SCOUG OS/2 For You - April 1998
April 18th: Visual Age for Java
Already had your early morning Java? Well, you're in for a special treat as our new president Terry Warren (congrats, Terry!) enhances that caffeine high, serving up a freshly brewed
presentation of Visual Age for Java.
For those of you, who, like me, prefer their coffee beans still on the plant in Hawaii, this month's presentation will be just the eye-opener we need. For non-programmers like me, we'll be able to see what the real excitement is all about with this application that lets folks brew up a fresh pot of fine applications that will run nicely in our OS/2 mugs.
Okay, enough of these silly overused metaphors. Come see Terry demo this fine app at our next meeting! Then some Q&A, some raffle stuff, and it's time for the Saturday SIGs to take over:
General Interest - Paul Wirtz always has an interesting topic up his sleave.
Programming - will hear reports from JavaOne, discuss future direction, and time permitting, review the current state and planned phases of the SCOUG Raffle program.
Later in the month
The Internet SIG meets on the 3rd Monday, April 20th, at 7 PM at the OCIPUG Resource Center in Santa Ana. They will address some of the hot current events and products of the internet. Be sure to check the web site for the latest info, and contact Dave (firstname.lastname@example.org) if there are topics you want to learn more about or would like to present.
The SCOUG Help Desk meets at the same time and place as the Internet SIG. The focus of the Help Desk this month will be to demonstrate the use of the "fastkick" utility to install fixpacks without having to create diskettes.
On Tuesday, April 21st at 7 PM, the Networking SIG meets with the OCIPUG OS/2 SIG at their facilities in Santa Ana. Lotus Notes & Domino will be the theme for our SIG activity this month. We will experminent with installing a Notes client from a network server and and executing a the client from shared code stored on a server. Additonally we will setup our network to access multiple Notes Servers. This will be a challenging adventure for us and we hope that you will be able to come join us.
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