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Sybase Techwave

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-07-01 23:25:09.0Z
"Jim Diaz" <<NOSPAM>jimdiaz Posted on 2003-06-30 21:51:13.0Z
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The upcomming Techwave seems light on ASA presentations. A search by product
focus ( selecting ASA returns
only 10 classes this can't be true can it?

Breck Carter [TeamSybase] Posted on 2003-07-01 10:59:38.0Z
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That's 10 afternoon sessions in the "SQL Anywhere Studio" track. As
far as I can tell, 8 of the 10 are brand-new content, one is
(probably) heavily revised, and only one is (possibly) a repeat. Be
sure to attend all of Mr. Paulley's presentations.

There are also 7 afternoon sessions in the "m-Business Anywhere"
track, some of which actually look interesting <g>, most of which are

And there are some morning sessions. The "search" facility sure
doesn't make it easy to find everything, it would be if it was set up
to be searched via Google.


On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 17:51:13 -0400, "Jim Diaz"

<<NOSPAM>> wrote:

>The upcomming Techwave seems light on ASA presentations. A search by product
>focus ( selecting ASA returns
>only 10 classes this can't be true can it?
Mobile and Distributed Enterprise Database Applications

Glenn Paulley Posted on 2003-07-01 23:25:09.0Z
Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2003 19:25:09 -0400
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In addition there are a number of iAnywhere courses being offered during
the mornings at Techwave, some over 2 days:

AM26 - ASA Fundamentals (Mike Paola)
AM35 - ASA Internals: Performance and Tuning (Glenn Paulley)
AM27 - Building Handheld Applications using Ultralite (Alex Reif)
AM36 - Synchronizing Data Using Mobilink (Reg Domaratzki)
AM37 - Manage Anywhere Administration (Rob Waywell)


Jim Diaz < wrote:
> The upcomming Techwave seems light on ASA presentations. A search by product
> focus ( selecting ASA returns
> only 10 classes this can't be true can it?

Glenn Paulley
Research and Development Manager, Query Processing
iAnywhere Solutions Engineering

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