Friday, June 20, 1997, at the Magnificent NOBLETON LAKES GOLF CLUB. Once again featuring a “scramble” format. Make your reservation today as we are limited to 80 golfers. $90 (plus GST) includes green fees, power cart prizes and a fabulous dinner. For more information contact the TUG office at (905) 607-2546 or (888) 607-2546. Payment must be made in advance. Donations to our prize table would be greatly appreciated.
Before everyone else sees it, here is your first opportunity to learn and to test drive the 'IBM BYPASS2000 for AS/400'. This is a conversion tool which uses program-understanding-technology to locate and change areas of an application (written in RPG or COBOL) that need to be changed to accommodate four-digit years. Once completed, the program’s source and data files can be recompiled and tested to ensure the application continues to execute as required.
IBM is running 2 Beta Programs on BYPASS2000 in-house in the Toronto Laboratory. Participants will have free access to all necessary tools, software, hardware and technical support. The duration is 4 weeks each. The RPG session has already been completed at print date, but there is still room in the COBOL session: 05/19 - 06/13. For further details please call Joe Chang at IBM Toronto Laboratory. Phone: (416)448-2768 Fax: (416)448-4414 E-mail: email@example.com
Saville Systems Canada Ltd., 675 Cochrane Drive, Markham, Ontario L3R 0B8 Phone: (905) 940-6000
Depending on when you receive this issue, the Technical Education Conference ‘97 may still be on, (May 6 & 7). For last minute updates to the grid, check the TUG home page on the net at www.tug.on.ca
We are seeking special individuals to serve as volunteers for TUG. Some volunteers fulfill vital executive roles, such as Treasurer and Secretary, or chair committees such as Membership, Marketing, Social, Facilities, Speakers, and Education. Others don’t have as much time to devote to TUG, but help out with smaller projects. Whether you want to work a lot, or just a little -- there could be a place for you with TUG. Give it some serious thought, then give us a call. You’ll be glad you did!
The lucky winner of a one year subscription to MC Magazine (the door prize donated by Midrange Computing), was David McGowan of Aluma Systems.