Re: [lsug] Pre-ScalaDays drink

From: Peter P.
Sent on: Monday, April 16, 2012 7:10 AM
This *official* Scala Days 2012 program appears to be out of date
http://days2012.s...­ with the accepted talks
http://days2012.s...­ ?!?

On 13 April[masked]:24, Andy Hicks <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi
>
> I've just posted this to the main scala email group but if you don't read it
> then here is a repeat.
> Basically, even if you are not going to ScalaDays but fancy a drink and a
> bit of a scala chat on Monday night then come to the Shakespeare pub
> (between skillsmatter and barbican tube), hopefully there should be some
> out-of-towners and a good evening.
> Andy
>
>
>
> ------------------
> Hi All
>
> Someone has just commented that what ScalaDays really needs is more
> socialising and a bit of a get-to-know-everyone­ evening beforehand, so if
> you're in London on Monday evening and want to come out for a drink and a
> Scala chat then please join us at The Shakespeare close the Barbican from
> 5:30 ( or whatever time the 'fast track to play' course finishes). Just look
> for the Scala badges/tshirts/etc
>
> Time: Monday from: 5:30
> At: The Shakespeare
> http://www.shakes...­
>
> gmap:
>
> http://maps.googl...­
>
>
>
> Also, Dojo Evening
> On Thursday the TimGroup hold there regular monthly Scala Dojo, there are
> currently some spaces and all are welcome. To sign up
> http://www.meetup...­
>
>
> If you know-of/ planning/ or want to meet-up with other events around
> ScalaDays then it would be interesting to know about them
>
> Andy
> ps: if you live in London join the LSUG
>
>
> Some other stuff that may be useful:-
>
> Map of Area
> The best map of walking distance around the Barbican that I can find is:
> http://www.barbic...­
> The evening reception at Lincoln's Inn is located between Kingsway and
> Chancery Lane on this the map.
>
>
> Non Scala or guide-book stuff
> Anyone interested in computer history may be interested in knowing that the
> portate of Ada Lovelace that is normally hangs 10 Downing Street is on show
> at Whitechapel Gallery (directions on map above)
>
>
>
>
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