Event: SF Cloud Computing Club Meetup on Mar 16

Got an invitation email from my colleague Jame Watters who is the organizer of the SF Cloud Computing Club. This is the 4th of a very successful series of meet-ups for cloud professionals to network and brain storm new ideas.

I just registered the event, no nice portrait yet. If you are in bay area, it’s highly recommended.

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What: SF Cloud Club Part 4: The great Cloud Connect Gathering! (By special request)
When: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 7:00 PM
Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)
How: http://www.meetup.com/SF-Cloud-Computing-Club/calendar/12455606/

Please register now however so I can gauge demand. If you register and don’t come without a change of RSVP I will force you to play hockey with me.
— James Watters

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