SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

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SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

Post by FourthWorld » Thu Aug 12, 2010 12:48 am

The next meeting of the Southern California Rev User Group will be on Thursday, August 19th, at 7PM in Glendale.

Early birds can meet at 6PM at the restaurant across the street to share a meal before the meeting.

One of the topics being presented is an overview of Rev on Linux; other topics in the works.

If you're in SoCal feel free to join - the meeting is open to every Rev developer.

Details here:
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/socalrev/

Looking forward to seeing you there -
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Re: SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

Post by InfoCentral » Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:32 am

missed that one...how was the meeting?
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Re: SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

Post by FourthWorld » Tue Sep 21, 2010 4:53 pm

It was a lot of fun. My presentation on Rev in Linux seemed to go okay, but more interesting was Mark Stuart showing off his nifty Mailing List Reader app, which he and I will be making available through RevNet soon. Really nice work he's done on that. Mark also touched on the nature of making UI widgets in general, which we may be covering at the next meeting this coming Thursday, or in October is time runs short.

The rest of the lineup for this September meeting looks like a good time:

- Bill Vlahos will discuss the making and marketing of his InfoWallet product
- We'll have a roundtable discussion on the new LiveCode announcement from RunRev

We're meeting on Thursday, Sept. 23 at 7PM at the offices of MyShape in Glendale. Early birds can meet at Porto's restaurant across the street to share a meal before the meeting at 6PM.

If you're interested in attending, sign up for the SoCalRev group at Yahoo for directions to the meeting location:
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/socalrev/

Hope to see you there -
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Re: SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

Post by InfoCentral » Wed Sep 22, 2010 4:45 am

Sounds like fun. I have a meeting conflict though with another meeting this Thursday but so far I haven't head anything so I just may be free to attend.

I went the Yahoo Groups but I still didn't see any directions or an address listed.
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Re: SoCal Rev User Group meeting: Thursday, August 19th

Post by FourthWorld » Wed Sep 22, 2010 2:17 pm

The directions had been buried in a post in the Messages section. This morning I edited the front page to include meeting details there.
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