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Re: [Seattle-Grails-Groovy-Meetup] Later meeting next month

From: Matt W.
Sent on: Monday, August 8, 2011 11:10 AM
That'd be fantastic! We were actually going to have to move the meeting anyway since Debbie's out of town during our normal time, so I'm fine with moving it later to accommodate fantastic guest speakers.

What does everyone else think?

On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 11:07 AM, Michael Collado <[address removed]> wrote:
I pinged Tim Berglund and Ken Sipe on Twitter and asked them if they would come by our group meetup next month while they're in town for NFJS and they're both in. I've heard Tim Berglund speak before and I met Ken Sipe at Strangeloop in St. Louis last year. They're both excellent speakers and very into Groovy. The conference is between Sept. 23 - 25, so its quite a lot later in the month than the normal meeting. They suggested covering Gradel (Ken Sipe is CTO at Gradleware and Tim Berglund does (among other things) lots of training classes on Gradle). Would every one be interested in moving the meeting or having a second one later in the month?

Mike Collado





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