July 14th, 2009
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Interest count for dojo.beer() event at OSCON next week

Update: We have some interest, and I’ll advertise this event at my Dojo tutorial on Tuesday, so anyone who is interested should pencil in Wednesday, 22 July @ 7pm. Venue: O’Flaherty’s. From the map, it looks to be easily accessible from the conference.

Anyone want to get together for a dojo.beer() event at OSCON next week? Basically, a dojo.beer() event is just a little get together to talk some shop about what’s happening with Dojo, Ajax, the open web, etc. whilst refreshing oneself with dinner and a few beers in good company.

Any preferences for Wednesday, July 22 versus Thursday, July 23?

Recommendations for venue in the San Jose area?

Please, chime in below or throw out a holla to @dojotdg and/or @dojobeer.

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5 Responses to “Interest count for dojo.beer() event at OSCON next week”

  1. Chris Barber Says:

    I’ll be at OSCON this year and would be down for grabbing dinner/beer. I would prefer Wednesday night. There’s some interesting BOFs on Thursday night I would prefer not to miss. Email or ping me on IRC/Twitter with a plan.

    Thanks!

    -Chris

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  4. Alex Martelli Says:

    Alas, at 7pm tomorrow I’ll be debating open source languages (Python, Perl, Ruby, PHP, Java — guess which one am I;-) — I may be free at 8 and if that’s the case I’ll try to join you guys at O’Flaherty!-)

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