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Thursday, July 7, 2011

PBTV July, 2011

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Upcoming webinars on PowerBuilderTV!

Wednesday July 13th
at 10:00am EST (New York) / 16:00 CET (Paris)

How to make your application multilingual with Enable 3.5
In this webinar, you will see how to upgrade your applications to a multilingual interface with just a few, simple changes to your code. Enable 3.5 allows you to translate the application and adapt the User Interface in runtime.
Presenter: Gian Luca De Bonis

Tuesday July 19th
at 11:00am EST (New York) / 17:00 CET (Paris)

Analyze PowerBuilder and Stored Procedures Code

Manage the evolution of your applications: save time and avoid costly mistakes.
We’ll show you a tool for code exploration, impact analysis, source code documentation, code review and dead code detection.

You’ll see how to:          
    * Perform Impact Analysis across your entire application
    * Browse cross-references in PowerBuilder, Stored Procedures and DBMS code
    * Generate complete documentation for your code in a few minutes

Presenter: Christophe Dufourmantelle

Tuesday July 26th
at 12:00pm EST (New York) / 18:00 CET (Paris)

It's Not All About .NET

PowerBuilder has been evolving over the last several releases to more comprehensively support .NET, but what if you don't have any plans to go to .NET or the effort to migrate your application from Win32 just can't be justified? Well Sybase hasn't forgotten about you Win32 developers and in this session Dave Fish will show you the PowerBuilder Classic enhancements to be found in PowerBuilder 12.5.
See how you can modernize the look and feel of your Win32 applications without having to migrate to .NET! You'll also learn how you can incorporate .NET code into your Win32 applications so that you can achieve the best of both worlds. Finally, Dave will talk about additional Win32 enhancements being planned for PowerBuilder 15.

Presenter: Dave Fish

Note: PBTV is taking a break in August to gear up for Techwave, but will be back in September 2011 with a whole new set of exciting sessions.

Don't forget to check out the archive of past webinars!

Enjoy ... Chris

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