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Camp Smalltalk London 2010


The UK Smalltalk User Group would like to invite everyone to attend Camp Smalltalk London this July 16-18.

The Pharo team will be holding one of their regular coding sprints and, in true Camp Smalltalk spirit, other Smalltalkers will be gathering together to do some productive work on their projects.

In addition, we want to welcome those who just want to learn more about Smalltalk, so we'll be holding an introductory tutorial on the first morning. We'll have you writing Smalltalk by lunch! If there's interest, we'll follow up with a Seaside tutorial the next day.

So whatever your level of experience, this is a great chance to meet other developers, network, discuss ideas, write code, and have some fun.

Cincom is generously treating us to dinner on Saturday at a unique London restaurant and Pinesoft will be opening up their spectacular London offices for the daytime activities. We are still finalizing some of the details but we wanted to announce the dates as soon as possible so you could begin your planning.

Thanks to our sponsors, the event is completely free. All we ask is that you sign up at cslondon2010.eventbrite.com so that we can plan everything for the right number of people. The current schedule and other logistical details are available on that site and we'll send out updates as we finalize the remaining items.

If you have any questions, just send an email to jfitzell@cincom.com.

We hope to see you there on July 16 - 18!

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