Exchange Online 2009 has come, but it’s not gone. With over 2,000 participants from every continent
around the world attending 36 sessions on diverse topics such as:
Introducing OpenEdge GUI for .NET,
Serializing ProDataSets to JSON,
Introducing OpenEdge Explorer, and
Transparent Data Encryption,
the event was a resounding success!!
In addition, the live Q&A that was held for each session,
and networking forums where attendees could “chat” with OpenEdge developers,
architects and engineers, as well as the leaders of several Progress User
Groups (PUGs), while maybe not exactly the same as meeting someone face-to-face
gave that personal touch to this online event.
Did you miss a session that you really wanted to hear? Is there one that was so full of information
that you just have to hear it again? Is
there a session that a co-worker of yours really should have listened to? Did you miss the event all together? Regardless of your reason for still wanting
to see a particular session you still can, because all the sessions are still
available on-demand on the Exchange Online 2009 site until December 17th.
And don’t forget if you have a question on any session,
Progress Communities is the place to ask your question. We’ve set up a separate forum for each
session, so that you can be sure you question is answered in a timely fashion.
Lastly, don’t forget to check out the Resource Center when
you are on the Exchange Online 2009 site.
This is where you can download the slides and related materials for all
sessions, as well as find other Progress product related materials.
P.S. O.K. You caught me.
There was no one from Antarctica.
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