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On October 1st, if you are a user of Progress technology and reside in the London, England area the Progress User Group (PUG) meeting was the place to be.
Forty PUG members and twenty perspective members attended the meeting to learn and hear from customers and Progress Executives. Ken Wilner, VP of Technology shared the OpenEdge roadmap which prompted a lively discussion regarding market insights and future requirements. There was a customer presentation and sessions on the Cloud, Application Modernization and SaaS.
In case you missed it the UK PUG was the winner of the Exchange Online 2009 PUG contest. As the PUG with the most Exchange registered attendees, at 44, refreshments were on Progress. No PUG meeting would be complete without prizes and networking opportunities.
New PUG meetings are always being added to Progress Communities. Don't miss the next PUG meeting in your area…there's always something new and interesting to learn!
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