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PowerBuilderTV Celebrates Two Years of Webinars

We’ve had great contributions from the PowerBuilder community

With a varied range of subjects from Taking PowerBuilder to the Cloud, to Adding Single Sign-On to PowerBuilder Applications, we have been working to keep the community up-to-date on PowerBuilder tips and tools. As our two year anniversary approaches, we'd like to share with you a little insight into how things are going so far.

We've had great contributions from the PowerBuilder community including some prominent community members such as Dave Fish and John Strano, among many others, and so it's no surprise that PBTV has had more than 5 000 registrations in 2011.

Over the past two years, PBTV has worked to make information on PowerBuilder more accessible to a growing and increasingly diverse audience, with broadcasts in three different languages: English, Spanish and French.

After a webinar, all the past webcasts can be found on the site's archives; in 2011, we had 7000 playbacks of our videos.

We continue to receive motivational and developmental feedback from our viewers, with the average rating for a webcast at 4.1 out of 5.

With 33 webinars in 2011, and many more to come in 2012, PowerBuilderTV is always looking for new contributions: if you have any suggestions for future topics, or are interested in participating as a presenter, contact us at [email protected].

Keep up-to-date with PBTV schedules and news by registering on our website.

More Stories By Christophe Dufourmantelle

Christophe Dufourmantelle is CEO of NOVALYS. He started as an IT consultant and has been a project leader and a sales executive in various IT French and international companies. He regularly participates in Sybase Seminars and User Group Conferences around the world.

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