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I met with some of the members of the New England PUG (Progress User Group) today. We talked about several things and asked them many questions. Among those questions were these: 1) Are you using OpenEdge Architect today? 2) If not, why...
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PSDN has become quite a success. The traffic is continuous (kind of like Boston highways) and the site contains lots of useful information. The forums are mainly active, although there are a few that could use a little more activity.
But a few of us in Progress felt like we were...
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