[Phpwm] Multipack meetup in Leamington Spa next Tues
JonathanT at bigredrecruitment.co.uk
Tue Jun 30 12:24:40 UTC 2009
I am an IT recruiter living in Leamington and the White Horse is great -
you should enjoy the food!
I'm recruiting for a PHP developer in Wolverhampton at the moment so if
you know of anyone who might be looking in these difficult times by all
means pass on my details.
Jonathant at bigredrecruitment.co.uk
Have a good night!
From: phpwm-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk
[mailto:phpwm-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk] On Behalf Of Jon Spriggs
Sent: 26 June 2009 22:52
To: West Midlands PHP User Group
Subject: Re: [Phpwm] Multipack meetup in Leamington Spa next Tues
This also sounds a lot like GeekUp, maybe it'd be worth dropping them a
All the best,
Jon ""The Nice Guy"" Spriggs LPIC-1 Certified
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posting and typos that may occur as a result.
On Jun 26, 2009 12:22 PM, "Bronwen Reid" <info at bronwenreid.com>
For anyone else in the Leamington area - not particularly php,
but definitely webbie
If you've ever heard of things like the Oxford Geek Nights or
Pub Standards, that's what we're aiming for, but a little more social to
start with. It's being organised under the banner of the Multipack, a
grass-roots community of web designers and developers in the Midlands
who meet up every second Saturday of the month in Birmingham.
We've been finding recently that the larger meet-ups that we
hold on Saturdays aren't always convenient to those of us with families
or hectic weekend schedules and, as a result, we're trialling some less
formal week-night meet-ups as well, allowing those in the area to pop in
for a quick beer or two before heading home.
Our first local meeting will be taking place on Tuesday, June
30th from 6:30pm onwards at the White Horse pub on Clarendon Aveune in
Leamington Spa. Details of the event are at
<http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/2923264> , and if you'd like to come,
I'd be grateful if you could indicate your attendance so we can plan for
If you'd like to find out more about the multipack, please head
over to http://www.multipack.co.uk <http://www.multipack.co.uk/> .
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