Odoo Experience 2022
Opening Keynote - Unveiling Odoo 16
Patterns and antipatterns in Odoo module development
Towards idiomatic Python with types for the Odoo ORM
Generate a Ready-to-Deploy Odoo Add-on Directly from UML Diagram
Akhmad Daniel SembiringDone
Building custom apps using React or Vue
Glovo's success case: how to deliver groceries in less than 10 mins with Odoo.
Andrés García CastillaDone
Adding features to Odoo PoS : a case study
On-the-job training: speed up your onboarding process with Aroolla
Luc Maurer and Ulysse RosseletDone
How frePPLe helped Odoo customers outgrow their spreadsheets
The restructuring of an branded merchandize agency: Kick and Rush
Geoffroy Bléry, currently Senior ERP consultant at Merkle Dach and working for a humanitarian NGO, used to work for an Odoo gold partner and run an Odoo ready partner's business.
His interest in blockchain technology began in 2014 with an article on Bitcoins. He took care of a blockchain meetup and participated in a blockchain hackathon whose team subject was the anonymizing of plans so designers are not stolen.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is, by definition, dedicated to planning processes among a company.
These processes use data; some can be very confidential (for instance, health data).
With the rise of cyberattacks and the potential use of health data, the challenge to protect them while using them is even more complex.
We will see through this session how to manage the anonymization of these data while keeping them manageable thanks to using blockchain technology as a trusted third party.
This process can be applied to any python model existing among Odoo. Eager to try? Join us and do some tests on a dev environment after the session.
The cost of using blockchain will be argued, along with the risks and good practices to make your project sustainable.
Developers interested in integrating a blockchain solution or functional consultants looking to extend their knowledge.