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```Dear Newsgroup

Here is this weeks OpenVMS Advanced technical Boot Camp Update. You
will notice some changes in this weeks update.  First we have had
several cancellations and second there are on three seats committed
instead of ten.  I have returned or used all the other seats as
scholarships.

Please note: If you are planning on registering for this event you need
to do so quickly mainly because the hotel is running out of hotel
rooms.

Registration Goal 200
Seats Committed =  163
% full =  82%
Seats available =  37
Registered = 160
% of new attendees =  37% (aprox)
% of repeat attendees = 63% (aprox)
Weeks until Boot Camp 4
Folks from out side the US = 67 (45%)
Countries represented = 19
Germany
England
Netherlands
Switzerland
Sweden
Belgium
Ireland
Austria
France
Australia
Belgium
India
New Zealand
Spain
US
China
Japan
Scotland

http://h71000.www7.hp.com/symposium/index.html

Warm Regards as always and thank you for your continued support.

Sue

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Reply susan_skonetski (558) 4/21/2006 10:14:57 PM

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