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Erlang Users of Arlington/DC Message Board › Let's hold a Mini Erlang Factory

Let's hold a Mini Erlang Factory

Rusty K.
RustyKlophaus
Alexandria, VA
Post #: 6
We should hold our own mini Erlang Factory. If we can get 3 or 4 presentations and 15 or 20 interested attendees, capped off by dinner and beer, then I think we could craft a nice little weekend afternoon for ourselves.

Here's what we need:
- Some speakers. You are working on something cool. Tell us about it.
- A location. Anybody work at an Erlang-friendly company who could host?
- A projector.
- A sponsor? It would be nice to have some snacks. Otherwise, maybe we could all pool together $5?

Reply back on this forum, or email me (rklophaus at the gmail dot com) if you can help with any of these things.
Ram C S.
RamCSingh
Seattle, WA
Post #: 4
I think this is a great idea, Rusty.

We should pull from up-and-down the East Coast, too.
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