Events

We are all set up for JavaOne 2013! We think the booth looks great with our "iText Architecture" graphic . If you want to jump in and make a chance to win an ebook: iText in Action, Second edition then just mail us at marketing@itextpdf.com and we will send you a free discovery pass...
The National eID & ePassport Conference - the Global Forum on the drivers behind the digitalization of citizen ID documents – brings 5th edition to BERLIN, Germany. The event takes place on the 28th and 29th of October. This forum on electronic identification gathers 35 speakers and 300 experts, key industrial as well as top-level government representatives from over 30 countries in high profile keynotes, case-oriented panel sessions, workshops, networking and exhibition. This 5th edition will highlight European Interoperability issues, Cross-border Security, Electronic IDs on the track,...
Last week, Bruno Lowagie, the CEO of iText Software, attended the PDF Conference organized by the PDF Association and the PDF/A Day organized by Adobe: The venue was great: the offices of Adobe in Seattle. The first day was kicked off by Nora Calvilio and Duff Johnson: PDF/A Day was kicked off by Bob Wulff who was responsible for the Acrobat project for 20 years: Bob covered 20 years of PDF in his keynote. We all know that the original code name for Acrobat was Carousel. Unfortunately, this name was already taken by Kodak. A marketing specialist was asked for an alternative name. They came up...
Last week, Bruno Lowagie, the CEO of iText Software, attended the European PDF Technical Conference organized by the PDF Association to see the future of PDF: Leonard Rosenthol, Adobe's PDF Architect, allowed us to look in his crystal ball: A combination of PDF and Web technologies can enable customers to make their documents and publications available everywhere in the best way possible for the document consumer: Unfortunately, invoices are still mostly on paper: But the German ZUGFeRD standard is a great step forward: This is a view from the European "20 years of PDF" party: