You are probably aware of this but in case you aren’t, daylight savings time has changed in 2007.
The standard dates for North American Daylight Saving Time (DST) change in March 2007. Previously, DST began on the first Sunday in April and ended on the last Sunday in October. As of March 2007, DST begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.
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WHEN WILL THIS HAPPEN?
SUNDAY, March 11th, 2007 2:00 AM
I just received my Web Programming Associate Certificate from BCIT – with honors. Started the program in 2003 and just completed it this November 2006. The program was 30 credits long and included ASP.NET with C#, PHP, C, C++, Java, HTML, and XML. Learned a lot and would recommend anyone to take it.
This was emailed to me by Graham Jones, President of VANTUG
The VANTUG Community Launch has been scheduled for 6:30pm (welcome time 6pm) Tuesday, February 20th at the Holiday Inn Downtown, 1110 Howe Street, Vancouver. It is very important that we make this a successful event. A lot of kudos is associated with these events when it comes to MSFT. So encourage your friends and colleagues to attend.
There will be 4 topics:
Vista (Jose Pereira)
Exchange 2007 (Doug Cowie)
Framework 3.0 (Sergio Aquino)
Sharepoint 2007/Groove (Ciarana McAuliffe)
Each session will be roughly 40 mins with approx. 20 mins devoted to presentation/demos and 20 mins to Q&A/discussion. This is a community event so I would like to see as much audience participation as possible. Although we have presenters I want us all to benefit from the entire knowledge/experience/interest in the room. The presenters will be largely responsible for the presentation content but since this is a “community” event, if you wish, I would like you to reply to this email with content suggestions for any or all of the topics and we will do our best to incorporate the most popular.
My target attendance is a minimum of 150. Let’s show MSFT and Culminis that we are worthy of the high standing that we have with both those organizations.
To register please use the following link:
PS Don’t forget to register for TechFest 2007 on February 24th at BCIT
Merry Xmas to all our clients. 2006 has been a year of catch-up, where we helped you keep what you currently have running smoothly. Unfortunately, we should look at being more proactive instead of reactive. For next year, we hope to see some major changes. Some clients may be upgrading their infrastructure to Microsoft-platform instead of Linux, while others make the jump to the Office 2003 package. I hope we have been good business partners in all your business ventures. We look forward to serving you again in 2007.
We finally completed this 12-week course and am I glad it is over. The major assignment was about an online shopping application and it involved using ADO.NET, master/theme pages, best practices, data sanitizing, security by using membership roles, authentication/authorization controls, and many other exciting features. I learned a lot and would definitely like to spend more time putting this technology to use.
Our web hosting service has gone through an upgrade and has somehow affected our website. Please be patient as I continue to restore our website.