We'd be happy to step up and provide the space as well as food and drinks. The place we have in mind is Bonchon on 38th street bet. 7th and 8th ave. The upper level of this restaurant can be sectioned off for this gathering, and the fried chicken here is mind-blowing as written up by NYT (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/07/dining/07fried.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=bon%20chon&st=cse
). If interested, let me know soon so we can make the arrangements.
Some background info on us -- Darrel and I are from DramaFever, a rapidly growing destination site for the best of Asian prime-time TV, movies, and music videos with English subtitles. Our site runs on Django / Python, and we're well on our way to becoming a fairly large consumer web project. Most of our users are non-Asian and increasingly mainstream as we grow.?We bootstrapped our way to a fully functioning business that is close to cash flow positive, and recently raised a round of funding to accelerate growth. We'd love to talk to you if you're experienced in Django and want to get in on the ground floor an exciting new business with a high potential growth trajectory. We offer competitive compensation with equity as well as a very flexible, developer-friendly working environment.
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 11:24 AM, David Christian <[address removed]>
So we're still looking a space for next Tuesday, for about 40 people.
Anyone want to take this opportunity to step up and help out the NYC
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