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Event Highlights April 4 – 10, 2011

The Phillies are 3-0 and we have three events. Coincidence? I think not. We have quite the week for you developer types. Whether you consider yourself a Microsoft fanboy or you prefer Adobe products, you have a meetup for you. This week: Microsoft goes to camp, Philly.rb hacks and CFUG slurps. Microsoft Code Camp – […]

The Phillies are 3-0 and we have three events. Coincidence? I think not.
We have quite the week for you developer types. Whether you consider yourself a Microsoft fanboy or you prefer Adobe products, you have a meetup for you.
This week: Microsoft goes to camp, Philly.rb hacks and CFUG slurps.
Microsoft Code Camp – If you fancy yourself a .NET programmer, then Microsoft Code Camp is your Woodstock. With over 900 registrants, raffle prizes that include an Xbox and an impressive set of 65 sessions, we suggest making your way up to DeVry University in Fort Washington this weekend. Saturday. All Day. Fort Washington. INFO.
April ColdFusion Meeting – For this month’s meetup, Philly CFUG presents Vicky Ryder and her app MediaSlurp. Learn what it takes to make a successful application that leverages Adobe technologies. Thursday. 7 p.m. University City. INFO.
Philly.rb Hack Night – Get together and build stuff with other Ruby programers. Monday. 7 p.m. Rittenhouse. INFO.

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