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wcboyd


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Posted: 08/14/2006, 6:36 AM

Or a particular Conference that YesSoftware focuses on in particular?


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wkempees


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Posted: 08/14/2006, 6:58 AM

Just out of pure interest:
What subject(s) would you be interested in?

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wcboyd


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Posted: 08/14/2006, 7:48 AM

wkempees,

Thanks for asking the question. I have basically two lines of thought about this...

1) Detailed/In-depth classes:

Best practices w/the various languages from the CCS perspective.

Perhaps "fast tracks" focused on developing with the different languages and/or databases

Detailed explanations of why CCS does what it does and how that changes or why it does not change for different languages.

Anyone else have any other thoughts?

2) Since CCS already makes use of a variety of different technologies that already have conferences maybe it would be in their best interest to go to some of these (Zend/PHP, MySQL, etc) and make the case for their tool.

They may already do this and I just don't know it. I have not been in the conference circles for a few years, but I am hoping to return starting 2007. I am sure conferences have not escaped YesSoftware's marketing folks. And I was just wondering if they attended any and if so which ones? And do they teach any sessions?
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wkempees


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Posted: 08/14/2006, 7:52 AM

Thanks for elaborating, no we wait for an official answer.

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Posted: 08/15/2006, 11:27 AM

AFAIK, YesSoftware attended couple Software Development Conferences in the past (in San Jose), but I'm not aware of similar plans for the near future. I'll check and get back :-)
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wcboyd


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Posted: 08/31/2006, 12:20 PM

Thanks Peter.
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peterr


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Posted: 09/01/2006, 12:47 PM

Looks like currently no user conference is planned, although ths topic is being discussed ocassionally.
As for industry conferences, YesSoftware have been exhibitting at couple SDEXPO software development conferences in California a few years back, while currently we're regularly exhibitting only at CeBIT in Germany.
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