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    February 11, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm – TBA Hello, GatorJUG! Are we having fun yet? Have you checked out www.meetup.com for Gainesville tech events? Well, you should! There's Python, Hackers, Front End, Ruby, and so much more.  Let's find a Organized by Michael Levin | Type: meeting

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