Terry Lasky <talasky@...>
Genealogy Software Programs Can Make You a Better Researcher with Joy Davis
Sunday, February 10 >from 10:00 am until noon followed by mentoring (for members)
until 1:00 pm At Congregation Har Hashem, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder
This program is open to the public!
By now, almost everyone who delves into their family's history is busy logging his
or her finds in one of the many available genealogy programs. But, entering data is
only half the battle. What good is the data if it never again sees the light of
day? Learning how to properly enter, manipulate, and output data can help the
family historian produce works that will delight other family members as well as
help connect more easily with other researchers.
Please join us as Joy Davis presents information and techniques that will be
helpful to both beginners and more advanced researchers!
JGSCO Vice President of Membership Joy Davis received a B.S. degree in Computer
Science >from Colorado State University. She spent 13 years designing software for
mechanical engineering and civil engineering systems. After inheriting a large, but
unwieldy, genealogy database >from her father, Joy set about using her computer
skills to clean up the database and to go farther. Since becoming semi-retired in
2003, Joy has spent considerable time creating programs for manipulating GEDCOM
files on the fly over the Internet.
JGS of Colorado