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LispNYC Holiday Party / NYC Tech Meta-Party

LispNYC & NYC technical user groups are joining forces to hold another holiday party to remember!

Groups include: 

AWSNewYork (for users of Amazon Web Services) 
CFSG (Community Free Software Group) 
ChefNYC (for users of Chef) 
DebianNYC (New York Debian Local Group) 
DigitalOceanNYC (for users of Digital Ocean) 
DockerNewYork (for users of Docker) 
DrupalNYC (Drupal New York City) 
Lopsa-NYC (League of Professional System Administrators New York City Chapter) 
LispNYC (New York City Lisp User Group) 
NYC*BUG (New York City *BSD User Group) 
NYCCloudFoundry (users of Cloud Foundry PaaS) 
nycdevops (New York City Devops Meetup Group) 
NYC-Clojure (NYC Clojure Users Group) 
NYC-OCaml (The NYC OCaml Meetup) 
NYCPUG (NYC PostgreSQL User Group) 
NYC PyLadies (Mentoring women in Python) 
NY-Haskell (New York Haskell Users Group) 
NYLUG (New York Linux Users Group) 
NYPHP (New York PHP User Group) 
PuppetNYC (New York Puppet User Group) 
TA3M (Techo Activist Third Mondays) 
UNIGROUP (New York City's Unix User's Group)

Everyone of all types of expertise and interests are welcome.  The party starts at 7 PM and will continue until at least 10 PM.  It is the ideal networking opportunity of the season, and a chance to connect with old friends and make new ones.

Our generous sponsors are covering drinks and hors d'oeuvres for the evening.  (Until the funds run out, at which point everyone is welcome to stay and partake of the cash bar.)

The current list of sponsors includes:

New York Internet (NYI) 
InformIT (Imprints include Addison-Wesley, Prentice Hall, SAMS & more!) 
Brandorr Group 
Amazon Web Services 
Digital Ocean 
2U, Inc 
Jane Street 
NYC PostgreSQL User Group / (Stack Exchange's sites for sysadmins and developers) 
New York Times

Additional sponsors are welcome to join in and show their support for New York City's technical community.  Contact us at [masked]  and [masked].

Help us make the 2014 holiday party a success!

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  • Anne M.

    Question! Is there a little dance floor and perhaps could I teach a Single step swing (SSS) lesson at 6pm? The beauty of SSS for leaders is that only one step need be learned - yet it works for all kinds of music. The beauty of SSS for followers is that finally more leaders will ask us to dance :). I am not a big 'party' person, not drinking nor desiring loudness nor staying up late, but I adore dancing! (It's one of the few things that has gotten me to stay up late at nights.)

    November 22, 2014

    • Heow G.

      Hey Anne, the venue will be full so I really doubt there will be room to dance. Perhaps later in the evening after it starts to die down. However, you'll find no shortage of experienced partners, I personally know our members do: swing, lindy, ballroom, hustle, blues and tango.

      1 · November 30, 2014

    • Heow G.

      Hey look, a dance broke out!­]

      December 8, 2014

  • Richard M.

    I always have too good of a time at the LispNYC parties!

    1 · December 2, 2014

  • Pierre de L.

    This was great. Got to see a lot of old faces as well as some new.

    December 2, 2014

  • Alexandria V.

    Sorry I can't make it! I hope everyone has a fantastic time and happy holidays.

    December 1, 2014

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