Odoo Experience 2022
Opening Keynote - Unveiling Odoo 16
Towards idiomatic Python with types for the Odoo ORM
How to manage customers' sensitive data and keep them anonymized through the use of a blockchain?
Building custom apps using React or Vue
Adding features to Odoo PoS : a case study
Glovo's success case: how to deliver groceries in less than 10 mins with Odoo.
Andrés García CastillaDone
Generate a Ready-to-Deploy Odoo Add-on Directly from UML Diagram
Akhmad Daniel SembiringDone
Delivering better sleep with Odoo: Tediber's Success Story
Discover Odoo LIMS, a set of fully integrated applications for laboratories
Meet Pepper, the Odoo-powered robot that will help you keep an eye on your car's charging station.
Alexandre has been working on Odoo at Camptocamp since 2012 and is a contributor to the Odoo Community Association, where he was a member of the Board until last year. He co-authored the first two editions of the Odoo Development Cookbook (Pack Publication).
At Camptocamp, he works as a software architect for projects in France and coordinates the development team.
There are a number of patterns commonly found in Odoo module development. Old-time developers know them, even if they do not consciously apply them as patterns. There are also many anti-patterns that can lead to inefficient and even, sometimes, insecure code.
These are also known by old-time Odoo developers and normally only discussed in the dim-lit backrooms of a few Belgian bars close to the Odoo Experience conference center, among a handful of grizzled developers.
This year no more, and youngsters will get a chance to access this precious knowledge.
After attending this talk, you will learn how to structure business models to avoid performance and security issues, ease extensibility, and avoid being flagged as a noob by code reviewers.
Odoo module developers with some experience in the framework, but beginners are welcome too. Prior knowledge of module development is expected.
Added value for the target audience:
- Write better-structured models.
- Gain some insights about things you may be doing wrong.
- Make your code easier to extend.
- Earn respect from your colleagues who were not lucky enough to attend the conference.