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Basecamp

A Web-based project management and collaboration system from Basecamp, introduced in 2004. Along with a project calendar, Basecamp keeps discussions, to-do lists, documents and related files organized by projects that everyone can access. Basecamp was originally founded in 1999 as 37signals and developed Ruby on Rails and other open source software. The company's founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson have also written best-selling books on telecommuting and project management, including REWORK, REMOTE and Getting Real.
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Friday, March 2, at BaseCamp Pub, 5750 Lakeside Drive, Lisle.
Basecamp training is included in the admission fee, which starts at PS25 per person, then prices will vary for different activities.
Basecamp -- a collection of four mental, physical, group and individual challenges designed to help you learn the core skills for adventure.
Basecamp - a collection of four mental, physical, group and individual challenges designed to help you learn the core skills for adventure.
BaseCAMP represents the technology stack of integrated features upon which investment models and automated trading reside.
Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY), a Japan-based automaker, has launched its Titan Camper Project Basecamp concept at the Overland Expo 2017 West in Arizona.
To assist these visitors, (and guide residents as well), the Basecamp Bellingham campaign centers around a robust informational website--basecampbellingham.
They also met the head of the DFID Pakistan Joanna Reid, British Consul Jon Ryan and Islamabad-based diplomat Richard Oldfield, who is also planning to climb to K2's basecamp.
The foldable Basecamp is equipped with bi-directional aluminium teeth, which means that every stroke cuts through snow and ice.
Devils Backbone was founded in 2008 as the Basecamp brewpub and opened its Outpost brewery in 2012, which reached 45,000 barrels of production by 2015.
After success with a first brewpub, Basecamp, the decision was made to break ground on the company's Outpost facility, in Lexington, Virginia.
In order to test the effectiveness of Callido Learning's product, 'Basecamp', they administered the Cornell Critical Thinking Test with two groups of students - those who had taken Basecamp course and those who had not.