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VistaBase Community

January 27th, 2007 by Zack Whittaker

The VistaBase Community is a place where you can talk with fellow testers, enthusiasts and experts about all the topics covered in VistaBase. Whether it’ll be a hit or a flop, I don’t know but it’s worth a try.

There will be events every week on a Wednesday at 4pm GMT (other times for various time zones), and you can register and login and talk to a whole load of other people. Generally you’ll be able to talk about anything, but this can be your opportunity to get heard – ask a question, have it answered, ask for something changed in VistaBase, feedback to myself and others what you think of the products, and generally have a good laugh. Each event will last an hour, so come along and see what you think – transcripts will be available afterwards here.

  • Click to download Office Outlook/Windows Calendar reminder
  • Next event: 7th February 2007
  • Event theme: “What you want out of VistaBase”
  • Time: 8am (Redmond, California)
             4pm (Great Britain, Spain)
             11pm (Bangkok, Jakarta)

So please come and have a look – it’s only an hour of your time at max and you might just learn some new things!

 Check out the VistaBase Community landing page

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