Topic: 7-Minute Presentations

Date:Tuesday, May 24
Time:5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)
Location: Eaton Corporation
26201 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield, MI 48076 (map)
Enter at South door, which will be marked with SEMIUG sign.
Speakers:Our own members
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For our May user group meeting we are featuring 7 Minute Presentations. The presentations will be provided by user group members to share something useful with our local community. We all have tips, techniques, solutions and information that we have accumulated that we use within our own environments that can benefit others through sharing. The intent of the meeting is to share with others something useful they can take back and make use of within their environments. There is no set format. You can share using slides, sharing screens or simply through discussion. The meeting will be presented on site at Eaton and also in webinar format allowing attendees to join in remotely. The only rules are you have 7 minutes max to share. It can be on any topic related to IT; RPG, SQL, Ops/Admin, RDi, Application Modernization, Cloud, Project Management, Analysis, Design, Utilities, Technical Resources, Education, PHP, Java, .Net, ERP, EDI, time savers, tips/techniques, data analytics...

We know you have plenty to share that can help others.
Would you be willing and able to participate by signing up to do a 7 minute presentation?

The Presenters

Nancy Lewis - IBM's DB2 Web Query for the i and WebFocus

Leo Whitaker - Compressing Large Files (Greater than 4 Gigs)

Doug Rezanka

Joy Chen

Ted Holt

Laura Ubelhor - Tips and Hints; Directions: FIND command (courtesy of Jeff Schefke)