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TUG Buzz! for Thursday February 11, 2019


IN THIS ISSUE:

  1. Technical Education Seminar - Full Day with Jim Buck, Feb. 20
  2. TUG Board of Directors - Nominations Open
  3. Stay Connected - Confirm your subscription to TUG Buzz

Technical Education Seminar:
Great value! Register now for the Full-Day RPG Hands-on Boot Camp - ILE, RDi, RSE, SQL

Date: Wednesday February 20, 2019

Monte Carlo

LOCATION: Monte Carlo Inn, Markham Downtown

7255 Warden Ave (at Denison Street)
Markham, Ontario L3R 1B4

** FREE Parking **

      Jim BuckAGENDA for February 20th

  SPEAKER: Jim Buck

  ADMISSION:  $299 for TUG members
                            ($399 non-members)
 

  Registration  7:30 am - 8:30 am
  Continental Breakfast  7:30 am - 8:30 am
  Morning workshop  8:30 am – 12:00 noon
  Lunch  12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
  Afternoon workshop  1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This combined lecture and lab will show the seasoned IBM i programmer or someone new to RPG how to benefit by using new RPG programming techniques and have additional exposure to RDI's Remote System Explorer (RSE) and Screen Designer. Even a person new to IBM i development can benefit because the source code is available to them which will help them use Rational Developer for i (RDi) and write "free Form" ILE RGP... (Read more...)

 



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TUG Board Election

Have you thought of becoming a Director of TUG? Nominations are open from now through Tuesday March 19th for candidates interested in running for a Board seat during this year's general election. To enter, simply send an email to admin@tug.ca expressing your willingness to serve.

The following list of principles should be considered by members seeking to become a TUG Director. TUG Directors are expected to:
     • Maintain active membership in TUG and keep their membership dues current
     • Attend at least 50% of TUG Board meetings and/or TUG events
     • Uphold and abide by the official bylaws of TUG
     • Act in a professional manner as a representative of TUG
     • Advocate on behalf of the IBM i platform

Candidates will be announced at the March 20th MoM. If there is a sufficient number of candidates, the election will take place by electronic ballot during the month of April, and the results will be announced at the May Meeting.

The incumbents running this year are:
     • Leo Lefebvre
     • Bob Lesiw
    
• (plus one open seat)

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