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Re: [svjugfx] Bay Area JUG Roundup 2010

From: Stephen C.
Sent on: Friday, April 16, 2010 10:25 AM
Just a quick note, since this wasn't very clear.  We are using EventBrite for the sign-up, not Meetup.com, so the SvJugFx meetup page will always show the event as full.

To sign-up for the event, click on the EventBrite link in the description, or simply go to the following url:
http://bayareajugroundup.eventbrite.com/

Cheers,
--Steve

On 4/16/[masked]:56 AM, Stephen Chin wrote:
As I mentioned at our SvJugFx meeting last night, we are doing a combined Bay Area JUG meeting for our May 12th event. It will also be at the Oracle Conference Center, just in one of the larger rooms.

You can find the full details, as well as a link to the sign-up on EventBrite here:
Bay Area JUG Roundup 2010

We also have some premium giveaways. These will only be available if you sign-up online and are physically present to accept!

1st prize: 2 Free JavaOne Passes
2nd prize: 2 Kindles with O'reilly ebooks on programming already loaded on each (not sure how many 5-10 ebooks)
3rd prize: 7 books
Pro JavaFX Platform
Head First Java
Java Pocket Guide
Java: The Good Parts (hopefully it is out in time)
RESTful Java with JAX-RS
Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects
Web 2.0 Fundamentals for Developers: With AJAX, Development Tools, and Mobile Platforms




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