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Need to be part of the Gatorjug group in Gainesville.
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I would like to point students in Facebook to the Gatorjug area here, but the info on the Gatorjug group was last updated on Dec. 22. Can you put a new time stamp on it by adding info about the next upcoming meeting?

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Buzzword Bingo

Posted on February 23, 2012 at 9:17am 1 Comment

James Ward gave a great presentation on Heroku.  The server of choice for Facebook developement.  He commented on some attendees not being familiar with all the buzzwords he used.  So we thought of a Buzzword Bingo game. 

I think having a handout with the most common buzzwords especially any the speaker is likely to use would be useful.  I have always thought having a handout about the speaker and topic would be a good idea.  I have never had the time to actually create such a useful…

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At 12:41pm on July 12, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Here's a link to the Ojug mailing list
http://groups.google.com/group/ojug
At 12:38pm on July 12, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Now I understand. I'll make you a Codetown Gatorjug admin. Then you can mod the group. How's that sound, hombre!
At 12:37pm on July 12, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Let's talk about the Facebook page you mentioned. Is it a Santa Fe page? I just noticed the info you put for me in your Codetown profile. You have to send me a message for me to notice unless I am just browsing profiles!
 
 
 

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