[TriLUG] Fwd: Triangle Novell Users' Group Meeting - Tomorrow night 1/25
jon.strickland at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 12:08:22 EST 2005
FYI. Anyone interested in VMware is welcome to attend the meeting.
Please register on the web site so they can have an accurate head
count for food and seating.
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From: Triangle Novell Users Group Info <tnuginfo at trianglenug.org>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2005 11:47:15 -0500
Subject: Triangle Novell Users' Group Meeting - Tomorrow night 1/25
To: jon.strickland at gmail.com
The next Novell Users Group Meeting is next Tuesday, January 25th at
6:30 pm and our topic will be VMware. The meeting will be held in the
seminar room at the corporate headquarters of Alphanumeric Systems, off
Wake Forest Rd in Raleigh.
Tommy Walker of VMware, will give a technical presentation followed by a
demonstration of some of their products. For those of you evaluating
Novell Linux Desktop 9 or Novell's upcoming Open Enterprise server this
meeting might provide some insight into how to build a development
environment using some of VMware's product offerings. Please feel free
to spread the word about the meeting to anyone you feel might benefit
For more meeting details and directions to the meeting, as well as links
to more information on VMware, please go to our web site at
http://www.trianglenug.org/. If you haven't already registered to
attend this meeting please register at
so we can get an accurate head count for pizza and seating.
If you have friends or co-workers that might be interested in attending
and/or becoming a member of the users' group please direct them to our
web site at http://www.trianglenug.org/. If they cannot make the
meeting, please suggest they consider creating an account on the site
and participating in our online forums.
Should anyone have questions about our January meeting please email us.
We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting!!
Triangle Novell Users' Group
3801 Wake Forest Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27609
tnuginfo at trianglenug.org
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