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TUG Survey re: Meeting Topics
Our friends at COMMON recently sent out a survey to members, asking them to select their favourites from a list of proposed future meeting topics. So TUG decided to get on the bandwagon and conduct a similar survey of our own.
Respondents will be elligible to win a $25 TUG Starbucks card. We will use the survey results for planning of future TUG meetings, and we will also share the results with COMMON. Many thanks to COMMON for this excellent list.
Please take the TUG survey:
Incidently, did you know that one of the benefits of TUG memberhip is that it automatically includes a membership in COMMON? This means that TUG members receive the member discount at COMMON events.
Upcoming COMMON events:
• COMMON Fall Conference & Expo - Pittsburg, PA - October 15-17, 2018
• POWERUOp19 - Anaheim, CA - May 19-22, 2019
• IT Executive Conference - Anaheim, CA - May 19-22, 2019
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