bob-ASK(1)Hello there! We're getting ready for the next Genuitec MyEclipse Twitter Chat, #genuitecchat. Are you?

We are excited to answer your questions and read your comments about using MyEclipse on April 21st, 10 am New York.

We recommend you ask about MyEclipse Databases and persistance, but feel free to tweet about everything you would like to know. We want to hear from all of you!

Please send your questions over to Bob so he (and our lead MyEclipse developers) can get you the answers you’re looking for.

Get ready!

Tuesday, April 21st, 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 Apr 20th 2015