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Dublin GTUG January 2012
Date: Tues Jan 31st
Time: 6.30-8.30
Location: Google, Gordon House, Barrow St

Agenda:
6.30-6.45 Nibbles
6.45-7.30 Testing User Behaviour in Online Games, Steve Collins, Swrve
7.30-7.40 Break
7.40-8.15 Linked Data and the Web of Facts, Alex O'Connor, TCD
8.15-8.30 Notices
8.30 Schoolhouse
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Glad you enjoyed it!
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Want to learn to code this year? http://codeyear.com/ from Codecademy. Could be cool.

/cc +Chris Messina
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Great turnout for the GTUG last night - thanks to all for coming out and making it such a fun night - particular thanks to the panellists +Declan McGrath, +Alan Kennedy and Richard Rodger and a very special thanks to +Joe Drumgoole for keeping order in the house!

Blog post will appear shortly and we should post the video soon.
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Thanks for putting on the event, really enjoyed it.
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One week to go to next Dublin GTUG - ruby, python, node.js showdown - which is better for web app development in what contexts.

Details on the google group:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/dublin-gtug/txWcWseYeZs

Sign up here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_GB&formkey=dGtlTU84am5BU0MyZzdQRkdQbnlHWWc6MQ#gid=0
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Hi, are there any more details on this dev camp? I would like to register if possible.
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Final reminder - Dublin GTUG tomorrow night - python, ruby, node.js deathmatch - sign up here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_GB&formkey=dGtlTU84am5BU0MyZzdQRkdQbnlHWWc6MQ#gid=0
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Next meeting - November 29th - panel discussion comparing ruby on rails, python web frameworks and node.js for web app development. Also a short report on Google Developer Days in Berlin.

More to follow.
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The localization stuff is driven by the Tethras guys (www.tethras.com) - Brian Farrell, tethras CEO is one of the GTUG organizers and has been threatening to bombard us with his propaganda for a while, but it has not happened yet. ;-) We did have a guy talking about downloads of his app and the analytics provided by Google some time ago - maybe it's time we did it again.

In any case, we're aware of the Android issue and will get something together on it in the new year.

Thanks for the input.
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The Dublin GTUG is one of the largest developer groups in Dublin. The group has a broad scope, covering issues from cloud to mobile and everything in between; while the group does have some bias towards the many innovative technologies developed by Google, the group is generally very open - this manifests in terms of interest in alternative and complementary technologies to those offered by Google, technologies which are not Google specific (eg HTML5) and engaging with other companies.

The group organizes a few different types of events. There is a regular monthly meeting held the last Tues of each month in Google's premises on Barrow St: this meet usually comprises of talks and/or panel sessions. The group also organizes hackathons and we are planning on arranging competitions and perhaps some bootcamp events.

The Dublin GTUG comprises of a diverse mix of people, ranging from students to very experienced software architects, which really makes for an interesting group; students can learn from the more experienced contingent, while the latter can learn from the new tools, technologies and toys that the students are playing with.

The group's activities are generally free and all are welcome.