May 22, 1998
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Our recent training class (at the Turning Stone Casino Resort) turned out to be a resounding success.
"The course provides me with the confidence to take on tasks that I would have [been too] timid to perform."
- Patrick Arscott
Lockheed Martin, Syracuse NY
"The best course I have ever attended! Nice job, folks. [...] Much was learned and the camaraderie of the class was a pleasant side benefit. This can be attributed to the atmosphere, but is probably more traceable to the spirit of the folks at Tower Concepts."
- Doug Smith
"Excellent knowledge of the subject. Great teaching style and delivery. Very good balance between lecture and questions. [...] The two extra classes (UNIX and HTML) are excellent. UNIX and HTML are the cornerstone of any razor implementation. The largest assest that Razor provides are the endless configuration options. [...] I enjoyed the class a great deal."
- Al Menendez
Space Coast Information Systems, Inc.
(blush) Thanks everyone for a wonderful and fruitful time.
We are expecting to have our next class in September, and we'll keep you posted via our web pages and our Concepts Newsletter.
Generally, we've sent the same 'Concepts' newsletter to all of our subscribers. The goal has been to keep both our customers, and our friends informed about our company, and our product.
In our last Concepts, we began a 'Tips & Tricks' column, where we could expound on various points about the use and administration of Razor. We believe that this is an excellent addition to our documentation and support services. While we felt these tips would be of great value to real Razor users, we worried that they may prove tedious to the rest of the subscribers.
We've started a new web page to serve as a holding ground for our growing collection of technical tips, tricks, and notes.
Pass the word around your site, and let us know what you think.
The web is a wonderful and wonderous thing. We'd probably all agree though that there's a lot of junk out there. That's why it's refreshing to see some people who do it right. And, if you're already a fan of National Public Radio (NPR), then you'll appreciate the following links:
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