Hello Juggies

If you have wondered what all the buzz is about microservices, tonight is the night to come and learn from a pro.

We will have one ticket to Oscon (Portland, OR) to raffle off. Even if you can’t make the meeting, let me know and I’ll drop your email address in the hat. Let me tell you: this is the best open source conference around and it’s not cheap. Details at www.oscon.com

Oracle is buying pizza and drinks so be sure to RSVP.

We’re looking for a speaker for next months meeting.

I’m looking forward to seeing many of you at the meeting tonight at Starter Studio. Details at www.orlandojug.org

All the best,

Michael Levin
www.mikelevin.net

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