Did You Attend the BUILD #2018QRIS Conference?

Posted by Michelle Thomas, TCC Senior Policy Advisor

buildTCC was a proud 5-Star Sponsor of the BUILD 2018 QRIS National Meeting which took place in San Diego on July 16th – 18th .

Many of you visited the TCC booth during the conference to pick up an #AscendFriend and sent us great photos from the conference. We want to see you and your #AscendFriend at home and at work! Tweet and post to Facebook your fun photos using #TCCAscend!

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To find out more about TCC’s Early Childhood Integrated Data System, Ascend, please visit our website at https://www.e-tcc.com/ascend.

 

TCC Hosts a Lunch and Learn – Asynchronous Programming in .NET by Dave Fancher

Posted by Kevin Miller, TCC Senior Software Architect

TCC will host a Lunch and Learn on August 1, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the TCC office, 1022 E. 52nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 45205.

This session features Dave Fancher speaking about Asynchronous Programming in .NET. From multithreading to async/await, asynchronous programming is an important aspect of writing software that takes advantage of the underlying system resources. This talk takes a walk through the history of parallel and asynchronous programming in .NET starting with a basic synchronous process and tweaking that process to demonstrate traditional threading, the Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) approach with IAwaitResult, a variety of Task Parallel Library (TPL) examples, before wrapping up with some async/await examples. Along the way we’ll talk about the pros and cons of each approach and show some of the common pitfalls to all of them.

To reserve your spot, please visit our website http://e-tcc.com/lunch-and-learn.

TCC Hosts a Lunch and Learn – Asynchronous Programming in .NET by Dave Fancher

Posted by Kevin Miller, TCC Senior Software Architect

TCC will host a Lunch and Learn on August 1, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the TCC office, 1022 E. 52nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 45205.

This session features Dave Fancher speaking about Asynchronous Programming in .NET. From multithreading to async/await, asynchronous programming is an important aspect of writing software that takes advantage of the underlying system resources. This talk takes a walk through the history of parallel and asynchronous programming in .NET starting with a basic synchronous process and tweaking that process to demonstrate traditional threading, the Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) approach with IAwaitResult, a variety of Task Parallel Library (TPL) examples, before wrapping up with some async/await examples. Along the way we’ll talk about the pros and cons of each approach and show some of the common pitfalls to all of them.

To reserve your spot, please visit our website http://e-tcc.com/lunch-and-learn.

TCC Welcomes Jim Hmurovich as Chief Operating Officer

Posted by Steve Fey, Director of Sales and Marketing

TCC is pleased to welcome Jim Hmurovich as Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining TCC, Jim served 11 years as the President/CEO of Prevent Child Abuse America, retiring in 2016. His priorities for the organization included the development of concise, consistent messaging about the importance of preventing child abuse and neglect, the development of a statewide prevention planning process that promotes prevention as a “way of thinking, not as a funding stream”, and expanding the infrastructure of the National Office to serve more effectively the 50-state chapter network and the 600 plus home visiting sites of Healthy Families America.

Previously he successfully managed his own consulting business for 4 years after 27 years of public service. He is a former Deputy Commissioner for the Indiana Department of Correction and was the Indiana State Welfare Director, during which time Indiana was awarded 7 federal high-performance cash bonuses for successes in welfare reform and child welfare and received national recognition as a leader in the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) and for the Healthy Families Program.

Jim is the recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash, which is the highest award that can be given to an Indiana citizen for leadership and accomplishment.

To learn more about TCC please visit our website https://e-tcc.com/who-we-are.