Since many of you here on the forum have been eagerly anticipating a major new version of Panorama for a long time, I’m making this announcement at the first possible moment – even though it is a weekend right before Christmas, this news can’t wait. After over two years in development, I’m finally ready to let you take a peek at this next major step forward for Panorama. The Panorama X 10.2 release is so big that I gave it the code name Denali, after the highest peak in North America. Denali is scheduled for final release in Spring 2021, but if you want to be an early adopter, there’s now an opportunity to get started before the digital ink is dry. Starting in January 2021, I’ll be teaching not one, but two parallel online courses:
- Mastering Panorama X 10.2
- Deploying Shared Databases with Panorama X Team Server
Of course, early access to the corresponding software is included with each course.
There’s so much to tell you about that I can’t possibly cram it into this post, so I’ve prepared a comprehensive FAQ page with everything you need to know about both the new software itself and the curriculum, prerequisites and registration information for the online classes:
Though I’ve dropped hints here and there lately about what I’ve been working on, I’ve kept many of the best new features under my hat until today. I’m so excited to finally be able to take off the wraps just before Christmas. Like all the best Christmas gifts, this one will surprise and delight. I’m looking forward to hearing about what all of your favorite new features are – could it be relational database management with full join? debug instrumentation? advanced clairvoyance™? enhanced automatic layout tools? customizable data validation and duplicate checking? There are so many to choose from.
After a tough 2020, let’s all look forward to better days in 2021, for Panorama and for the world in general. Best wishes to all of you and your families, and I hope to see many of you online in January!
Founder, ProVUE Development