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Wave teams with Transcender to enrich Windows 2000 training

Drop and give me 20 questions! Wave Technologies International is including TranscenderCert simulation software in its Windows 2000 MCSE Boot Camp, Windows 2000 Upgrade Boot Camp and online eCamp certification programs.

TranscenderCert helps get the uncertified ready for certification exams with simulation, case study, multiple choice and select and place. Sorry, there is nothing about "connect the dots."

In a 1998 MCP Magazine readers poll, Transcender was voted favorite test-prep tool for Microsoft certification exams. Wave guarantees students will earn their stripes.

Visual MainWin redefines software application porting available for free

Here's some news to re-port. e-Porter Mainsoft has announced the general availability of Visual MainWin.

MainWin is the first application porting platform to let developers with no UNIX expertise write on Windows and port simultaneously to UNIX.

You can try out Visual MainWin for 30 days free. It's ready for the downloading at

Mainsoft says it has a unique relationship with Microsoft through strategic agreements that give Mainsoft access to Windows' source code, including Windows 2000.

digiMine delivers hosted data warehousing and data mining services

Microsoft asked "Won't you be digiMine?" And digiMine said "Yes." The application service provider of business intelligence solutions announced its use of Microsoft .Net as a key technology within its services.

digiMine says through its services, e-businesses receive the benefits of high-end data warehousing and data mining technology without the expensive and time consuming process of building solutions in-house.

Microsoft says digiMine makes data mining and business intelligence accessible to a greater number of businesses than ever before and is a great example of how the .Net platform enables ASPs to build scalable infrastructures and deliver valuable solutions to customers.

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