It is the Thanksgiving week here in the United States, which means the year is slowly but surely coming to an end. The Thanksgiving holiday is a time for reflection and retrospection. I am thankful for the countless hours that IDUG volunteers have spent in making IDUG one of the best run user groups
It is almost November, which means it is time to change our clocks. The first weekend in November marks the end of Daylight Savings. Though we only set our clocks back an hour, it can completely shift our experience of time
Recap of IDUG content for the month of August 2019.
It is the end of August—back-to-school season here in the US. Two years ago, I decided to go back to school to get my second master’s degree. I realize that going back to school and IDUG have a lot in common.
I can’t believe it has almost been a month since I wrote the first newsletter. It is summer time here in the US, the season where we try to take a break, travel, and recharge ourselves. I have been trying to juggle the traveling act with all my regular duties, including writing the IDUG newsletter.