the test process more robust and more useful

“CM First is particularly excited about having a customer experience presentation on mobile enablement,” said Christoph Heinrich, CEO. “CM First customers have expressed the need to provide mobile solutions to their customers and employees. CM WebClient makes it easier and faster to achieve that goal.”

Attendees will enjoy these sessions and more. A ‘hackaton’ will be held, allowing attendees to work with vendor developers to create solutions to challenging issues and demos will be available for a variety of products and services. The low, early reg price of $300 should make it possible to justify attendance so developers can take advantage of the training, as well as networking and the social events planned. Register by October 13, 2013 to take advantage of the discount. Area hotels at various price points have been selected to make the conference affordable. Find more information at:

To help customers justify the conference cost, CA Technologies has added a pre-conference day at no additional charge. The planned sessions are abbreviated versions of highly-rated courses which are normally offered at significant additional cost. These classes include such topics as HTML5 Hybrid Applications with CA Plex and CM WebClient and CA 2E Advanced Topics. Many companies only sponsor a single training program per year per employee; this allows attendees to get even more benefit from the program.

“Come early and join us at the preconference sessions and social events,” John Rhodes, CTO said. “CM First will be happy to show you the latest release of CM WebClient. Mobile application enablement is within every company’s grasp. Talk to CM First and learn how to get there.”

Each attendee will also have the opportunity to meet with product vendors, including CM First. For developers in this space, this once every 18 months conference represents the best opportunity to learn both through sessions and networking, helping to elevate skills and abilities to the next level.

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.

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