Internet Development Seminar to be Held at Midwest Amiga Exposition



Pantheon Systems Co. and the Amiga Informer to Co-sponsor Internet Development Seminar at the Midwest Amiga Exposition

Pantheon Systems Directors Ted Wallingford and Duane A. Leinninger II will be hosting a seminar called, "No Limits: Internet Development on the Amiga," in conjunction with the Amiga Informer’s Chief Editor Fletcher Haug. The seminar will take place at the Midwest Amiga Expo on Saturday, November 1, 1997 at 3:00 p.m.

"We knew Dave Pearce [Amicon Expo Organizer] was looking for developers to hold seminars, and we figured that a non-desktop-video seminar might be a pleasant change of pace. We’ll be talking about real-world information technology and how it works with interface design and graphics design. Markets the Amiga is slowly finding new homes in. As with desktop video, the Amiga has no limits in these markets.

"Our seminar is not only going to exhibit the real-world design and engineering jobs we’ve done in the commercial segment—but it’s going to describe the Amiga applications and techniques we’ve used along the way. We’re an Amiga shop, and we want the world to know it," Wallingford explains.

The No Limits seminar will last for one to two hours and will include comparative discussions of HTML markup, Perl and Arexx scripting, and the use of the Amiga as an Information Server. We’ll also take a first-look at the nearly-completed Finale Web Cruiser web browser from GamaSoft, an Amiga software publishing firm operated by Pantheon Systems.

"We are also going to present the tactical and promotional mechanisms that make Internet commerce effective. We’ll share some of the techniques that have been successful for us, as well as the ones that haven't been successful," adds Wallingford.

Fletcher Haug of the Amiga Informer magazine will join the two from Pantheon Systems, illustrating the topics discussed using the Amiga Informer’s web site as an example.

"Amiga users aren’t your everyday computer consumers. So, we don’t plan on presenting an everyday seminar. This is something that no one will want to miss—and the benefits to those thinking about using the Amiga in information services are too great to ignore any longer."

Pantheon Systems, The Amiga Informer, and the Amiga. No Limits.



Ted Wallingford, Production Director
Duane A. Leinninger II, Media Director

Pantheon Systems Co. / GamaSoft LLC

2644 Botsford Street
Hamtramck, MI 48212

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