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5 Must-See Sessions at the Logi Conference

By Jenna Ward
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Are you looking for new ways to leverage the Logi platform and build your technical expertise? Join us for the third Logi Conference on October 22-23 in Washington, DC. The conference includes two full days of expert training, technical workshops, product updates, and plenty of networking opportunities.

This year, we have more than 20 hours of in-depth presentations by solution architects, web developers, support engineers, and product managers. If you’re already registered, you may want to invite a colleague or two—past attendees have recommended splitting courses with team members and regrouping in the evening to review all the data and actionable insights gained.

> Related: Meet Us in DC for the 2019 Logi Conference <<

Here are a few sessions that you won’t want to miss:

  1. Best Practices for DevOps Deployments

    What’s the best way to configure a scripted deployment of an Info application? How do you set up a DevOps process? Learn about industry-standard tools for source control, deployments, and VM environments. We’ll also take a close look at a scripted Info application deployment using Git and AWS.

  2. How to Build a Highly Performant Application

    You want your application to be highly performant. But what does that mean, how do you get there, and how is it measured? It starts with the end in mind. Learn how to build a scalable, highly performant Logi Info application from scratch. We will walk through key metrics to monitor and ways to benchmark performance.

  3. 10 Solutions from the Expert-on-Demand Team

    Discover 10 of the best extensibility solutions from our expert-on-demand team. See a live demonstration of an application built by Left Brain Marketing using this cohesive framework.

  4. Logi Predict in Action

    Logi Predict is the only predictive analytics solution designed to embed inside your application, allowing you to deploy 5x faster than doing it yourself. See a live demonstration of an end-to-end use case and learn how you can get started on your predictive project today.

  5. Style This: Your Analytics Toolkit

    Discover ways to style and brand your applications with powerful tools like JavaScript, Bootstrap, font libraries, CSS, and other common web frameworks.

Check out the conference agenda for more sessions and register today >

Originally published August 8, 2019; updated on October 2nd, 2019

About the Author

Jenna Ward is the Event Campaign Manager at Logi Analytics, where she coordinates all tradeshows and events including Logi's annual User Conference in Washington, D.C.