It is hard to believe that fall is already upon us and kids are headed back to school whether in person, hybrid, or online. Families are challenged with the added stress of working from home or at the office and managing day to day family life and their children’s educational needs.
When the IDUG team decided to shift its marquee North America event to a virtual platform, it meant reimagining the whole conference experience for attendees, speakers, and vendors. As we changed plans, we kept the IDUG mission at the forefront of our thoughts.
This year has been increasingly challenging to manage as we continue to deal with the effects of COVID-19 and the ramifications it has had on all of us personally and professionally. Many have been dealing with working from home for many months now, juggling work and family
As I begin my year as president of IDUG I hope that all members of the IDUG community, their families, friends and co-workers are safe during these difficult times. The North American Conference marks the transition for the IDUG leadership team. Billy will now begin his year as past president and
I hope you, your families, and your friends are staying safe during this time. As I sat down to write this newsletter, I realized that this will be my penultimate newsletter as IDUG’s president. In a short few weeks, during the virtual conference, I will be handing the reins over to the incoming