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Re: [Seattle-Grails-Groovy-Meetup] April meeting in Seattle

From: Ana
Sent on: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 10:09 AM
Hi, Micheal,
I have been working on Grails production apps for the last year - most
recently for a healthcare management product. I can probably answer
some of the questions that people have. But, it is always tough for me
to make it to amazon - across the bridge - in the evening. I am very
much interested in spreading information about groovy and grails,
mostly because I like working with it. So, if you decide to do a panel
with a QA session, I will commit to a specific date and time.

On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 11:35 PM, Michael Collado <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi everyone
> Since the March meeting was cancelled, I was wondering whether anyone would
> be interested in having another meeting in Seattle in April. We had quite a
> turnout of Amazon employees at the last one, but sadly, none from the
> regular meet ups and no one who is using Groovy or Grails on a regular basis
> (its been two years since I've worked on a production Grails app and I have
> no projects that are all or even mostly Groovy). Since I've been promoting
> Groovy and Grails with my coworkers, I've raised quite a lot of interest,
> but a lot of people want to talk with someone who can answer their questions
> regarding scalability and long term maintainability. Any group members who
> would be willing to show up in April to talk about what they've been working
> on and/or answer questions from other curious devs and PMs? Alternatively,
> I've been kicking around the idea of a Grails workshop to get people using
> the framework to highlight its simplicity and flexibility. We've talked
> about doing a book club meeting on the off months before. Maybe we can walk
> through the Grails user guide or some intro to Grails book and set up our
> dev environments and help each other experiment and come up with cool things
> to do with Groovy? Let me know if anyone is interested and I'll try to get
> the room booked. I can talk with my manager about getting pizza ordered
> again.
> Mike Collado
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