July 16, 1998
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We have a new release of Razor available on our web site: Version 4.1(c), patch level 5. You can download it directly from here.
Although there's the expected collection of bug fixes (fully detailed in the related release notes), the bulk of the changes relate to IssueWeaver. These come not only as fixes, but the addition of some significant new options for how it runs and can be configured. For example...
- Improved speed and security handling
- Availability of styles and meta-tags
- Better handling of sorts and filters
- Ability to view modification dates from main display
Also, in an effort to better serve our customers, we will be issuing an identification number whenever new license keys are provided (i.e. additional purchases, service renewals). We would greatly appreciate your including this identification number in all correspondence with Tower Concepts. Thanks! :)
Another reminder: our next training class for Razor will be held Wed-Fri, September 30th through October 2nd. If you'd like to see what we did the last time around, take a look at our web site.
We'll have more details coming out shortly, but we felt it was worth letting you know the dates so you can start marking it on your calendars. People have already started signing up, so you may want to act soon. In fact, if we receive your registration before August 29th, you'll get a complimentary Tower Concepts polo shirt.
Just contact us for details.
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is holding a symposium on July 27-30 in Vancouver, BC. The theme, "People, Teams and Systems," focuses on systems engineers applying their methods and tools, collaborating within and across integrated project teams, and building effective operational systems. And, of course, we'll be there. At Booth #1, in fact! You can read more about it at...
We'll also be joining our friends from QSS, Verilog, and TD Technologies in Distributive Data Systems "Get Wired" program. It should be a pretty impressive demonstration.
If you plan on showing up, and let us know ahead of time, we'll keep a prize available for you.
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