[Pdx-pm] reading/good programming group proposal

Tim McIntyre tmac at easystreet.com
Fri Sep 27 20:26:47 CDT 2002

This is my first posting so hello all.

Sounds like a fantastic idea.  I have never read the book or any book
like it but I'm always ready to throw in my 2 cents.

I hope I will be able to make it.  I have been trying to make it to the
pm meetings for about 6 months now but have always had something
else going on.  Won't be much to do pretty soon here when it starts
getting dark before 6 though.

I also may be able to provide an alternative lovely downtown (eastside)
location.  Near Onsite.  It would only be comfy for a dozen or so though.

Can I bring beer ???

Tim McIntyre

----- Original Message -----
From: "Raymaker, Dora" <dora.raymaker at xo.com>
To: <pdx-pm-list at pm.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 4:54 PM
Subject: [Pdx-pm] reading/good programming group proposal

> There are three of us on this elist who all work at the same company and
> were inspired recently by posts here and elsewhere to go pick up copies of
> _The Pragmatic Programmer_.  We're thinking of getting together to discuss
> the book and good programming practices periodically.  However, the
> discussion would be more exciting if there were more people involved than
> just the three of us, as well as, in the words of Mark (TGI) "it would be
> great to have someone smarter than us there." :-)
> So, just shooting this out to see if there's interest... anyone wanna do
> informal, maybe every-other-week-type-thing, get-together to discuss _The
> Pragmatic Programmer_ in particular and good programming practices in
> general?  Lovely down-town location?  nudge, nudge, wink, wink???
> -D.
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