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Field Trip to ATL Angular!
Once a month, we'll gather for a field trip to a local tech meetup. This month we'll meet for ATL Angular for "Curiosity: doesn't kill cats and makes better products" with WWCode Atlanta leader Daneez Owais. Exploratory testing is like walking around a city without a map. You will discover things you never thought to look for in the first place. We can apply this mindset to building products; to keep users happy and content, you have to explore your own product and be curious along the way... But don't RSVP here... RSVP on their meetup page here -->

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General Assembly @ Ponce City Market

675 Ponce de leon NE · Atlanta, GA

Respond by: 11/19/2018

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