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Great! Please feel free to forward on the invite.
I sent the announcement to the CS Grads mailing list (and as you can
see I cross-posted this to the MN Ubuntu list).
Here's a map for folks besides Mike who may not know exactly where EE/CS is:
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 3:43 PM, Mike Miller wrote:
> This will be great. I can't wait. The timing is perfect because I
> really need to start using subversion with software I've been
> working on.
> On Sat, 17 Jan 2009, Jeremy wrote:
>> The next TCLUG meeting is Tue Jan 20th!
>> UofM EE/Csci Building Room #3-125
>> Adam will be talking about Version Control:
>> 18.2 Reasons Why You Can't Live Without Version Control
>> first principles, tips, and tricks of version control by
>> example using Subversion
>> Whether you're a non-techie, brand-spanking-new to the
>> command line or a wizened kung-fu coder, you can benefit from
>> version control. Come learn skills that will propel you from
>> beginner to hardened veteran! Come meet talented and
>> lively members of the Twin Cities Linux User Group! Live
>> demonstrations will be shown using the Subversion version
>> control system, but the concepts are portable to other
>> version control systems.
>> Adam Monsen is a software engineer with an intense desire to
>> help lift people out of poverty by engineering robust and
>> efficient Free and Open Source Software. He is a GNU/Linux
>> enthusiast and he enjoys cheesy classic Sci-Fi movies.
>> Adam works at the Grameen Foundation USA on software to help
>> banks manage microloans. He is also a computer science
>> graduate student at the University of Minnesota.
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