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Cafe' Unique
607 Florida Avenue
Cocoa, FL
Phone: 772-643-4446

Join us at Cafe' Unique, 607 Florida Avenue, Cocoa, On August 24th, 2012 at 6pm for "An Introduction to Python". I have some books to give away thanks to O'reilly Media.

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Cafe' Unique
607 Florida Avenue
Cocoa, FL
Phone: 772-643-4446

Battle of the Web Frameworks


Slingapours at Wall Street Plaza
18 Wall Street Plaza
Orlando, FL 32801
Apr 09 2009 6:30p - 9:00p

Join us at doterati's upcoming educational event!

doterati is hosting the battle of the year, with panelists duking it out for their framework of choice!

Join us for some pre-event networking at 6:30 pm. The "battle" will begin at 7 pm.

Pre-register today for this FREE event.

Battle of the Web Frameworks

The Perl Oasis


The Ramada Gateway
7470 Highway 192 West
Kissimmee, FL 34747
Phone: (800) 327-9170
Jan 17 2009

The Perl Oasis is a day long conference focusing on practical applications of Perl. The conference is being organized by the Orlando Area Perl Mongers.

The Orlando Perl Mongers are pleased to announce the choice of our Keynote Speaker. Mike Whitaker (Penfold) will be flying in from the UK to give a keynote on Enlightened Perl.

We will have two tracks (advanced and beginner), and we expect approximately 100 participants. We will also try to arrange a hackathon on the Sunday after the conference.

Orlando PHP January Meetup


Stardust Video & Coffee
1842 E Winter Park Rd
Orlando, FL 32803
Community or Meetup: 
Jan 06 2009 7:00p - 9:00p

Since the first Thursday of the month is January 1st, we thought it best to postpone the meeting until that next Tuesday, January 6th. If you missed December, sorry but no vote for you. ;)

If we start having more than 15 people consistently turn up to these things, we'll have to look elsewhere for a venue, I think. Packing the whole lot into Stardust with all the other customers is a little difficult, and we still have no projector! Any one have any additional suggestions?

Places we're still considering:

  • Cloudspace Offices - 10244 E Colonial Dr, Suite #106, #107
  • Stardust Coffee & Film - Corrine Dr & Winter, Winter Park
  • CoLab Orlando - Orange Ave & Wall St, Downtown
  • China Glass Warehouse - Orange Ave & Colonial Dr, Downtown

BarCamp Tampa Bay


USF College of Business
4202 E. Fowler Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620
Oct 11 2008 12:30a Oct 12 2008 - 5:30p

BarCamp Tampa 2008 conference will be the first in the Bay area for this unusual technology and new media conference.

Tampa, FL – August 8, 2008 – BarCamp Tampa 2008: the interactive BarCamp conference ( will take place October 11-12, 2008 at the University of South Florida College of Business in Tampa. This is the first year for a BarCamp event in Tampa and will bring together thought leaders from technology and New Media to explore exciting new developments in their fields.

Topics may include, but are not limited to: open source software, startups, UI design, entrepreneurship, iphone applications, AJAX, hardware hacking, Ruby, Java, .net, PHP robotics, mobile computing, bioinformatics, RSS, Social Software, video, podcasting, music, blogs, programming languages, Virtual Reality, mashups and the future of technology.

Saturday’s events will start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. and will focus on technology. Saturday evening there will be a party for conference attendees to share and get to know each other a little better. Food and music will be provided. Sunday will start at 10:00 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. and will focus on New Media.

Unlike traditional meetings, a BarCamp, is what is known as an unconference where people interested in a wide range of technologies come together to participate, teach and learn. The format does not have scheduled speakers. Instead, the morning of the BarCamp, everyone proposes the sessions they would like to have covered. Those sessions are put on a schedule and groups form and start an intense session of learning. Everyone who attends a BarCamp is expected to teach and to participate. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.

People who attend should be prepared to share with barcampers, and when they leave be prepared to share it with the world.

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