"Lamine, Thanks for speaking at the GatorJUG meeting. I just asked Karim to post a review at GatorJUG Town here on Codetown. Could you please ask Maria to upload some photos here for us to use? Also, could you post a little bit about what you learned…"
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Lamine, Thanks for speaking at the GatorJUG meeting. I just asked Karim to post a review at GatorJUG Town here on Codetown. Could you please ask Maria to upload some photos here for us to use? Also, could you post a little bit about what you learned about Gainesville coders on SeneJUG Town? We can send the Senejug Google Group a pointer to the entry. I bet they like the Civic Media Center...All the best, Mike
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