Building and Maintaining a Project Community with Github

 

 

 

Arch Reactor is pleased to host a presentation this saturday.  The event is open to the public, and the invite has already gone out to many computer related user groups in St Louis.

From Bill Odom:

 

 

Andy Lester (a.k.a. the guy behind ack, Mechanize, Perlbuzz, and lots of
other useful stuff, including the book "Land the Tech Job You Love") is
visiting St. Louis this weekend. While he's here, he's giving a presentation
on community projects and GitHub that he prepared for the most recent OSCON
and CodeConf conferences. Andy's presentations are always engaging and
informative, so be sure to attend if you can.

Here are the details:

   WHO:
       Andy Lester
       @petdance
       http://petdance.com/

   WHAT:
       "Building and Maintaining a Project Community with Github"

   WHEN:
       Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
       Socializing 4pm-5pm; presentation starts at 5pm sharp

   WHERE:
       ArchReactor
       Jefferson Underground Building
       2400 South Jefferson Avenue
       St. Louis, MO 63104

       http://archreactor.org/location


If you think you'll be able to attend, please send me (billodom@gmail.com) a
note so we'll have a rough idea of how many people to expect.

Many thanks to the folks at ArchReactor for providing a location on short
notice.

Hope to see you there!

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