After an awesome day yesterday at the ballpark and last month's ride up Conzelman road, I think it's time for another chill day in the sun being easy with the BikeBQ.
Let's hit Alamo Square and catch each other up on what we're working on and take an afternoon to relax.
As always I'll supply the BBQ and music, you bring beverages, blankets and something to grill.
Also just a reminder that we've got another great event at Adobe tomorrow night so come hear David Lenaerts & Carlos Icaza talk about gaming and 3d.
Afterwards we'll head over to Mars bar for drinks.
See you there,
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Could have used more BBQ grills
0 · May 28, 2012
Everyone I brought with me loved it.
0 · May 27, 2012
Had a blast and met tons of great people. Can't wait to do it again.
Love this group! Awesome geeks, tasty grub, stunning scenery...
0 · May 26, 2012
Terrific bunch of people, good times
Hey Guys! Looking forward to seeing you all today. In the meantime you can add [masked] to your Gtalk/XMPP contacts to talk to everyone in the group chatty-style.
I'm not sure when I'll be there due to (what else) a weekend meeting with my startup CEO, but I do endeavor to make it.
My pre-funded consumer health data startup is in search of a technical lead/founding team member. Our CTO is scheduled to be deployed to Afghanistan in July.
0 · May 25, 2012
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