If you are interested in a full day training session on Getting Started with OpenEdge for .NET, including use of OpenEdge Architect with the new Visual Designer, OO ABL, and the OpenEdge GUI for .NET, then read on!
The New England Progress Users Group is hosting a one day event on April 12, 2010. The workshop will be led by Mike Fechner, Managing Director of Consultingwerk Ltd., a well know and experienced user of Progress technology in general and the OpenEdge GUI for .NET in particular.
But wait, you can't travel to the Progress facility in Bedford MA to attend? Not a problem- this workshop is being hosted in the Cloud! What that means is that if you attend in person or remotely, you will connect to your own dedicated system running OpenEdge in the Amazon Cloud. You simply need an internet connection and a telephone, and you are able to participate.
This workshop is being offered at a very attractive price, both to those who attend in person and those participating from a remote location. For more information, and to register, please visit http://nepug2010spring.eventbrite.com/ .
This is an excellent opportunity to get hands on training on the OpenEdge GUI for .NET, and to also gain some experience with working in the Cloud!
Rob is a Senior Manager of OpenEdge Product Management. He has been a member of the Product Management team for 12 years, gathering user requirements and organizing product releases to meet those requirements. His primary technology focus is on the ABL language and IDE, Application Server, integration technologies, application security, mobile technology and Business Process Management (BPM).
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