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With Exchange being less than 10 weeks away, I thought now would be a great time to give you an update on our planning, and to share some of the excitement about things that you can expect to see.
As a participant...
I was flying from Montreal to Boston yesterday and we had a flight delay. Not that unusual, but I did what I always do when that happens - I went to the FAA's website to see what was happening.
I was expecting to see the FAA say it was a weather or volume problem. But, what I saw...
I met with some of the members of the New England PUG (Progress User Group) today. We talked about several things and asked them many questions. Among those questions were these: 1) Are you using OpenEdge Architect today? 2) If not, why...
Forrester calls us SOA and Web Services Management. I like Forrester, they ranked us quite well.
I was re-listening to a David Linthicum EBizQ...
With the OpenEdge Advanced GUI right around the corner (well, coming soon anyway), I thought that it was appropriate to start a discussion on one of those four application pillars - Features. As you may recall, I defined features as those characteristics of the software that aid in usability...
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