CalConnect is running a workshop on time zones in February.
“CalConnect invites you to attend an open, one-day workshop on Timezone implementation and management in information technology, and how it can be improved. The workshop will be held Tuesday, February 2, 2009, from 0830-1730, hosted by Microsoft in Redmond, Washington. Registration is by invitation, and is limited to approximately 30 people. No fee will be charged. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. There will be a reception or dinner after the workshop.
This workshop is intended for and open by invitation to parties with an interest in Timezones, how they are currently implemented and managed, and what to do about them in the future. We particularly want to attract representatives of other industry and technology areas to gain a broad perspective on the problems with Timezones as implemented today, and the relevance of our proposed direction. You do not need to be a CalConnect member to attend the workshop.”
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