LOCAL: [Hampton Roads, VA] Tidewater UNIX Users Group Meeting

LOCAL: [Hampton Roads, VA] Tidewater UNIX Users Group Meeting

Post by Tom Mano » Fri, 30 May 1997 04:00:00



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TIDEWATER UNIX USER'S GROUP MEETING

Where:   InfiNet Building, 4th floor conference room
         See below for directions...

When:    Tuesday, June 3, 1997,  7:30PM

Discussion Topics:

*    This month Bill Roberts of InfiNet will provide an introduction to
     programming in Perl, with examples of typical (and some not so typ-
     ical) text processing and networking applications. Bill is cur-
     rently involved in some pretty hairy Perl programming in InfiNet's
     Network Engineering Division.

*    Of course, the usual hour or so of general UNIX talk and other
     stimulating conversation.

*    We need an owner for the TWUUG web site. I'll be asking for volun-
     teers at the meeting. The web site is hosted on a Linux machine
     running the latest Apache server. For now, you can see it at
     http://www.plankton.norfolk.va.us/twuug

*    For help or questions:


                     Directions to InfiNet Headquarters:

*    The InfiNet Building is at 740 Duke St., at the corner of Duke St.
     and Grace St. in downtown Norfolk

*    FROM 264: Get off onto Waterside Drive downtown.  Follow Waterside
     Drive past the Union Mission (on your right) and continue to Bram-
     bleton.  Make a left onto Brambleton and make your first right onto
     Duke St.  The InfiNet  building is on the corner of Duke and Grace
     Streets.  There is an entrance to the parking lot just before the
     building on Duke.  Park in any of the many InfiNet parking places.
     Go around the building to the front door and buzz for the fourth
     floor.  Come in and ride the elevator to the fourth.  Turn right
     and walk into sales.  They'll tell you where to go :-)

*    From Downtown Norfolk: From Brambleton, make a left onto Duke St.
     and see the paragraph above.

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LOCAL: [Hampton Roads, VA] Tidewater UNIX Users Group Meeting

Post by Tom Mano » Fri, 30 May 1997 04:00:00


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TIDEWATER UNIX USER'S GROUP MEETING

Where:   InfiNet Building, 4th floor conference room
         See below for directions...

When:    Tuesday, June 3, 1997,  7:30PM

Discussion Topics:

*    This month Bill Roberts of InfiNet will provide an introduction to
     programming in Perl, with examples of typical (and some not so typ-
     ical) text processing and networking applications. Bill is cur-
     rently involved in some pretty hairy Perl programming in InfiNet's
     Network Engineering Division.

*    Of course, the usual hour or so of general UNIX talk and other
     stimulating conversation.

*    We need an owner for the TWUUG web site. I'll be asking for volun-
     teers at the meeting. The web site is hosted on a Linux machine
     running the latest Apache server. For now, you can see it at
     http://www.plankton.norfolk.va.us/twuug

*    For help or questions:


                     Directions to InfiNet Headquarters:

*    The InfiNet Building is at 740 Duke St., at the corner of Duke St.
     and Grace St. in downtown Norfolk

*    FROM 264: Get off onto Waterside Drive downtown.  Follow Waterside
     Drive past the Union Mission (on your right) and continue to Bram-
     bleton.  Make a left onto Brambleton and make your first right onto
     Duke St.  The InfiNet  building is on the corner of Duke and Grace
     Streets.  There is an entrance to the parking lot just before the
     building on Duke.  Park in any of the many InfiNet parking places.
     Go around the building to the front door and buzz for the fourth
     floor.  Come in and ride the elevator to the fourth.  Turn right
     and walk into sales.  They'll tell you where to go :-)

*    From Downtown Norfolk: From Brambleton, make a left onto Duke St.
     and see the paragraph above.

- --
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PLEASE remember a short description of the software and the LOCATION.
This group is archived at http://www.iki.fi/liw/linux/cola.html

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