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April Meeting - April 20th

Hi all,


the April meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group will be held on Monday, April 20th, at our usual venue. We decided to postpone the meeting since this April the second Monday of the month happens to be a Bank holiday.


This month, we'll make good use of the new, free WiFi connection offered by the Counting House to organize a Smalltalk hacking session.


See you on Monday!



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