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JAN. 29

Duquesne University School of Leadership and Professional Advancement -- Noon-1 p.m., credit programs information webinar for undergraduates. Login instructions will be sent to registrants. Free. Register at 412-396-5600 or duq.edu/leadership.

Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh -- 6 p.m. social, 7 p.m. general membership meeting and presentation, LeMont Restaurant, 1114 Grandview Ave., Mt. Washington.

Pittsburgh Technology Council -- 3-3:30 p.m. meeting starts with open discussion and networking, 3:30-5 p.m. presentation, Microsoft, Alcoa Business Services Center, 30 Isabella St., second floor, North Side. Structured Query Language Server user group meeting. "Performance Tuning - Analyzing Query Execution Plans." Speaker is Konstantin Melamud, Structured Query Language Server team leader. Free. RSVP to pghtech.org.

JAN. 30

Duquesne University School of Leadership and Professional Advancement -- Noon-1 p.m., credit programs information webinar for graduate studies. Login instructions will be sent to registrants. Free. Register at 412-396-5600 or duq.edu/leadership.

TiE Pittsburgh -- 5:30- 8 p.m., Roland's Seafood Grill, 1902 Penn Ave., Strip District. 2013 Kick Off Mixer and Silent Auction. Free hors d'oeuvres; cash bar. Cost: Members, free; nonmembers, $20. Register at Pittsburgh.tie.org.

JAN. 31

Health Information and Management Systems Society, Western Pennsylvania Chapter, and UPMC's Center for Connected Medicine -- 2- 8 p.m., Center for Connected Medicine, USX Tower, 60th floor, 600 Grant St., Downtown. Program on business systems and emerging technology that can help address key trends and reshape health care in the next decade. Keynote speaker is Greg Porter, founder of Allegheny Digital, adjunct faculty member at the H. John Heinz III College at Carnegie Mellon University and visiting scientist at the Software Engineering Institute. Panel includes health care information technology executives who represent a continuum of participant organizations in the health care value chain. Cost: WPHIMSS members, $65; nonmembers, $85; students $35. Register at wphimss.org. Details: sheesleyrk@UPMC.edu or 412-454-8901.

Pittsburgh Technology Council, Pennsylvania Center for Trade Development and the Consulate General of Canada -- 7:30-8 a.m. registration and networking, 8-9:30 a.m. breakfast and briefing, Sheraton Station Square Hotel, 300 W. Station Square Drive, South Side. Canadian Oil Sands Supplier Forum, featuring Imperial Oil Ltd. (Exxon Mobil), Suncor Energy Inc., Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Cenovus Energy Inc., Connacher Oil and Gas Ltd.

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