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RESPONSIBILITY:
Building Reliable Environments

München, 26. - 30. Januar 2015

Exhibition

Tuesday January 27th, 2015

Tuesday January 27th, 2015

Welcome reception powered by Atlassian 6.45 pm – 7.45 pm

We would like to invite all delegates, sponsors, exhibitors, speakers as well as authors and guests to our welcome reception, where you can network and interact in a relaxed setting with finger food and drinks.

The ultimate informal IT chat 7.45 pm – 8.45 pm

On the back of the chat‘s success in previous years, this year again five prominent representatives of the IT business will discuss the IT sector‘s most significant, stimulating and amusing news as well as trends of the year gone by. Lean back and enjoy Nico Josuttis and his guests taking a tongue-in-cheek look at our business, in a relaxed atmosphere and reflecting on events in a manner that may well reveal a few surprising facts.

January 27th – 29th, 2015

Fuelling stations

You will come across some ‚fuelling stations‘ in the exhibition area - places for you and your electronic devices to refuel!

In the lounges, you will find seats as well as power sockets allowing you to stay in touch with your team during the conference so that none of your projects need to be put on hold.

Like Sushi?

This year again, we are going to spoil you with tasty sushi bites. You will be able to locate the sushi stall in the exhibition area

Fancy some football?

Once again, OOP 2015 will give you the chance to play table-top football with like-minded people.

Like to bluff as well?

Then take the chance of playing a round
of poker in the OOP exhibition area while
learning some tricks and tips from a pro.

 

 

Internet café

Computers will be available allowing you to read/respond to e-mails and access the Internet.

Real-Time Graphic Recording

Kata Máthé und Marti Frigyik, remark.eu

Kata Mathe and Marti Frigyik are graphic recorders of remarker.eu. Real-time graphic recording is a visual tool that can effectively support any processes where people share ideas, thoughts and information with each other. They are presenting, paying attention to what is happening and making notes in words and drawings using colourful markers on a large sheet of paper (120x150 cm).

For most of us it is easier to understand and recall things that are linked to a visual experience so the notes are not only fun to look at but they also highlight important connections and later help to remember what was said.