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User Groups provide an organized community that educates members about standards, computing industry trends, and the local job markets. They provide an opportunity for people with similar interests to share and exchange ideas, knowledge, source code, and experiences.
"Knowledge lives in communities, not individuals. A computer user who's not part of a community of computer users is going to have a harder time of it than one who is." -- Phil Agre (UCLA Professor)
Valley of the Sun Local User Groups Arizona Internet Professionals Association
Arizona Open Technology Organization
Arizona PHP Users Group
ASU Linux Users Group
ASU Open Source Special Interest Group
ASU Unix Network Users Group
Arizona System Administrators Guild
Mac OS X Users Group
Phoenix Java Users Group
Phoenix Linux Users Group
Phoenix PC Users Group
Phoenix Perl Monger Group
Technology Officers Association
Find when Nth day-of-week occurs.
Many user groups meet on the
Nthday-of-week of every month (e.g. third Wednesday, second Tuesday, etc.).
How about a beer users group?
Scheduling OutlineMac OS X: 1st Wednesday (location floats) TechieTues: 2nd Tuesday (Owl's Nest; Tempe) PHXJUG: 2nd Wednesday (UACT; Phx/Tempe) PLUG: 2nd Thursday (Sequoia; Mesa) Stammtisch: 3rd Tuesday (Muse Cafe; Tempe) AzPHP: 4th Tuesday (Walt's TV; Tempe) TecOA: last Wednesday (usually somewhere in Tempe) AZSAGE: 2nd Wednesday (every other month starting with Jan; floats) week1: mon (feb, apr, jun, aug, oct, dec) week2: tue, wed (collision on odd months), thu week3: tue week4: tue
Author: Gerald D. Thurman
Created: 15 May 2002