Keeping your investment in dBASE CLASSIC up and running is just as important to us here at dBase, LLC as it is to you. That is why we are extending our year-end apprentice promotion to users of dBASE CLASSIC.
By naming a second individual, you will both be able to attend not one, but two of our training seminars. Our goal is to help you expand your company’s dBASE expertise and protect your investment in your dBASE applications that you depend on every day.
For any purchase of dBASE CLASSIC Bundle, made between November 1st 2012, and December 31st 2012, we will include two seats in our successful online training seminar “Working with dbDOS”. Additionally, we will include two seats to our newly introduced training seminar “Migrating your dBASE programs to dBASE PLUS 2.8”. With each purchase, you will receive two invitations to each of these classes.
“dBASE CLASSIC™ and dbDOS™ have been wonderful additions to the dBase line of products,” said Mike Rozlog, CEO of dBase. “The new dBASE CLASSIC™ Apprentice Program helps ensure companies continuity going forward with this tried and true technology. It also offers these same companies a glimpse of what can be accomplished with the latest dBASE development products by showing how easy it is to migrate those older products to the newer foundation, thus ensuring even a longer runway with the dBASE technology.”
This is a great opportunity to show one of your colleagues how to utilize dBASE in order to create powerful applications that can help your business thrive in today’s difficult economy.
There will be a single date in January 2013 with two different time options to take the “Working with dbDOS” seminar.
The date is set for January 23rd from 1:00 pm EST to 2:00 pm EST (GMT -5) or later that same day from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm EST (GMT -5). All four seminars will be presented in English.
There will be a single date in January 2013 with two different time options to take the “Migrating your dBASE programs to dBASE Plus 2.8“.
The first seminar is set for January 24th from 1:00 pm EST to 3:00 pm EST (GMT -5) or later that same day from 10:00 pm to 12:00 am EST (GMT -5). Both seminars will be presented in English.