This Q&A has turned into a home for various old Techwave presentations after unzipping them so they can be indexed by Google.


This question-and-answer is a prototype Google-searchable "home" for the Techwave 2009 presentations, which are currently buried within a single ZIP file found here...

Techwave archives

... TechWave 2009 Presentations

... SQL Anywhere Education Seminar

asked 24 Apr '12, 09:31

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FWIW: The Techwave material seems to require a MySybase login, the Education Seminar not.

(24 Apr '12, 10:13) Volker Barth

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answered 24 Apr '12, 09:33

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edited 26 Apr '12, 10:57

And now we are waiting for backlinks to all this great hidden stuff you have digged out and blogged about...

Or should we just link to your great search facility?

(24 Apr '12, 09:38) Volker Barth

Yes, on both counts. In this particular case, it is a rather laborious task, one which will NOT be repeated for earlier Techwaves. In other words, if earlier Techwave articles are already stored as separate Google-searchable articles then yes, I will put them in the Google Custom Search Engine.

But, if earlier Techwave articles have been hidden inside giant non-searchable ZIP files then no, I will not make the effort.

(sometimes I wonder, have the folks at Sybase ever heard of "Google"? :)

(24 Apr '12, 09:49) Breck Carter
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(sometimes I wonder, have the folks at Sybase ever heard of "Google"? :)

Sure. For real "stealth information", do use:

<html>
<head>
<title>...</title>
<meta name="ROBOTS" content="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">
</head>


Well, seriously, this forum, DCX and some other resources are great (and I am really thankful!). Other resources, well, not so.

(24 Apr '12, 10:01) Volker Barth
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