Interesting GNSEG meeting

David Marston (marston@coos.dartmouth.edu)
Tue, 9 Jul 1996 23:27:36 -0400

I thought many NNEUUG members might be interested in this product from
a NH-based company. While marking your calendars, note that NNEUUG will
meet in Manchester on July 31 and Dover (NH) on Tuesday, August 27. The
latter is a CHANGE OF DATE due better room availability on Tuesdays.
More details will be sent to the nneuug-announce list in a couple days.
.................David Marston

Subject: JULY GNSEG MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
Reply-To: Walter Warren <wrw@ced.nashua.nh.us>

"POUR ON THE JAVA HOLD THE PROGRAMMING"

What: JULY GNSEG MEETING
When: Thursday, July 11, 1996 at 7:00 pm
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Somerset Blvd., Nashua
(off Amherst Street, or take Exit 8 off the F. E. Everett Turnpike)

"Java is one of the most significant and rapidly evolving software
innovations in years ... In existence for little more than one year, Java
has already become the de facto standard for Internet and Intra net
applications, as well as general purpose applications." (from Java Expo)

July's GNSEG meeting will feature JAMBA, the soon-to-be-released Java
Authoring Software developed by AimTech Corporation of Nashua NH. Built on
AimTech's proven object-oriented software technology, JAMBA is expected to
set a new standard for easy-to-use tools that enhance web sites with
multi-media and interactivity.

The presentation will run till between 8:00 and 8:30 pm.. We'll then have
our usual time for open networking, discussions, GNSEG news, and whatever
comes up. As you know, networking is an important part of the GNSEG, so
come ready to talk about what you do and what you may need.

GNSEG concentrates on the business issues important to software companies
and entrepreneurs, and is part of the Greater Nashua Center For Economic
Development (CED). If you have any questions about GNSEG, or the program,
please contact Walter Warren (walter@gnseg.org)

For last minute updates, notices, and events, check out:
http://www.gnseg.org

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