Registration Open For WebSTAR, 4D Summits

4D Inc., has announced that they are now accepting registration for the October WebSTAR and 4D Summit conferences to be held in San Diego. Both summits will address useris needs and concerns with the WebSTAR and 4D applications. According to 4D Inc.:

4D Inc., publishers of the 4th Dimension RAD/RDBMS Environment and the WebSTAR Server Suite, officially opened online registration today for both the 4D Summit and WebSTAR Summit to be held in San Diego, California October 4-8, 2000. The Summits will provide in-depth looks at both the 4th Dimension and WebSTAR product lines respectively and will offer users of both products practical, applicable knowledge to create innovative solutions for web and database needs. Full pricing structure for both conferences is available online along with a tentative conference schedule and the session topic lists.

About 4D Summit 2000:
The 4D Summit is co-sponsored this year by 4D Inc. and Automated Solutions Group of Huntington Beach, California and will be hosted at the U.S. Grant Hotel in San Diego, California. With 40 sessions devoted exclusively to 4D related topics to choose from there is sure to be something for everyone at this yearis summit. For more information regarding program structure and event location please visit the 4D Summit web site.

About WebSTAR Summit 2000:
4D Inc. will host the first annual WebSTAR Summit Conference at the U.S. Grant Hotel in San Diego, California. WebSTAR Summit 2000 will have sessions and programs highlighting technical issues concerning WebSTAR users of all levels and backgrounds presented by WebSTAR employees and members of WebSTARis Third-Party community. A bonus track will also be available to WebSTAR users interested in learning more about 4th Dimension. For more information regarding program structure and event location please visit the WebSTAR Summit site.

You can find more information at the 4D web site.

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