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Programmers Guild Newsletters

The Programmers Guild publishes a periodic newsletter. Members receive a printed copy. PDF versions of past newsletters are available here:. You may contribute by sending to: info<AT>programmersguid.org

eNewsletter РNovember 2006 РElection  2006 Issue

  • Programmers Guild endorses James Webb in Virginia Senate Race
  • Aussies do have bigger balls – refusing to train their Indian replacements
  • Programmers Guild proposes free tuition for U.S. Engineering Students
  • Tech Corner

eNewsletter – October 2006 – Special “Kill SKIL Bill” issue

  • The Guild’s latest press releases
  • The State of California hiring H-1B over U.S. workers on civil service exam lists

Volume 3.1 – February 2005 – Special Post Election Issue – First Quarter 2005

  • Colorado: Pete Coors loses bid for Senate – Richard Armstrong
  • Outsourcing America’s 4th Largest City – William Kingston, CPA
  • Companies running Fake job ads – Kim Berry
  • Fire Dreier
  • H-1b visa cap rises to 85,000
  • As Citizens – What’s our Role – Les Miklosy

Volume 2.2 – August 2004 – Special Outsourcing Issue – 3rd Quarter 2004

  • PG Letter Campaign to prevent 20,000 more H-1B’s
  • College Students leaving High Tech Majors
  • Social Security Funds going to Mexico
  • Outsourcing Common Sense
  • Job Retraining a Cruel Joke on the Unemployed

Volume 2.1 – May 2004 – Membership Mobilization Issue – 2nd Quarter 2004

  • Trade Negotiations – US sacrifices High-tech Jobs
  • State Unemployment Insurance – How to stand up for your rights
  • Shortage Shouting and Displacing US High-tech Workers
  • 18 Minutes of Member Action Items – Get Active!
  • Hire American Citizens profile on a partner organization

Volume 2.0 – February 2004 – Special Legislative Issue – 1st Quarter 2004

  • Presidents Report by Kim Berry
  • H-1B Cap drops, L-1 Visa now bigger threat, Offshoring in the news
  • Senator Feinstein gives floor speech on Singapore & Chile Trade Agreement
  • T. O. R. A. W. – The Organization for the Rights of AmericanWorkers
  • H-1B Visa and L-1 Visa overview – Review of purposed Bills.

Volume 1.4 – January 2003

  • On the Political Front
  • Candidate Profiles
  • Siemens way not the American Way – Michael Emmons
  • Developer’s Corner

Volume 1.3 – October 2002

  • Changes within Programmer’s Guild
  • Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA)

Volume 1.2 – June 2002

  • CWA to oppose H-1B
  • Intel Strategy: Move Jobs Overseas
  • DOJ Investigates Sun

Volume 1.1 – March 2002

  • Guild wins settlement in discrimination case
  • Americans replaced by H-1B workers
  • C++ Class implementation checklist