2018 DevelopExcel london

There is going to be a major, major conference on advanced Excel mischief in London on 18th October 2018.

If you are pushing the limits of VBA (or Excel) and needing more power, richer language, more speed, or just a proper IDE, then this conference could well save you a ton of time in dead ends avoided. And a ton of time in getting straight to a productive level in pretty much all the key Excel extension technologies.

Take your development to a new level, rub shoulders with the big wigs in the Excel world, heckle everyone before 16:30.

By the time you leave, you will know loads of new people, have an excellent idea about which technologies will work for you, and how to get started, or progress further in them.

Full detail are here on the site.

But here is the provisional agenda from the worldwide speaker team.

 

8:30 Registration Opens

9:00-9:10 Introduction of Speakers
Patrick O’Beirne (IE) – Systems Modelling Ltd

9:10-9:45 Extending Excel: Overview of Excel core extensions, APIs and Tools
Charles Williams (UK) – Excel MVP

9:45-11:00 Modern Excel and Javascript APIs, UDFs and UI elements
Juan Balmori Labra (USA) – Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Excel Extensibility

11:00–11:15 Break

11:15- 12:00 Excel and .Net: Free and easy .NET for Excel
Govert van Drimmelen (SA) – author of Excel DNA

12:15-13:00 Integrating Excel and Python
Tony Roberts (UK) – author of PyXLL

13:00-13:45 Lunch & Network

13:45- 14:30 Excel and C++: When Why and How
Bruce Belson (AUS) – author of Planatech XLL Plus

14:45-15:30 Building Power Query and M into VBA solutions
Gasper Kamensek (SL) – Excel MVP

15:30-15:45 Break

15:45-16:30 VBE Tools & Comparison of VBA,JS, .NET, C++ and Python real-world Excel performance
Charles Williams (UK) – Excel MVP

16:30-17:15 VSTO, Addin Express and other Dev Tools: real world experience
Simon Murphy (CH) – Codematic

17:15-17:30 Break

17:30 – 18:00 Ask the Experts- Q & A
All speakers plus moderator Patrick O’Beirne

18:00 Close

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