It is that time of year when we put in some serious airmiles to bring you all our vision on Data Connectivity and Mainframe integration futures. We are presenting both Boston, MA and Palo Alto CA over the next few weeks so don't miss your chance to hear our plans and of give your feedback...
Learn more about DataDirect's current product offerings and upcoming product enhancements at Design Previews. Designed to educate you about the future direction for DataDirect products, Design Previews are delivered via an open forum format so that your feedback can be factored into DataDirect's product plan.
DATES AND LOCATIONS
Tuesday, October 9th | Boston, MA - Westin WalthamWednesday, October 17th | Palo Alto, CA - Four Seasons - Silicon Valley
Don't miss out - register today for this free educational seminar!
Here is the letter for the Architect Tutorials:
New development platforms and emerging architectural standards are changing the way we view data - causing us to challenge long held views on data access technologies and demanding the use of new XML and service-oriented capabilities. Things are not as they used to be, and the landscape continues to evolve. Making informed choices facilitates rapid development and deployment and enhances application capability, scalability, and performance.
In this half day seminar, software architects will learn the state of the art in data access, mainframe integration, and XML query technology. We will provide the insight to navigate the complexities of data access technologies and the practical know-how to enhance application performance, flexibility and capability right away.
Thursday, October 4th | St. Louis, MO - Hilton FrontenacThursday, October 11th | Toronto, ON - Westin Harbour Castle Tuesday, October 16th | Irvine, CA - Hyatt Regency
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