PIZZA /POP and Development tools you CAN'T live without!

  • March 4, 2010 · 6:00 PM
  • RightNow Technologies

Pizza - pop.. and good times discussing some sweet programming/technology/stuff... Alright -- here's the lowdown: Rob Irizarry with RightNow technologies has been gracious enough to host the meeting this month. Link to map here: ---------------------------------------------
http://montanaprogram... Google Directions from I-90: --------------------------------------------- We will have 3 parts to this meeting: First - spend a little time eating pizza, visit and get to know one another. Second - we will discuss the "tools you can't live without" - those that want to share are welcomed to give a short/sweet present on their tool of uber importance. I will lead the way with a quick walk-through of the new MySQL Workbench. So, bring a list of your favorite tools, applications, etc. Third - we will discuss some planning (briefly) about the who and what of next months meeting. Finish with some more general discussions/network and visit. Thanks for helping get your area started! Bring a friend... Last meeting was a blast! (another thank you to Philip Downer for hosting last month)! Ian

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  • Philip D.

    Love MySQL Workbench. Has really gotten me jazzed about developing databases.

    March 5, 2010

  • Ian M.

    Amazing night! Great host/facilities. Great core group forming in Bozeman area. Very productive and informative night!

    March 5, 2010

  • Rob I.

    Awesome meeting this evening, great mix of people, skills & interests! Lots of good topics for the next one, looking forward to it!

    March 4, 2010

  • Jade R.

    It was fun, can't wait to get down to some presenters with awesome topics.

    March 4, 2010

  • Philip D.

    I wonder about some of the meeting rooms at the Bozeman Public Library. If you'd like, Ian, I can call around for a venue.

    March 2, 2010

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