An open discussion of lessons learned while implementing functionalities of the openBoM application using the Forge Viewer and Data Management API. The discussion will include ademo of the application, an overview of the technical issues and architectural decisions, as well as a discussion of prospects for further use of the Forge platform in the application. Active audience participation is assumed and encouraged.
- Learn about practical examples of developing real production-ready applications on top of the Forge platform
- Explore the challenges of starting development on top of Forge
- Explore the current features and limitations of a particular Forge API
- Explore advantages that Forge provides when used as underlying architecture of the application
President and Co-Founder of AMC Bridge LLC since 2000.Prior to co-founding AMC Bridge LLC held engineering leadership positions at a variety of U.S. software companies including: Torrent Systems, TRUE Software, IDD Information Services, NPC Freight Services, and Parametric Technology Corporation. Hold two U.S. patent on distributed system architecture and have published several papers on software development, advanced simulation systems and Solid State Physics
Oleg Shilovitsky is an entrepreneur and blogger. openBoM is re-thinking how manufacturing companies manage data and collaborate in distributed environments.Oleg Shilovitsky has been building PDM / PLM software for over 20 years and worked for Autodesk, Inforbix, Dassault Systemes and SmarTeam. He is a blogger at Beyond PLM, a leading source for information and commentary on engineering and manufacturing software.openBoM develops new cloud technology to manage Bill of Materials (BOM) across networks of engineers, supply chain managers, and contract manufacturers. The integration with openBoM and the Forge platform enables people to collaborate on the Bill of Materials from initial design through all stages of engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain.