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Just-in-time coding session - Monday May 2nd

With another long weekend upon us, why not meet up for an impromptu coding session on Monday May 2nd.

We will meet at the Barbican Centre, which offers free wifi and ample seating space with tables and power sockets (sort of ideal for a coding session!).

As Monday is a holiday, the Barbican Centre opens at noon. Let's aim at meeting up from 1pm onwards for some coding and coffee.

If you have any questions, get in touch with Yann Monclair.

Hope to see you there!


Bruce said…
Brilliant! I'll be there :-)

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