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We are a nonprofit group located in Westchester County New York. Our goal is to increase the computer knowledge of our 300 members. Our Main Meetings are held once a month. We have over 20 Workshops that meet on a regular basis and discuss everything from beginner topics to the latest in programming languages. Please join us!

Main Meetings 


May 1st, 2014 — 7 p.m.

White Plains Middle School, Room 261

        Plan now to attend!


Sean Forman, owner of Sports Reference,
will be sharing details of the inner workings of
the extensive database he maintains in baseball,
football and Olympic sports, among others.
He will explain how his database was
conceived, designed, implemented, and set
up for a good user experience. His aim has
always been to provide the easiest-to-use,
fastest, most complete sources for sports statistics anywhere.

Sean will be presenting from his headquarters
in Philadelphia, directly to our General Meeting
on May 1, 2014. He will be addressing
how he collects and maintains such a massive
amount of data (he has baseball statistics
dating back to 1871) and makes queries
and general use easy for even the first-time

For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at

What's Next in Health

June 5,
2014 — 7 p.m.

White Plains Middle School, Room 261

Plan now to attend!


Futurist and Bestselling Author
Fard Johnmar Explains

Join Fard Johnmar, digital health futurist
and co-author of the No. 1 global Amazon
bestseller, “ePatient 2015: 15 Surprising
Trends Changing Health Care,” as he explains
how digital technologies, history,
legislation, and culture are combining to
rapidly transform how people manage their
care and interact with each other. His main
goal is to help people understand how to use
health technologies to shape behavior and
promote their well-being.

Learn more about Fard and the book at


For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at

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