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How did you hear about Codetown?
Orlando Java Users Group
What are your main interests in software development?
Mostly Grails, Groovy, Kotlin, Java. I'd like to get into speaking at these types of events eventually.
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Sanford, FL

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At 12:59pm on October 24, 2018, Michael Levin said…

May be next year. We usually don’t meet in Nov-Dec. Maybe you’ll be our first speaker!

At 9:38pm on October 9, 2018, Michael Levin said…

That’s great news. I’d really like to be there for the presentation. Let me see what’s up and I’ll be in touch very soon. 

At 5:02pm on October 3, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Sounds great, Joe. We meet on the 4th Th, this month is 10/25. I am going to CodeOne, so will either reschedule the meeting or get someone to lead. 

At 2:38pm on October 3, 2018, Michael Levin said…

You’ll want to join the OrlandoJUG Town group here on Codetown, too. 

At 2:38pm on October 3, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Joe and welcome to Codetown! We’re looking for a speaker for this month’s OJUG. Let me know if you’re interested.

 
 
 

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