03
November
2017

Showcasing Docmosis at JavaOne 2017

Last month, we exhibited for the first time at one of the biggest annual events for Java Lovers. 

The JavaOne 2017 Conference in San Francisco! 

This event attracts Java developers from all over the world who go there to meet other companies doing exciting things in the Java Market.  It proved to be the perfect place to showcase the capabilities of Docmosis!

 

Duke (the Java mascot) visits the Docmosis stand at JavaOne2017

Docmosis co-founders, Paul and Graham took time out of their busy work schedules to travel to San Francisco to be present for the 3 hectic exhibit days from October 2 – 4.  A couple of days were spent both before and after the event, visiting existing Docmosis customers in and around the San Francisco region with passes given away to the JavaOne Exhibit Hall and Speaker sessions.

 

Below, shows some of the Docmosis team ‘raring to get going’ after arrival at the Exhibit Hall.

JavaOneArrival

 

Prior to the Opening, time was spent preparing the Docmosis Booth for the Java Crowds.  A large raised screen was setup ready for live product demos using the Docmosis-Tornado Console.

JavaOneSettingUp

 

The early mornings on exhibit days proved to be quiet, allowing one-on-one time with keen Java developers.

JavaOneEarlyMorning

As the mornings progressed, the exhibit area became abuzz with energy, keeping the Docmosis Team busy with continuous demos and engaging Q&A sessions.

JavaOneCrowd

 

Interestingly, about 50% of the people who stopped by the Docmosis booth were experienced Java Developers who were 'all too familiar' with the problems involved in trying to efficiently generate PDF and DOC reports from Java Applications.  They seemed genuinely impressed with our time-saving template-based solutions, prompting some lively technical conversations.

We're pretty proud to have got the chance to showcase Docmosis at this popular international Java event.  It was a great opportunity to meet some of our existing customers, talk to potential ones and to mingle with the passionate Java community.

Author : Graham Hughes