Archive for September 2011

PBTV: Taking PowerBuilder to the Cloud (with Microsoft Azure)

Tuesday October 4th 2011 at 12:00pm EST (New York) / 18:00 CET (Paris) Taking PowerBuilder to the Cloud (with Microsoft Azure) Accenture Case Study If you missed it at TechWave, now’s your chance to see how Accenture took their PB application to the cloud. We’ll show you the important lessons and some pitfalls we discovered [...]

PowerBuilder MVP at Silicon Valley codecamp_11

What do you get when you mix some PowerBuilder MVP, some college environment, some northern California, and a whole lot o’ developer grey/gray matter?…you get Yakov Werde at Silicon Valley codecamp_11! Yakov will be presenting his session, “PowerBuilder, The real ‘Cat with 9 Lives!’” http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Sessions.aspx?sessionid=822 What is SV Code Camp? From http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/ “Code Camp is [...]

Ronnie Po Places 2nd at SAP DemoJam!!!

Ronnie Po brought down the house last night by placing 2nd in a field of more than a hundred contestants last night during the DemoJam application competition at SAP TechEd. With only 6 minutes on the clock Ronnie, of Morpheon Corporation, demonstrated “ChartBase Image Maps: The Diagnosis Is In”. This solution used PowerBuilder DataWindow technology [...]

PowerBuilder is Finalist for SAP DEMO JAM

Want to show your support for PowerBuilder at the ultimate SAP Competition?  This year, as you know, Sybase’s TechWave is being held in conjunction with SAP’s TechEd Conference. Withi the TechEd Conference, the SAP Developer Network (SDN) is hosting the eighth annual Demo Jam. Demo Jam features selected teams of SAP customers, partners and employees [...]

PowerBuilder Draws Full House in Vegas at TechWave

Yesterday, 33 attendees (only two seats left!) joined instructor Dave Fish who led the first of a two-day preconference course “PowerBuilder 12.5 Boot Camp”. Students were able to get their hands on PowerBuilder .NET to build WPF applications with a rich UX, WCF Web Services and deploy PowerBuilder components for use by non-PowerBuilder .NET developers. [...]