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Syncfusion exhibits at nationwide MSDN Events

Syncfusion exhibits at nationwide MSDN Events

Research Triangle Park, NC - August 3, 2006 - Syncfusion, Inc., a software company specializing in components for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET developers, today announced its presence at several upcoming MSDN Developer events in the late summer and fall of 2006. Syncfusion is exhibiting at these events to touch base with regional developers and provide a demonstration of the latest features offered in Essential Studio, Syncfusion's comprehensive suite of ASP.NET and Windows Forms components.

The Syncfusion team will criss-cross the United States over the next two months, participating in events in Boston on August 8, New York City on August 10, Seattle on August 17, Chicago on September 14, and Houston on September 21. In each location there will be prize giveaways, and, most importantly, Syncfusion representatives will be available to talk about the company's support for Visual Studio 2005, as well as providing information on the benefits of standardization and our upcoming Essential Studio 4.3 release.

Microsoft will provide their top developers for a day of learning in all of these locations, making the latest tips, tools, powerful Microsoft technologies, discussion forums, and time to chat with peers available for free during these high-energy local sessions.

For more information on Syncfusion's upcoming releases please continue to check the website for updates.

For more information on these and other MSDN local events please visit http://www.msdnevents.com for registration information and details on each session's agenda.

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