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会员类别:A类会员与B类会员(初稿)

January 10, 2014 in Topic

协会目前会员分为两类:A类会员与B类会员

A类会员

一,A类投票权会员资格应提供给已申请并已被接受为协会A类会员的人。
二,A类投票权会员资格有效期一年,可按照协会的政策续期。
三,每个A类投票权会员有权收取通知,出席会员大会及特别会员会议并且投票,每个A类会员有一个投票权。

如何成为A类会员? A类会员由B类会员自荐或者A类会员经过本人同意后引荐。每月将会有一次B类会员提升为A类会员的表决会议。该会议应有半数以上A类会员参加,与会会员超过半数投票通过方可成为A类会员.

A类会员资格的取消: 如符合下列任一条件,A类会员资格将取消:

1. 由本人提出的取消A类会员请求,经理事会批准

2. 连续三次不参加表决活动

 

B级会员

四, B类无投票权的会员资格应提供给已申请,并已被接受为协会B类会员的人。
五, B类无投票权会员的期限为一年,可以按照协会的政策续期。
六。根据法律和协会章程, B类无投票权会员将无权收取A类会员通告,出席会员大会,或于会上投票。

如何成为B类会员?填写并递交会员申请表。暂不接受网上以及邮寄提交.

协会中会员资格可以被终止当下列之一情形发生时:

会员死亡或辞职;
按照协会章程和文件的规定被驱逐;
会员资格过期;
协会被清算,并按照法律的要求解散。

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没有学位,他通过以下四步进入Google

January 7, 2014 in Topic

发表于2013-05-27 14:18| 26114次阅读| 来源博客园| 218 条评论| 作者Wilson Wen
摘要:没上过大学,没有学士、硕士、博士学位这块敲门砖也能在谷歌coding,前Googler David Byttow在博客上为我们讲述了他如何进入Google的故事。

自从发表了坚持编程( ABC: Always Be Coding – How to Land an Engineering Job)这篇文章,很多人问我在没有学历的情况下怎么获得在谷歌工作的机会的。你通向成功之路或许会和我的不一样,下面是我的故事。

我非常希望能上大学。我的理想大学是UCLA。很不幸,我高中的GPA低的令人尴尬,只有2.45。所以实际上,我并没有随便选择一家大学。我在  普渡大学盖莱默分校上的计算机科学课程,希望可以当交换生或者找到别的出路。差不多两个学期以后,后者发生了。我收到了一个不可拒绝的offer。

第一步:在你能做之前先装装样子。大学的时候,我在一家专门为本地企业建设网站小公司工作,时薪是12美金。在我的职业规划里,我从未想过做这样一份工作,但当时来看还不错。

我同时参与多个项目,身负重任,我选择埋头苦干,全力以赴。从这个过程中我获得了很多信任。同时,我尝试利用我不多的业余时间开发游戏。我去到一个天主教会,向那里的管理人员请求提供我少量的钱和三个月时间来开发这个游戏,然后在网上销售。我绘制了漂亮的报表和颜色丰富的图片,向他们展示共享软件模型(  shareware model)是怎么工作以及如何确切知道这会带来回报。实际上,我对于我将要做的东西还不是非常清楚,但是他们买了,也许是由于那些漂亮的颜色。

经过两个月的开发,我将Demo发布到网上。一个在加州刚刚起步的创业公司CodeFire发现我的Demo和他们的游戏如此相似,都是一个从上往下看的太空射击游戏,都和SubSpace非常相似,除了3D部分。不幸的是,他们通过勒令停止通知函与我交涉。我只能给他们一个回复“当然可以,只要你们聘请我工作,我就马上停止”。他们马上给我发了offer。然后我就收拾行装去了加州。

第二步:和大师交朋友。这可能是最重要的事情。在你的领域里找到一位大师,让他们成为你的导师,不停的向他们学习。当我在 Double Helix工作时,有一位大师叫  Nathan Hunt,他是我遇过最聪明的却又最谦卑的人。不管我问的问题如何的基础,他都极度耐心的一一解答。我至少上千次的走进他办公室,问一些诸如“我怎样才能平滑的将一个旋转矩阵插值到另外一个里面”,“我应该如何实现移动柱体的碰撞检测”的问题。几年以后,他晚我一个月加入了谷歌。

每一个导师都改变了我解决问题或者看待世界的方法,而这只有其中的一小部分。

第三步:填补不足。因为我没有一个正式的计算机学位,我清楚自己缺乏很多基础的理论知识。比如,我实现了一个物理引擎,但从未解决过动态规划的问题。为了填补这些空缺,我几乎实现了所有我见过或读过的数据结构与算法。这些虽然都已经有了,但是通过观察而知道其如何工作,与通过实现而知道其为什么可行有着巨大差别。

完成以下几点:

  1. 至少掌握其中一门语言: C, C++, Objective-C, Java, PHP, Python 或 Ruby。了解至少一门其他语言,熟悉Scala,Haskell或者Lisp。
  2. 学习数据结构(  data structures)。尝试实现其中的大部分。理解他们的时间复杂度(  time complexities)。
  3. 解决编程问题。阅读下面的文章(  Read this)和解决这里的大多数问题(  solve many of these)。
  4. 为你的项目建立主页。(比如,编程框架,移动应用,网页应用,小游戏等)

第四步:找到自信。在离开印第安纳州6年以后,我已经通过多个平台发布了超过6个游戏。我渐渐觉得无聊,需要新的挑战。我申请了谷歌的职位,由于我没有学历,我想着如果我被聘请了,我就能成为梦寐已久的一名真正的工程师了。但是,我从未收到回信,对于这一点我感到一点都不意外。

一年以后,我再次提交了我的简历。而这一次,我把“教育”这一部分删除了。讽刺的是,这次一位招聘官给我打电话和我预约了一个电话技术面试。我咨询是否可以预约在两个星期以后,他同意了。我需要这一部分时间。我利用这段时间,尽最大努力将尽可能多的算法和数据结构塞到我的脑子里。我每天编码12-14个小时,解决了几百道编程题。我慢慢沉迷进去了,直到我对谷歌面试的害怕变成了自信和兴奋。

我记得住在谷歌的每一次面试,每一次与他们的交锋。面试官都很健谈,我相信他们都看得出来我非常兴奋的迎接他们的问题。

我遇到的一些面试题如下:

  1. 给定一组2维点,计算出他们的轮廓线。这非常简单,我采用了一种非常通用的数据结构叫做最大堆。这道题有很多解决方法,这里有一个非常好的。( good one
  2. 设计微软的画笔。这是目前为止最有趣的问题。我从画接口和类图开始,我提到了画笔桶(Paint Bucket),面试官让我实现它。幸运的是,多亏TopCoder,我闭着眼睛都知道如何实现一个迭代的,广度优先遍历的桶。
  3. 描述你的软件的长处。这是一道开放的讨论面试题。我说到了测试的类型和他们的重要性(单元测试,集成测试,验收测试)。我又说到了代码风格的一致性和可维护性等等。这些东西你可以在  Code Complete和  Effective Java找到。

我真正的享受每一轮面试和每一个扔给我的问题。如果我没有那样认真的准备,我现在肯定不是这个样子。面试完了以后,我感觉非常好。但是,我听说即使招聘委员组同意了给offer,拉里本人仍有权利否决。我担心一旦他看到我没有学历以后,我就完蛋了。

不过,这并没有发生,有一天我在Santa Clara吃着寿司午餐,我接到了电话,我非常热情的接受了Offer。那一天,我清楚的知道我不用再回到学校里去了。

胜利的战士先胜了再去战场,而失败的战士先上战场再去求胜。

经过5年学习和成长,我现在已经不再为谷歌干活了。 

英文链接:  Four Steps to Google, Without a Degree

转自: 没有学历,四步加入谷歌  (责编/仲浩)

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成立个 中文图书馆吧!

January 5, 2014 in Topic

感觉咱们协会,什么时候成立个 中文图书馆吧! 把我们手上的中文图书贡献出来,供中文的朋友借阅。我们也可以募捐一些中文图书。 利用这个图书馆扩大我们协会在华人中的会员,及影响力 !! 也能为 我们的后代学习 中文 做些贡献 !!

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APIGM 会员申请表(英文版)

January 5, 2014 in Topic

APIGM_Membership

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APIGM By-law(建议稿)

January 1, 2014 in Topic

A by-law relating generally to the conduct of the affairs of

L’association des Professionnels en Informatique du Grand Montréal

(the “Corporation”)

BE IT ENACTED as a by-law of the Corporation as follows:

  1. Definition

In this by-law and all other by-laws of the Corporation, unless the context otherwise requires:

Act” means the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act S.C. 2009, c. 23 including the Regulations made pursuant to the Act, and any statute or regulations that may be substituted, as amended from time to time;

articles” means the original or restated articles of incorporation or articles of amendment, amalgamation, continuance, reorganization, arrangement or revival of the Corporation;

board” means the board of directors of the Corporation and “director” means a member of the board;

by-law” means this by-law and any other by-law of the Corporation as amended and which are, from time to time, in force and effect;

meeting of members” includes an annual meeting of members or a special meeting of members; “special meeting of members” includes a meeting of any class or classes of members and a special meeting of all members entitled to vote at an annual meeting of members;

ordinary resolution” means a resolution passed by a majority of not less than 50% plus 1 of the votes case on that resolution;

proposal” means a proposal submitted by a member of the Corporation that meets the requirements of section 163 (Shareholder Proposals) of the Act;

Regulations” means the regulations made under the Act, as amended, restated or in effect from time to time; and

special resolution” means a resolution passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the votes cast on that resolution.

2. Interpretation

In the interpretation of this by-law, words in the singular include the plural and vice-versa, words in one gender include all genders, and “person” includes an individual, body corporate, partnership, trust and unincorporated organization.

Other than as specified above, words and expressions defined in the Act have the same meanings when used in these by-laws.

3 Corporate Seal

The Corporation may have a corporate seal in the form approved from time to time by the board. If a corporate seal is approved by the board, the secretary of the Corporation shall be the custodian of the corporate seal.

4. Execution of Documents

Deeds, transfers, assignments, contracts, obligations and other instruments in writing requiring execution by the Corporation may be signed by any two (2) of its officers or directors. In addition, the board may from time to time direct the manner in which and the person or persons by whom a particular document or type of document shall be executed. Any person authorized to sign any document may affix the corporate seal (if any) to the document. Any signing officer may certify a copy of any instrument, resolution,by-law or other document of the Corporation to be a true copy thereof.

5. Financial Year

The financial year end of the Corporation shall be determined by the board of directors.

6. Banking Arrangements

The banking business of the Corporation shall be transacted at such bank, trust company or other firm or corporation carrying on a banking business in Canada or elsewhere as the board of directors may designate, appoint or authorize from time to time by resolution. The banking business or any part of it shall be transacted by an officer or officers of the Corporation and/or other persons as the board of directors may by resolution from time to time designate, direct or authorize.

7. Borrowing Powers

The directors of the Corporation may, without authorization of the members,

i.        borrow money on the credit of the corporation;
ii.        issue, reissue, sell, pledge or hypothecate debt obligations of the corporation;
iii.        give a guarantee on behalf and
iv.        mortgage, hypothecate, pledge or otherwise create a security interest in all or any property of the corporation, owned or subsequently acquired, to secure any debt obligation of the corporation

8. Annual Financial Statements

The Corporation shall send to the members a copy of the annual financial statements and other documents referred to in subsection 172(1) (Annual Financial Statements) of the Act or a copy of a publication of the Corporation reproducing the information contained in the documents. Instead of sending the documents, the Corporation may send a summary to each member along with a notice informing the member of the procedure for obtaining a copy of the documents themselves free of charge. The Corporation is not required to send the documents or a summary to a member who, in writing, declines to receive such documents.

9.Membership Conditions

Subject to the articles, there shall be two classes of members in the Corporation, namely, Class A members and Class B members. The board of directors of the Corporation may, by resolution, approve the admission of the members of the Corporation. Members may also be admitted in such other manner as may be prescribed by the board by resolution. The following conditions of membership shall apply:

Class A Members

       i.        Class A voting membership shall be available to persons who have applied and have been accepted for Class A voting membership in the Corporation.
ii.        The term of membership of a Class A voting member shall be annual, subject to renewal in accordance with the policies of the Corporation.
iii.        As set out in the articles, each Class A voting member is entitled to receive notice of, attend and vote at all meetings of members and each such Class A voting member shall be entitled to one (1) vote at such meetings.

Class B Members

     iv.        Class B non-voting membership shall be available to persons who have applied and have been accepted for Class B non-votingmembership in the Corporation.
v.        The term of membership of a Class B non-voting member shall be annual, subject to renewal in accordance with the policies of the Corporation.
vi.        Subject to the Act and the articles, a Class B non-voting member shall not be entitled to receive notice of, attend or vote at meetings of the members of the Corporation.

Pursuant to subsection 197(1) (Fundamental Change) of the Act, a special resolution of the members is required to make any amendments to this section of the by-laws if those amendments affect membership rights and/or conditions described in paragraphs 197(1)(e), (h), (l) or (m).

10 Membership Transferability

A membership may only be transferred to the Corporation. Pursuant to Section 197(1) (Fundamental Change) of the Act, a special resolution of the members is required to make any amendment to add, change or delete this section of the by-laws.

11. Notice of Members Meeting

Notice of the time and place of a meeting of members shall be given to each member entitled to vote at the meeting by the following means:

  1. by mail, courier or personal delivery to each member entitled to vote at the meeting, during a period of 21 to 60 days before the day on which the meeting is to be held; or
  2. by telephonic, electronic or other communication facility to each member entitled to vote at the meeting, during a period of 21 to 35 days before the day on which the meeting is to be held.

Pursuant to subsection 197(1) (Fundamental Change) of the Act, a special resolution of the members is required to make any amendment to the by-laws of the Corporation to change the manner of giving notice to members entitled to vote at a meeting of members.

 12  Members Calling a Members’ Meeting

The board of directors shall call a special meeting of members in accordance with Section 167 of the Act, on written requisition of members carrying not less than 5% of the voting rights. If the directors do not call a meeting within twenty-one (21) days of receiving the requisition, any member who signed the requisition may call the meeting.

 13   Absentee Voting at Members’ Meetings

Pursuant to section 171(1) (Absentee Voting) of the Act, a member entitled to vote at a meeting of members may vote by means of a telephonic, electronic or other communication facility if the Corporation has a system that:

  1.  enables the votes to be gathered in a manner that permits their subsequent verification, and
  2. permits the tallied votes to be presented to the Corporation without it being possible for the Corporation to identify how each member voted.

Pursuant to subsection 197(1) (Fundamental Change) of the Act, a special resolution of the members is required to make any amendment to the by-laws of the Corporation to change this method of voting by members not in attendance at a meeting of members.

 14        Membership Dues

There shall be no dues payable by members for membership in the corporation.

15         Termination of Membership

A membership in the Corporation is terminated when:

 .      the member dies or resigns;

  1. the member is expelled or their membership is otherwise terminated in accordance with the articles or by-laws;
  2. the member’s term of membership expires; or
  3. the Corporation is liquidated and dissolved under the Act.

16         Effect of Termination of Membership

Subject to the articles, upon any termination of membership, the rights of the member, including any rights in the property of the Corporation, automatically cease to exist.

  17       Discipline of Members

The board shall have authority to suspend or expel any member from the Corporation for any one or more of the following grounds:

 .      violating any provision of the articles, by-laws, or written policies of the Corporation;

  1. carrying out any conduct which may be detrimental to the Corporation as determined by the board in its sole discretion;
  2. for any other reason that the board in its sole and absolute discretion considers to be reasonable, having regard to the purpose of the Corporation.

In the event that the board determines that a member should be expelled or suspended from membership in the Corporation, the president, or such other officer as may be designated by the board, shall provide twenty (20) days notice of suspension or expulsion to the member and shall provide reasons for the proposed suspension or expulsion. The member may make written submissions to the president, or such other officer as may be designated by the board, in response to the notice received within such twenty (20) day period. In the event that no written submissions are received by the president, the president, or such other officer as may be designated by the board, may proceed to notify the member that the member is suspended or expelled from membership in the Corporation. If written submissions are received in accordance with this section, the board will consider such submissions in arriving at a final decision and shall notify the member concerning such final decision within a further twenty (20) days from the date of receipt of the submissions. The board’s decision shall be final and binding on the member, without any further right of appeal.

18        Proposals Nominating Directors at Annual Members’ Meetings

Subject to the Regulations under the Act, any proposal may include nominations for the election of directors if the proposal is signed by not less than 5% of members entitled to vote at the meeting at which the proposal is to be presented.

19      Cost of Publishing Proposals for Annual Members’ Meetings

The member who submitted the proposal shall pay the cost of including the proposal and any statement in the notice of meeting at which the proposal is to be presented unless otherwise provided by ordinary resolution of the members present at the meeting.

20         Place of Members’ Meeting

Subject to compliance with section 159 (Place of Members’ Meetings) of the Act, meetings of the members may be held at any place within Canada determined by the board or, if all of the members entitled to vote at such meeting so agree, outside Canada.

21 Persons Entitled to be Present at Members’ Meetings

The only persons entitled to be present at a meeting of members shall be those entitled to vote at the meeting, the directors and the public accountant of the Corporation and such other persons who are entitled or required under any provision of the Act, articles orby-laws of the Corporation to be present at the meeting. Any other person may be admitted only on the invitation of the chair of the meeting or by resolution of the members.

22 Chair of Members’ Meetings

In the event that the chair of the board and the vice-chair of the board are absent, the members who are present and entitled to vote at the meeting shall choose one of their number to chair the meeting.

 23 Quorum at Members’ Meetings

A quorum at any meeting of the members (unless a greater number of members are required to be present by the Act) shall be a majority of the members entitled to vote at the meeting. If a quorum is present at the opening of a meeting of members, the members present may proceed with the business of the meeting even if a quorum is not present throughout the meeting.

24  Votes to Govern at Members’ Meetings

At any meeting of members every question shall, unless otherwise provided by the articles or by-laws or by the Act, be determined by a majority of the votes cast on the questions. In case of an equality of votes either on a show of hands or on a ballot or on the results of electronic voting, the chair of the meeting in addition to an original vote shall have a second or casting vote.

25 Participation by Electronic Means at Members’ Meetings

If the Corporation chooses to make available a telephonic, electronic or other communication facility that permits all participants to communicate adequately with each other during a meeting of members, any person entitled to attend such meeting may participate in the meeting by means of such telephonic, electronic or other communication facility in the manner provided by the Act. A person participating in a meeting by such means is deemed to be present at the meeting. Notwithstanding any other provision of this by-law, any person participating in a meeting of members pursuant to this section who is entitled to vote at that meeting may vote, in accordance with the Act, by means of any telephonic, electronic or other communication facility that the Corporation has made available for that purpose.

26   Members’ Meeting Held Entirely by Electronic Means

If the directors or members of the Corporation call a meeting of members pursuant to the Act, those directors or members, as the case may be, may determine that the meeting shall be held, in accordance with the Act and the Regulations, entirely by means of a telephonic, electronic or other communication facility that permits all participants to communicate adequately with each other during the meeting.

27  Number of Directors

The board shall consist of the number of directors specified in the articles. If the articles provide for a minimum and maximum number of directors, the board shall be comprised of the fixed number of directors as determined from time to time by the members by ordinary resolution or, if the ordinary resolution empowers the directors to determine the number, by resolution of the board. In the case of a soliciting corporation the minimum number of directors may not be fewer than three (3), at least two of whom are not officers or employees of the Corporation or its affiliates.

 28 Term of Office of Directors

At the first election of Directors following the approval of this by-law, one-third (1/3) directors shall be elected for a three-year term,one-third (1/3) directors shall be elected for a two-year term and one-third (1/3) directors shall be elected for a one-year term. Thereafter, except where an election is held to fill the unexpired portion of a term, newly elected directors shall be elected forthree-year (3) terms.

29  Calling of Meetings of Board of Directors

Meetings of the board may be called by the chair of the board, the vice-chair of the board or any two (2) directors at any time; provided that for the first organization meeting following incorporation, such meeting may be called by any director or incorporator. If the Corporation has only one director, that director may call and constitute a meeting.

30  Notice of Meeting of Board of Directors

Notice of the time and place for the holding of a meeting of the board shall be given in the manner provided in the section on giving notice of meeting of directors of this by-law to every director of the Corporation not less than 3 days before the time when the meeting is to be held. Notice of a meeting shall not be necessary if all of the directors are present, and none objects to the holding of the meeting, or if those absent have waived notice of or have otherwise signified their consent to the holding of such meeting. Notice of an adjourned meeting is not required if the time and place of the adjourned meeting is announced at the original meeting. Unless the by-law otherwise provides, no notice of meeting need specify the purpose or the business to be transacted at the meeting except that a notice of meeting of directors shall specify any matter referred to in subsection 138(2) (Limits on Authority) of the Act that is to be dealt with at the meeting.

31 Regular Meetings of the Board of Directors

The board may appoint a day or days in any month or months for regular meetings of the board at a place and hour to be named. A copy of any resolution of the board fixing the place and time of such regular meetings of the board shall be sent to each director forthwith after being passed, but no other notice shall be required for any such regular meeting except if subsection 136(3) (Notice of Meeting) of the Act requires the purpose thereof or the business to be transacted to be specified in the notice.

32  Votes to Govern at Meetings of the Board of Directors

At all meetings of the board, every question shall be decided by a majority of the votes cast on the question. In case of an equality of votes, the chair of the meeting in addition to an original vote shall have a second or casting vote.

33  Committees of the Board of Directors

The board may from time to time appoint any committee or other advisory body, as it deems necessary or appropriate for such purposes and, subject to the Act, with such powers as the board shall see fit. Any such committee may formulate its own rules of procedure, subject to such regulations or directions as the board may from time to time make. Any committee member may be removed by resolution of the board of directors.

34  Appointment of Officers

The board may designate the offices of the Corporation, appoint officers on an annual or more frequent basis, specify their duties and, subject to the Act, delegate to such officers the power to manage the affairs of the Corporation. A director may be appointed to any office of the Corporation. An officer may, but need not be, a director unless these by-laws otherwise provide. Two or more offices may be held by the same person.

35 Description of Offices

Unless otherwise specified by the board (which may, subject to the Act modify, restrict or supplement such duties and powers), the offices of the Corporation, if designated and if officers are appointed, shall have the following duties and powers associated with their positions:

 .      Chair of the Board – The chair of the board, if one is to be appointed, shall be a director. The chair of the board, if any, shall, when present, preside at all meetings of the board of directors and of the members. The chair shall have such other duties and powers as the board may specify.

  1. Vice-Chair of the Board – The vice-chair of the board, if one is to be appointed, shall be a director. If the chair of the board is absent or is unable or refuses to act, the vice-chair of the board, if any, shall, when present, preside at all meetings of the board of directors and of the members. The vice-chair shall have such other duties and powers as the board may specify.
  2. President – If appointed, the president shall be the chief executive officer of the Corporation and shall be responsible for implementing the strategic plans and policies of the Corporation. The president shall, subject to the authority of the board, have general supervision of the affairs of the Corporation.
  3. Secretary – If appointed, the secretary shall attend and be the secretary of all meetings of the board, members and committees of the board. The secretary shall enter or cause to be entered in the Corporation’s minute book, minutes of all proceedings at such meetings; the secretary shall give, or cause to be given, as and when instructed, notices to members, directors, the public accountant and members of committees; the secretary shall be the custodian of all books, papers, records, documents and other instruments belonging to the Corporation.
  4. Treasurer – If appointed, the treasurer shall have such powers and duties as the board may specify.

The powers and duties of all other officers of the Corporation shall be such as the terms of their engagement call for or the board or president requires of them. The board may from time to time and subject to the Act, vary, add to or limit the powers and duties of any officer.

36 Vacancy in Office

In the absence of a written agreement to the contrary, the board may remove, whether for cause or without cause, any officer of the Corporation. Unless so removed, an officer shall hold office until the earlier of:

 .      the officer’s successor being appointed,

  1. the officer’s resignation,
  2. such officer ceasing to be a director (if a necessary qualification of appointment) or
  3. such officer’s death.

If the office of any officer of the Corporation shall be or become vacant, the directors may, by resolution, appoint a person to fill such vacancy.

37 Method of Giving Any Notice

Any notice (which term includes any communication or document), other than notice of a meeting of members or a meeting of the board of directors, to be given (which term includes sent, delivered or served) pursuant to the Act, the articles, the by-laws or otherwise to a member, director, officer or member of a committee of the board or to the public accountant shall be sufficiently given:

 .      if delivered personally to the person to whom it is to be given or if delivered to such person’s address as shown in the records of the Corporation or in the case of notice to a director to the latest address as shown in the last notice that was sent by the Corporation in accordance with section 128 (Notice of directors) or 134 (Notice of change of directors);

  1. if mailed to such person at such person’s recorded address by prepaid ordinary or air mail;
  2. if sent to such person by telephonic, electronic or other communication facility at such person’s recorded address for that purpose; or
  3. if provided in the form of an electronic document in accordance with Part 17 of the Act.

A notice so delivered shall be deemed to have been given when it is delivered personally or to the recorded address as aforesaid; a notice so mailed shall be deemed to have been given when deposited in a post office or public letter box; and a notice so sent by any means of transmitted or recorded communication shall be deemed to have been given when dispatched or delivered to the appropriate communication company or agency or its representative for dispatch. The secretary may change or cause to be changed the recorded address of any member, director, officer, public accountant or member of a committee of the board in accordance with any information believed by the secretary to be reliable. The declaration by the secretary that notice has been given pursuant to thisby-law shall be sufficient and conclusive evidence of the giving of such notice. The signature of any director or officer of the Corporation to any notice or other document to be given by the Corporation may be written, stamped, type-written or printed or partly written, stamped, type-written or printed.

38 Invalidity of any Provisions of this By-law

The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this by-law shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining provisions of this by-law.

 39   Omissions and Errors

The accidental omission to give any notice to any member, director, officer, member of a committee of the board or public accountant, or the non-receipt of any notice by any such person where the Corporation has provided notice in accordance with theby-laws or any error in any notice not affecting its substance shall not invalidate any action taken at any meeting to which the notice pertained or otherwise founded on such notice.

 40      Mediation and Arbitration

Disputes or controversies among members, directors, officers, committee members, or volunteers of the Corporation are as much as possible to be resolved in accordance with mediation and/or arbitration as provided in the section on dispute resolution mechanism of this by-law.

41 Dispute Resolution Mechanism

In the event that a dispute or controversy among members, directors, officers, committee members or volunteers of the Corporation arising out of or related to the articles or by-laws, or out of any aspect of the operations of the Corporation is not resolved in private meetings between the parties then without prejudice to or in any other way derogating from the rights of the members, directors, officers, committee members, employees or volunteers of the Corporation as set out in the articles, by-laws or the Act, and as an alternative to such person instituting a law suit or legal action, such dispute or controversy shall be settled by a process of dispute resolution as follows:

  • The dispute or controversy shall first be submitted to a panel of mediators whereby the one party appoints one mediator, the other party (or if applicable the board of the Corporation) appoints one mediator, and the two mediators so appointed jointly appoint a third mediator. The three mediators will then meet with the parties in question in an attempt to mediate a resolution between the parties.
  • The number of mediators may be reduced from three to one or two upon agreement of the parties.
  • If the parties are not successful in resolving the dispute through mediation, then the parties agree that the dispute shall be settled by arbitration before a single arbitrator, who shall not be any one of the mediators referred to above, in accordance with the provincial or territorial legislation governing domestic arbitrations in force in the province or territory where the registered office of the Corporation is situated or as otherwise agreed upon by the parties to the dispute. The parties agree that all proceedings relating to arbitration shall be kept confidential and there shall be no disclosure of any kind. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding and shall not be subject to appeal on a question of fact, law or mixed fact and law.

All costs of the mediators appointed in accordance with this section shall be borne equally by the parties to the dispute or the controversy. All costs of the arbitrators appointed in accordance with this section shall be borne by such parties as may be determined by the arbitrators.

42  By-laws and Effective Date

Subject to the articles, the board of directors may, by resolution, make, amend or repeal any by-laws that regulate the activities or affairs of the Corporation. Any such by-law, amendment or repeal shall be effective from the date of the resolution of directors until the next meeting of members where it may be confirmed, rejected or amended by the members by ordinary resolution. If the by-law, amendment or repeal is confirmed or confirmed as amended by the members it remains effective in the form in which it was confirmed. The by-law, amendment or repeal ceases to have effect if it is not submitted to the members at the next meeting of members or if it is rejected by the members at the meeting.

This section does not apply to a by-law that requires a special resolution of the members according to subsection 197(1) (fundamental change) of the Act because such by-law amendments or repeals are only effective when confirmed by members.

 

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会员制度初稿(公示)

December 30, 2013 in Topic

会员类别:
参与者,可以在网站上注册并且和其他人交流。
普通会员, APIGM的内部QQ群只接受普通会员。
高级会员,从普通会员中升级成高级会员,高级会员协助管理者进行一些日常组织工作以及发展会员。
管理者(Director),从高级会员中升级成管理者,负责协会日常的管理工作,受主席统一指挥协调,重大决定由所有管理者一起投票表决决定。

会员的加入和退出:
普通会员:
加入:参加过线下现场技术交流活动,认可并愿意继续参加APIGM的活动,并且在现场提交会员申请表格的朋友都可以成为普通会员。
退出:只需要通知管理员即可以退出。如果有严重违反协会规定的,提交管理员,经过高级会员的投票(比如达到2/3投票),可以强制退出。
高级会员:
加入:原则是保持普通会员总数的1/5(或者其他比例),保证不少于50%的活动出勤率或者积极参与协会的各项活动,由普通会员自己提出申请,然后所有会员投票是否能成为高级会员(比如达到2/3投票)。在初期,每三个月可以根据会员人数以及高级会员的比例还举行高级会员的投票。
退出:可以自行辞去高级会员,通知管理员即可。如果高级会员无法达到高级会员条件或者履行职责,可能被要求退出,经过管理者投票(比如达到2/3投票),可以降级成普通会员。
管理员:
加入:在高级会员中产生,原则上保持3到5人,每隔一定周期定期选举(比如每年或者每两年)或者有现有管理员离开,由高级会员自己提出申请,发表竞选演说以及文档。经由所有高级会员投票产生(最高得票者)。
退出:可以自行辞去管理员,通知其他管理员和主席即可。如果无法完成管理员的职责,其他管理和主席可以发起投票把之降级为高级会员(比如达到2/3投票)。

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职场人走向卓越的10条经验

December 26, 2013 in Topic

1、时刻坚持高标准
航海中的最高原则是:相信罗盘,按照它的指示前进。在现实生活中,明智的人也是这样。他们时刻要求自己遵循自己的信条和道德准则,始终不愈。
一个正直的人之所以始终追求自己的最高理想,并非出于天性或是社会的压力,而是源自对这些理想的坚定信仰。正直的人决不会在遇到困难或强烈诱惑的时候放弃自己的原则,甚至不允许有“仅此一次”的想法。

2、仔细权衡,做出最优决策
优秀的行动者必然长于细致的思考。在做出重要决策的关头,他们会收集大量的事实情况进行分析;而在分析权衡的过程中,他们会尽力摒除自身的偏见,以增强决策的客观性和准确性。
事实上,有许多好的方法可以帮助人们做出明智的决策。其中之一就是:列出现实情况中所有的有利因素与不利因素,而后仔细估量其中的利弊与得失。之所以这样做,其目的是要通盘考虑来自各个方面的因素,其中甚至可以包括你的个人感受。

3、但求卓越,不谋哗众
要想使一个集体中的成员团结一致,维持一种和谐的气氛,一个最有效的手段就是利用人们渴望获得赞赏的心理。但是,如果这种获得他人赞扬与好感的愿望过于膨胀的话,就会彻底破坏你正直的品行与平和的心态。
如果研究一下伟人们的事迹,就能发现一个重要的情况:与赢得他人赞赏相比,他们更专注于实现远大的目标。正为此,他们在完成了那些可钦可赞的伟绩的同时,也获得了卓著的声望。

4、对挫折给予即时的回击
直面困难,是克服困难积极的第一步。如果你刚刚得知你的身体出了问题,就要去勇敢地面对、明智地解决,就要去征求最优秀的专家的意见:什么是最好的疗法?如果你正在努力工作,争取按时完成一项计划,却遇到了严重的突发情况。这时,你就应当象科学家一样认真地分析局面:问题是怎样造成的?努力找出可处理现实问题的最好徐径,发现最有助益的方法,然后遵照施行。

5、心存高远,不为小事所累
做事过程中,如果不懂得合理分配精力,各种问题便会纷至沓来。你的完成将仅限于小事,大事则无问津,捡了芝麻丢了西瓜。被琐碎的二流问题羁绊住了头脑,自然不能留心头等大事了。
要想培养自己权衡轻重的能力,其奥秘在于:选定一个核心目标,紧紧追随而不分心于小事。只有找到一个值得倾注一切的目标时,人们才会全力以赴。唯其如此,他们才能做到最好。

6、抛开小我,取得更大成就
智者通过付出而不是索取来实现自身的存在价值。J.C.Penney(潘尼)写道:“我从个人的经历中学到:获得自由就必须遵从,获得成功就必须付出。”换言之,只有当你把目标置于个人利益之外,为更高的理想奋斗不止的时候,你的生活才是最激动人心的,才最能实现它的价值。
亨利—福特(Henry Ford),同名巨型汽车企业的创始人,始终抱定一个信条:那些目光短浅、只重视眼前那份固定收益的企业是注定要失败的。他相信,只有尽职工作才能获得收益,否则根本没有什么收益可言。早在半个世纪之前,福特就抓住了这一思想的精髓,他指出:“全心全意为顾客服务的企业只有一点需要担心:他们的利润会多得让人无法相信。”

7、不可失信于人
为人诚信的声誉是一个人最宝贵的财富之一。有了这种声誉,你就会感受到他人对你的信任。当你发表意见时,人人都洗耳恭听并深信不疑。
获得信任的方法多种多样,其行为可大可小。这需要一个人对自己高标准严要求,一贯诚实;经营作风光明正大;利益方面先人后已,并且重承诺守信用。

8、建成效于良好的人际沟通
事业成功的智者都懂得把握待人接物的技巧,而所有这些技巧的核心只有一点:对他人发自内心的尊重。Don Peterson(皮特逊)在任福特汽车公司(Ford Motor Company)总裁时曾经说过:“要成为一名成功的管理者,首先需要具备与他人坦诚合作的能力。这种能力远比其它素质重要得多。”
尊重别人绝不仅仅是与人为善那么简单。你应当认识到他们中间蕴藏着巨大潜能。曾作高露洁公司(Colgate Palmolive)总裁的Reuben Mark(鲁本马克)说:“我们的企业在世界各地共有36,000名员工,在这些人当中潜藏着超乎想象的天赋、激情和创造力。管理者的职责就是要把这些天赋释放出来。”

9、保持清醒,防止自我膨胀
生活中的问题大都不是由外部力量造成的,而是来自自身的原因。许多本可大有作为的人都是由于自我膨胀而终遭失败。即使是一个老好人,一旦得意忘形起来,也会变成一个自命不凡惹人讨厌的家伙。大家避之惟恐不及,当然更不愿与他共事了。惠而浦公司(Whirlpool)前任总裁Jack Sparks(斯帕克)曾说:“始终保持自己的本色,千万不要装模作样地故作姿态。因为你一旦开始装腔作势,就必然会招致众怒。”而联邦包裹服务公司(United Parcel Service)的创始人Jim Casey(凯希)也对此深有同感,他说:“不要自视过高,而应当谦虚一点。只有对自己永不满足,才能取得更大的成就。”
要警惕自我膨胀,就要告诫自己,你的成功应部分归功于运气,还有他人给予的帮助。你的家人、导师、同事、下属以及那些给你指导和机会的人们。

10、吸取经验,发展自我
一些自然形成的办事习惯会导致思想僵化,而诸如“我已经做得够好了”之类固步自封的想法更是使之根深蒂固。思想僵化是成功的大敌,它会导致落后于时代,丧失机遇和长期的不满。
新奇与挑战可以令人思想更丰富,意志更坚强。只有习惯于不懈追求的人们才会在智力与情感方面得到进步。

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20131221可能实验室IT技术小组现场技术交流会议纪要

December 22, 2013 in Topic

时间早上9:00-12:00

地点:一楼大会议室。

一共有18位朋友参加了今天的现场技术交流,名单如下:

T.WU, J.WANG, Y.LI, F.FEI, J.LI, T.CAO, T.WEN, Z.SU, Z.HUANG, Y.CHEN, H.CUI, Y.HUANG, P.GAO, L.HU, Y.XIAO, Y.LIU, W.HUANG, G.CAO

第一次参加的有Y.HUANG, Y.LIU, W.HUANG, G.CAO,大家欢迎。

今天早上下冻雨,天气特别恶劣,估计有些朋友因为天气无法到场,开车很不容易,所以会议开始的比较晚。

和往常一样,第一次参加的每个人大概有两分钟的自我介绍,然后大家挨个点名介绍。

技术主题:

加密技术和网络安全,主讲小陈。

讲的加密算法很受欢迎,很多提问和交流,对称加密和非对称加密,数字签名,和证书等。

由于内容比较多,一次没有讲完,下次继续。

 

后来时间交给最近民主选举出来的NPO主席的曹老师介绍我们将要成立的NPO组织,用PPT讲解,包括组织的目的,组织结构(以后开会讨论)和发展规划。

得到大家一致认可。

在讲课的过程中,网上订了DOMINOS PIZZA,一块订了6个大号PIZZA,之前早上带来36听可乐和12瓶啤酒。

等曹老师讲完的时候,PIZZA正好送到,大家吃喝的很开心。

一块聊天到12点来钟,对于即将成立的NPO组织,大家充满信心和期待。

 

 

 

 

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NGO与NPO的定义

December 21, 2013 in Topic

在民间组织的报道中总是常常看到NGO与NPO这两个词,好像都指公益组织,但它们有什么区别呢?

 

NGO与NPO的定义:

NGO(Non-Government Organization )

非政府组织,指在特定法律系统下,不被视为政府部门的协会、社团、基金会、慈善信托、非营利公司或其他法人,不以营利为目的的非政府组织。兴起于20世纪70年代,80年代开始盛行于全世界。

请注意!并非所有政府以外的组织都是NGO,比如在野党、比如黑社会。

NPO( Non-Profitable Organization )

非营利组织,不以谋求利润为目的的组织。概念产生略晚于NGO,兴起于20世纪80年代。指在政府部门和以营利为目的的企业(市场部门)之外的一切志愿团体、社会组织或民间协会。

请注意!并非所有不营利的组织都是NPO,比如事业单位,比如政府。

 

它们的区别:

可以说,NGO与NPO是从不同角度来说明社会组织的性质。
这两个概念都是中国近年从西方引进的,对它们的内涵和外延以及概念的解释目前还没有形成共识性的看法。

许多美国人喜欢用NPO一词;
联合国的各种文件在内和其它许多国家的官方文件里使用最多的仍然是NGO一词。
中国传统文化往往把这两类组织称为公益组织或慈善组织。

NPO的概念要比NGO概念包括的范围更广泛,
如果要强调某一类民间组织与政治性组织的区别,我们就可以用NGO这一概念;
如果要强调某一类民间组织与营利性的企业的区别,我们就可以用NPO这一概念。

它们的共同点:

虽然NGO和NPO并没有一个统一的定义,但较为公认的是,他们都具有以下这些特性:

组织性:是组织行为,而非个人行为;
民间性:非官方性质;
非营利性:不以营利为目的,但可以有收入和盈余用于机构和公益项目的持续发展;
自治性:具有独立的决策机制,如董事会;
志愿性:非强迫性。

 

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可能实验室公共物品资产详细列表

December 14, 2013 in Topic

可能实验室里面所有公共物品资产会放到这个帖子里。

目前没有任何物品。

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