posted on May 29, 2012 16:31
May 29, 2012 – While Relativity Fest offers panel discussions, hands-on labs, and educational breakout sessions throughout the day, the social events in the evenings allow Relativity users to share their experiences with the software and spend time with the kCura team. At Relativity Fest 2011, kCura’s founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, took some time in the hotel bar one evening to demonstrate alternative interfaces for Relativity built completely on top of Relativity’s extensible API—his own “concept car” for the platform.
Check out the videos page of the Relativity Fest site to watch a video of the encounter, and see the type of spontaneous gatherings that occur throughout Fest.
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