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Re: Stairway to Scala Boston, Dec 5 to 9, 2011

From: Bill V.
Sent on: Saturday, October 15, 2011 4:07 PM
Hello again,

I wanted to follow up my previous email with a quick reminder that the
early bird discount is about to expire for our Boston Scala workshop.
We actually sold out Friday the original room we'd booked, but luckily
we were able to switch to a larger room at the same facility, so we
still have room for a few more. We also extended the early bird
discount over the weekend through Monday, Oct 17, so there's still a
few days to get in at those rates. More info and sign up is here:


I know Boston is a bit far away from New York. Dick and I are still
interested in bringing a public course to New York City at some point
in the future, but we don't have any firm plans as yet. So in the
short term Boston is the best bet. I'll be in New York in early
November and both Dick and I will probably both be there sometime in
January. If we can overlap with a ny-scala meetup, it would be nice to
join in. I don't see much pattern on when your group decides to meet,
but I'll keep an eye on your schedule.



On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 10:47 AM, Bill Venners <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Thanks to everyone who replied to my earlier query about Scala
> training on the east coast. Because we got such a good response, Dick
> Wall and I decided to bring Stairway to Scala to Boston the first week
> of December. You can get more details, and sign up, here:
> http://www.artima...­
> The early bird discount will be available until October 15. The room
> we've rented has limited space, so the best way to ensure you'll get a
> spot is to register early.
> Dick and I are giving a Stairway to Scala course in San Francisco this
> week, and that will keep us busy. Dewayne Johnson, whom I've CC'd, can
> help with registration or questions if Dick and I are unavailable.
> It was a bit of a battle between New York and Boston, as we got a lot
> of interest for both cities. We would also like to bring Stairway to
> Scala to New York at some point, but we don't have firm plans for that
> at this time.
> Thanks.
> Bill
> ----
> Bill Venners
> Artima, Inc.
> http://www.artima...­
> PS. Sorry if I sent out an empty email a few minutes prior to this
> one. Clicked the wrong button. Hopefully it didn't make it through the
> filter.

Bill Venners
Artima, Inc.

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