It’s here! We’ve just announced the 2011 dates of our annual customer event - the Design Previews. It’s been a few years since we’ve done this, so we’ve plenty of topics to cover, given how much the data access world has changed. The entire spectrum of ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET has broadened significantly of the past few years – Cloud, Virtualization, Platform and Data as a Service are now mainstream topics across our customer base adding to our traditional core Oracle, SQLServer, DB2 and Sybase.
For those who aren’t familiar, the Design Previews are an opportunity for us to sit down with you, loyal customers and those interested in the industry, to talk about the challenges you face each and every day and also to give you our take on the latest and greatest technologies in the data access arena.
We’ve got a great lineup for this year’s events including insight into our vision for the Progress Connect product line from our SVP Product, John Goodson, Jesse Davis, Director R&D, and myself, Jonathan Bruce, Senior PM for Connect. We’ll also be joined by members of our technical staff, including our Chief Architect, Mark Biamonte and Director of Development, Mike Johnson – who will be on hand for 1:1 discussions.
Hope to see you all there!
Dates & Locations:
Visit the 2011 Design Previews site for details and registration information
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