Computer Club Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
The Computer Club has many groups that meet each month to discuss topics of interest. Computer Club members, click on the SIG name below for description, and meeting schedule.
For those who are interested in coding, this SIG provides a place where discussion and information can be exchanged.
This special interest group deals with CyberSecurity in all forms. Check out the news feed from the CyberSecurity SIG, which is an entry on the SIG menu.
The First Time SIG is for members seeking answers to their questions about how to use computers. Its volunteers assist beginning computer users to become more knowledgeable about their computers and to use them more effectively. For more information click on the name First Time just above.
The Genealogy SIG provides a forum for the exchange of information and experience about the use of computer programs and the many resources found on the web for genealogical research.
The iDEVICES SIG provides opportunity for sharing of experiences and knowledge about iPhones, iPads, Apple watches, iTunes & Applications. It meets most months on the 2nd Friday at 1:30 pm in the Activity Center Atrium.
A forum for the informal exchange of information and to educate and guide one another on how to experiment, design, and implement the microprocessors, micro-controllers, sensors, and activators associated with the Internet of Things.
The VectorVest & Beyond (VVB) Special Interest Group (SIG) provides a forum for the exchange of information and experience about investing software for curious members at beginning and intermediate levels. The goal is to learn more about using tools found within VectorVest.com and other software such as AAII.com, FinViz.com, Morningstar.com, and StockCharts.com.
The WINDOWS SIG is dedicated to the understanding and proficiency of the Microsoft Windows operating systems. It meets the 2nd Tuesday at 3:00 PM.