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Event Highlights: October 4th – 10th, 2010

As much as we want to believe Switch is the only event happening this week, it turns out there is other stuff going on, too. We’d like to implore you to get your tickets for Switch before its too late, but also to check out Philly.rb’s hack night as well as meetup with your fellow […]

As much as we want to believe Switch is the only event happening this week, it turns out there is other stuff going on, too.
We’d like to implore you to get your tickets for Switch before its too late, but also to check out Philly.rb’s hack night as well as meetup with your fellow PHP enthusiasts. Also if Switch isn’t your thing, no biggy. There are lots of Wednesday events on our calendar.

Monday, October 4th: Nearly every time the Ruby Hack Night comes around it lands right here on the event highlights, and for good reason: we think a robust Ruby community leads to cool web apps. And cool web apps lead to cool businesses. So start building the next great thing at the Philly.rb hack night on Monday. 6 p.m. Center City. INFO.
Wednesday, October 6th: You may not of heard, but we’re excited about hosting our biggest event yet. It’s called Switch and it features five local innovators demoing their stuff in front of a crowd at the comfy confines of the Levitt Auditorium at the University of the Arts. Tickets are $9, and afterwards we’ll grab half-priced drinks at the Tavern on Broad. What’s not to love? 6 p.m. Center City. INFO.
Thursday, October 7th: Get caught up on the latest content management systems when the Philly PHP meetups reconvenes after a short hiatus. The meetup is in the burbs, so be sure to hop on the R5 to make it easier on you. We say “R5” because we have no idea how the new naming system works. 7:00 p.m. Bryn Mawr. INFO.

Companies: Philly.rb

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