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So it seems like it's been every two years that a SQL Anywhere tech summit was held up in Waterloo. I looked at the SQL Anywhere sessions at TechEd this year, and I believe I had only found one session. And it was in conjunction with another product.

Any possibility that you guys are looking into doing another Tech Summit sometime soon?

Jeff Gibson
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Nashville, TN

asked 07 Oct '16, 13:45

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I would be interested in this as well. Thanks Jeff.

(09 Oct '16, 13:56) Siger Matt
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I'm sure I'd find a reason to be in Canada!

(10 Oct '16, 10:07) Justin Willey
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Ah, I thought the original Waterloo/Belgium, somewhat easier to approach for me:)

(10 Oct '16, 10:10) Volker Barth
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I wouldn't object to Waterloo in London (UK) either.

(10 Oct '16, 12:47) Justin Willey
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So that's what they call "The thread is drifting away"?

(10 Oct '16, 14:27) Volker Barth
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My vote is for Waterloo in Saint Vincent.

(12 Oct '16, 07:17) Breck Carter
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I'll go to the North Pole if that's where it ends up, but if we're voting mine is for a former Waterloo - Austin, TX (USA). BBQ dinners for all.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterloo,_Texas

(12 Oct '16, 10:29) Siger Matt
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