Archive for the ‘xChange’ Category

Serena booth at SHARE ConferenceEach year Serena attends the SHARE mainframe conference. This year it was in Boston and was very well attended. Our booth (pictured) was the center for some pretty hard core



Eden Roc Renaissance MiamixChange13, Serena Software’s global user conference from September 16-18, is at the legendary Eden Roc Miami Beach.  It sits between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, so attendees will be able to enjoy both a



xChange13See what’s planned for xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 at the Eden Roc Renaissance in Miami Beach!

Hot off the press is the



xChange13Getting home from xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami, and telling your team that you got a “Douggie” might raise a few eyebrows. So it would be better if you used the official name: “The



xChange13Englebert Humperdinck sang “Please release me, let me go” in 1967. Some might say it is the anthem of xChange13, Serena’s global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami. While Mr. Humperdinck’s iconic silk shirts and



xChange13Several of you wrote after last week’s blog post and asked “what is a Product Officer?”

In January, our new CEO, Greg Hughes, asked what would be the most significant change we could make to how



xChange13Serena xChange13, global user conference from September 16-18 in Miami, is where you can meet our leadership team and ask the tough questions that have been on your



xChange13They say that if you get enough chimpanzees together and give them access to enough computers, eventually they will make a Software Change, Configuration and Release Management solution as good as ChangeMan ZMF. I am



xChange13One way or another, we are all involved in building the content of the release, getting the release ready, putting the release out there, and taking care of it when it gets there. The major theme of xChange13, Serena Software’s global user conference from September 16-18 in



xChange13“Knowing the answers doesn’t make it any easier.” – Det. Sonny Crockett, Miami Vice

Crockett and Tubbs solved major Miami crimes in about 42 minutes of air time. At xChange13,