Lucy the Elephant: This 65 foot tall, wooden elephant was built in 1881 by inventor and engineer, James Vincent de Paul Lafferty, Jr. She served as a summer home in 1902 and later as a tavern. She was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and has since been fully restored. Exit 36.

Hans Kapsersetz Selected to Present Bug Tracking Software at New York PHP

From the NJ Web Designers

Aug 23, 2005

Hans Kaspersetz will be presenting at New York PHP’s August general meeting on the use of the open source bug and issue tracking software Mantis. Cyber X Designs relies upon Mantis heavily during the development and maintenance of projects. Bug and issue tracking and the management of the reports and the reporters is a key skill for software developers big and small. Efficient use of bug tracking software makes for better code and happier clients and lower development and management costs.

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Hans is currently the Assistant Vice President of Operations for New York PHP. He is also the New Project Coordinator and Presentation Lacky. Hans is heavily involved in the support of the Open Source Community and is an advocate and evangelist. The Cyber X Designs team has implemented open source solutions for Pfizer, ALTANA, Abbott Labs and Wyeth.

Exit 102: New Jersey has the highest population density in the U.S. An average 1,030 people per square mile, which is 13 times the national average. What else is near Exit 102?