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San Diego .NET Developers Group June Meeting

Tuesday June 7th
San Diego .NET Developers Group will feature a presentation by J. Kevin
Meadows on What is Continuous Integration at 7pm and a presentation by Yama
Kamyar on ASP.NET Datagrid with Client-Side Programming at 8pm. Free Pizza
and soft drinks. This free meeting begins with a .NET 101 and Q&A session at
6pm. Location: Qualcomm Incorporated 6455 Lusk Blvd. For more information
visit http://sddotnetdg.org.

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