To pre-register, send us your name and email address and we’ll send you a welcome package email with a link to register for the spring ’23 conference.
This gathering continues to deliver up-to-date training that results in enormous success for our user community.
As in previous years, we will offer multiple tracks of proven, focused sessions on CA 2E and CA Plex – covering everything from basic development techniques for novices – to advanced topics for seasoned users. We will have details on CA 2E and CA Plex, enabling participants to leverage the latest features including Security and API integration. Details on the agenda will be posted here.
The conference gets going quickly with Monday morning and afternoon hands-on labs, FREE with conference attendance. We aim to provide a full slate of offerings that will satisfy users across product lines and with varying degrees of expertise. You’ll also have time to consider the latest and greatest ideas from our co-sponsors and valuable partners in the vendor area.
For such an affordable registration fee, there is simply no other event that delivers equal value for the money, with three full days of training and actionable information. This is a unique opportunity to interact with both CA engineering staff and your development peers across a wide range of organizations.
Be sure to book your stay early to take advantage of the great nearby hotels, as there will only be a limited number of available rooms.
We will continue to provide updates as conference details and news are announced. You can also follow conference news via Twitter (@Plex2E or #Plex2E), Facebook and the CA 2E/Plex Community itself.
On behalf of CA and our conference co-sponsors, we’d love to have you join us to enjoy training in the warm Florida sunshine this Spring.
Call for Speakers
If you have a creative, interesting, or unusual application or feature built into your software applications, we would love to have you present it at the next CA Plex / CA 2E Conference. There is a wealth of experience and talent in this user community (I’m talking to you), and we look forward to hearing from you. Email your presentation idea to email@example.com.
– Roger Griffith, User Community President