Need to learn more about computers, the Internet, programming, how to use the latest software? Are you interested in keeping your knowledge skills on the leading edge? If you are, then NTPCUG is where you will want to be.
- Computer Users
- IT Professionals
- Small Business Owners
- February 16, 2019
- March 16, 2019
- April 20, 2019
- May 18, 2019
- June 15, 2019
- July 20, 2019
- August 17, 2019
- September 21, 2019
- October 19, 2019
- November 16, 2019
- December 21, 2019
Here’s what we plan for our February 16th meeting:
- 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. Join us!
- Microsoft PowerShell – 8:00 – 10:00 am
The first hour starting at 8:00 am, we cover topics and demonstrations that come up in informal discussion.
At 9:00 am, Josh Miller will lead an exploration of Microsoft Graph in PowerShell.
- Windows Tips & Tricks – 9:00 – 11:00 am.
- Windows 7, 8.1 & 10 Networking/Share Fixes
- Windows 10 Home – Delay Major Upgrades
- Open Q & A. If you have a “troubled” system, contact Chuck or Gil for a possible “Live, No Net” troubleshooting session in front of the group.
- Making Money Online – 9:00 am
For the February meeting, Howard Harkness will give a progress report (and demo) on the auto-tweet utility. With some luck, it will be ready to provide to interested beta-testers by meeting time. This is intended to be the first Minimally Viable Product (MVP) for the NicheFind membership site.
- Microsoft Office Suite – 9:00 am – Noon
In January, we reverted back to individual Microsoft Office applications:
- [9:00 am] Excel – topic TBD.
- [10:30 am or so] MS Word & MS PowerPoint– Sharon Dorsey will give one of her oldie but goodie presentations on a specific topic. Or provide answers to specific questions. Whoever attends gets to decide. Maybe we’ll do both!
MS Access – is going on hiatus at present, but the SIG Leader, Sue Clark, will still be around to help answer your MS Access questions
- AppDev – 10:00 am – Noon
Whilst in Portland last weekend, I found a good tutorial book on React, and it indicates that a foundation in ES6 is almost a prerequisite.
- The Internet – 11:00 am
Surviving an earthquake without getting out of bed and other CES revelations
- Windows Inside/Out – 12:30 pm
- Intel Core i7 vs. i9 – how they are different and why you should care.
- Windows 7 Countdown – what are the options and how to get ready for the end of support.
- Wireless Communication – 12:30 pm
In our February SIG, we will be talking about security of the video doorbell cameras.