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At 11:08am on October 9, 2012, Michael Levin said…

Alex, Hello and welcome to Codetown. I must have overlooked your joining up. I always welcome new members and especially people from the Gainesville area. By the way, we're having a Gainesville Java User Group meeting tomorrow at Santa Fe College, room S 326 from 6-9 and the topic is Android Design Patterns. Check out the announcement up top of the Codetown homepage in the Events section and RSVP if you plan to come. And, please invite your colleagues. This will be a very informative meeting. All the best, Michael Levin

 
 
 

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