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Jul 27 2008   12:46PM GMT

COMMON – Direction 2008

David Vasta David Vasta Profile: David Vasta

COMMON’s newest conference offering, COMMON Directions 2008 will be held in Dallas, Texas on September 25 and 26, 2008 at the Radisson Hotel Central Dallas.  The two days will be packed with leading education in a wide range of topics, and presented by some of the most recognized speakers in the industry.

COMMON Directions 2008 will feature 50 educational sessions in a variety of leading-edge topics, including:

  • Application Development
  • Client Connectivity
  • Collaboration
  • DB2
  • High Availability
  • Managing System i Environment
  • Networking
  • PHP & MySQL
  • RPG
  • Security
  • Web Applications

View a complete list of sessions that will be offered at: http://www.common.org/conferences/2008/directions/education.html

COMMON Directions 2008 will feature a tabletop-style exhibition area for a limited number of exhibitors.  It will provide attendees opportunities to view and get hands-on demonstration on the latest IBM i-related solutions available to them by some of the leading solution providers in the industry.

This new educational conference promises to be a two-day version of all that you have come to expect from a traditional COMMON conference. If you are in need of leading-edge IBM i-related education and looking for a quick two-day conference, then the new COMMON Directions 2008 conference may be just what you need.

It is an educational opportunity that you don’t want to miss.  Learn more and register today at www.common.org/directions.

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