Join the IIUG, IBM and the Informix community as we return to beautiful Southern California at the San Diego Mission Valley Marriott for IIUG 2013, the largest Informix gathering in the world.
Registration includes a full conference pass from April 22 - 24 (Monday - Wednesday) including continental breakfast and lunch each day, the Sunday evening reception and admittance to the Conference party on Monday evening April 22 and Tuesday April 23. The event will officially start on Sunday evening April 21 with a welcome reception in the exhibit hall and conclude on Wednesday April 24 at approximately 5:00 pm.
Optional post conference tutorials are INCLUDED for Thursday April 25, 2013 to paid attendees.
We look forward to seeing our old friends and making new ones in April. Don't forget to like IIUG2013 on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to receive the latest news and announcements about this year's conference.
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As enthusiastic Informix specialists and advocates, we have built a strong Informix & Genero practice. We have served large organizations across several industries over the last 12 years in the Americas and Europe.
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