Upcoming CFPHP Meetings

Greetings all I just wanted to make everyone aware of the two upcoming CFPHP meetings for September and October. With the help of Pedro from Refresh Orlando, we have been able to secure a location at the Orlando Public Library (map) in downtown Orlando.

September Meeting

The September meeting will take place on September 24th at 1:30 PM and run for approximately 1.5 hours. There will be lots of announcements as well as a presentation led by either myself or Damien McKenna so this is definitely not a meeting to miss!

Please be sure to note the odd timing for this meeting. Typically CFPHP will try to schedule the meetings at 3:00 PM each month for consistancy. This month the room already was booked for the regular time so we will have to make due with a slightly earlier meeting time.

October Meeting

In October CFPHP will be unveiling a new and exciting educational program that will be very useful for members who want to take their code on to a different level. More information on this program will be given at the meeting but a sneak-preview will be given at the September meeting for those who can’t make it to both.

October will also be the first month with split tracks. If you are a developer who is still learning the basics, come check out the beginning of the meeting where a beginner-level talk will be presented. For those who have a bit more experience under their belt, come check out the advanced session which will come later on in the evening after the first presentation is finished. Although this meeting will have split tracks, it’s strongly encouraged that you come and attend both tracks as there will be valueable information given in each.

4 Responses to “Upcoming CFPHP Meetings”

  1. JUMBOshrimp Says:

    I’ll be there

  2. crowden Says:

    I’m in.

  3. Jessica Says:

    I’ll be there.

  4. dcorrell Says:

    I’ll be there with bells on.

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