We're just a couple of days away from the annual IBM Impact Conference, held this year in enchanting Las Vegas!

We excited to meet with some of the biggest and brightest companies to see what's new in the WebSphere realm, as well as talk with those of you attending  about our new MyEclipse Blue 2013 workbench!

For those of you who will be attending, please be sure to stop by Booth E-1! That's where our Genuitec Marketing team will be, showcasing the new MyEclipse 2013 and it gets your projects on the move with all new Mobile Tools powered by HTML5, JQuery and PhoneGap/Cordova technologies.

We have many exciting things to unveil as we get closer to the show floor - as a secret insider tip, I would encourage you to pay close attention to our @MyEclipseIDE  twitter feed beginning Saturday, April 27th.

If you'd like to go ahead and setup a meeting time for Impact, please email iris@genuitec.com with your requested time.

We look forward to seeing you at Impact!

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