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Hello OJUG!

If you missed last night's OJUG meeting at the beautiful new Canvs offices, you missed a great time.The pizza was hot and Ed Burns and Vernon Singleton's JavaOne wrapup was cool!

We're looking for a presenter for the first OJUG meeting of 2018 in January. Ping me @mikelevin or call, email, any way you like.

Thanks to www.LifeRay.com for the pizza!

Ed, I hope you and Vern post your presentations here on Codetown as a discussion or however you like so the rest of the group can see and learn.

Stay tuned for the Dec 13 GatorJUG meeting announcement.

Blog, ya blokes! Blog! We want to hear from you here in Codetown!

All the best,

Mike
mike@codetown.con

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