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Growing Southwest Florida's Tech Community
Growing Southwest Florida's Tech Community

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Meet and  network with the Southwest Florida tech community. The business community is always welcome, but if you're a web developer, programmer, architect, software engineer, designer or a web entrepreneur this is the place to be the 4th Monday of every month.

Monday March 24th - World of Beer @Bell Tower Shops
7:00pm-9:00pm

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Last night at +BarcampSWFL - What a hoot!  Wishing I snapped a photo of +Homer Gaines and +Tami Stillwell too, but definitely next time. +Aleta Lentz is a good one to keep snapping - (your new barcamp meetup job : ) 
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Meet and network with the Southwest Florida tech community. 

The business community is always welcome, but if you're a web developer, programmer, architect, software engineer, designer or web startup entrepreneur this is the place to be on the 4th Monday of every month.

#swfl   #tech   #meetup   #barcamp  

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Meet and network with the Southwest Florida tech community. 

The business community is always welcome, but if you're a web developer, programmer, architect, software engineer, designer or web startup entrepreneur this is the place to be on the 4th Monday of every month.

#swfl   #tech   #meetup   #barcamp  

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With new API, Dropbox disrupted a startup engaged in real-time data syncing — Tech News and Analysis



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Heya!...Not sure if you're familiar with +CrisisCommons - but I just received information on Hurricane Evan that hit Fiji. I don't have time to look at the criteria or what tasks are being recruited for. 

As an aside; If anyone ever wants to discuss CrisisCampSWFL in the future, please let's! We certainly need something like this here on the Gulf Coast....and paying it forward and helping other areas of the country and world just seems like the right thing to do.

For Sandy, CrisisCommons was commissioned by the University of New York and FEMA to help with numerous data and mapping tasks. Very interesting work. Take a look here for more info: http://crisiscommons.org/

-MLC

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