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TUG Buzz! for Monday March 11, 2019


IN THIS ISSUE:

  1. March MoM - with Alison & Trevor
  2. COMMON Americas Advisory Council - Looking for new members
  3. Stay Connected - Confirm your subscription to TUG Buzz

March Meeting of Members!

Monte CarloDate: Wednesday March 20, 2019

LOCATION: Monte Carlo Inn, Markham Downtown

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

** FREE Parking **

SPEAKERS:

Alison Butterill Trevor Perry
Alison Butterill Trevor Perry

 

     AGENDA for March 20th MoM

ADMISSION:  Free for TUG members ($60 non-members) 

Registration  4:30 pm

5:00 pm - Session 1:
Alison Butterill
A Vision of IBM i Modernization

Where should my modernization go? This question is asked of IBM i customers around the globe. As the IBM i Offering Manager, Alison has conversations with customers everywhere. She has been able to guide customers with a vision from an IBM perspective of where IBM i, applications, and technology are headed...

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7:00 pm - Session 2:
Trevor Perry
Practicalities of IBM i Modernization

Trevor Perry is an experienced IT Strategist, Architect, Developer, IBM Champion. For 20+ years, he has been engaged in modernization projects, primarily with IBM i applications and integration with other platforms/infrastructure...

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CAAC

The COMMON Americas Advisory Council (CAAC) is looking for new members.

The CAAC is a select group of individuals who represent the diverse membership of the COMMON community. As the name states, the CAAC acts as an advisory group to IBM. Members of CAAC review product enhancement requests, providing IBM with important user feedback to help prioritize these requests. IBM also reviews and discusses IBM's strategies and plans with CAAC, requesting input and advice.

Members of CAAC participate in monthly calls, as well as two face-to-face meetings per year. This is a unique opportunity to help shape the direction of the IBM i Portfolio of products and IBM Power Servers.

For further information, please go to the COMMON website: www.common.org/caac/

Positions are currently available. For all those interested, please download the application form at www.common.org/caac/#openings

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