Mario Romano

Director of Engineering & Architect @ Alfresco

Mario is the Director of Engineering in Alfresco but he is still really much involved with the coding. Before Alfresco, Mario accumulated nearly 8 years of experience in developing software for large organisations, and in particular in developing microservices architecture. He’s been coding since he was 10 years old. Mario is currently based in London, but grew up in Naples the city where the pizza was invented (not New York or Chicago), and also the city where has played the best football player of all the time (Maradona ). Mario likes to plays the piano when is not busy writing code, reading code or thinking about code.

Session: From APS 1.0 to APS 2.0, Designed for the Cloud

APS 2.0 is a lot different from its predecessor, let’s see together what are the differences and what you should take into account when you upgrade it.

Session: The Rise of ADF (w. Francesco Corti)

In the last 2 years we worked hard to create the ADF framework. ADF 3.0 is around the corner and a lot has changed, such as support for Activiti Cloud, APS 2.X and new applications are provided by Alfresco which are built using ADF.

Speaker Sessions

Session: From APS 1.0 to APS 2.0, Designed for the Cloud APS 2.0 is a lot different from its predecessor, let's see together what are the differences and what you should take into account when you upgrade it. Session: The Rise of ADF (w. Francesco Corti) In the last 2 years we worked hard to create the ADF framework. ADF 3.0 is around the corner and a lot has changed, such as support for Activiti Cloud, APS 2.X and new applications are provided by Alfresco which are built using ADF.