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[Discuss] RSVP Required: BLU Desktop GNU/Linux SIG Meeting - Write Your First Android App - Weds, Sept 3, 2014

When: Wednesday, September 3, 2014 6:30PM

Location: Akamai, 4 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA

  Also easily accessibly by T.


  1) RSVP *is* required this month.

  2) This is *not* the same Akamai building we usually meet in.
      The RSVP requirement is due to this building's security
      procedures. See location above.

  3) Please note the location is different from BLU's
     standard MIT meeting location.

  4) Akamai has generously agreed to provide space
     and 'free as in food' for this meeting.
     Thank you to our sponsor!

  5) We have tickets to the MongoDB Boston conference to
      raffle off, courtesy of MongoLab (
      Must attend in person for a chance to win.


  Adam Stroud is the author of
  Professional Android Sensor
  Programming, former lead
  developer at RunKeeper, and
  current lead developer at
  Mustbin.  He is a
  self-proclaimed "phandroid"
  and is an active participant
  in the Android virtual
  community on StackOverflow and
  Android Google groups.
  All skill levels are welcome!

Transportation & Parking

  The Akamai office is a short walk from the Kendall Square T
  stop and other public transportation.

  Metered parking is normally available near our location.

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