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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 3 May 2011 NYTECH: Panel on The Pervasive Network; Wednesday 4 May 2011 NYCBUG: William Baxter on The Unix Way
Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 19:59:54 -0000

<blockquote
  what="two official announcements"
  first="NYTECH General Meeting on The Pervasive Network;
         I have not dissected out from the adhering syntactic markers
         the list of speakers, but this is a Serious Public Face
         Meeting, and includes a speaker from Verizon"
  second="NYC*BUG at Suspenders, see below for details"
  note="NYTECH requests an rsvp, and there is a $20 charge
        for non-members to attend, see
        https://www.nytech.org/the-pervasive-network";
  edits="first announcement: viscous markup cut away from
         important data;
         second announcement unchanged"
  announcements-separator="***** .... *****">

 Date: Mon, 2 May 2011 09:04:27 -0400 (EDT)
 From: New York Technology Council <address@hidden>
 Subject: Last Chance to Register - The Pervasive Network

 New York Technology Council

 REGISTRATION CLOSES TOMORROW FOR THE FOLLOWING EVENT

 The Pervasive Network

 Today your desktop PC, laptop, tablet, phone and TV all act as
 gateways to the Internet. In the not-too-distant future, every
 electronic device and appliance we own will be networked
 together. Great things will no doubt arise from the pervasive
 network. Networked power meters and appliances promise to reduce
 energy consumption, tablets and imaging technology may help
 revolutionize health care. But what are the challenges? Privacy
 and security, universal high-speed access, governmental
 regulation and myriad other issues will need to be addressed. At
 this general meeting of the New York Technology Council, a panel
 of experts will discuss the future of ubiquitous network access
 and its implications for consumers and businesses alike.

 When: Tuesday May 3, 2011, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 Where: Microsoft, 1290 Ave. of the Americas

 Register at https://www.nytech.org/the-pervasive-network

 This email was sent to address@hidden by address@hidden

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 New York Technology Council | 340 West 39th Street | New York | NY | 10018


 
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 Date: Sun, 01 May 2011 22:03:24 -0400
 To: address@hidden
 From: NYC*BUG Announcements <address@hidden>
 Subject: [announce] Wednesday NYC*BUG
 Reply-To: address@hidden

 May 04, 2011
 The Unix Method of Development Management

 6:45 PM, Suspenders Restaurant backroom
 111 Broadway in Manhattan
 http://www.suspendersbar.com/

 The Unix approach has been summarized in many ways, but most simply it`s 
 about a certain method in simplicity, portability and interoperability. 
 Jamming a square peg into a round hole it`s not.

 The chapter entitled Basics of the Unix Philosophy in The Art of Unix 
 Programming provides more comprehensive explanations.

 Take that approach and look at development projects with dozens of 
 programmers in whatever language.

 How is the Unix method relevant? How do Unix principles aid in 
 structuring and coordinating software development, even for, say, Java 
 developers?

 William Baxter argues that the Unix methods and principles are the most 
 useful set of tools for directing developers, even more so when bad 
 habits need to be relearned for the goal of creating good code.

 Speaker Biography

 William Baxter, a senior developer with decades of experience leading 
 programming projects, will discuss the process of managing developers 
 and their projects.

 *      *       *

 Don't forget BSDCan is right around the corner!

 http://www.bsdcan.org/2011/
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Distributed poC TINC:

Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
http://www.lxny.org


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