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2004 OpenBase Developers Conference, Maui, Hawaii
Special low, early-registration price available until June 1
Complete 4-day conference package starts at $829, including hotel and food

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA — OpenBase International, Ltd. announced that
the 2004 OpenBase Developers Conference will be held at Kaanapali Beach in
Maui, Hawaii, September 2 – 6, 2004.

The purpose of the conference is to provide in-depth information on
OpenBase SQL database products, technology and development environments, as
well as the opportunity to have fun and network with other developers in a
great location.

“Our success depends on the success of our customers,” says Saina Ranta,
director of operations at OpenBase International. “So we’ve pulled together
a super-star roster of experts and presentations, all focused on producing
immediate results for developers and software business owners alike.”

The setting, where the legendary Black Rock of Kaanapali meets the ocean,
at the Sheraton Maui ( includes fragrant flowers,
whispering palms, a meandering 142-yard natural lagoon with lava rock pool
and waterslide, and 23 ocean-front acres that includes what many say is
Hawaii’s best beach. It is the perfect setting to relax, learn and network.

Sessions will cover the inner workings of OpenBase SQL and advanced
administration and programming techniques. OpenScript v2.0, REALbasic,
JDBC, ODBC, PHP, Qilan, Cocoa and WebObjects are among the topics that will
be discussed in depth.

Attendees will also be invited to attend the announcement of an exciting
new tool for OpenBase — one that they can begin to use right away!

Complete 2004 OpenBase Developers Conference Package:
$829 for double occupancy ($929 after June 1st)
$1219 for single occupancy ($1319 after June 1st)
4-night stay, ocean and garden rooms assigned on a first-come,
first-served basis
Full deluxe breakfast buffet and gourmet lunch served in on-site
Admission to all sessions, including surprise announcement,
business session and
Apple-sponsored G5 compatibility testing lab
Airport extreme wireless 802.11g network and high-speed internet

For more information, please visit

How to register?
Developers can register for the 2004 OpenBase Developers Conference now at

A deposit of just $100 will hold a reservation, with the remainder not due
until July 15th. Registering before June 1, 2004 locks-in a special, low,
early-registration discount.

How to get there?
We have found airfares as low as $350 from San Francisco and $670 from Boston.

About OpenBase SQL
OpenBase SQL relational database servers deliver the scalable performance
and fault-tolerant data protection e-business demands.

Proven in realworld applications since 1991, OpenBase SQL has become the
database of choice for innovative, business-critical applications on Mac OS
X and other popular computing platforms. In addition to database
performance and integrity, OpenBase SQL solutions come with
industry-leading features that are simply unavailable – or cost much more –
on other databases. These include built-in, server-based support for Java
stored procedures and e-commerce functions, such as credit card payment
processing and automated email correspondence.

OpenBase SQL databases run on all of today’s popular platforms: Mac OS X,
Sun Solaris, Linux and Microsoft Windows and support all of today’s open
standard and de facto tools and interfaces, with native support for
WebObjects 5, Java, SOAP, 4D, REALbasic, ODBC Support, PHP, Perl, Cocoa,
and more. OpenBase International also partners with other leading software
providers to deliver higher level solutions that further reduce time, cost
and risk.