TUG Buzz! for September 5, 2012


TUG Night School Starts Next Week!

TUG has been working to add some zest and technical vitality to your fall “back to work” plans. This includes  a comprehensive rollout of TUG Night School Fall program. Our capacity this term has DOUBLED and we are offering classes with both “Open Source” and IBM i flavor. New courses this year include JavaScript and Ruby on Rails... Read MoreRead More


Full Day "Mini-Summit" Seminar

Mark your calendar on Wednesday September 26 for a very special day at the Savoy Conference Centre (Monte Carlo Inn) 7255 Warden Avenue in Markham. During the day, Jon Paris and Susan Gantner will present 2 full tracks (4 sessions each track). The TUG member price of $199 (+ tax) includes breakfast and lunch plus morning and afternoon breaks... Read MoreRead More


Meeting of Members (MoM)
September 26Summit

Sponsored by IBM

Later the same evening (at the same location), Alison Butterill will speak at the TUG Meeting of Members. (Free admission). The meeting will include a complimentary buffet dinner, sponsored by IBM Canada Ltd.)... Read MoreRead More

Debbie Gallagher

Project Risk Case Study: It's Just an Upgrade

By Debbie Gallagher

The project manager was developing a project charter for his new project. He and his supervisor expected this project to be low risk and quite straightforward, as it was just an upgrade to an application that had already been running for many years... Read MoreRead More


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