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January 2012 Newsletter

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Table of Contents:

1.    SUG-TX January Meeting
2.    Future SUG-TX Meetings
3.    Join the SUG-TX LinkedIn Group
4.    Staying connected with PowerBuilder
5.    Sybase Sets State for Data Management Growth in 2012
6.    International Sybase User Group Events
7.    Sybase Events
8.    OpenSolaris / Houston User Group for Sun (HUGS) Meeting
9.    Sybase Training Schedule (Jan)

1)  SUG-TX January Meeting

Happy New Years to everyone!  The Sybase Users’ Group of Texas will have a January planning meeting on January 24th, Tuesday, at 5pm Brix Wine Bar located at 110 Vintage Park Blvd  in Houston, TX 77070! Plan to attend a SUG-TX meeting in 2012 and network with other Sybase users in Houston.

2)  Future SUG-TX Meetings

Mark your calendar for future topics for SUG-TX Meetings:

February 28:                  Monthly Meeting
March 27:                      Monthly Meeting

Send suggestions to  Let us know if you are interested in being on the SUG-TX Board next year.

Topics for future meetings are subject to change based on speaker availability and scheduling.  Watch the newsletter for details for each meeting.  SUG-TX usually meets on the 4th Tuesday so add a recurring appointment on your calendar.

3)  Join the SUG-TX LinkedIn Group

The Sybase Users’ Group of Texas has a group in LinkedIn.  If you wish to join, submit a request.  You can find the group by searching for “Sybase Texas” in the groups directory.  Contact if you have any questions.

4)  Staying connected with PowerBuilder

Sue Dunnell, Product Manager for PowerBuilder, blogs about goings on in the PB community on the ISUG website.  Add  PowerBuilder Product Manager’s Corner to your favorites.

Did you know that there is a Facebook page for Powerbuilder users? It’s at (

Also join the Twitter (@GOPowerBuilder) to stay in touch and know the latest.

5)  Sybase Sets Stage for Data Management Growth in 2012

The first calendar year following SAP’s acquisition of Sybase is coming to a close. David Jonker, director, product marketing – Data Management & Analytics, Sybase, discusses key product integrations, IT trends that loom large in Sybase’s data management strategies, and the emergence of what Sybase describes as DW 2.0. 2011 has been “a foundational year,” with effort focused on making Sybase technologies work with SAP and setting the stage for 2012, says Jonker. “We believe 2012 is going to be a big year for us on the database side.”

For the full story, visit—an-Interview-with-David-Jonker-79534.aspx

6)  International Sybase User Group Events

The International Sybase User Group (ISUG) sponsors events for Special Interests Groups (SIGs), Virtual User Groups, and members.  Sign up for ISUG Membership for as little as $30 for a SUG-TX group basic membership and get access to events and online material.  For more details, visit:

7)  Sybase Events

Sybase Seminars, Conferences, Webcasts, Tradeshows, Sports events — whichever way you want to get information from Sybase, they deliver!  Check out future events at:

If you’d like to give feedback on what types of events you think Sybase should offer please email them at

8)  OpenSolaris / Houston User Group for Sun (HUGS) Meeting

The OpenSolaris / Houston User Group for Sun meets on the second Tuesday of every month.  The next meeting will be on February 14th.

Web Site:
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9)  Sybase Training Schedule (Dec)

Sybase Dallas Learning Center
14800 Quorum Drive, Suite 505
Dallas, Texas 75240
Contact:  972-687-6400
Register: 1 800-8-SYBASE

No 2012 classes scheduled at this time.

Please verify class availability with Sybase registration or

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Do you have suggestions for our group? Would you like to present your Sybase solutions to the Sybase Users’ Group of Texas? The group is always looking for compelling presentations for our monthly meetings. Let us hear them!
Please forward this newsletter to anyone interested in learning more about Sybase products. To be added to or removed from the SUG-TX mailing list, subscribe to the mailing list at the SUG-TX Community on the website. Contact if you have any questions.

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