Mark your calendars and head on over to the Exchange Online 2009 site to register. Exchange Online promises to be a very exciting, engaging, and interactive event that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home or office. With 36 sessions spread across 6 different tracks, there promises to be something for everyone.
There will be plenty of sessions on SaaS, and integration, and UI flexibility, and operational excellence, and productivity, and best practices covering everything from the OpenEdge GUI for .NET to the latest Sonic capabilities, to newest capabilities in the ABL and the database, to how to build an application for SaaS.
And these sessions, won’t be presented just by Progress employees. There are plenty of customer success stories, so you can hear 1st hand, how OpenEdge and other Progress products are being used to provide real business value.
Now we know that one of the things that Exchange attendees really like about Exchange, is the ability to network with other members of the Progress community, to share ideas and approaches to solving real problems, and just because this is an online event doesn’t mean no networking.
One of the key features of this event will be the ability to network and chat with other attendees through scheduled chat sessions on specific topics as well as adhoc chat sessions that you can set up with other attendees to the conference.
So head on over to the Exchange Online 2009 site, and register, and check back often so you have the latest information about what is certain to be one very compelling event.
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