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FREE Seminar: Building High-Performance Client/Server Solutions with Delphi

You are invited to see how you can break through the client/server
performance barrier, and reach new levels of performance, scalability and
rapid application development -- just like COMPAQ, Sara Lee, Union Bank,
Standard & Poor's, and many other companies are already enjoying.

Borland invites you to a complimentary half-day event:

Building High-Performance Client/Server Solutions with Delphi The Next
Generation Technology Seminar

For your convenience you may attend a morning session starting at 8:30 am
or an afternoon session starting at 1:00 pm.  Registration begins half an
hour before each program and refreshments will be available.

What will be covered:

You will find out why developers are hailing Delphi -- the cornerstone of
Borland's RADical performance Windows development technology for
client/server, and winner of "Best of LAN Times", PC Week Labs "Analyst's
Choice", and BYTE magazine's prestigious "Best of COMDEX" awards.  See how
you can use Delphi's open architecture to connect to databases such as
Oracle, Sybase, Informix, MS SQL Server, and InterBase.

You will also learn about InterBase, Borland's scalable SQL Server for NT,
NLM, Sun HP-UX, and other popular UNIX platforms.  InterBase offers
superior performance with its multi-threaded server and unique versioning
engine that ensures high data availability for concurrent transaction
processing and decision-support.

Additionally, one free copy of Delphi and InterBase for Windows NT will be
awarded at each seminar.  All attendees will also receive a complimentary
White Paper and see a sneak preview of the much anticipated Delphi32 for
Windows 95 and Windows NT.

Register now for this essential event:

Invitations to the seminar are limited to senior development managers,
project leaders, developers and their guests.  You should attend if you are
considering PowerBuilder, SQLWindows or Visual Basic--or if you have
already hit the limits of these application development tools.

In order to be guaranteed a place for this FREE seminar, call
1-800-395-6620 today!

Sincerely,

Paul H. Gross
Vice President

P.S.  In three fast-paced hours, you'll get the answers you need about
developing and deploying high-performance client/server applications.  To
register for the FREE seminar and see Borland's breakthrough Delphi
technology, please call 1-800-395-6620 today.

Columbus, OH            Hyatt Regency                   Nov. 13, 1995
Boston, MA              Swissotel Boston                Nov. 13, 1995
New York, NY            NY Marriott Marquis             Nov. 14, 1995
Chicago, IL             Chicago O'Hare Marriott         Nov. 14, 1995
Washington, D.C.        JW Marriott Hotel               Nov. 15, 1995
Houston, TX             Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza        Nov. 16, 1995
Dallas, TX              The Westin Hotel                Nov. 17, 1995
Atlanta, GA             Hotel Nikko-Buckhead            Nov. 17, 1995
Orlando, FL             Orlando Marriott                Nov. 20, 1995
Philadelphia, PA        Airport Marriott                Nov. 20, 1995
Denver, CO              Denver Marriott Southeast       Nov. 28, 1995
Los Angeles, CA         LA Airport Marriott             Nov. 30, 1995
San Francisco, CA       SF Marriott Hotel               Dec.    5, 1995

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Steve Koterski
Product Group Manager
Delphi Technical Support
Borland International, Inc.

 

Re:FREE Seminar: Building High-Performance Client/Server Solutions with Delphi


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>P.S.  In three fast-paced hours, you'll get the answers you need about
>developing and deploying high-performance client/server applications.  
To
>register for the FREE seminar and see Borland's breakthrough Delphi
>technology, please call 1-800-395-6620 today.

<snip>

Steve,
Any chance of an event like this in Australia (or anywhere else in the
world(I can't be too parochial)) ???

Kim

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