Avatar Mike Noordermeer MyTimetable 2019.16: Provisioning enhancements, locale fixes and Java 11

Mike Noordermeer | Published July 27, 2019

MyTimetable 2019.16 has just been released. This is a rather big release for us, with many under-the-hood changes to the frameworks we are using. We also took the time to improve our provisioning API and included some small fixes.

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Avatar Mike Noordermeer Release early, release often

Mike Noordermeer | Published May 23, 2019

Since the beginning of this year, Eveoh has moved to a new release process. We now release new MyTimetable versions multiple times per month, leading to small and incremental releases. This gives our customers the opportunity to take advantage of new features sooner and avoids lenghty upgrade processes to the latest MyTimetable version.

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Avatar Mike Noordermeer Renewed TermTime data provider available

Mike Noordermeer | Published May 23, 2019

A renewed data provider for Semestry TermTime is now available in MyTimetable. This data provider feeds the timetabling data in to MyTimetable using the standards-based TermTime HTTP API. It also unlocks a load of new MyTimetable features that were previously unavailable for TermTime customers.

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Avatar Marco Krikke Aarhus University selects MyTimetable

Marco Krikke | Published June 18, 2018

Aarhus University has selected Semestry as their supplier partner for the delivery and implementation of their course and examination planning project. MyTimetable will be used as publication portal, including its integration with Microsoft Exchange of Office 365 and its upcoming change notifications feature.

Please find below the press statement as published by Semestry.

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Avatar Mike Noordermeer Data Processing Agreement available

Mike Noordermeer | Published May 1, 2018

Eveoh now has a standard Data Processing Agreement available for all customers. We strongly urge all customers to sign this agreement as having a Data Processing Agreement in place is required under the GDPR.

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