Aspose Sponsors the Microsoft Industry Summit in Indonesia

The Microsoft Industry Summit demonstrates how Microsoft and partners are committed accompanying customer’s digital transformation journey through the power of innovation technology. The event will be attended by 200+ quality audiences from senior IT Leaders and Business Decision Makers from across industries such as FSI, Manufacture & retail, and Education. They have designed this event not to only focus on the presentation session but also focus to the partner’s showcasing booth.
September 22, 2016 · 2 min · Adam Skelton

Aspose Sponsors JCConf in Taiwan

JCConf Taiwan (J​ava C​ommunity Conference Taiwan) is organized by the TWJUG (Taiwan Java User Group) community for discussion of the Java programming language and related technologies. Their target audience are programmers and project managers that are interested in Java. JCConf Taiwan 2015 was a big success and this will be the first time they host a two days conference and are expecting more than 450 attendees, 29 sessions, 6 quickies (15 minutes talk) and 2-3 ­hour workshops.
August 17, 2016 · 2 min · Adam Skelton

Aspose in the Community

We’re delighted to sponsor developer events in the community. Conferences and user groups play an important role in developers’ ongoing professional development. Software’s not an industry where you can afford to stop learning – that’s what makes it so rewarding. Aspose is a strong supporter of developer community initiatives. We’ve spent the past few years building a solid schedule of events and groups to sponsor around the globe. This includes:
May 4, 2016 · 1 min · Adam Skelton

Supporting the developer community: Desert Code Camp and WPC Milano

[![User group icon][1] Texas, USA - 4 November, 11, 2011 - Aspose supports a number of local user groups and events in the US and Europe. The software we design, and the way we work, promotes interaction and communication between teams and individuals. We believe that user groups and good team work helps individuals succeed. Each of us learn from others. Sharing ideas and learning new things keeps us interested and makes us better at what we do.
November 4, 2011 · 3 min · Caroline Von Schmalensee