iAnywhere Offers Free Best Practices: The Power of Expert Knowledge Workshops

2/20/2003 - iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), unveiled a new series of technical seminars, designed to offer insight and advice to help mobile and remote enterprise application developers bring their solutions to market faster. Branded as “Best Practices: The Power of Expert Knowledge”, workshops in this series are taught by iAnywhere Solutions implementation experts and leverage their expertise gained from architecting thousands of development projects. Upcoming free workshops highlight synchronization strategies and cross-platform mobile application development.

Synchronization Best Practices Workshops
This free full-day technical workshop provides expert advice for designing and developing synchronization-based enterprise applications for mobile, embedded and workgroup environments. Solution architects from iAnywhere Solutions will highlight synchronization strategies for a range of backend database systems including Sybase, Oracle, Microsoft and IBM. Participants will gain hands-on experience working with real-life scenarios as part of the workshop.


Developing Cross-Platform Mobile Applications Best Practices Seminars
iAnywhere Solutions and AppForge join forces to offer this free half-day seminar, providing insight into cross-platform mobile and wireless enterprise application development. Industry experts will discuss the unique challenges of the mobile environment such as limited memory, bandwidth, availability and screen space – providing developers with the information they need to avoid common pitfalls and jump start their enterprise projects.


People who are interested in attending the seminars can register at www.ianywhere.com/expertknowledge or call 1-800-801-2069.

iAnywhere and iAnywhere Solutions are trademarks, registered trademarks or servicemarks of Sybase, Inc. or its subsidiaries.

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