Carolina Chapter, STC: Meeting Announcement for March [Advertisement]

Subject: Carolina Chapter, STC: Meeting Announcement for March [Advertisement]
From: "USA::MU17692" <MU17692%USA -dot- decnet -at- USAV01 -dot- GLAXO -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 1995 09:17:00 EST

Society for Technical Communication (STC)
Carolina Chapter

Meeting Announcement

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* What's Object-Oriented Got to Do with It? *
* A Ten Step Program for Successful OO Projects *
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What: Discussion of concrete steps that writers and
their teams can take to meet the challenges of
an object-oriented project. Colleagues Berry,
Mobley, and Turk will present this program at the
42nd Annual Conference next month.

Who: Robert Berry, IBM: has worked on Visual Age and
Distributed Smalltalk products.
Karen Mobley, formerly with IBM: OS/2 Presentation
Manager software develper and
writer.
Kathryn Turk, IBM: has worked on IBM User
Interface Class Library and Visual
Age products.

When: Thursday, March 9, 1995; 6:00 p.m. (Social),
6:30 p.m. (Program)

Where: Northern Telecom (RTP) auditorium. Reach Northern
Telecom from I-40 by taking exit 280 to Davis
Drive. Both westbound and eastbound travelers
will turn left as you emerge from the exit onto
Davis Drive. Get into the leftmost lane to
prepare for an upcoming turn. At the second stop-
light, where Davis Drive intersects Highway 54,
turn left (east). You will pass the Becton
Dickinson site on your left and continue past the
first entrance to Northern Telecom. Prepare to
make a left turn at the upcoming stoplight, which
will lead you into the main Northern Telecom
entrance. (BNR's entrance will be to your right
at this intersection.)

Continue on the main road until it ends. You may
park in available spaces at this time of day.
Enter the building via the west door, where you
must check in with the security staff.


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