In this Issue:
- Visual DataFlex Events
- Free Introductory Training
- Free Data Access Seminar
- Pervasive PSQL Summit V10 Released
- SQL Connectivity Kits
- Diary Dates
Visual DataFlex Events
Visual DataFlex Introductory Training
To complement the very successful promotion of Visual DataFlex Personal a FREE, one-day, introductory training session will take place at the Menzies Strathmore Hotel, Luton on Wednesday, 24th October, 9am to 3pm. Whilst the course is aimed primarily at programmers who are new to DataFlex, if you just want to refresh your skills this course is for you. Both Visual DataFlex and the content management system Electos will be covered. This will be a great opportunity for those new to VDF or programming to get a thorough overview of how quickly and easily applications can be written for both Windows and the Web and there will be a team from Unicorn and Data Access to show you how, and to answer all your questions. You are also invited to the join us at the Data Access Seminar taking place at the same venue the next day.
Data Access Seminar
A one-day seminar at the Menzies Strathmore Hotel, Luton on Thursday, 25th October will showcase the Data Access range of products that are due for release this Autumn. Visual DataFlex 12.1 makes building state-of-the art Windows and web applications so quick and easy with its new wizards and faster database drivers, Electos 3.1, a website Content Management System, now includes more options for building web-shops and a soon to be launched Personal Edition of the major revision of Dynamic AI v6, a low cost Business Intelligence tool. There will also be an introduction to DataSlave a Windows product that will help you to move and correct data in your Visual DataFlex applications.
A very full programme has been arranged with presentations on the advanced techniques and capabilities of Visual DataFlex, a demonstration of how to make your application more visually attractive using ’skinning’ and much more. In addition everyone attending will receive a FREE copy of Dynamic AI Personal.
We look forward to seeing you in Luton and it’s so easy to reserve your FREE place at both of these events, just register online at www.dataaccess.eu/uk or you can contact us on 0118 988 8709.
Pervasive PSQL Summit V10 Released
The new Vista-friendly, 64-bit-ready Pervasive PSQL Summit V10 is now available. It also provides the foundation for a future update which will support the next Microsoft server operating system, windows Server 2008. There has already been positive feedback about the speed and performance of this version, with enhancements using Xtreme I/O, Expanded SQL Syntax and InstallSheild for seamless deployment and migration. In addition both 32-bit and 64-bit is supported. For more information visit Pervasive.
SQL Connectivity Kits
Data Access would welcome your comments on the SQL Connectivity Kits updated Revision 5.0 beta which is now available, see What’s new in version 5.0. Try it with your existing applications and let them know by reporting your findings to the Data Connectivity newsgroup.
- DB2 CK 18.104.22.168.Beta4.EXE
Visual DataFlex Free one-day training (see above) 24th October 2007 at Menzies Strathmore Luton.
Data Access Seminar (see above) 25th October 2007 at Menzies Strathmore Luton.
The 5th Scandinavian User Conference 2007 will be held at the Radisson SAS Hotel in the medieval town of Fredrikstad, Norway, (close to the Swedish border) on 1st and 2nd November 2007. There will also be an opportunity for training in VDF and Ajax on 31st October. This event, held mainly in the English Language, will attract developers from around the world and it is an excellent opportunity to meet with some of the most experienced in the business. Our own Mike Peat will be presenting and we’ll bring you more information as soon as the schedule is announced and costs have been published.
The next European DataFlex User Conference will be held in Moscow in May 2008. This is an opportunity for you to meet, learn and share knowledge and experiences with some of the most experienced and influential DataFlex developers in Europe. In addition you will be able to take excursions to see the Kremlin and Red Square or the Space Mission Control Centre. We recommend you register early and don’t forget you will require a visa. If you visit the official EDUC 2008 website you will be able to download the visa application form and find other helpful information. So why not make a note in your diary to join us in Russia next Spring.