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Apple iphone - Online Seminars - 2008
Quickbooks - Online Seminars - 2008 - 2005
-Microsoft to Apple conversion
Apple Software - Online Seminars - 2008 - 2002
Japanese - Online Seminars - 2008 - 2007
- University of Tokyo
Photoshop - Online Seminars 2008 - 2004
Final Cut Pro - Online Seminars - 2008 - 2007
Microsoft Biztalk Server 2002 Event - Essential Integration:
B2B, EAI, and Web Services - Microsoft TechNet Events and the Microsoft
Visual Studio .NET Launch!
Essential Integration: B2B, EAI and Web Services
Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 integrates everything from legacy applications to
XML Web Services, everywhere from the Enterprise to the Internet. BizTalk's integration tools and services integrate internal applications, securely connect business partners over the Internet, and rapidly automate business processes.
Focus on the true value of BizTalk server in the EAI and B2B marketplace and discussed proof points on adapter availability, acceptance in the marketplace, ease of implementation and real world customer experiences.
Topics covered included:
* What's New in BizTalk Server 2002
* Monitoring and Managing with Microsoft Operations Manager
* Deploying with Application Center 2000
* Orchestration Enhancements
* Integration with Web Services and .Net
* EDI and Advanced Mapping Features
February 21, 2002
Event Code: 106083382
TechNet : Security - it's People, Process and Technology.
Additionally : Infrastucure Professionals and Database Administrators.
Install & Configure the Windows updated corporate "Federated" Server: The next step in
Microsoft's Strategic Technology Protection Program: Get Secure - Stay Secure. This session covers install and configure of a Corporate Windows Update Server.
Installing and Configuring Microsoft Operations Manager: Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Improves availability, performance and security of networks and applications. This session showed how to install and configure MOM to monitor Windows servers, Active Directory, SMS and other server applications.
Database Administrator Track:
Data Security - Best Practices using SQL Server 2000: Data Security is put into the application.
Upsizing your Access Databases to SQL Server 2000: This session will provide the best tips on; how to reign in all that data, document the models, assess data redundancy and much more.
March 7, 2002
8:30am - 12:00pm
Embassy Suites Hotel
Event Code: 105175736
Visual Studio .NET Launch Event
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET! Four years in development, 25 programming languages supported, and 2.5 million betas distributed, the launch of Visual Studio.NET assists developers and software architects to take advantage of a sophisticated, productivity-enhancing development toolset.
Visual Studio .NET allows leverage existing skills to rapidly build applications and XML Web services that target any device and integrate any platform.
March 7, 2002
1:00pm - 4:30pm
Embassy Suites Hotel
Event Code: 105175731
Subject: Attend Microsoft's "Get Secure, Stay Secure" Clinic
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 15:21:59 -0600
From: "Chris Mackiewicz" <email@example.com>
The Microsoft Security Clinic hosted by 1Staff Training & Development. Three-hour clinic on the information and tools need for getting and keeping networks secure.
In this intensive 3 hour seminar covered the best practices for:
" Identifying Security Risks
" Performing Risk Assessment
" Planning a Security Strategy
" Securing the Security Network
" Responding to a Security Incident and MORE!
The seminar combined lecture, discussion, and demonstrations, showing participants the key components of network and computer security.
Tuesday, February 19, 2002 1:00pm - 4:00pm
The clinic was held at 1Staff Training & Development, 10846 Emmet St., Omaha, NE 68164
Visual Studio .NET Launch Event
03/07/2002 01:00 PM - 03/07/2002 04:30 PM
Embassy Suites Hotel
555 South 10th Street
Omaha NE 68102 United States
General Event Information
Products: .NET and Visual Studio.
Recommended Audience: IT Professional, Business Executive, Partner, Developer and Technology Executive.
Launch Microsoft Visual Studio .NET!
After four years in development, 25 programming language supported, and 2.5 million betas distributed,
the launch of Visual Studio .NET means that developers and software architects like yourself will be able to take
advantage of the most sophisticated, productivity-enhancing development toolset ever created.
At this launch event, you'll hear firsthand how Visual Studio .NET will allow you to leverage your existing skills to
rapidly build applications and XML Web services that target any device and integrate any platform.
Omaha .NET User Group
01/24/2002 05:30 PM - 01/24/2002 07:30 PM
Language: English-American ¥
Quilogy Offices 13220 Birch Drive, Suite 220
Omaha NE 68164 United States
General Event Information
Recommended Audience: Developer
Omaha .NET User Group. 2 presentations. The first session
will covered C# Language - What is C# and how does it fit into the big picture of .NET? An overview of the
C# language was given. Discussed the similarities and differences between C# and other languages
such as Visual Basic and C++. Examples will demonstrated how C# could be used to create web services,
ASP.NET web sites, etc.
The second session focused on Win Forms - .NET Windows Forms leverage various new technologies
including a Common Application Framework, Managed Execution Environment, Integrated Security.
Developers can create Windows Forms applications much like today’s Visual Basic-based forms, although with
Windows Forms, they get the same level of productivity in all of the languages in Visual Studio, not just Visual
Basic. Windows Forms offers full support for quickly and easily connecting to XML Web services and building
rich, data-aware applications based on the ADO .NET data model. The presentation covered the
development of Windows Forms applications in .NET. Includes the new Windows Forms classes, controls,
Windows Forms Designer, data access, accessing XML Web Services, object oriented design with visual
inheritance, and securing and deployment of windows applications.
COMDEX - FALL 2001: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 12-15, 2001
Investigated the current state of computers and telecommunications technologies. Due to 911 impacts the industry witnessed a dismal attendance, not only in attendees, but also vendors. Microsoft was there with usual promises of the so-called greatness of XP platform. Users were unimpressed with the over all flavor of the convention. All time high for attendance was over half a million for the week. This year's attendance, depending on whom was talking, 50,000 to 80,000. Dot COM's were noticeably absent. Interest mainly focused on safeguard of data and Internet access. WIFI (wireless fiber) starting to compete with the shorter ranged Bluetooth technology. Digital input and output devices continue to be refined by the big hitters (i.e. Olympus, Cannon, Hp … etc) … Sophisticated multimedia packages are starting to emerge, with a focus on business applications. DVD-RW is available, but still too many formats. Three major competing formats for the writing protocol. All manufactures appear to be able read commercial DVDs, but interoperability between vendors is a big issue.
Microsoft Technet: Embassy Suite, Omaha, NE: May 2, 2001
Office XP : Knowledge Workers
Microsoft(r) Office XP presented a smarter work experience for individuals, teams and organizations. Task Panes and Smart Tags unlock tools and information once hidden or hard to find and put them in a user-friendly environment. Document Review innovations and SharePoint(tm) Team Services enabled teams to share information and manage activities in one place on the Web allowing groups to work together easily and quickly.
HTML III: Nebraska University, Omaha, NE: April 6, 2001
Higher level web page authoring techniques. Utilization of Java, Perl and a variety of web based data retrieval, presentation and delivery platforms. Intense 8 hour training package of information distribution via the web.
Microsoft Technet: Marriott Regency, Omaha, NE: February 28, 2001
Build Your .NET Infrastructure: Overview
SQL Server 2000: Database leveraging and re-architecture of MSSQL 7.0
Preview of MICROSOFT OFFICE XP
SharePoint Portal Server (TAHOE)
Microsoft Technet: Embassy Suites, Omaha, NE: January 24, 2001
The Business desktop advantage :
Update on Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Microsoft Office 2000
Reviewed Internet upgrades to desktop and laptop business technology solutions software.
COMDEX - FALL 2000: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 11 - 13, 2000
Internet everything. If a company doesn't have a website, it doesn't have a presence. Net server software and hardware is a hot topic, along with security for the web. Linux is the poor man/woman's entry into open software push and direct attack against Microsoft's dominance. Little support for government interference in commercial markets. Novel and NetWare seem to be dying on the vine. Still a large installed base, but Microsoft's Internet Explorer is winning the market. All hardware and software focused on web based penetration. The mobile users and PDA's are being catered to with multiple access methods. Bluetooth is still hanging around, but no real stampede for the product. CISCO is in full stride and putting together excellent routers/switches.
Microsoft Technet: Marriott Regency, Omaha, NE: August 24, 2000
NT 4.0 Domain and Windows 2000 Active Directory
Interoperability (Business Infrastructure Track)
Managing Office 2000 (Business Desktop Track)
Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server Technical Overview (Business Infrastructure Track)
How to create, deploy/manage Windows 2000 Professional cloned image (Business Desktop Track)
COMDEX - FALL 1999: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 10 - 12, 1999
Home automation and computer integration are big movers. Appears the software needs power machines and the market is moving to comply. Multimedia is still a big hit with the users, but business doesn't know how to make money with it yet. Real Estate and mobile user's are big on still photo's and office access, but the integration of applications still needs to progress. DVD is starting to come out, but in read only mode. Vendors seemed to be expanding their footprint, trying to be a one stop shopping partner. Online training and customer access via the net is a big hit.
COMDEX - FALL 1998: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 9-14, 1998
Computers and communications continue to merger. Wireless on the desktop and home networks utilizing X10 protocol's are beginning vie for the home computerist's dollars. Foreign vendors dealing in memory and peripheral upgrades are moving from the back halls to the foreground. Storage capacity continues to increase. CD-ROM's and CD-RW are continuing to make advances in speed and capacity. Jukebox technology seems to be hitting main-street America.
COMDEX - FALL 1997: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 18 - 20, 1997
Investigated the current state of technology in relationship to INTERNET access and telecommunications issues concerning bandwidth utilization. Video and multimedia technologies continue to proliferate at uncontrollable speeds. Vendors of end user communication devices continue to exploit the cost insensitivity of the web. Workstation and power PC's continue to merge as software converges on JAVA and Microsoft's visual basic. Sharp promises a high-resolution digital camera by February, which allows 120 high quality, images on a disk for approximately $500. Video cameras and high capacity storage devices are the rage. IOMEGA had the hot box and hot presentation, 40gig of removable storage for about $500. Software to make the home/office computer double as a virtual PBX / smart phone system cost $109.
SUN - Basic JAVA Techniques for Users: Chicago, Illinois: April 8-10, 1996
Detailed training in building and maintaining internal (intranets) and external (Internet) interfaces for World Wide Web access. Built home pages and developed access for multiple platforms via Netscape and HTML (HyperText Markup Language).
SUN - Advanced JAVA Techniques: Chicago, Illinois: April 11-12, 1996
Developed and built complex multi-media and full motion video home pages utilizing the remote platforms micro-processing capabilities.
AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON NEURAL NETWORKS: November 9-20, 1995
AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON GENTIC PROGRAMING: Perth Australia
Spent one week at the University of Perth attending seminars and discussion on the utilization of genetic programming in conjunction with neural network programming techniques. Genetic algorithms would induce noise into a multiple of complex networks and genetic systems, the resulting backward propagation and forward chaining paradigms solved complex solutions sets in unique ways. Many of the presenters were Artificial Intelligence hackers of the past. LISP programmers and other symbolic processors were covered in detail.
TRA - Understanding Wireless Data: Denver, Colorado: September 26-27, 1995
Updated knowledge based on the latest state of the art wireless communications in general, and wireless data in specific.
ATM - Traffic Issues: Lisle, IL: Feb. 26-28, 1995
Asynchronous Transfer Mode training on hardware/software and related issues. Current debate centers around the ability of packet switching equipment to track usage in a manner that will allow regulated telecommunications companies to separate costs between the states and interstate jurisdictions.
COMDEX - FALL 1994: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 14 - 18, 1994
U S WEST's representative to the computer convention with the purpose of exploring alternative technologies for implementation within the corporation. Convention centered on faster machines 486 and multimedia. Pentiums running at approximately 100mhz. Notebooks, CD-ROMs, networking all try to work the productivity and re-engineering angle. IBM still tries to sell OS/2 by repackaging as WARP. Windows, Windows everywhere and everyone waiting for Win95. Over 200,000 attendees.
NETWORLD+INTEROP 94: Las Vegas, Nevada: May 2 thru 6, 1994
Explored the utilization of the Internet and World Wide Web as a corporate resource. Attended two in-depth classes on technologies for wireless LANs and WANs. Attended and researched the Understanding Multimedia Technologies and Applications symposium.
COMDEX - FALL 1993: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 14 thru November 19, 1993
U S WEST's representative to the computer convention with the purpose of exploring alternative technologies for implementation within the corporation. Convention centered around faster machines 486 and multimedia.
ATM Training: Denver, Colorado: February 18 thru February 19, 1993
In-depth training on Asynchronous Transmission Mode. Packet switching technology utilized for the transfer of 53 byte cells were discussed at length. Sonet technology and its impact on the communications network of the future was explored. Hardware and software integration into the communications infrastructure was the primary subject.
COMDEX - FALL 1992: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 15 thru November 19, 1992
U S WEST's representative to the computer convention with the purpose of exploring alternative technologies for implementation within the corporation. Most notable was the split between IBM and Microsoft. Thirty-two bit software upgrades were present in massive quantities. 486 machines and hardware extensions used to speed up processing were a priority item amongst most vendors. Notebooks with increased computing power were highly sought after. Multimedia moved into the limelight and voice recognition with was becoming more acceptable as an alternative input.
Separations Training: Hilton Head, SC: September 28 thru October 9, 1992
Two weeks of detailed cost accounting instruction. Instruction covered a multitude of accounting systems. Focus on cost accounting theory and it's implementation in the telecommunications industry. Symposiums on regulated methodology and it's impact on the communications industry.
NARUC Convention: Seattle, Washington: July 21 thru August 2, 1992
Attended the National Association of Regulated Utilities Commission conference as an active participant for U S WEST in policy discussions related to the telecommunications industry.
Separations Training: Dallas, Texas: October 6 thru October 11, 1991
High level training of costing procedures which utilizes industry data to price out investment changes and their effects on separational accounting and reporting procedures.
COMDEX - FALL 1991: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 22 thru November 24, 1991
Attended COMDEX to review the latest implementations software and hardware product improvements. OS/2 and Windows products were being promoted as an integrated platform for product development. LANs, MANs and WANs were being introduced as the wave of the future. Wireless was in its infancy and 386 machines, IBM's and clones, were in a massive proliferation stage. Client/server technology and object oriented code was prevalent. Microsoft began its entry into multimedia with Multimedia Extensions 1.0 for Windows. IBM and Apple alliance was just being developed. RISC process emerged as an alternative to PC workstations. Database vendors consolidated as a defensive against Borlands purchase of Ashton-Tate. Pen based computing was pushing it's message of alternative based computing.
Lotus Add-in Training: Seattle, Washington: Oct. 18 thru Oct. 20, 1991
Received Lotus add-in training from Lotus representative. The add-in utilized assembler language to provide improved performance from the spread sheet application. Detailed training into the necessary hooks to utilize Lotus effectively.
Team Leadership Training: Seattle, Washington: March 2, thru March 7, 1991
Participated in a test program designed to improve and facilitate leadership skills within the executive management of U S WEST. The class was design to improve skills of management's ability to communicate and coordinate corporate direction to employees. The training focused on the tools needed to improve the corporation's ability to function effectively in a changing environment.
COMDEX - FALL 1990: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 11 thru November 16, 1990
Attended the fall COMDEX convention to review the latest in multimedia and desk top video developments. Established business contacts in color output devices, input medians & telecommunication products.
INTENSIVE JAPANESE STUDY: University of Nebraska: June 11 - August 3, 1990
Received 16 hours of college level credit for an intensive Japanese language class that was held for a two and half month period of 6 hours a day class time and 10 hours a day of homework. In depth study of Hiragana, Katakana & Kanji. This course entailed both written and verbal skills. Both social and cultural differences of Japan and the US. were explored.
NEURAL NETWORKS: Wang Institute of Tech: Boston Mass : May 6 - May 11, 1990
Attended, Foundations to Applications, an in-depth symposium on Neural Networks and their implications for business related technologies. One week of intensive instruction on neural networks from biology to silicon wafer applications.
COMDEX - FALL 1989: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 12 thru November 16, 1990
Attended the fall COMDEX convention to review the latest innovations in 386 processing. Previewed scanner products and full motion video processing software.
DECISION SUPPORT CONFERENCE: Snowmass, Colorado: Aug. 29 -Sept. 1, 1988
Attended conference cosponsored by U S WEST, as the representative from the Northwestern Bell region. Dealt with increasing management productivity with intelligent systems. Al subjects discussed were: search methods, learning, knowledge representation, problem solving and planning, knowledge acquisition, cognitive modeling, knowledge engineering, human/computer interaction, qualitative model-based simulation and neural networks.
BELLCORE TRAINING: Livingston, New Jersey: June 27 thru 30, 1988
Received training on a mainframe application, which was converted to an IBM PS/2/386 microcomputer platform. Reviewed assembler processes to integrate LOTUS 123 and INFORMIX database running on a Novell LAN.
COMDEX - SPRING '88: Atlanta, Georgia: May 9 thru 11, 1988
Attended spring COMDEX to investigate hardware and software offerings, with emphasis on their integration with Novell LAN. Reviewed status of graphical and animation techniques in association with color output devices.
INFORMIX TRAINING: Menlo Park, California: April 17 thru 22, 1988
Advanced training in INFORMIX 4GL and SQL languages. Detailed instruction on the creation of relational Databases. Conversions from fourth generation languages into C code using Microsoft C as a platform
COMDEX - FALL '87: Las Vegas, Nevada: November 3 thru 5, 1987
Attended fall COMDEX to review the latest state of the art in microprocessor's and communication equipment with special emphasis on audio, visual and vocal interface.
DIGIPAC SWITCHING: Omaha, Nebraska: September 2-4, 1987
In depth training on packet switching services offered at Northwestern Bell. Detailed discussion on X.25 & X.75 protocol conversions. Reviewed ISDN concepts and possible applications for basic and primary service using the D channel.
AAAI - EXPO '87: Seattle, Washington: July 14 thru 16, 1987
Attended AAAI - EXPO (American Association for Artificial intelligence). Reviewed the latest software and hardware improvements, with particular interest in 386 processing. Seminars on specific subjects: neural networking and concurrent processing in the 32-bit arena. A detailed review of Management Advisor, an expert system designed to help business managers assess the financial implications of a decision and evaluate critical tradeoffs'.
COMDEX INTERNATIONAL: JAPAN 1987: March 2, 1987
Attended COMDEX EXPO to investigate international market place opportunities. Attended exhibits for computer hardware, robotics, real time access nets, high speed video capture for computer analysis, mass spectrum analysis equipment.
NT&T - NIPPON TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH: JAPAN 1987: March 3, 1987
Held preliminary discussions with telephone representative to discuss direction of the Japanese telecommunications industry. In depth demonstration of the Mitika experiment and related equipment which provides full ISDN capability.
NEC - NIPPON ELECTRIC COMPANY: JAPAN 1987: March 4, 1987
Met with Mr. Segi Hitori, North American General Sales manager. A detailed discussion on the latest state of the art switching equipment. Meeting centered on the new NEAX 61 Switch, which is of a modular nature and will support full ISDN implementation.
KYOTO UNIVERSITY: JAPAN 1987: March 5, 1987
Visited KYOTO AI Laboratory for hands on demonstration of AI parsing software. Inspected the M-PROLOG machine built by Mitsubishi, the accumulative result of the highly publicized MITI fifth generation project.
TODAI UNIVERSITY: JAPAN 1987: March 6, 1987
Visited Tokyo University. Reviewed computer room facilities of Japan's premier educational institution. Reviewed mainframe operations and Local Area Network control center. Full range of Hatachi computer equipment up to and including super computers where on display.
COMDEX - FALL '86: Nov. 11, 1986 thru Nov. 13, 1986. Las Vegas, Nevada
Attended COMDEX to review the latest in Micro hardware and software. Attended seminars and exhibits on Intel 386 chip, laser disk, optical scanners, and desk top publishing. Investigated the direction of the next generation of professional color output devices along with voice and optical inputs.
XEROX LOOPS SYMPOSIUM: September 30, 1986. Kansas City, Kansas.
Attended Xerox's AI user group for a detailed discussion in the different paradigms being developed in their PARC research lab. Extended discussion on the future direction of parallel processing in the Xerox environment. Main topic was merging Common Lisp and Object Oriented Programming. Dr. Larry Masinter.
LONG BEACH AI EXPO: April 29, 1986 thru May 1, 1986. Long Beach, Calif.
Attended AI Expo & Seminars to review the latest state of Artificial Intelligence hardware, and software. A comparison to the 1985 Expo, allowed an overview of the current position of the industry and the vendors present. In depth study of the up coming marriage of LISP and PROLOG.
Ninth International Joint Conference on AI: August 18 - 23, '85. UCLA, LA, Calif.
Attended the conference to review the latest state of the art in the areas of Expert Systems, Knowledge Base Engineering, and Natural Language Recognition. Reviewed the status of hardware and software releases.
BELLCORE Al Symposium: June 18, 1985. Somerset, New Jersey
Attended the BELLCORE Artificial Intelligence Symposium as the pressrooms representative of Robert Heldman, Chief Corporate Scientist - Northwestern Bell Director Technical Assessment. The meeting was to discuss the present state of AI, and it's future applications, implications, and implementation on the Bell Operating Companies.
NORTHWESTERN BELL ROUNDTABLE: April 30, 1985. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Attended a roundtable discussion with twenty of NWB's leading specialists on the past twenty years of technical advances. Brainstorming session on what direction the next twenty years of high tech will bring & how to capitalize and direct the corporate response.
LONG BEACH AI EXPO: May 1, 1985 thru May 4, 1985. Long Beach, Calif.
Attended AI Expo & Seminars to review the latest state of Artificial Intelligence hardware, and software. Comparisons of Lisp and Prolog software, along with detailed discussions on Expert Systems, and overview of multiple parallel processors.
MULTIPLEX & FIBER TRNG: March 31, 1985 thru April 5, 1985. Fairfax, Virginia
Attended NEC Radio and Transmission school for detailed training on Digital Theory, T1, DS2, DS3, 135, & 405 Multiplexing, De-multiplexing, and switching equipment. Extensive training on their entire fiber equipment line along with installation, deployment, and maintenance of all digital equipment was pursued. There was an in-depth review of the fiber median with a follow up discussion.
INTERLISP D TRAINING: March 4, 1985 thru March 8, 1985. Pasadena, Calif.
Attended Xerox's Programmers Intro. to INTERLISP "D". One week course of detailed discussions with representatives of SYMBOLICS Inc. on AI hardware structure and applications. Conference with Kenneth C. Jeffers of Brattle Research lnc., on custom designing of Expert Systems for Financial Applications. Review of MIT's AI lab.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE: Feb 6 - Feb 8, 1985. STANFORD, CA
Met with John McCarthy of Stanford University to obtain his views on the state of Artificial intelligence in the industry. Dr. McCarthy was the founding father of lisp processing.
AI HARDWARE TRAINING: Jan. 13, 1985 thru Jan. 17, 1985. Cambridge, Mass.
Attended Lisp Machine Inc. hardware training for their field service technicians. One week of detailed breakdown of the Lambda machine, with a complete review of hardware architecture. Built from the board level, a complete A~ machine, with emphasis on installation, debugging, & maintenance.
ZETALISP TRAINING: Nov. 25, 1984 thru Nov. 30, 1984. Cambridge, Mass.
Attended Lisp Machine Inc. software training on ZetaLisp. One week course of intense training on the principles of AI, Lisp processing, and Expert Systems. Detailed instruction in PICON software, used in expert processing in manufacturing, and aerospace industries.
COMDEX FALL '84: Nov. 13, 1984 thru Nov. 14, 1984. Las Vegas, Nevada
Attended COMDEX expo to review the latest in Micro hardware and software. Attended seminars and exhibits on Local Area Networks (LAN's) and Value Added Networks (VAN's). Special emphasis on integration of existing software packages.
SIGGRAPH GRAPHICS CONVENTION: July 24 - 26, 1984. Minneapolis, Minn.
Attended SIGGRAPH graphics convention to ascertain what the latest state of graphic software and hardware. Researched existing Computed Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), and Business Graphic packages.
UNIX PROGRAMMING: March 21, 1982 thru March 23, 1982. Omaha, Nebraska
Detailed training on shell procedures and their relationship to C programming concepts. The theory and structure of shell programming, along with the system operations were covered.
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS WORKSHOP: March 10 - 11, 1982. Omaha, NE
A workshop on how to break down a product into it's component parts, analysis the productivity of each task and prepare a formal presentation on the performance of the product.