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PASS Summit 2004 - Another Look


PASS Summit 2004 - Another Look

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James,

thx for the props and glad I had a chance to meet you. PASS was a good time. We got some good product feedback and interest lots of interest in Log, Diff and Edit.

I was suprised by how few people had heard of ApexSQL - i guess i need more banners! but those that did seemed to be happy customers.

Brian Kelly is working on ApexSQL Edit review I believe and indicated he was close to being finished.

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James,

HP's keynote would only have been a big commercial if we were actually selling the tool.

What you failed to miss was that we were trying to show people that with a little common sense and standards you can write a very simple tool to deploy and manage your environmnet.

Unfortunately you didn't get it. Lots of others did.

Regards

Sean


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But again this was only my opinion. Everyone else is entitled to ignore my opinion and you are more than helpfull by posting here your opposition to my opinion. I got that point by the way and appreciate you brigning your point here, I just stated the feeling I got. Remember commercials do not always say what they are selling, sometimes it is just infered based on presentation.

Thank You





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