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April 6Monday

  • MySQL Meetup

    April 6, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm – Orlando Learn about new features in the recent 5.1 release of MySQL, talk about any challenges you are facing with MySQL, and give feedback directly to developers. Discuss SQL generalities, or storage-engine Organized by Chad Miller | Type: meetup

June 22Tuesday

  • Rework Meetup

    June 22, 2010 from 8pm to 9pm – Panera Bread If you're in Orlando, and like 37signals, small companies, or you're a starter, check out this Rework Meetup - Organized by Gustavo | Type: meetup

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December 7Friday

  • Agile Lean Coffee (Orlando)

    December 7, 2012 from 7:45pm to 9:30pm – Drunken Monkey A bit about our Agile Lean Coffee Orlando: everyone owns the gathering (though usually one of us makes sure we have supplies.) We seek any topics that are of interest to whoever is gathered. We prior Organized by Mark Kilby and friends | Type: meetup

December 12Wednesday

  • Build Guild

    December 12, 2012 from 6pm to 9pm – The Other Bar Looking for a December informal gathering in Orlando that crosses tech borders? Here's one that sounds great. It's for anyone interested in web development and that includes PHP, Ruby, Python and Ja Organized by The Build Guild ::: -Bill Spingarn (@bil2k) and Matt McGee (@Matthew_McGee) | Type: meetup

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