“We’re constantly developing new features for Revolution, to meet our developers’ needs for creating robust applications with up-to-the-minute functionality,” said Kevin Miller, CEO of Runtime Revolution. “Now, we’ve started bringing our developers into the design cycle at the earliest possible stage.”
With those words,
Runtime Revolution kicked off its slate of
Macworld Conference & Expo with the announcement that it will preview nascent technology at the show. The company invites programmers to stop by its booth (#935) in Moscone Center and see what’s in store for this new technology. Runtime Revolution promises industrial-strength data encryption, support for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for secure Internet connections, and more.
Miller and others from the company will also be on hand for the first-ever Revolution seminar, a two-day event to be held at the Argent Hotel in San Francisco on January 9 and 10. The cost is US$400, but you can attend for free if you buy Revolution Enterprise Edition, for $100 if you buy Revolution Studio Edition, or for $50 less if you buy Revolution Express. The purchase must be made at the show.
Runtime Revolution is also offering the following Macworld Expo discounts at its booth: Revolution Express for $99 (regular price: $149); Dan Shafer’s book “Revolution: Software at the Speed of Thought” and a copy of Revolution Express for $129 (combined regular price: $196); and Revolution Studio Edition for $299 (regular price: $399), a deal that’s also available on the company’s Web site during the show.