TUG Buzz! for Friday June 12, 2020


  1. MITEC - Virtual Conference
  2. R2i blog - IBM i Best Kept Secrets

MITEC iSight 2020 (Virtual Conference)

Our sister User Group in Michigan (MITEC) is presenting a virtual conference, and all TUG members are invited to participate! The cost is only $125 USD for 70 sessions, and will be open for thirty days starting June 23rd. See details below.


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R2i blog - IBM i Best Kept Secrets

Tamara Vandersluis, from our frequent sponsor R2i, has created a blog to talk about some best kept secrets about IBM i. Here is a link to her first installment:

  • RECORDED WEBINAR: Last week we did a presentations on IBM i in the cloud – if you are interested, follow this link:
  • R2I - IBM i Service Offerings

Best Regards,
Tamara Vandersluis
Vice-President Innovation, R2i

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