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Chris Date speaking in Edinburgh, October 24th

From: Robson, Peter <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 02:04:38 -0800
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As some of you will have read, I asked Jared if he would mind if I posted the following. His response was positive and enthusiastic - so at last here it is. Yes I know I cannot lay on transatlantic jets for all you US readers, but for those folk in the UK, perhaps this may be of interest.

Contact details etc can be found in the web site referenced. Otherwise email me.


Chris Date will give three lectures during a 1-day meeting in Edinburgh on Friday 24th October, 2003. You can find out more about the subjects he will be addressing by visiting the site , at which details for registration are included (pre-registration is essential).

Chris will be talking on current database trends, where he will argue that a lot of conventional database wisdom is - to say the least - open to debate.

Come and have your database assumptions challenged at this special presentation by one of the best known thinkers and writers in the database field.

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