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Subject:Help University October Conference in Austin TX From:"Garison, John" <JGarison -at- CENTRA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 20 Aug 1997 09:21:07 -0400
There are only ten days left to register for Help University's Fall
and Web Developers Conference at a discounted rate. Help University,
well known for the practical value offered to conference attendees, vows
that the fall conference will be the best one yet.
When: October 13-15, 1997
Where: Austin, Texas
Cost: $550 ($599 if paid after August 30, 1997)
In addition to our usual outstanding line-up of speakers, the October
conference offers three full days of presentations and seminars with
over 30 sessions for all levels of online developers. Topics range
from introductory sessions geared to novice WinHelp and HTML
authors to detailed how-to information on advanced topics such as
This fall's conference also features up-to-the minute news on new
technologies and products. Netscape is presenting a seminar on
developing for NetHelp 2.0 and Sun Microsystems is presenting
breaking information about JavaHelp. Not to be outdone, Microsoft
presents a half-day seminar on their newly released HTML Help.
In addition, all attendees receive:
* Admittance to vendor exhibits, product showcase
presentations, and roundtable discussions
* Networking lunches
* Vendor reception/buffet
* Detailed conference proceedings
* Conference CD
* ½-day HTML Help Seminar presented by the Microsoft
HTML Help development team