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Events Highlights for May 10-16, 2010

No Cinco De Mayo this week to muck up your plans to get some networking done on Wednesday night. Actually, even if you plan on drinking Wednesday, Tuesday has quite a few events, and the rest of the week is pretty full, too. Tuesday, catch the return of Philadelphia Standards Organization or meet out in […]

No Cinco De Mayo this week to muck up your plans to get some networking done on Wednesday night.
Actually, even if you plan on drinking Wednesday, Tuesday has quite a few events, and the rest of the week is pretty full, too.
Tuesday, catch the return of Philadelphia Standards Organization or meet out in the ‘burbs with Agile Philly. And yes, Wednesday’s got plenty to offer as well: check in with May’s Philly ALT.NET meeting for an overview of Microsoft Azure and more.

All events listed on the event calendar are free to attend. Be sure to check our complete calendar for more.
Tuesday, May 11th: Philadelphia Standards Organization returns after a several month lapse, to meet and discuss the new HTML5 canvas. If you missed PANMA’s HTML Demystified, here’s a second chance to get acquainted. 6:00 p.m. Center City. RSVP. [view more events]
Tuesday, May 11th: If you’re business is growing, Agile Philly wants to help. The group will help organizations in the audience come up with solutions to change pace. 6:00 p.m.Berwyn. DETAILS. [view more events]
Wednesday, May 12: Philly ALT.NET will discuss .NET and Azure, Microsoft’s cloud platform. The group’s presentation will give an overview and simple code to get you started. 6:00 p.m.University City. DETAILS. [view more events]
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