Everyone, myself included, likes to have an idea of what's coming in order to plan ahead more effectively. For example, if you knew that Apple was about to release a redesign to the iPhone in the next month, you might hold off on buying one until it's been released. Software professionals are no different - if you know what's coming in the key software components that your application stack uses, you can plan your project development and release schedules to make sure you can take advantage of a critical new feature.
Fall is typically a time when we see a lot of our customers in the midst of major project development and release cycles since this follows the busy summer vacation season for those of us in the northern hemisphere. To make it easier for organizations to plan for the Fall, Progress DataDirect is offering a "sneak peek" of what is coming in our Fall releases.
Whether you're planning a new software product launch, rolling out a new organization-wide business intelligence stack, or simply curious about how the upcoming releases of our products can increase the performance of your critical applications, register now for this webinar to get an exclusive preview of the upcoming releases of the world's best ODBC, JDBC and ADO.NET drivers and providers from Progress DataDirect.
Title: A Sneak Peek At Progress DataDirect
Date: Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Time: 11:00 a.m. New York / 10:00 a.m. Chicago / 8:00 a.m. San Francisco
WebEx registration URL: https://progress.webex.com/progress/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=713588897
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