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xChange13One way or another, we are all involved in building the content of the release, getting the release ready, putting the release out there, and taking care of it when it gets there. The major theme of xChange13, Serena Software’s global user conference from September 16-18 in



xChange13“Knowing the answers doesn’t make it any easier.” – Det. Sonny Crockett, Miami Vice

Crockett and Tubbs solved major Miami crimes in about 42 minutes of air time. At xChange13,





Screenshot from the latest Eclipse plugin from ChangeMan ZMF v7In our recent Mainframe Virtual User Group (VUG) meeting, we



xChange13As a release manager, CM manager, configuration manager, help desk manager, administrator, engineer, architect, project manager or analyst, one of the biggest challenges in attending any user conference is getting your manager’s approval. Some upper-level managers view conferences as



xChange13You know you know a lot about Serena’s solutions. What you know: everyone should know. How would you like to share your insights and experience at the Serena annual customer conference,



Serena xChange13The xChange13 Call for Papers is open through March 31.  Serena’s 17th annual global user conference, xChange13, will be in Miami Beach from September 16-18.  We are building the detailed agenda right now and are looking for user stories to share with our customers.  Would you be willing to speak at xChange? If so, please submit your presentation topic and





Serena xChange13I’ve said this year after year, but it’s true.  Every xChange, Serena’s Global User Conference, outdoes the previous year in terms of the exchange of ideas, customer presentations, and total participation.  I promise you



VoteAt Serena, we pride ourselves on staying on top of relevant trends and application development issues in all the major markets. Thus we often run targeted surveys to dig deeper into the behavior of a select market. We ran one such survey at our annual Federal User Group meeting held last