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Our Next Meetings

Decembe
r 20, 2014
January 17, 2015

"THIRD SATURDAY" SESSIONS

All SIG's meet once each month, usually on the 3rd Saturday. For SIG session meeting times, click on "Meeting Schedule" at left.

Our December 20, 2014 Meeting Agenda Will Be ...
(Special Interest Groups)
Click on the links below to go to the respective SharePoint page.

  • HTPC/Home Automation - 8:00 am
  • Home Theater (or Media) PCs and Home Automation come in an endless range of capability, complexity and price.   Come join us as we cover this new & exciting area.

    Home Automation covers everything from setting your thermostat to having your refrigerator order milk. Come join SIG Leader Bill Parker as we set our direction for this SIG. 

  • Microsoft Excel - 8:00 am
    TBD

  • Microsoft PowerShell - 8:00 - 10:00 am
  • A PowerShell Show and Tell - we will spend both hours covering topics and demonstrations that come up in informal discussion.

  • Windows Tips & Tricks - 9:00 - Noon
    Open Q&A
       If you have a 'troubled' system, contact Chuck or Gil for a possible 'live, no net' troubleshooting session.

  • Making Money on the Internet - 9:00 am
  • Whether you're building a new home, searching for the newest smart phone, or seeking that perfect gadget for the computer nerd on your list, there's bound to be someone talking about it at our holiday SIG this December.  See you there, and Happy Holidays!  

  • Microsoft Word - 10:00 am
    Creating a Macro

  • .NET Developers/HTML - 10:00 am - Noon
  • This month, Stephen Johnson will provide an  introduction to web services; collections; and the universal web service that he developed.

  • Digital Photography - 10:00 am
  • The group will entertain an end-of-year recap for digital cameras, auxiliaries, and ancillary devices.  Bring your questions and camera if you like. This is the time to suggest tools and methods for next year’s meetings.

  • Digital Photo Editing - 11:00 am
  • What is new with photo editing? The software’s value appears to be suffering due to major supplier’s farming out most all phases including: creating software, documenting, distribution, marketing, manufacturing – just about everything. These efforts reduce costs but also remove the brands from their former ability to relate to their users. For the present this means our duties must look harder for solutions and being extra careful analyzing (actually beta testing) sold packages for errors and completing unfinished product.

  • The Internet - 11:00 am
    We won't be meeting this month, but join us again in January.

  • Salesforce Developers
    We won't be meeting this month, but join us again in January.
    . 401 study group
    (11:00 AM to 12:00) 
    . 501 study group (12:30 to 1:30)

  • Microsoft Access - 11:00 am
    TBD

  • Windows Inside/Out - 12:30 pm
  • We won't be meeting this month, but join us again in January.

  • Wireless Communication - 12:30 pm
    TBD

  • Investors - 1:30 pm
    We will have our usual Q&A session. Bring your questions and experiences in investing and share with the group.

  • AppDev SIG - 1:30 pm
    Now meeting with .NET Developers/HTML at 10:00 am for the foreseeable future.
 

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