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WUG - WebSphere User's Groups

 
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WebSphere User's Groups
The joint Open Systems Community endeavors by IBM have culminated in interesting developments. One of these efforts is hosted by IBM through Group Intelligence for the Websphere.org user's groups and websphere.org message lists for developers. Group intelligence coordinates all the efforts even sending IBM technical engineering speakers and allowing for local meeting support at IBM campus and business partner relationships. These ARE THE ONLY IBM advocated WebSphere user's groups and well worth a look. For instance the last local group of POWUG hosted Randal Schwartz for a discussion of mod perl in http. IBM's announcement of the P5/AIX intregration and threading processing has exceptional implications for WebSphere developers. Watchout .NET!
For a complete list of WebSphere user's groups, see http://www.websphere.org
Lisa Kachold
iSeries/WebSphere
NCS Tek, Inc.
12021 NE Sumner Street
Portland, OR 97220-1058
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