Elizabeth Krumbach on 28 Jun 2009 08:12:36 -0700

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[PLUG] [plug-announce] July 1, 2009: "Introduction to Perforce Fast SCM, a centralized client/server multi-platform tool"

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 Wednesday's talk "Introduction to Perforce Fast SCM" will be presented by
 Lee Marzke.

 Lee's background includes supporting software development at embedded
 avionics design houses, and both UNIX and MS .NET software shops.   Lee
 has worked with Perforce for over 12 years, and is a certified Perforce
 consulting partner.   He has helped migrate over a half dozen shops to
 Perforce ranging in size from 5 users to over 100 users with hundreds of
 active projects.

 Lee's talk will cover both the technical and business aspects of selecting
 and using Perforce, including a live demo.

 A pre-installed virtual machine with P4 server, clients and sample data
 will be available at the meeting or by contacting Lee directly (lee at
 marzke dot net).

 The meeting will take place from 7-9pm at:

         University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP)
         Griffith Hall C
         600 South 43rd Street
         Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495

 USP is located in University City.  Driving directions are
 available at <http://www.phillylinux.org/locations/usp.html>, or
 <http://www.usip.edu/directions/>, both of which have an aerial
 view of the campus buildings.  USP is also easily accessible by
 public transportation.

 There will be an open Question & Answer session at 7PM, prior to
 the main presentation at 8PM.  This is an open meeting; all are
 welcome, and encouraged to attend.

 Usually, a number of members get together after the meeting at a
 nearby restaurant for food and perhaps a beer or two.  Come join
 the camaraderie!
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