Ayende @ Rahien

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My name is Oren Eini
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Geek Dinner at London, Tuesday, 19th Feb, 19:00

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First, I want to thank Howard van Rooijen for setting this up.

It is going to be at the Lowlander, Covent Garden, at the 19 Feb, Tuesday, at 19:00

The address is: 6 Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5RR or use Google Map.

You are welcome to drop in. Please comment here if you plan to arrive.

And thanks again to Howard.


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Symon Rottem

Hey Ayende - first time I've even heard of a Geek Dinner. Is there more information available about this event (I assume it's recurring)?

John Rayner

Mmmmm .... Belgian beer. I'll definitely be there. ;-)

Ian Cooper

Hi Oren,

We have a meeting of the London .NET user group (http://www.dnug.org.uk/) that night, between 18:30 and 21:30. We'll be holding the second of a series of sessions on TDD that night, with the focus this time on areas like Test Doubles. We will be at Conway Hall (http://www.conwayhall.org.uk/), so we are not too far away. I guess some folks might be able to catch up after for a beer.

Peter Mounce

I'll plan on being there; dinner then London .NET UG. Looking forward to meeting you!

Stuart Cullinan

Hi Oren, myself and a colleague will see you there, may pass on the food but will join you for a few beers. Look forward to meeting you.

Julian Birch

Count me in. How do I recognize you?

(Me, I'll be wearing a fairly silly (pink and blue) scarf. Not to be recognizable, but because it's cold.)

Looking forward to it.

Damien Guard

A little too late notice for me :(

[)amien

RhysC

See you there even just to say hi :)

Stuart Jones

Good to meet you all last night. Nice to put faces to names - and to also get an insight into people's work and philosophies

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