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Learning more about Java and web development- I'm new to IT
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I live in Winter Park and I am new to IT- looking to network with everyone!

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At 1:18pm on June 16, 2015, Michael Levin said…

Hi MC and welcome to Codetown! Here's what you get: a page (this page!), a place to blog, post photosvideos, and a bunch of interest groups you surf to. Everything is free except advertising. You can friend people on Codetown and send PM's. There's chat, too. So, if you see someone you know online, you can chat with them. The OrlandoJUG meets every 4th Thursday in various places including the wonderful DeVry on Millennia Blvd, the ultra cool Canvs on Church Street and sometimes at Eden Bar just down the road from us in Winter Park. I'll be at www.Solidcon.com next week when OJUG meets. Enjoy Codetown, have fun at Veredus and you're in the right place to learn a lot right here. All the best, Michael   

 
 
 

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