- SMB market specialists
- Software cravers
- Innovation mongers
The eighth ESWC
Berlin is really an experience of its own kind. While walls were everywhere in "those" times you cannot tell anymore where "the East" was (except besides a fine line on the street). Sounds similar to what we experience in our (Micro-)ISV-community. Eastern and Western Northern and Southern Europeans mingle and communicate in an united European Union of Software. Open all senses! caused a revelating experience of the blend that is taking place in our software world. Web, mobile and desktop spheres and applications are merging and we are an active part of this ongoing revolution of the senses and of the mind. The innovative concept of the ESWC to include future trends has proven to be the right path. Our keyspeaker Hartmut Kaiser showed that architecture is an issue to be thought about. Our eyes were widely open and the ears focussed - an outstanding success in quality and intensity while the number of participants was higher than last year and the sessions as good as never before. Bavarian beer in Berlin was a blast and WinRAR enthusiastical about their Epsilon Award 2008.
Thank you so much to all participants and sponsors.
Here are a few impressions from this
eighth annual European Software Conference, the premiere event for
the European Software and MicroISV Community held in November 2008
in Berlin, Germany.
More pictures can be viewed at:
1. Keynote by Hartmut Kaiser of MSDN: ESWC_Architecture-Keynote_2008
2. Sven Kappel of Paypal: PayPal - Possibilities and Opportunities for Developers
3. Jürgen Weichert of Dealunited: Cross-Selling 3.0
4. Ian Hunter of Queslett.com: So, you haven't got a Test Department yet?
5. Axel Katerbau and Dirk Theisen of
Two Separate Worlds?
6. Comments and details on Wrapped Apps (Elastx) at the ESWC 2008.
7. Dirk Heidemann (Deutsche Telekom) Telco 2.0
8. Janaina Piloma (Forum Nokia) Mobilising the Web
9. Denise Purtzer (Digital River) Affiliate Best Practices and Insider Tips
10.Blog and Comments by Riverblade
11. Pictures by Avangate
12. Impressions by Greg Weir from Tucows
15. Aston Fallen from asknet Inc. How
to increase your conversion rate in the Digital Marketplace?