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OrlandoJUG June

Time: June 25, 2015 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Canvs
Street: 101 S. Garland
City/Town: Orlando FL 32801
Website or Map: http://www.canvs.org
Phone: 321-252-9322
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2015

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This month we'll meet again at Canvs. We had a fantastic time last month. Ken Krueger gave a great presentation on Spring Boot. Several new folks showed up. What a super venue. 

I wrote up a little description of Canvs here: http://www.codetown.us/group/orlandojug/forum/topics/canvs-in-our-future

Please tell your friends and colleagues so we have a good turnout. And, please update your Codetown profiles! Photos, bio info, location is nice to know and don't forget about your blog. And, be sure to actually join the OJUG Town group here on Codetown so you'll be easy to spot and reach. You can use the invite feature, too! 

I'm at Solid www.solidcon.com and Greg Groves will lead the meeting. We'll have one of our great open spaces meetups. What's an open spaces meetup you say? That's where people are given 10-15 minutes to present a subject they find interesting for the group. The fact that people get a chance to talk about a project or subject they know about rather than a eyes forward presentation is always, and I mean always a great time. 

As always, I hope to see you there and I hope to see many new faces. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

All the best,

Michael Levin



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Comment by Greg Groves on June 25, 2015 at 2:07pm

Since the Android group is also meeting at Canvs tonight, we've decided to combine the meetups. See the Android Developer meetup page at http://www.meetup.com/Central-Florida-Android-Developers-Group/even...

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