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Java, Scala, Cloud, and Linux
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At 9:50pm on December 15, 2012, Michael Levin said…
Hey, James! Here's a photo from the Wayback Machine. Also known as my archives. That was a great Flex Jam at Codetown HQ...
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At 12:50pm on November 17, 2012, Michael Levin said…

Hi James, I saw this article about Slovenia and thought back on the great time we had presenting the Web2.0 track at VIPSI Slovenia. I keep mentioning the free 5gig account developers can get at Heroku and learn about the cloud. Please let us know how you are here at Codetown and think about your next JUG talks here in the Swamp.

At 10:50pm on February 1, 2009, Michael Levin said…
Hi James and welcome to Codetown! I'm enjoying your book, "First Steps in Flex". I'm sure I'll have some questions, but it's very clear so far. Mark of a good teacher. I do have questions about deployment, but I'll wait until I've finished he book to ask. Great to have you here.

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