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live chat on associative model databases (starts 11:00 ET today)

From: Ned Lilly <ned(at)greatbridge(dot)com>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org, pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: live chat on associative model databases (starts 11:00 ET today)
Date: 2000-11-03 15:07:39
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Got this in my inbox today - might be of interest to some in this 
group.  I don't know anything about them- forwarding it as interesting 
info only.  Note:  It starts in about an hour!


Join us at TODAY, Friday, November 3rd at 11:00 
Eastern (16:00 GMT) for a Live Expert Q&A with Simon Williams, CEO of 
Lazy Software.  Mr. Williams will answer your questions in real-time on 
the following topic: "The Associative Model: An Alternative to 
Relational Databases".

Log on at:,281918,,00.html

The Associative Model is the first new database architecture since the 
advent of object technology in the 1980's. Mr. Williams will discuss how 
this new technology overcomes the limitations of the relational and 
object models.

Simon Williams founded Lazy Software in 1998 to pioneer the Associative 
Model of Data. Previously he was founder and chief executive of Synon 
Corporation, the foremost supplier of application development tools for 
IBM's AS/400 platform.

Ned Lilly                     e: ned(at)greatbridge(dot)com
Vice President                w:
Evangelism / Hacker Relations        v: 757.233.5523
Great Bridge, LLC                    f: 757.233.5555

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