Josh, I read a reference to a Josh Davis of Wired Mag in this article and thought of you. We're putting together our 2013 JUG speaker schedule for GatorJUG, OrlandoJUG and Senejug - let me know if you have some interest in Florida or Africa!
The OJUG is scheduled from 6-9 3/25 at DeVry University, 4000 Millennia Blvd, room 116 Orlando 32839. Detains at http://www.codetown.us/events/orlandojug-building-a-grails The room accommodates 20 people. Looking forward to it! Feel free to use the Codetown Event invite feature to spread the word. /Mike
Thanks for coming to Gainesville and speaking about the Grails Portal. Even without some prerequisite programming knowledge, the presentation was informative to me and generated some interesting discussions.
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