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He mentioned another webcast that sounded like it was scheduled for Wed. 3/13 that was supposed to be about replication technologies. Does anybody have a link to register for that which they'd be willing to share?

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answered 11 Mar '13, 11:04

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(11 Mar '13, 11:14) Volker Barth

Thank you! I just got into SCN myself, thanks to the "official noficiation" thread. I really appreciate the roadmap from those who have figured it out already!

(11 Mar '13, 11:26) carolstone

FWIW, Jason has also made the presentation slides available here (i.e. on SCN):

SQL Anywhere 16 New Features Presentation Slides

I've watched the very interesting WebEx webcast, and I think the slides are very helpful as an addition - because during the webcast, Jason has necessarily skipped over some of them, and sometimes I was to slow to read them in time, so here you can take a closer (or "slower") look...

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edited 17 Mar '13, 13:05

FWIW, here is the link for the webcast by Tom Slee

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answered 22 Mar '13, 10:11

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@Breck: May we assume you will add these to your great document collection..., plz?

(22 Mar '13, 10:12) Volker Barth
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@Volker: I am afraid to touch it, because I think a lot of items have moved... and worse yet, are now out of reach of Google search.

(22 Mar '13, 10:28) Breck Carter
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