You're on! We have some openings in the coming months. Let me know when you're ready to present a talk on iPhone dev and what you'd like to talk about. That would be great. I like to keep GatorJUG and OrlandoJUG in sync, so hopefully you can make a Gainesville run. We have a guest room at Swampcast HQ - we'll show you the town!
Hi Naomi and welcome to CodeTown. iPhone development, eh? I want to hear all about it! I'll start an iPhone Development group and we can start discussing it. I keep meaning to drop by Soft Exposure. Love the blog!
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