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Relativity Fest 2018

Albert Yu

Application Engineer, Relativity

Speaker Bio

Albert hails from the Bay Area and has been at Relativity for over one year. His role on the developer experience (DevEx) team is to support developers who are building custom applications on the Relativity platform. Relativity’s breadth and depth has given and continues to give plenty of content for him to learn, and he is excited to see the further feature work and improvements to come. In his free time, Albert enjoys programming, playing piano, and reading technical subject matter blogs.

PR225236 - Introduction to the Relativity Platform for Developers This survey course will introduce you to the ways you can extend the functionality of Relativity through dynamic objects, event handlers, scripts, agents, custom pages, and Relativity's APIs. You'll learn about the range of extensibility opportunities throughout the platform. While not a deep dive into any specific question, this course is designed to give you an overview of what each of the extensibility points do and how they might fit together to solve a problem. Coding experience is required. 2 hours Lecture Albert Yu - Application Engineer, Relativity
Gabe Bustos - Technical Product Mangaer, Relativity
Rob Pasztor - Senior Software Engineer, Relativity