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Get off my bed! And a RavenDB Course Discounts for Munich and Chicago

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I can’t sleep, due to a literal doggie pile on my bed. Hence, I lay awake and ponder things like pricing strategies and other interesting topics.


In fact, as you can see, I put both dogs to sleep when taking about this.

The big one is a female German Shepherd, named Arava, and the smaller one is a charming fellow named Oscar.

And this is relevant to the discussion on a technical blog exactly how?

Well, as I said, Arava is a German Shepherd, and I have an upcoming RavenDB Course in Munich next month. If you go and register to the course, you can use Arava as the coupon code to get a 25% discount.

And before I forget Oscar (and hence get the biggest puppy eyes stare in the world), if you go and register to the Chicago RavenDB Bootcamp in late August, and use Oscar as the coupon code, you’ll get a 20% discount (what can I do, he is smaller).

The offer will remain open until I wake up, you have some time, I still need to find some way to get them off the bed : –).



If you have a course in Australia I will lend you my dog for a coupon. In fact I will give you my dog!

Phillip Haydon

Bar none, the most awesome post ever to occur on ayende.com

Ayende Rahien

Richard, We are planning to have a course in Australia in October.But I don't think that I'll like the quarantine with your dog :-)


Um, I'm relatively sure you didn't want to say that you put the dogs to sleep......


Oren, Great timing. We just picked this book up at the library for my son :).


It's funny because it's true. You meet my two crazy dogs and yep it's a bed battle every night.

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