rkleeman at energoncube.net
Wed Mar 3 23:53:09 CST 2004
For those of you that are interested, there will be a social
gathering next week. The San Diego Cold Fusion Users Group
is hosting an event at Dave & Buster's and they are inviting
several other groups to come join, mingle chat, debate, and
discuss. This is a great opportunity to compare ideas and
network with others in the industry.
See you there!
Here are the details from the organizers:
When: Wednesday, March 10th, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Where: Dave and Busters (map @ sdcfug.org)
Cost: Free Pool and Finger Food (Cash Bar)
RSVP: rsvp at sdcfug.org
More Info: http://www.sdcfug.org
We'd like to make this a technology agnostic event that brings together
developers of all kinds, a sort of annual "Technology Woodstock" or
"Ultimate Geek Happy Hour" for San Diego. To this end, we have gathered
together a few sponsors and rented out a private gameroom at Dave and
Busters. To kick things off this year, some folks from Macromedia San Diego
(formerly eHelp) will be joining us at the event. No sales or technical
presentations, just talking shop and munching on finger food while relaxing
and enjoying the games and atmosphere. Oh, and did we mention we will have
door prizes including books and software?
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