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August (10th) meeting of the UK Smalltalk User Group

The nominal date for our meetings is the evening of the second Monday of the month, so that's:

18:00 on 10th August

The default venue is the Counting House:

http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1461.html

There is talk that this meeting may involve some well known Smalltalk figures who are interested in iPhone applications ... so the event may move about a bit. But for now, the above is it, so:

See you at 18:00 on 10th August at the Counting House!

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