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Hello OrlandoJUG!

We're having our meeting this Thursday instead of the 4th Th. We'll meet at DeVry Univ, 4000 Millennia Blvd in room 116. We'll network from 6-7 and the presentation will begin around 7, so no worries if you can't get there by 6.

All the details are at the announcement:

Please RSVP so I'll know how much pizza to order! The Orlando Tech meetup is also Thursday, so I know some of you will be there. This was the only night Carol could make it and we're absolutely delighted to have her as a speaker. She lives in Jacksonville, so it's a treat to have her down here in Orlando for a presentation.

Carol worked as a Java Evangelist with Sun and traveled the world for years giving talks. She's also an experienced developer!

As always, I hope to see many of you Thursday. Feel free to bring a friend and spread the word!

All the best,

Michael Levin

OrlandoJUG Chair



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