Mission and Objectives
The User Group is dedicated to
  • Furthering the use and understanding of PowerBuilder and other Sybase products.
  • Exchange information, problems, ideas, experiences, resources and questions related to the use of PowerBuilder and Sybase products. This will be facilitated through addressing specific problems of Switzerland, building a network of contacts, coordinating activities, creating a lobby of Swiss PB and Sybase product users and, not least, through the user group meetings.
  • Influence the direction of development activities for Sybase products.
  • Negotiate special deals with vendors.
 
Upcomming Events
NextMeeting is Wednesday, November 15th 2017, Hotel Novotel Zurich City-West, Schiffbaustrasse 13, CH-8005 Zurich
Agenda
Register for the meeting at Upcoming Event no later than November 8th
09:00-09:15Welcome
09:15-10:45Armeen Mazda
Changes Made by Appeon
Details of next PB release - version 2017 R2
PB direction/roadmap
Q&A and your expectations to the next PB version
10:45-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:20Armeen Mazda / Bruce Armstrong
Demo of PB 2017 R2 and PB 2018 key features
11:20-12:00Bruce Armstrong
Migrating to PowerBuilder 2017
12:00-13:30Lunch*)
13:30-14:15Bruce Armstrong
Continuous Integration with PowerBuilder
14:15-14:30Coffee Break
14:30-15:15Bruce Armstrong
Migrating PowerBuilder Desktop Apps to 64-bit
15:15-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-16:15Michael Kramer
PowerBuilder Ultimate Suite demo
16:15-16:20Short Refreshment Break
16:15-16:20SPBUG General Assembly
financial results
member status
the past and the coming year
re-/election of steering committee members treasurer and auditors
16:20-16:50Evaluation forms, prize drawing and end of meeting
*) SPBUG will be paying the lunch at the meeting.
 
Steering Committee Members
PresidentPreben Hansen
Vice PresidentDamian Dominiuk
SecretaryNuno Madeira
TreasurerPreben Hansen
 
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