|Volume 2 Number 4 September 2005
Welcome to the September issue of The TechnicalCounsel(sm) News, our consulting practice's quarterly newsletter.
In this issue:
|Code Portability and Related Issues for EPIC
|University of Vermont
|Architectural Techniques for Interoperability and Coexistence
|St. Michaels College
|Safe Computing in the Age of Ubiquitous Connectivity
|Les Approximations Dangereuses: The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Other Dangerous Approximations
|Implications of Recent Legal Changes on Systems Management and Information Assurance
Mr. Gezelter had been scheduled to present Safe Computing in the Age of Ubiquitous Connectivity in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 17, 2005. The tragic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has made the date and place of this presentation uncertain. In the aftermath of Katrina, chapter activities have been postponed until further notice. Please watch http://www.rlgsc.com/upcoming.html for details concerning schedule.
Our prayers and best wishes are with our colleagues in the Gulf Coast area, who are dealing with the problems caused by Katrina, both personal and professional.
IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitor Program sponsors presentation on Software Architecture in Memphis
The Memphis chapter of the
IEEE Computer Society, together with the
University of Memphis has invited Mr. Gezelter to present
Architectural Issues for Embedded Processors and Applications on November 2, 2005.
The capabilities of embedded microprocessors and microcontrollers have dramatically increased in capability from the very primitive,
limited capabilities of the original Intel 4004 to capabilities approaching yesterday’s mainframes.
The complexity of their tasks has increased accordingly. Mr. Gezelter will explore architectural
techniques that can be used to effectively harness the power of today’s microcontrollers.
The full abstract along with the exact time and location of this presentation is posted on
Following the talk, the slides from the presentation will be available through our presentations page.
Speech at HP Technology Forum on OpenVMS Storage Migration
Hurricane Katrina forced the re-scheduling of the
HP Technology Forum,
originally scheduled for New Orleans, Louisiana (September 12-15).
The HP Technology Forum has been rescheduled for Orlando, Florida (October 17-20, 2005).
Mr. Gezelter will present
Migrating OpenVMS Storage Environments without
Following the talk, the final slides from this presentation will be available through our www site at:
Encompass Canada Montreal Seminar features OpenVMS topics
Mr. Gezelter will present OpenVMS-related sessions on October 27 in Montreal at the
Encompass Canada seminar.
The precise topics are not yet finalized. Please watch
http://www.rlgsc.com/upcoming.html for details.
Future IEEE-sponsored Speeches
Mr. Gezelter is in discussion with several IEEE chapters throughout North America concerning presentations
under the auspices of
the Computer Society's Distinguished Visitor's Program.
As scheduling arrangements are finalized, we will keep our readers advised.
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