Vent your Frustration in Reston

By Lonnie | 11/03/2016 | Reading time: 1 min

Come meet Lonnie VanZandt, Sodius’ Enterprise Architect at the upcoming Object Management Group event in Reston, Virginia the week of 13-17 March, 2016.

The Object Management Group quarterly technical meeting provides IT architects, business analysts, government experts, vendors and end-users a neutral (yet stimulating!) forum to discuss, develop and adopt standards that enable software interoperability for a wide range of industries. Attend this OMG Technical Meeting to influence the direction of future standards work, hear from industry experts, network with your peers and be among the first to know what will be cutting edge tomorrow.

Take part in this interactive event, and engage in the many networking opportunities with engineering associations, industry and technology leaders.

If you attend, stop by Sodius’ exhibition area to discuss your information integration and business enterprise architecture challenges with Sodius’ staff. Lonnie is a practicing software engineer (he writes real code!), consulting systems engineer (he’s thought out real products!), business development guy at Sodius, and a contributor to the UML, SysML, BPMN, FIBO, ODM, and UPDM OMG specifications. He specializes in collaborative model-based everything, web service mashups, and functional (that is sets, lambdas, closures, etc) programming.

Lonnie can tell you best practices for working with products from IBM, from No Magic, from Sparx, and from Eclipse for enterprise-scale productivity.

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