San Francisco, CAUSA 94109
March 11, 2008
I run the SF Java meetup, but I also enjoy toying with PHP and seeing what it can do. I'm looking forward to meeting the folks in the community.
If you live in the Bay Area and consider yourself a PHP developer/enthusiast, then the best way to be part of the growing local PHP community is to join this PHP meetup!
Hello Nice to meet you Aleksandar!!! :-)
Thank you again for last night's event. The lightening presentation format is really exciting and interesting. An overarching theme or topic like another audience member suggested would be extremely interesting and would bring all the presentations together.
Pleasure to meet you.
I am reaching out to you as my company, OneLogin, has recently opened a new office in Downtown SF and we are looking to hire on a few great engineers.
If you keeping your options open currently, I would love to get you more details on current positions.
If you are happy where you are at, I would still appreciate the opportunity to network with you.
Do you have 10-15 minutes to speak this week?
I'm David Cao's helper Viki, who's doing a little bit of plan and publicity. Now I would like to invite you to be a speaker at Silicon Valley Meetup Organizers on:
This is an event for Meetup organizers to meet together, including how to market and manage your meetup etc. If you are interested, please connect with me at [masked] and we will keep you updated :)
Thanks for the great book, Web Java Architecture, Designing Modules with OSGi (I'm glad I piped up with an answer to what a Java exception is--catch it, throw it, or let it go sailing by!) Read the first chapter this morning--this is one I need to read...