Thursday November 3rd 2011
According to Forrester, the global market for cloud computing will increase six-fold to $240 billion by the end of the decade. In this session, we'll discuss the core components and attributes of a cloud solution - focusing on Microsoft Windows Azure - and investigate the advantages of and opportunities for adapting existing PowerBuilder applications (and building new ones) to work in a cloud environment. We'll specifically take a look at how to host PowerBuilder Web services in the cloud as well as how to leverage cloud services - including SQL Azure - from an application built to run in-house. After a combination of slides, demos, and discussion you'll leave with a better understanding of how you as a PowerBuilder developer and architect can stake your claim in the cloud.
Presenter: Jim O'Neil
Thursday October 20th 2011
PowerBuilder 12.5 continues to build on the exciting new features introduced in PowerBuilder 12. This session will provide an overview and demonstration of many of the new features found in the PowerBuilder .NET IDE such as the advanced property grid, batch build command option, how PowerBuilder .NET supports multi-threading, debugging enhancements, split assembly deployment and more.
Presenter: Dave Fish
Thursday October 13th 2011
The capital architect program is a tool to calculate a financial planning for weathy individuals. A formerly rather dull Excel program has been converted to an attractive professional tool, available anywhere anytime, on almost any platform. (Android, iOS, Mac OS, Windows and more...). How did we achieve this? PowerBuilder.NET!
The result is a tool able to simulate and analyze certain financial situations on a "what if" basis. Users can create a projection of their financial situation in any given year, taking into account parameters including interest rates and real estate. This session will show you how this mobility solution was achieved using PowerBuilder.NET, MS Expression Blend and Cloud.
Presenter: Dimitri Joosten and Peter Loozen
This webcast is presented in Spanish
6 de septiembre 2011
Presentador: Oscar Tobar
Date: September 20, 2011
A post-TechWave webcast: If you couldn't make it to TechWave, or want to go back already, we have a session just for you!
Join us for a recap of what was covered in the plenary session, when John Strano and guests will share what's coming up for PowerBuilder.
Presenter: John Strano, Sue Dunnell, Dave Fish, Dimitri Joosten, Armeen Mazda
Tuesday July 26th 2011
PowerBuilder has been evolving over the last several releases to more comprehensively support .NET, but what if you don't have any plans to go to .NET or the effort to migrate your application from Win32 just can't be justified? Well Sybase hasn't forgotten about you Win32 developers and in this session Dave Fish will show you the PowerBuilder Classic enhancements to be found in PowerBuilder 12.5. See how you can modernize the look and feel of your Win32 applications without having to migrate to .NET! You'll also learn how you can incorporate .NET code into your Win32 applications so that you can achieve the best of both worlds. Finally, Dave will talk about additional Win32 enhancements being planned for PowerBuilder 15.
Presenter: Dave Fish
Using the New .NET Project Partitioning Feature
Date: April 5 2011
The March 12.1 PowerBuilder EBF contains a new tool and technology that enables you to overcome deployment issues that might impede .NET migration. You might even be able to organize your code in a way that enables you to restore RAD development to its rightful position in PowerBuilder.NET deployment.
Yakov Werde, member of TeamSybase and a PowerBuilder MVP will walk you though the ins and outs of the new partitioning feature "by-example". He'll demonstrate the proper use of the new tool that allows you to configure your deployment architecture. He'll also show you how to work around issues that might surface during partitioning. He'll explain how to determine inter-assembly dependencies, determine if any circular dependencies exist, reorganize your code object storage scheme to eliminate them, and determine where you will store your global types
Presenter: Yakov Werde
March 15, 2011
Do you want to bring your legacy PowerBuilder applications up to date?
In this webinar we’ll show you solutions to simply and effectively add innovative features, such as deploying your application on the web, renovating the user interface, reusing Windows Accounts, providing multilingual features, and more…
You’ll come away ready to give your applications a facelift!
Presenter: Christophe Dufourmantelle
March 8, 2010
Orginially broadcast December 2 2010
Companies rarely work with applications in a single technology. But securing each application with a different system means a lot of repetitive user administration. See how a single access control system can secure all your applications
Visit the Visual Guard website