bob-DEBUGHello Developers!

Hey have you heard about Genuitec Twitter chat? No?! Shame on you!

This twitter chat is an awesome way to talk and ask about our products directly with our product managers! So if you have any questions, compliments or just want to ask what’s next for our products like GapDebug, MyEclipse, SDC or Webclipse, hit us with your questions and stay tuned on twitter following #GenuitecChat and ask live!

Next week will be time to highlight GapDebug and we hope to read your tweets on August 25th.

Tuesday, August 25th, 10am NY
Participate and Follow Along Using: #GenuitecChat
Tweet questions in advance to @genuitec or email info@genuitec.com

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Posted on Aug 21st 2015