Software Forum / UniForum UNIX SIG (Sunnyvale, CA)
Everyone says that electronic commerce on the Internet is about to
boom, scores of companies are working to make it happen, and lots of
UNIX servers are in place. But what is the technical situation, and
what is reliably going to happen over the next few months? What
opportunities are there for UNIX people?
Sukan Makmuri, VP of Enterprise Architecture and Standards at Bank of
America in Concord, knows a lot about electronic commerce on Internet,
and will undertake to show us what is really happening and about to
happen. Sukan is UNIX SIG Co-Chair, and last year spoke about data
Place: Amdahl Corporation, HQ Building (Building H)
1250 E. Arques, Sunnyvale (between Central and 101)
(Right turn at first traffic light south of Lawrence)
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 8, 1996, 7:00-9:00 pm
Jobs: Job announcements can be made before the speaker starts
Cost: Free for Software Forum and UniForum members and
Amdahl employees; $10 for others.
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Software Forum, started in 1983, is a leading Silicon Valley-based
non-profit organization dedicated to software professionals, with over
900 members. It informs and educates its members on all facets of the
software industry. It sponsors 12 other SIGs, which meet once a month:
Business Operations, Client Server, Delphi, International, Internet,
Java, OpenDoc/Macintosh, Marketing, Multimedia, Networking, Visual
Basic, and Windows. Call 415/854-7219 for information.
UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a vendor-independent, not-for-profit professional association that
helps individuals and their organizations increase their Information
Systems effectiveness through the use of open systems, based on shared
industry standards. Central to UniForum's mission is the delivery of
high quality educations programs, trade shows and conferences,
publications, on-line services, and peer group interactions. Call
800/255-5620 for more UniForum information.