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In-the-SPIN Newsletter

In-the-SPIN is an electronic newsletter published by the Boston SPIN for its members and the software community. It is distributed to the Boston SPIN's 1,000+ members and freely available on our website. In-the-SPIN's goal is to benefit members by providing information on upcoming events, supplementing SPIN meetings with additional information and helping members connect with one another.

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2009/2010:

#63: July 2010
#62: April 2010
#61: January 2010
#60: November 2009

2008/2009:

#59: Summer 2009
#58: Spring 2009
#57: Winter 2008/2009

2005/2006:

#56: Spring 2006 (PDF, 979 KB)

2004/2005:

#55: December 2005 (PDF, 389 KB)
#54: February 2005 (PDF, 455 KB)

2003/2004:

#53: March 2004 (PDF, 573 KB)

2002/2003:

#52: April 2003 (PDF, 356 KB)
#51: January 2003 (PDF, 526 KB)
#50: November 2002 (PDF, 565 KB)
#49: September 2002 (PDF, 382 KB)

2001/2002:

#48: June 2002 (PDF, 703 KB)
#47: April 2002 (PDF, 839 KB)
#46: March 2002 (PDF, 594 KB)
#45: February 2002 (PDF, 366 KB)
#44: January 2002 (PDF, 333 KB)
#43: December 2001 (PDF, 316 KB)
#42: November 2001 (PDF, 382 KB)
#41: Fall 2001 (PDF, 362 KB)

2000/2001:

#40: Spring 2001 (PDF, 286 KB)
#39: Winter 2000 (PDF, 566 KB)
#38: Fall 2000 (PDF, 399 KB)
#37: August 2000 (PDF, 77 KB)

1999/2000:

#36: April/May 2000 (PDF, 136 KB)
#35: March 2000 (PDF, 76 KB)
#34: February 2000 (PDF, 64 KB)
#33: January 2000 (PDF, 73 KB)
#32: December 1999 (PDF, 84 KB)
#31: November 1999 (PDF, 76 KB)
#30: October 1999 (PDF, 61 KB)
#29: September 1999 (PDF, 50 KB)

1998/1999:

#28: June 1999 (PDF, 157 KB)
#27: May 1999 (PDF, 99 KB)
#26: April 1999 (PDF, 159 KB)
#25: March 1999 (PDF, 54 KB)
#24: February 1999 (PDF, 115 KB)
#23: January 1999 (PDF, 160 KB)
#22: December 1998 (PDF, 120 KB)
#21: November 1998 (PDF, 280 KB)
#20: October 1998 (PDF, 127 KB)
#19: September 1998 (PDF, 60 KB)

1997/1998:

#18: May 1998
#17: November 1997
#16: October 1997
#15: August 1997

1996/1997:

#14: June 1997
#13: February 1997
#12: January 1997
#11: September 1996

1995/1996:

#10: May 1996
#9: March/April 1996
#8: January 1996
#7: November 1995
#6: September/October 1995

1995/1996:

#5: June/July 1995
#4: May 1995
#3: March 1995
#2: February 1995
#1: January 1995


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In-the-SPIN Newsletter: Editorial & Submission Guidelines


In-the-SPIN
is an electronic newsletter published by the Boston SPIN for its members and the software community.   It is distributed to the Boston SPIN's 1,000+ members and freely available on our website.  In-the-SPIN's goal is to benefit members by:

1) Providing information about upcoming meetings and events that are of interest to members

2) Supplementing Boston SPIN presentations and roundtables with additional information to help further readers' own software development knowledge and capabilities

3) Helping connect Boston SPIN members with one another


Frequency and Scope

In-the-SPIN is distributed every 2-3 months during the Boston SPIN annual schedule, which runs from September through June.   Each issue will focus on the topics of the prior 2-3 SPIN meetings, and upcoming events leading up to the next issue.


Submission Guidelines

Articles submitted for consideration should be a maximum of 300 words and cover a Boston SPIN Presentation or Roundtable topic from the prior meeting.   

Articles should be focused on providing readers with a practical tip or information they can use to apply the topic's information to their own projects, rather than simply summarizing the talk or roundtable.

Articles should be written in an informal tone, with an active voice that speaks to and engages the user.

Short and succinct articles are most likely to be read in their entirety, so authors are encouraged to limit their writing to the essential points and provide links for readers to obtain additional information.

In-the-SPIN does not publish advertisements or articles that promote commercial products or services.

All submissions should be made to newsletter@boston-spin.org by the last day of the month in which the topic was presented.  The In-the-SPIN editor reserves the right to edit each submission for accuracy, content, length, and style.   By submitting an article to us, you agree to let us use the article in our newsletter.  However, you retain the copyright to your work and are free to re-publish it elsewhere once it has been published in In-the-SPIN.


Member Blogs

Boston SPIN is also interested in helping members connect with one another and learn what their peers are saying about our topics.  If you have blogged about any of our recent SPIN meetings, email newsletter@boston-spin.org   and we will include a link to your blog in the next In-the-SPIN.


Upcoming Events

If you know of an upcoming free or non-profit software process improvement event in the Boston area, email us at newsletter@boston-spin.org and we will try to include it in our next issue.
 

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