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Mike Lonski's presentation from PUG Challenge Exchange 2017.  This includes, "The Progress Index - Not only how they work but why and when".

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Mike Lonski's presentation from PUG Challenge Americas 2016.  This includes, "Proper Care and Feeding of an Index."

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Mike Lonski's presentation from PUG Challenge Americas 2014.  This includes, "Still Don't Know about Indicies" and demo code.

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Presentations by Gus Bjorklund, VP Technology at Progress Software, guest speaker at the Spring 2014 VA and NC PUG meetings.

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Presentations by Peter Judge, Progress Principal Software Engineer, at the Fall 2013 VA and NC PUG meetings.

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This was the 3rd annual Progress technical conference organized by Progress users and consultants.

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Slides from OE Mobile presentation by Gus Bjorklund.

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Slides from Fall 2012 PUG presentations by Roy Ellis.

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PUG Challenge Americas 2012 is Progress technical conference put together by Progress users and consultants.  This was the 2nd annual conference and was another great success.

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Progress Software was host to the Spring 2012 VA and NC PUG meetings.  This was a great opportunity to hear from Progress themselves regarding all of the benefits of the new OpenEdge11!  Progress presented on 4 topics including, the Progress Developer Studio, Developing Business Process Applications, Multi-Tenancy, and Cloud Security.  Download these presentations here!

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Tom Bascom of White Star Software was the guest speaker at the Fall 2011 PUG meetings.  Tom is well-known in the Progress Community for his consulting expertise and experience with OpenEdge. He is a frequent speaker at Progress Exchange and Progress User Groups. His widely acclaimed and freely downloadable Progress tool set is used by Progress DBA's around the world.

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PUG Challenge Americas 2011  was the first Progress technical conference put together by a committee of Progress users and consultants.  Based upon the European model for similar events, it was a rousing success.

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Gus Bjorklund and Ravi Sankar of Progress Software shared their OpenEdge database tips and OpenEdge Architect expertise at the spring PUG meetings in 2010. Download their presentations now!

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At the fall PUG meetings in 2010, CornerStar delivered a demo and presentation on its Progress reporting solution, Aurora. Progress Software Corporation delivered a talk on OpenEdge Debugger. Both received great reviews from the Virginia and North Carolina PUG members.

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Learn about software configuration management in a presentation by Tugboat Software. The developers of Roundtable delivered this talk at the fall 2009 PUG meetings.

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Whether you missed the PUG spring 2009 series or just need a refresher, download Mike Lonski's "Pick An Index, Any Index..." now!

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Here are fall 2008 PUG presentations delivered by Mike Lonski of Allegro, and Joe Genovese and Carol Osborne of Progress Software Corporation.
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Here are our talks from the Fall 2007 PUG Series, which were very interesting to PUG members. Brian Bowman and Joe Genovese of PSC delivered presentations about OpenEdge replication and database health checks.  Mike Lonski of Allegro delivered a presentation about virtualization. 
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You'll find Mike Lonski's "Real People Doing Real Work" as presented at the PUG meetings across the East Coast, during April 2008. He shares many resources about Progress utility programs in this talk and much more.

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file icon Why Crystal Reportshot!Tooltip 10/31/2005 Hits: 1864
This source code complements Dennis' presentation on Crystal Reports. This file is named "Print Crystal Report.w"
file icon Why Crystal Reportshot!Tooltip 10/31/2005 Hits: 3544
Dennis Voegler introduces you to this reporting tool as well as explaining its advantages and disadvantages. He also demonstrates how it can be incorporated within 4GL programming.
file icon User Login Problem Flowcharthot!Tooltip 10/24/2006 Hits: 4144
Use this flowchart will help you decide to whom you should turn and what steps to follow when your users experience a login problem. This also goes with the "Getting to 24X7" presentation.
Scott Dulecki also presented this talk during the Fall 2006 PUG Series. Here is an overview:

Projects aren’t the only things that can suffer from scope creep... transactions do it all the time! But just like projects, carefully managed programs can eliminate the majority of scope creep and help you write something once instead of tweaking it for weeks. This session will review basics of scoping with examples and pitfalls that you can use.

Scott Dulecki, product manager at BravePoint, delivered this presentation during the Fall 2006 PUG Series. Here is an overview:

One of the most interesting and extensive changes made to the V9/V10 database was the addition of Storage Areas. However much fiction exists about the benefits of Storage Areas. This session will give you the bottom line on the advantages as well as the disadvantages of Storage Areas. Also covered will be related topics such as Monitoring Storage Areas, Records per Block, the Table and Index Move Utility, table level Dumping and Loading, and more.

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