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UK Smalltalk User Group Meeting - Monday, July 26th

After surviving the success of Camp Smalltalk London 2010, the London smalltalkers will gather again for their usual monthly meetup.

The July UK STUG meeting will be next Monday, July 26th. The venue the Counting House, close to Bank station, from 18:30 onwards. A sign will direct you to our reserved area; you can also ask the bar staff for directions in case you can't find us.

We'll share a few pints, debate the latest Smalltalk news and start planning for some more Smalltalk-related events.

See you there!

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