IN THIS ISSUE:
TUG's TEC 2017 "TEC the i Train", will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, May 2 and 3, 2017 -- for the second time at the SAVOY Conference Centre (Monte Carlo Inn) 7255 Warden Avenue in Markham. We will feature the "cream of the crop" -- only the very best IBM i technical speakers.
Featured TEC 2017 speaker: John Gay
John is a Technical Specialist and Solution Architect for Vision Solutions, where he has worked since 2002. His focus is currently IBM Power (AIX, i5 and Linux) as well as database replication technologies across all platforms. Prior to working at Vision Solutions, John worked in the BI arena at Informatica and DataMirror. He also spent many years in software development at IBM and Sterling Software.
• Sharing Database Information When, Where and How It is Needed
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TUG Board Election
The online poll is now open for the 2017 TUG General Election, with four candidates for three open positions.
The following candidates were announced at the March 29th MoM:
• Sherali Bhamani (Scotiabank)
• Marly Campbell (The John Forsyth Shirt Company Ltd)
• John Deluca (Atlas Van Lines Canada Ltd)
• Jamil Satti (Shaw Satellite Services Inc)
Click www.tug.ca/election to meet the candidates and cast your vote.
All TUG members in good standing are eligible to vote (1 ballot per Individual member, 3 ballots per Corporate member). You may vote for one, two, or three candidates (on a single ballot) but not four. Ballots with four votes will be disqualified. If you vote more than once, only the first ballot submitted will count.
This poll will close on Friday May 12th 2017 at 11:59 pm. Results will be announced at the May 24th 2017 Meeting of Members (AGM).
NOTE: IF YOU HAVE ALREADY VOTED, PLEASE ACCEPT OUR SINCERE THANKS AND DISREGARD THIS MESSAGE.
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Sign up now for iDevCloud! You will be able to:
- Share between multiple developers
- Get private library and storage
- Have access to most of the IBM i development tools
- Have all compilers for IBM i tools available
The Performance is monitored by system managers with adjustments as needed. The system is accessible at anytime from anywhere in the world. Just a computer and an internet connection are needed. Any work done on the system stays on the system until removed by its owner.
Contact Leo Lefebvre at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
(*Free startup for TUG members.)
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The Toronto Users Group for Power Systems (TUG) is a user group/forum for the exchange of ideas, and specializes in providing affordable education relating to the IBM iSeries, AS/400, System i, and Power Systems platforms. TUG is in its 32nd year of operation.
TUG is the proud recipient of a 2016/ 2017 Maxava iFoundation grant.