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BYOD SimulSquad™(Co-Work/­Learn&S­ocial on Your Topics) of US.92654(Laguna Hills)

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• Kindly make sure an event host knows your cell # and what {hour range: arrive & leave time} to expect you.  For whatever hours you would enjoy, RSVP & join! 
• We've been running tech SimulSquads™ 2 to 5 times every month since 2014.
• This is advertised on a wide-variety of groups plus flyers and word-of-mouth, so often there are more people joining us than RSVPed YES on this one re-listing; but attendance is limited and sometimes selective, as a successful meeting has just 2 to 10 people, mostly regulars, who really get to know & love each other ...becoming your band of local tech buds!
• We're here for you currently every Monday’ a nearby affordable quality friendly restaurant —usually the same venue but can change so stay tuned.
• Per our BYOD SimulSquad™ name, ‘We work together in squads of 1 or more on your topics & courses & projects: on anything’, including any topic, ’do-able on’ BYOD (portable electronics of all sorts (laptops, smartphones, tablets, hotspots, keyboards, cameras, mics, meters, soldering, and of course big video & sound!) plus yes sometimes even books, pen, & paper!)
‘—training, coding, designing, biz/org-starting, research, homework, study group, office hours, writing,’ website building & maintaining, computer admin, accounting & bill paying, presentations, ’campaigning, hackathon, gaming’, even electronics building & repair!
• ‘We also do great flipped-classroom co-training (self-paced & all-levels & level-sorted) on topics Node.js, Python, Android, even Bernie-calling, ...any topic with online-tutorials we readily do!’
• To ensure event hosts will be there for you, again ‘make sure an event host knows your cell # and what {hour range: arrive & leave time} to expect you.’  While one could RSVP & join for even just a few minutes, attendees generally participate from 3 to 9 hours so they can get in a good amount of great work, eating, play!
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    • A former member
      A former member

      Unfortunately, at 4:00 pm on Monday I will be at work.

      January 24

      • CoderBud

        *Meetup email ‘Date: Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 7:48 PM
        Subject: CoderBud sent you a message: Before quitting OCJavaScript, did you see our reply to your comment?
        : Dear Marybarbara­ , I write you because we OCJavaScript group leaders just got Meetup's email about you of [in previous cmt].

        ‘Before quitting OCJavaScript, did you see our reply to your comment?'­] ; we naturally hoped you would post a reply post there. Since you can't (now that you've quit), just reply back here. Also if u give us the days & hours you can make it, we sometimes can accommodate. Moral (indeed as our signup Qs suggest): before quitting or doing anything notably negative, always try to 1st work out a solution with event hosts; or was it you tried by that event comment but you just didn't get/see Meetup's alert of our reply to you?’
        *BIT we've gotten no reply thus far (now[masked]WedPst1248).­

        February 1

      • CoderBud

        *Just now ‘12:09 PM’ also created https://secure.meetup....­ (so also the new way to send direct Meetup messages) sending message ‘Former member Marybarbara­ , we've been replying back to your replies, as should be in your Meetup email plus now also detailed in­] . Have you gotten all or any of our replies? you then quit mistakenly at least without seeing-apparently & replying to our replies. So we're sending you this 3rd alert. Awaiting your replies.’

        February 1

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    • CoderBud +1
      Event Host
    • Lucy P. +1
      of Laguna; 2014.09.13-; vid prod head; our graphics+txt-proofing, Assistant Organizer,
      Event Host
    • A former member
      +1 guest

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